Centralina Regional Council seeks a well-organized, customer-service oriented individual with a keen eye for detail for the position of ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST. The individual in this role will have primary responsibility for invoicing, purchasing and inventory tracking. Work will involve applying established accounting procedures, principles of bookkeeping and basic fund accounting to review and process accounting documents.
On December 29, 2022, President Biden signed into law the $1.65 trillion omnibus bill to fund the government through September 2023. The omnibus bill provides $1 million in funding for the North Mecklenburg County Housing Preservation Initiative that was requested by Centralina Regional Council and supported by Congresswoman Alma Adams. The bill also provides $772.5 billion in nondefense discretionary funding, up almost 6% from $730 billion from FY22.
Centralina Regional Council seeks a creative, well-organized and customer-service oriented individual with a strong background in local government policy and administration for the position of GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND MEMBER ENGAGEMENT (GAME) COORDINATOR. The GAME Coordinator provides technical services and engages member governments to increase Centralina’s profile as a resource to our members, regional stakeholders and state, federal partners.
The 2021 Region of Excellence award for Cross-Community Collaboration in a large community was awarded to Rowan County for the projects planned and executed through the Rowan Education Collaborative. This initiative is the first of its kind in the area, bringing government and education leaders from across the county together to increase local educational attainment and expand job opportunities for residents.
Missed our recent Centralina Learns session? We recap highlights, what planners need to know about Transportation Demand Management, and how Centralina is working to expand transportation choices for the region we serve.
The December 2022 Centralina Regional Managers’ meeting focused on fair and affordable housing needs in the region. Learn more about how this complex issue connects to others in your community and what Centralina is doing to help.
Mecklenburg County is officially launching its FY 23-24 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program via the attached Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA). This allows the County to accept competitive grant applications for eligible programs and projects. The County received $961,498 CDBG allocation for FY 22-23. The new allocation for the upcoming fiscal year has not been released by HUD. It is anticipated that the County will receive approximately $900,000 available for fiscal year FY 23-24.
Union County is officially launching its FY 23-24 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program via the attached Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA). This allows the County to accept competitive grant applications for eligible programs and projects. The County received $1,115,096 CDBG allocation for FY 2022-2023. The new allocation for the upcoming fiscal year has not been released by HUD. It is anticipated that the County will receive approximately $1,000,000 available for fiscal year FY 23-24.
Centralina Area Agency on Aging (AAA) recently held its annual holiday event at the Speedway Club to celebrate the work of service providers, volunteers and those serving on advisory councils in 2022. The theme “Innovations in Aging” highlighted best practices across the region and featured successes that often stemmed from challenging situations.