Fair Haven is a Diverse Community with a Rich History and a Beautiful Waterfront
We meet at Mary Wade House for @ one hour.
Rufina Durazzo, Dave Hunter, and George Morrison were present.
The group reviewed a video of the green car that sped up Clinton
Ave and down Atwater. All agreed that we should give Sgt Zona a copy.
We began a discussion about how to deal with the speeding cars
and bikes. We decided to delay any decisions until we have enough memb ers
that would be more representative of the association.
Added by George Morrison on June 28, 2012 at 9:57pm — No Comments
We will be having a tag sale in our backyard to clear out all the years of stuff we've been accumulating. Kitchenware, baby clothes, toys, books, etc.
Come on by!!
Added by Joan Bosson-Heenan on June 26, 2012 at 12:25pm — No Comments
I wanted to let you all know of a project I'm doing for my Boy Scout eagle project through URI. For Boy Scouts, you have to do what's called an eagle project in your community which can be anything that betters your community.
For my project, I'm renovating the stretch of green at the intersection of Middletown Ave and Front St (map). I…Continue
JOIN US AND BRAINSTROM ABOUT HOW WE CAN DEAL WITH THE THREATENING BEHAVIOR OF BIKES AND CARS!!
WE WILL MEET IN THE MARY WADE HOUSE.
TOGETHER WE CAN DEAL WITH ANYTHING.
Added by George Morrison on June 21, 2012 at 9:34pm — No Comments
TEMPORARY POSITION: SURVEY ADMINISTRATORS
Neighborhood Health Data Collection
As part of a large community based research project, CARE will be collecting health surveys from 1400 New Haven residents in six neighborhoods: Dixwell, Fair Haven, Hill North, Newhallville, West River/Dwight and West Rock. CARE is recruiting 15-18 people to assist with survey administration for…Continue
Added by Alycia Santilli on June 21, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
A profesional couple with no children is seeking a 2 bedroom apt. in Chatham Square Neighborhood. If you have an apartment for rent or if you know of an apartment that is available please send info. to eliezerleecruz@@gmail.com
Last weekend I was in Providence, RI - they have there an amazing public art understanding. The non-profit organization WATERFIRE is turning a downtown waterfront into an awesome performance arts scene... I was jealous. New Haven long time ago decided to cut off itself from the waterfront and very little of public life actually happens on the water, But a lot of that little happens on the Quinnipiac River... I wonder if we could add…Continue
Added by Voytec Wacowski on June 12, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments