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Welcome to the SALT District

The Near Westside Initiative
The Syracuse Art, Literacy, Technology (SALT) District of the Near Westside is directed by the Near Westside Initiative Inc. (NWSI), a notfor-profit organization. Syracuse University and The Gifford Foundation jump started this initiative. SU School of Architecture’s UPSTATE, the Syracuse Center of Excellence and Home HeadQuarters play pivotal roles in the project.


The NWSI leverages the resources of SU, the state, the city, private foundations, businesses, not-for-profit corporations, and neighborhood residents to achieve its goals. A creative community is converging here to foster economic development, jobs and stability for the neighborhood, and rich academic experiences for SU students. Within this neighborhood, the premise that art and culture can unite to create a revitalized community is being tested, and is proving to be true.


Mission & Vision ................................. 4 SU as an Anchor Institution ................. 5 A Non-Traditional Team ...................... 6 Donors ................................................ 7 NWSI History ...................................... 8

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July ..........................20 August ...................... 21 September ................ 22

Mission & Vision
4 Combine the power of art, technology, and innovation with neighborhood values and culture to revitalize Syracuse’s near Westside.



Diverse cultures will converge and thrive on the near Westside. Residents will help design and become fully vested in the project. The revitalization will be fueled by interdisciplinary scholarship, international connections, and the seed capital and commitment of Syracuse University. It will be sustained by the residents, businesses, foundations, and the local government of Syracuse. A community of artists and innovators will become property owners within a cluster of renovated warehouses and new structures centering in and around West and Wyoming streets, creating a link between the Near Westside and Armory Square.

Many new and/or renovated homes will be constructed for owner occupancy throughout the neighborhood. The historic architecture of this, the oldest neighborhood in Syracuse, will be preserved whenever possible. New construction and neighborhood planning will demonstrate sustainability in urban design and serve as a test bed for green and clean technologies emerging from the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems. The project will create jobs, home ownership opportunities, and beautiful public spaces for the people who live in the neighborhood. A vital neighborhood association will be the catalyst for creating bridges between new and current residents, students, and businesses involved in this effort.

Syracuse University as Anchor Institution
Scholarship In Action
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As an anchor institution in the city of Syracuse, Syracuse University is building on its historical strengths and pursuing collaborations that simultaneously enrich scholarship and change the face of this older industrial city. Through extensive partnerships with the public, private and non-profit sectors, SU is creating meaningful opportunities for students and faculty to learn and discover, while tackling pressing issues in communities like the near Westside, that resonate in our nation and world. The collaborations are focused in five

key interlocking areas: art, design, and technology, environmental sustainability, global collaboratories, inclusive urban education, and neighborhood and cultural entrepreneurship. Syracuse University is driven by its vision, Scholarship in Action—a commitment to forging bold, imaginative, reciprocal, and sustained engagements with our many constituent communities, local as well as global. SU is a public good, an anchor institution positioned to play an integral role in today’s knowledge-based,

global society by leveraging a precious commodity—intellectual capital—with partners from all sectors of the economy: public, private, and non-profit. Each partner brings its strengths to the table, where collectively we address the most pressing problems facing our community. In doing so, we invariably find that the challenges we face locally resonate globally.

A Non-Traditional Team
Board of Directors
Sean Branagan - Communigration,Inc. Ed Bogucz - Syracuse CoE Tim Carroll - City of Syracuse Peter Dunn - CNY Community Foundation Tanya Eastman - Green and Seifter Attorneys P.C. Regina Gabrielle, Lac, DHom - Onondaga Community College Kathy Goldfarb-Findling - Allyn Foundation Bea Gonzalez - University College Eddie Green, Treasurer NWS Board - Green & Seifter Attorneys P.C. Karla Green - Huntington Family Center Marilyn Higgins, President NWS Board- Syracuse University Carole Horan, Secretary NWS Board - Resident Michael Kelleher - SUNY ESF Father Jim Mathews - St. Lucy’s Church Kevin McAuliffe - Hiscock & Barclay, LLP Paul Nojaim, Vice President NWS Board - Nojaims Market Kerry Quaglia - Home HeadQuarters Maria Revelles - Resident Mark Robbins - Syracuse University School of Architecture Isaac Rothwell - Resident


