ARLINGTON, Va. (January 28, 2006) – The Board of Directors of Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH) recently elected Richard Herbst President and Chair of the APAH Board. Other new officers included Carolyn Settles, Vice-President and Rita Bamberger, Secretary. Doug Dowling continues as Treasurer.
Herbst, a long-time resident of Arlington, succeeds Thomas Parker who, over a 3-year term as President, oversaw the tripling of APAH's inventory of affordable units. Mr. Parker will remain on the board as a director.
Also serving on APAH's board of directors are Randy Anderson, Bradford Coyle, Bill Fogarty, Jane Hammitt, Alice Hogan, Thomas Penn, Elizabeth Perry, Scott Ritter, Steve Weinstock and Midge Wholey.
The Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1989 whose mission is to provide safe, affordable housing to residents throughout the County. APAH purchases and renovates apartment buildings and rents the units to low- to middle-income individuals and families. All APAH communities are Equal Housing Opportunity communities.
For more information on the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing, visit us online at www.apah.org.