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Rotary Club of Newton approves $250 grant to CAN-DO to offset charges for record-breaking snowfall removal.



Read the CAN-DO Fall/Winter 2014 Newsletter

CAN-DO newsletter Fall/Winter 2014


Read the CAN-DO 20th Anniversary Commemorative Book

CAN-DO 20th Anniversary Commemorative Book cover


Pictures from the CAN-DO 2014 Annual Celebration
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Marc Zwetchenbaum, Josephine McNeil, Robin Young, Sarah Perry, Linne Kimball


Josephine McNeil, Rep. Ruth Balser, Bill McLaughlin

 

Past CAN-DO Presidents:
Kevin McCormick, Ted Hess-Mahan, Sally Dunning, Ken Sinclair
 
Board Member Deanna Reid, Robin Young

 

Josephine McNeil, Board Member Deanna Reid
 
Jubilee Singers


Read CAN-DO's Newsletter for Spring-Summer 2013
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CAN-DO newsletter 2013


Pictures from the CAN-DO 2013 Annual Celebration

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Vicki Danberg (Alderman at Large, Ward 6), Marcia Johnson (Alderman at Large, Ward 2), and Greg Schwartz (Alderman at Large, Ward 6)


Shawn Fitzgibbons, Holly Ryan & Barney Frank

 

Bill & Linda McLaughlin
 
Laurie and Paul Gershkowitz & Linda McLaughlin


54 Eddy Street

CAN-DO purchased this 2 family dwelling which contains a 2-bedroom unit and a 3-bedroom unit in July of 2012 with a loan from The Village Bank. It is located in West Newton. Funding to pay down the acquisition loan will come from CDBG funds provided by the city of Newton. CPA funds will be used to renovate the property. The current heating system will be replaced with one that is more efficient, improvements will be made to the site and the exterior of the building, and interior improvements will include the addition of a bathroom to the 3 bedroom unit and modernization of the kitchen. The rents for the units have been set at a level which will be affordable to low-income families without the benefit of a section 8 voucher. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year.

54 Eddy Street




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