Committee Members (Non Board)
Finance & Commercial Construction Rick DeStito Joe Sisko Peter Thompson Marketing & Recruitment Rick DeStito Steve Herwood Brian Hoke Alison Jackson Stephen Mahan Tom Seeley Neighborhood Improvement/Housing Chris Clemens Jessie Keating Entrepreneurial Services Frank Cetera Ron Ehrenreich Robert E Herz Carolyn May

Ben Sio - CEO CenterState Gladys J. Smith - Resident Dirk Sonneborn - Rosamond Gifford Charitable Corporation Mary Alice Smothers - PEACE Peter Thompson - Resident Bill Veit - Scottsman Press Suzanne Williams - Habitat for Humanity


Annie E Casey Foundation Boys and Girls Club Cab Fab CenterState CEO Cooperative Federal Credit Union CNY Community Foundation City of Syracuse Gifford Foundation Green & Seifter Attorneys Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity SU & ESF Hiscock & Barclay, LLP Home HeadQuarters Huntington Family Center Imagine Syracuse King + King Architects La Liga Messenger Associates National Grid Nojaim Bros. Supermarket Northside UP NWS Business Association Onondaga Earth Corps PEACE Westside Family Resource Center ProLiteracy International Queri Development Red House Arts Center Say Yes to Education Second Olivet Missionary Baptist Church Steri-Pharma

St. Lucy’s Church and Learning Center Syracuse Center of Excellence Syracuse University UPSTATE: (School of Architecture) WCNY Westside Arts Council Westside Family Health Center Westside Residents Council 601 Tully

NWSI Staff

Maarten Jacobs - Director Don Western - Finance Director Beverly Everding - Senior Administrator Dan Queri - Consultant Michael Short - Program Coordinator Stephen Klimek - Engagement Fellow


Salt Shakers

Annie E Casey Foundation CNY Community Foundation Ed and Sue Bogucz Darlene Kerr Father Jim Matthews Charles and Patricia Nojaim Nojaim Bros. Supermarket ProLiteracy Rich and Gardner Construction The Rosamond Gifford foundation Syracuse Housing Authority Syracuse University Syracuse University Chancellor Nancy Cantor WCNY Connected WellCare


Additional Donations
Sean Branagan Tanya Eastman Eddie and Joan Green Karla Green Marilyn Higgins Carole Horan Michael Kelleher Maria Revelles Dirk Sonneborn Bill Veit Suzanne Williams

A History of the NWSI

First NWS Green Train Graduation • 78 trees planted at St. Lucy’s • National Grid Press Conference – Demolition at Case Building • ProLiteracy and Red House/SubCat awarded the Groundbreaker Award • Red House Grand Re-Opening & Courts For Kids Ribbon-Cutting at Skiddy Park • Café Kubal opens for business in 601 Tully & Grand Opening 601 Tully • Annual NWS Picnic held – Renamed to NWS Multicultural Block Party • NWS Board authorizes president to execute term sheet with First Niagara Bank for a construction loan for $1.9m • Annie E Casey Foundation approves a grant of $75,000 to be used for the Say Yes Learning Lots on the NWS • Skiddy Park Fundraiser launched – City of Syracuse will match $40,000 for new playground equipment • Board approves Loan Loss Reserve Agreement with Syracuse Cooperative Federal Credit Union to support small business micro-loans • NWS board approves permanent loan agreement on the Lincoln Building for $1.8M with the Community Preservation Corporation •2 011

Senator Gillibrand Tour of the NWS • Zoning Board approves plans for 601 Tully Writing Center, a business incubator for Fowler students and community teaching garden • CMD 352 students make presentations on solutions to improve NWS to the community, NWSI Board and SU Board of Trustees • “A Love Letter to Syracuse” – public art project on the NWS train trestles by Steve Powers • Free public picnic celebrating “Art Shark” installation and “Rebirth of Syracuse” mural • NWSI Board approves purchase of Community Gardens at 410 and 412 Gifford • Marion Wilson’s class design plans for 601 Tully Street to include space for a classroom, café, gallery and offices • “Leaving a Legacy A History of Syracuse’s Near West Side” produced by Onondaga Historical Association Syracuse, New York • SU Board of Trustees authorizes Syracuse University to enter into a agreement for Say Yes to Education to lease space in Lincoln Building • Development agreement executed between NWSI and WCNY for development of the WCNY broadcast and education center in the Case complex • Open House for “From the Ground Up” Homes on the NWS • Construction begins on Juan Cruz live/work residence • Home HeadQuarters’ Block Blitz •



