Two Taylor men re-elected to advocacy organization
Gerald Thomas of Westminster Place Cooperative and Blaine Honeycutt from Georgetown Place Cooperative, both in Taylor, have been re-elected to the board of directors of the Midwest Association of Housing Cooperatives.
The organization supports and champions the cause of quality housing through education, legislative actions, partnerships and advocacy for housing cooperatives.
Both men said that they are fully dedicated to the continued promotion, preservation and protection of housing cooperatives -- not only in the Midwest, but throughout the country.
The organization consists of 102 cooperatives in eight states: Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Indiana, Maine and Washington.
The association was formed by 14 people in 1963 at the Cadillac Hotel in Detroit.