JAMESTOWN – The executive director of CODE Inc. – which manages several low income housing units in Jamestown including the Appleyard Terrace apartments on E Second Street – is addressing some misconceptions about the organization.
Pat Morris is the executive director of CODE, Inc. (Citizens Opportunity for Development and Equality, Inc.). On Oct. 9, 2014, Morris was a guest on WRFA’s Community Matters program and talked about his not-for-profit organization – describing it as a privately operated organization that provides low-income housing to residents who meet certain criteria.
That criteria includes wages that are at or below certain levels, along with having a clean criminal record. Residents who rent from CODE are also required follow strict guidelines – which include inspections from property management six times a year.
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