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Schumer announces inclusion of the NWS in “The Community Regeneration, Sustainability and Innovation Act” • Syracuse enters $3m program to purchase and renovate vacant homes on the NWS • First HHQ renovation project sold on NWS - 422 Marcellus Street • Wall Street Journal Article “The Green House of The Future” - features FTGU homes • The Near Westside Arts Council holds Creative Bike Showcase at Shonnard Street Boys & Girls Club • Modular Home designed by SU architecture students delivered and installed at 521 Tully • Rain Garden installed on Walrath family’s property on Tully Street • SALT District businesses inventoried and surveyed to develop Small Business Association • CNY Works & Nojaims organize Youth Workforce Development Program - Artworks, Greenworks, Foodworks • HHQ Block Blitz held on 400 Block of Otisco Street




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The NWSI is formed as a collaborative effort among Syracuse University, the Gifford Foundation, the Center of Excellence (CoE), the School of Architecture (SoA) and area residents and civic leaders • Certificate of Incorporation filed for “West Side Initiative, Inc.” • First NWSI board meeting held at St. Lucy’s Rectory - adopted bylaws and elected officers of the board; added board members • Board votes to pursue purchase of Case Supply Warehouse, and to acquire Lincoln Supply and attached properties, as well as the vacant lot at 201 Wyoming
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• Winners of the School of Architecture’s From the Ground Up Competition (FTGU) announced • DOT agrees to repaint and fix up walking intersections from downtown to the NWS Strategic Plan is adopted as an Operational Plan by NWSI Board


Julie Eizenberg teaches studio with SoA students on Case Supply Warehouse NWSI & SNI Press Conference held at St. Lucy’s announcing $2.2m SNI funds to HHQ for NWS • The ESDC approved a $13.5M debt reinvestment to the NWS • NWSI Press Conference at City Lot/Wyoming Street announcing WCNY’s commitment to move to the NWS • Marilyn Higgins starts new position at SU as VP of Community Engagement & Economic Development • Gov. Spitzer, announces that he would commit $2m to WCNY in the NWS as part of his Revitalization of Cities Initiative • SU Architecture & HHQ announce partnership to transform 223 Marcellus into a neighborhood revitalization information center • • • • •



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$2.9m Restore NY funds awarded for housing and Lincoln Supply project HHQ announces $2,500 Neighborhood Initiative grants for NWS homeowners to improve energy efficiency HHQ offers $5,000 Neighborhood Initiative grants to NWS homeowners to make exterior home improvements First Resident Engagement Public Meeting held at St. Lucy’s Gym Rep. James Walsh & Syracuse Mayor Matt Driscoll announce $250,000 of $1.2m in federal funds for NWS neighborhood improvements • Earth Day Clean-Up – NWSI Board members volunteered to clean up the city lot at 201 Wyoming Street • Julia Czerniak of UPSTATE in the SoA starts work with students on a neighborhood plan • Onondaga County Executive Joanne Mahoney stops $12.8m sewage treatment facility next to the NWS neighborhood, proposing alternative green infrastructure solution • By May, HHQ had or made plans to buy 64 of the 217 parcels in the “horseshoe” around Skiddy Park • Syracuse CoE & HHQ plan the deconstruction of a NWS house, including workforce development, market development, and policy initiatives needed to support the process • HHQ Block Blitz brings 100+ volunteers to clean up a block of Tully Street across from Skiddy Park • NWSI Board receives information that the Joint Schools Construction Board is considering closing Blodgett. NWSI Board organizes a committee to work on efforts to keep Blodgett on the list to be renovated



NWS Business Association Launched
The Near Westside Initiative launched a comprehensive array of new entrepreneurship programs aimed at sparking business development in the neighborhood. The first of these programs is the Near Westside Business Association. Intended to unify neighborhood businesses to better serve individual and collective needs, the program is supplemented by a micro lending program and an entrepreneurship program.


