Vermont Business Magazine Lamoille Housing Partnership (LHP) announces the appointment of two new members to its Board of Trustees. Joining LHP’s Board of Trustees is Brian Story of Johnson, and Graham Mink of Stowe. “We are always on the lookout for caring, thoughtful individuals to help LHP continue moving forward to meet our mission,” said Lamoille Housing Partnership Executive Director, Jim Lovinsky. “Brian and Graham bring a wealth of municipal and private development expertise and experience to our board, along with their interest and energy. Welcome!”
Brian Story has been Johnson’s Town Administrator since 2016; prior to this he had a career in teaching, as well as an extensive resume of involvement in public service. “I was eager to join the LHP board because I want to help address the challenges that families face when they do not have quality affordable housing,” said Story.
Born and raised in Vermont, Graham Mink’s background includes development as well as a professional hockey career that spanned 14 years. “I want to help create more affordable rental housing in our community,” said Mink. Having in depth knowledge and experience in management, construction and permitting challenges in Vermont, he felt that he “could bring a unique perspective to the Board to help navigate those processes.”
Story and Mink join Davis Koier, David Ford, Stefani Eichler, Cheryl Fuller, Robyn Masi, Bob Malbon and Jennifer Burton as members of LHP’s Board of Trustees.
The Lamoille Housing Partnership develops, rehabilitates, and maintains safe, decent, energy efficient affordable housing through rental, home ownership, and other means to low and moderate income persons and families living within Lamoille County and the Town of Hardwick. The Lamoille Housing Partnership provides such assistance without discrimination or prejudice, using a combination of private and public funding partnerships.
Source: Morrisville, VT | December 12, 2018. Lamoille Housing Partnership www.lamoillehousing.org.