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INCA Board of Directors
One of the strengths of Community Action is its local control and local decision-making. INCA's Board is a Tripartite Board
Each board has at least one-third of its membership representing low-income residents,one-third local elected officials or their designees, and the remaining representing local business, civic organization, faith-based group, and similar interest in the community.
Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) Information Memo #82 (June 12, 2012)
PURPOSE: This Information Memorandum addresses a number of policy questions that have arisen in recent years concerning the composition, role, and responsibilities of local community action agency tripartite boards.
INCA Community Services, Inc. shall operate programs to alleviate the causes of poverty and enhance the public health & welfare by opening to everyone the opportunity to work, have safe and affordable housing, transportation, training & education, and live in decency and dignity.