August 2010

HHQ Annual Block Blitz on Otisco Street.

UPSTATE plants trees on Otisco Street following their design of the neighborhood plan. Recycling Art project installed on the fences of Skiddy Park.

“A Love Letter to Syracuse”
In September, Steve Powers, an internationally renowned artist, and his crew of painters came to Syracuse to transform what once was a colossal barrier between the near Westside and downtown, into a point of interest, a gathering spot, and a conversation. In total, three train bridges were painted with phrases based on comments given by NWS residents about the community. The combined bridges created “A Love Letter to Syracuse.” The project received great attention, both locally and nationally. Nationally, it was picked up by ABC News, GOOD Magazine, Juxtapoz Magazine, Richard Florida, and Fast Company. 11

Board approves nominations of NWS residents and business owners to the NWSI Board – Tanya Eastman, Karla Green, Liz Nolan, Maria Revelles, Isaac Rothwell, Ben Sio and Peter Thompson.

NWSI Board approves development agreement between NWSI and WCNY for development of the WCNY broadcast and education center in the Case complex.

September 2010

Lincoln Supply Building Opens
In early October of 2010, our first large-scale mixed use project was completed with the renovation of the Lincoln Building. The Lincoln Building is a complete renovation of the 100 year old, four-story Lincoln Supply Warehouse into 30,000 square feet of mixed-used commercial and residential space completed by Brininstool + Lynch architects with Rich and Gardner Builders. Floors one and two contain first-class office space and floors three and four have been transformed into a 10 unit “live/work space” for artists and other tenants. The units range in size from 1,151 to 1,270 square feet and rent for about $1 a square foot per month, including utilities. The Syracuse Center of Excellence provided much of the funding and expertise in the selection of the building systems, which include a geothermal field, solar panels, hot water ondemand, an innovative living wall screen over part of the building, rain water recycling capacity, and others. The Lincoln Building will apply for LEED certification by the USGBC and it will join the countless other great and green projects taking place all over the neighborhood.


October 2010

Majora Carter visits and meets with NWS residents.

Ground breaking – 601 Tully. Salt City Arts & Crafts Market held in Case Supply.

Open House for “From the Ground Up” & 721 Otisco
The From the Ground Up project, a design competition presented by Home HeadQuarters, in conjunction with Syracuse Center of Excellence and SU School of Architecture, has brought three new, innovative green homes to Syracuse’s NWS, transforming the facade of the neighborhood, and offering a glimpse into the future of single-family home design. development in the NWS neighborhood. The TED house (right) designed by Onion Flats is currently being modified for replication in the NWS. The R-House (left) by ARO has an airtight envelope and a highly efficient heating system while the Live-Work Home by Cook+Fox is wrapped in a perforated sun screen and is partially built from deconstructed lumber. Rick Destito opened the doors of his newly renovated $1 HHQ home to the community. Destito wants to show people the possibilities of what Syracuse can be. 13

The goal of the competition was to come up with designs for sustainable, affordable, energy-efficient homes that would replace blighted properties and attract new residents to the near Westside. The homes also would be a template for future

King & King hosts reception for the completion of their “Green Roof”.

Open House for “From the Ground Up” Homes on the NWS.

Rick DeStito hosts an open house at his renovated $1 home on the NWS at 721 Otisco Street.

November 2010

NWS Holiday Celebration held in Lincoln Supply
The Near Westside Initiative and the Board of Directors hosted the annual Holiday Party for the community at the newly completed Lincoln Supply Building. It marked a major success for the neighborhood and provided an opportunity to show off the commercial and residential redevelopment.


December 2010

David Harvey and Leonardo Morales host open house in their Lincoln Apartment – Unit 401.

NWSI hosts public open house at the Lincoln Building.

NWS Micro Loan Program Launched
The NWSI launched a micro loan program this month for existing businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs in the NWS neighborhood. The self-sustaining program provides vital business credit financing to spur economic development in the 9th poorest neighborhood in the United States. The micro loan program is supported by a $25,000 seed grant from the CNY Community Foundation and a key partnership with the Syracuse Cooperative Federal Credit Union. It is the final piece of the NWSI’s comprehensive business and entrepreneurial development program, operated by the Small Business Development Committee in partnership with existing business incubators.


