Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Blurbs from Roseland Heights!

Looks like the Roseland Heights Neighborhood Association has fired back up for the autumn with more information for the community. Here are some items of note for the community.
Our Picturesque Community Gardens

I worked on our Picturesque gardens over the summer. I would like to thank Pat Stanley & Gloria Offord (98th Street) for their donations, Ms. Hiller for her help with storm damage clean-up, Mr. Bossette and all those who helped with clean-up and grass cutting on 99th Place and Adele Little for her plant donations, peat moss, soil, hard work and WATERING. I'd also like to thank all of you that I don't know by name who picked up litter, honked your horn, stopped to talk and offered thanks and encouragement for the work being done. Later this season you can look forward to more flower plantings. I couldn't have done it without you. Thanks
Tagging Spree on the 96th block of Prairie

Apparently the same night as the shootings on 95th, the gangs went on a tagging spree on the 96th block of Prairie (alley between Forest and Prairie). The one good thing is that the 311 non emergency service was good at sending the graffiti blasters out to clean it up within a matter of three days. However, we are on notice of their presence.

Finally, Roseland Heights featured in a real estate publication that isn't, unfortunately, not YoChicago, but I suppose close enough,
Roseland Heights in the next edition of Selling Chicago-Chicago Real Estate and Credit Newsletter

Kim Offord plans to feature Roseland Heights in the next edition. Her message to the Roseland Heights Community & association is:...... With the recent shootings we had, I think our community needs to realize that if we don't do anything on our own properties, THEY will take over. Thanks again! I look forward to getting back on the ball with the association!

Kim Offord

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad to see this organization is back up and running. I would love it if the community organizations would send us newsletter and meeting recaps.


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