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PUSH Ministry Participates in Role of Economic Development & Housing Stability Summit

PUSH Ministry recently had the honor of participating in the Role of Economic Development & Housing Stability Summit organized by the Department of Economic Development in City of South Fulton Georgia. This summit was a fantastic opportunity to establish a conversation with industry leaders to address the shortage of affordable and workforce housing in our community.




The summit brought together industry leaders, including Margaret Stagmeier, Managing Partner at TriStar Real Estate Investment, Sarah-Elizabeth Langford, Executive Director at Development Authority of Fulton County, Artie Jones III, Economic Development Director at City of South Fulton Georgia, and Michael Scipio, Vice President of Sales at DR. Horton Inc. Their insights and contributions to the conversation were invaluable and greatly appreciated.


The discussions focused on exploring the possibilities of having a conversation about housing upfront when companies are recruited to move to the Georgia area. The summit explored possible housing incentives and assistance that can address the housing and workforce shortage in the region.


The summit reinforced the importance of partnerships and collaborations in addressing the challenges we face as a community. It was inspiring to see so many industry leaders come together to work towards a common goal of providing affordable and workforce housing.


At PUSH Ministry, we are committed to continuing our efforts to provide affordable housing to low-income families in the region. We are grateful for the invitation and opportunity to collaborate and look forward to working together to address the housing and workforce shortage in the region.


In conclusion, the Role of Economic Development & Housing Stability Summit was a great step towards addressing the affordable and workforce housing crisis in the region. The summit highlighted the importance of collaboration and partnerships in addressing the challenges we face as a community. We are grateful for the invitation and look forward to continuing our efforts to provide affordable housing to those in need.


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