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Banker and Tradesman covers CAN-DO

The January 9 issue of Banker and Tradesman contains an article about CAN-DO, "When Asked to Offer Housing, Newton Organization Can Do", by reporter Aglaia Pikounis.


Please join us to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of CAN-DO

Please join CAN-DO to celebrate its 10th anniversary with special guest speaker Emily Rooney, Newton resident and Host & Executive Editor of "Greater Boston" on WGBH television.

The celebration will be on February 29, 2004 from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. at the Boston Marriott Newton, 2345 Commonwealth Avenue in Newton. The event will feature the presentation of the first annual Courage for Affordable Housing Awards, and will include Hors D'oeuvres, Wine Bar and Dessert Buffet for $75 per person.

Find out more about the celebration and how you can get involved.


New CAN-DO properties in Newton Upper Falls

In December CAN-DO purchased three properties on Eliot Street and Chestnut Street in Newton Upper Falls. The plan is to develop on these sites thirteen condominium units, seven of which will be affordable to low-moderate income families. More information will be available as these plans take shape -- stay tuned.


CAN-DO celebrates completion of Cambria Road project

On December 5th, 2003, CAN-DO held a breakfast open house to celebrate the completion of the Cambria Road project. Mayor David Cohen joined us along with several dozen supporters and staff of the city Planning Department, Community Preservation Committee, NHRF, Newton Housing Authority, The Village Bank. Several neighbors attended as well, toured the renovated home, and regaled us with tales of the singing and dancing prowess of the construction crew.

Newton Mayor David Cohen with CAN-DO Executive Director Josephine McNeil.

Newton Mayor David Cohen with CAN-DO Executive Director Josephine McNeil.


See more recent "What's New" items on the more recent archive page 3.

See older "What's New" items on older archive page 1.




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