On January 23, 2017, Fort Willow Developers held a meeting to engage neighbors in discussion about how to use the Bay 4 space that will remain open to the public. Here are the meeting notes from that discussion and pictures from the brainstorming session. Have other ideas? Contact Ben at Fort Willow Developers.
Topics: 4830 Hatfield Street & Lawrenceville Parking Issues
Bloomfield Development, Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation, Lawrenceville Corporation, and Lawrenceville United together held a meeting for residents on proposed development at 4520 Penn Ave., on December 15, 2o16. Review the meeting notes below for more detail. There will be another public meeting in January to review the results of the traffic study, and the project’s zoning hearing will be held in early February.
Lawrenceville United is seeking interns for spring and summer 2017. Positions include an Education Program Assistant and Community Development Program Assistant. Work study-eligible; credit or stipend also available. Please see attached job descriptions.
Lawrenceville has an old housing stock, and as new construction and renovations occur across the neighborhood, it’s important for all of us to know lead-safe practices for working on homes. For homes built before 1978, the EPA’s Lead Renovation Repair and Painting Rule requires that anyone working on them receive certification by the EPA, post informational signs, contain work areas to prevent dust and debris leaving the work area, use power tools with HEPA exhaust control, follow clean up practices with a verification procedure, and more. For more information, please view this info sheet on lead in Lawrenceville homes.