“Spruce Up” Grant awarded to Remington resident

The Homewood Community Partnership Initiative “Spruce Up” grant awardees were notified on April 23rd and Huntingdon Avenue resident Nellie Power was happy to receive the news that her proposal was funded! The project, known as Huntingdon Avenue- Wyman Park Path Improvements will achieve many goals: Fill a gap in existing community/city walking and bike trail plans, improve the…

New start with new Board for GRIA

GRIA members voted in a new Board for 2014-2015. The Board of Directors has a nice mix of some new and old members. This will be great as GRIA gets back to it’s roots and works on improvements in the Remington Community. Congratulations to all! 2014 Officers and Board Members President – Blaine Carvalho Vice…

General Membership Meeting – Wednesday April 16th

The April General meeting will be a full agenda. The GRIA board elections are this evening, along with a presentation from Seawall Development on their Remington Avenue project, an update on the 2701 Sisson Street lot and more community information. The meeting will be held on April 16th, Wednesday evening starting at 7pm.

GRIA meeting changes

GRIA meetings will be moving to a new day of the week for meeting, and back to an old place for meeting. The next general meeting will be held at Kromer Hall at the Church of Guardian Angel at 335 W. 27th Street (the green door). The meeting is also being moved from Monday nights…

The Greater Homewood Community Corporation is looking for people to participate in an event called Community Design Lab, which will be part of GHCC’s Neighborhood Institute on March 8. According to Carolyn Greenspan of GHCC: The Community Design Lab is a unique way to get new ideas and new energy around a project that someone…