Brendan Rose begins work as first Syracuse Public Artist in Residence.

Lincoln Supply Live/Work Apartments featured in the Post-Standard.

January 2011

Upstate Snow Down


On February 5th over 150 people gathered in Lipe Art Park on the near Westside to participate in a snow sculpture competition and general fun in the snow. The weather was bearable (34 degrees), over a foot and a half of snow was on the ground, and hot chocolate and coffee were readily available; it was the perfect formula for a winter event in Syracuse, NY.

For three hours the Stewards of Lipe Art Park and the 40 Below Public Arts Task Force, in partnership with the Near Westside Initiative, hosted a snow sculpture competition. Eight sculptures were created including a re-creation of the “Spirit of Syracuse” (the statue on the National Grid building), a replica of the Gear Factory, a boat on the Erie Canal, and a giant hand (with colored fingernails).
The new Micro Loan Program and new NWS businesses it has helped launch and grow are featured in the Post-Standard. The NWSI Business Association began a partnership with Syracuse First to help create community through local economy and business. NWS approves an agreement to enter into a permanent loan on the Lincoln Building for $1.8 million with the Community Preservation Corporation.

February 2011

Annie E. Casey Foundation funds Say Yes Learning Lots


Yvonne Buchanan and Dorene Quinn, both area professors, spent the summer working with seven high school and post-high school students to teach them about the arts and the power it has on a community. The program, titled “Learning Lots” has been generously made possible

by the Annie E. Casey Foundation of Baltimore, MD. The students spent four days a week at the converted art studio at 831 W Fayette Street practicing their artistic skills, presentation techniques, and

creating a high quality portfolio for college applications and their future careers. Their work culminated in the design and installation of public art in the recently transformed vacant lot at 617 Tully Street, as well as a small mural in Lipe Art Park.

Nine 24 hour police security cameras are installed in the near Westside neighborhood.

Frank Cetera’s renovation of his home and center for green teaching at 717 Otisco featured in CNY Green Magazine.

March 2011

NWSI Featured in CNY Magazine
The NWSI is featured in the March/April edition of the Central New York Magazine with a 23 page article titled “Near Westside Story.” Written by Walt Wasilewski, the article gives an in-depth description of the NWSI’s successes and challenges since its inception in 2005, while highlighting the projects and personalities that are making a difference in this community. Without hiding the good, the bad or the ugly, Wasilewski paints the portrait of a community in the middle of a transformation. He links each piece of this unique collaborative endeavour from youth engagement to business development, community art, innovative housing and reinvestment projects. But with each stunning success he reminds us of the many challenges still facing the neighborhood, the same challenges that inspire everyone involved in the NWS community to continue their work.


April 2011

Syracuse Grows cleans up community gardens throughout the NWS and Lipe Art Park using food production as a tool for community development.

Say Yes to Education moves headquarters from SU into the Lincoln Supply building in the NWS.

Westside Arts Council formed and Free Art & Music classes offered to NWS residents.

Green Job Training Graduation
Two main indicators of a healthy community are employment and homeownership. As Home HeadQuarters has become a nationally recognized champion for the latter, the NWSI has been focusing its efforts on unemployment and business development. The NWSI has partnered with Northside UP to oversee a workforce development program called GreenTrain, focusing on green infrastructure, landscaping, and urban ecology. The first training started in the middle of March, and has fourteen NWS resident trainees who received classroom training each morning, and put their training to the test in handson-work in the afternoons. The trainees graduated in the middle of May, with the goal of all being employed full time by the middle of June. The Near Westside Initiative has contracted GreenTrain for the entire 2011 year and hopes to run several more workforce development programs throughout the year.


King + King Architects new NWS Headquarters is awarded LEED Platinum status, the first in Onondaga County.

3rd Annual Bike Showcase in Skiddy Park.

NWS Board hosts reception for Steri-Pharma.

