Update: Harvey Heights Meredith
Construction has now been underway for six months at Harvey Heights in Meredith. Thanks to our outstanding team at North Branch Construction, the project is now 50% complete! Of the 25 apartments, 12 have been renovated and tenants have moved in.
Tenants have been incredibly patient and understanding during the relocation process – remember, this property was fully occupied before we started construction. We are grateful to our partners at Housing Opportunities Unlimited for their expertise in tenant relocation during projects like this!
SAL STEVEN-HUBBARD-10 YEARS WITH LRCD
Knolls III. She also facilitated the preservation and renovation of Ames Brook Apartments in Ashland and Harvey Heights in Meredith, and oversaw the transformation of 658 Union Avenue into Compass House, an eight-bed group home for women in recovery. That is 172 units of housing that Sal has added to LRCD’s portfolio during her tenure!
Sal has been committed to the cause of creating healthy and affordable homes for people of low-income for 31 years. We are so grateful that she has chosen to deploy her skills for the last 10 years here at LRCD.
Happy work anniversary, Sal! We appreciate all you do.
CAITLIN MEANEY - NEW ROLE AT LRCD
Caitlin’s commitment to the cause of affordable housing, her inquisitive nature, and her excellent attention to detail make her ideal for this new role.
Over the next year, Caitlin aims to secure her Asset Management Specialist Certification from the Consortium for Housing and Asset Management and she will be hitting the books at Lakes Region Community College to develop her knowledge of accounting so she has all the skills and tools to be successful in her new role.
We are excited to support Caitlin’s growth and development here at LRCD! She’s a valued team member and so much fun to work with.
The Importance of Energy Efficiency in Affordable Housing
GO ELECTRIC! Gas engines like the ones your lawnmower and weed wacker use are small, but they pack a punch on air quality. Did you know that using your gas-powered lawnmower for one hour produces the same amount of emissions as driving your car 64 miles?! Switching to electric will reduce your emissions to zero.