RDAC, RUPCO team up to create housing opportunities


Moore: “They are really good
at that”

MONTGOMERY – The Rural Ulster Preservation Company is noted for
development of housing projects for low income individuals in Ulster County
while the Orange County Rural Development Advisory Corporation has been
noted for the same mission in that county.
The two agencies have joined forces with RDAC Executive Director Faith Moore noting that mission has been left to RUPCO, now their parent organization.
“They are really good at that and they are able to provide those services in Orange County and they are getting ready to have a groundbreaking ceremony on their Newburgh project in April,” Moore said.
RDAC now concentrates on other affordable housing programs for energy efficiency and conservation and residential remodeling.
RDAC presented its annual Alice Dickinson Legacy Awards on Friday to Montgomery businessman and philanthropist James Taylor, Jr.; Brian Maher, an Honor Flight organizer and former mayor of Walden; and Legal Services of the Hudson Valley.
The award was named for the founder RDAC, who died several years ago at age 55. The current director, Moore, is her daughter. 

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