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City of Worcester to Outline Union Hill Revitalization Initiative

Thursday, August 13, 2015

 

Local and state officials along with representatives from the Oak Hill Community Development Corporation, Habitat for Humanity, and Worcester Academy will gather on Monday, August 17 to talk about the strategy, progress and goals for the Union Hill Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative.

The press conference will take place on Monday, August 17 at 3:30 p.m. at the Worcester Academy Alumni House, located at 51 Providence Street in Worcester.

The ceremony will include a brief walk up the street to view the progress of the current projects.

Union Hill Revitalization Initiative

Through the federal community development block grant program, the City of Worcester is investing $4 million toward a plan that includes improvements in the area of public health and safety, housing and code enforcement as well as street and sidewalk.

These efforts are a result of cooperation among multiple City of Worcester departments and divisions.

 

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