Three community leaders are lauded

FREEHOLD, NJ – Three members of the community were recently recognized by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders for their work and commitment to protect fair housing rights and to eliminate housing discrimination in the county.


Freeholder Thomas A. Arnone presented certificates to:

  • The Red Bank Affordable Housing Corporation, lead by Rev. Terrence K. Porter, President/Chairman, for its ongoing commitment to building the community of Red Bank through affordable home ownership.
  • Erika Kerber, managing attorney for the Community Health Law Project that provides legal and advocacy services to the needy and assists with the preservation of fair housing for all Monmouth County residents.
  • Rev. Robert F. Kaeding, executive director of Center House that maintains 25 permanent housing units for homeless, single adults who are living with HIV/AIDS and works with a network of community providers to assist the residents.

The county’s Fair Housing Office is a division of the Monmouth County Planning Board that works to educate residents about diversity and eradicate discrimination in housing.

For more information or assistance with fair housing issues, residents can contact the Monmouth County Planning Board’s Fair Housing Office at 732-431-7490 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..