May 2011

Grand Opening for 601 Tully
In the Near Westside, next to Blodgett Middle School, stands a small, blue house on Tully Street that has slowly been transformed into a community arts space. Marion Wilson, a sculpture professor at Syracuse University, has been renovating this house through her course, Social Sculpture: 601 Tully Design/ Build, which teaches students to work collaboratively to redesign vacant structures. The house, which was once gutted, now has walls, windows and doors, a full staircase, a bathroom, balcony and a porch, all thanks to the help of a diverse group of students. Wilson worked on 601 Tully for almost two years. She has led students in discussing possible project ideas, creating design layouts, and determining how to fund the house. This is the first year that students have had the opportunity to put forth their ideas and have had hands-on experience in construction. Wilson describes the project as a “sustainable community storefront for arts, publishing and emerging entrepreneurship. Home HeadQuarters owned the house and partnered with Wilson to renovate the structure and has now been turned over to the NWSI. Students from nearby Fowler High School, in particular students from its business academy, use the building for internships or to gain hands-on experience in its commercial operations, Wilson says. The lower floor is home to Café Kubal, a local coffee shop, where folks can relax and check out the artadorned walls. The upper level hosts a gallery for artists to show their works, along with a pop-up bookstore. Outside, visitors now find the Say Yes to Education teaching garden used by city students.


June 2011

78 trees planted at St. Lucy’s Church and more tree planting is planned throughout the neighborhood.

NWSI Micro Loan Program creates new company & 8 jobs for neighborhood residents.

King & King receives PACNY award and HHQ wins the Hope Award.

Red House reopens at 219 West Street with the addition of SubCat recording studios.

Construction for WCNY Begins at Case Supply


WCNY construction started July 2011 on a $20 million project to transform an empty warehouse on the edge of downtown Syracuse into its new home that will include a learning center, a concert auditorium, a cafe and other amenities. The public broadcasting station closed on its purchase of part of the former Case Supply Warehouse at West and Marcellus streets on the near Westside. It expects to

move there from its headquarters at 506 Old Liverpool Road, Salina, in October 2012. “This is a game changer,” Marilyn Higgins, president of the Near Westside Initiative and an SU vice president, said of WCNY’s move. “We are going to have the public broadcasting station of the future in what was once one of the poorest neighborhoods in the United States.”

Daino said he wants neighbors as well as people who live further away to use the new facility. “WCNY is a community asset, the community owns it and we want the community to use it,” he said. “We belong on a street corner.”

Pride in Syracuse is founded, an initiative of four major Syracuse businesses to create volunteer cleanups throughout Downtown and the NWS neighborhoods.

July 2011

Skiddy Park as Community Hub
The second annual Westside Multicultural Block Party was hosted in Skiddy Park in August with food, fun and music, lots and lots of music. The party was sponsored by the NWSI, the Spanish Action League, La Casita Cultural Center, Peace Inc., and ProLiteracy. In addition to the Groundbreaker Awards, announced at the Block Party, the NWSI announced that $40,000 was raised in private donations, which was matched by the City of Syracuse for a new playground at Skiddy Park. Earlier in the month, Syracuse University basketball coach Jim Boeheim, with former players John Wallace and Derrick Coleman, dedicated the new basketball courts at Syracuse’s Skiddy Park. The event was part of the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation and the Carmelo Anthony Foundation’s Courts 4 Kids program.


August 2011

Demolition begins at Case Supply to make way for WCNY’s new headquarters.

Annual Block Party hosted at Skiddy Park on August 18th.

Courts for Kids ribbon cutting at Skiddy Park

ProLiteracy and Red House/ SubCat awarded the Groundbreaker award.

Home HeadQuarters Block Blitz: Otisco & Hoefler
Hundreds of volunteers, staff, skilled work crews and neighbors gathered on the 700 block of Otisco Street and 100 block of Hoefler Street to paint, landscape, repair and do general clean up on over 60 properties. The “Block Blitz” is an annual fundraising effort organized by the nonprofit housing agency Home HeadQuarters. It recruits volunteers who donate time, money and materials to make an impact in select sections of the city each year. In its fourth year, the Block Blitz has become a major engagement project for residents, as well as businesses and organizations throughout the city that want to make a difference. The event has replaced Home HeadQuarters’ traditional fundraiser dinner.


Save the Rain Otisco Street Green Infrastructure installation begins.

September 2011

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