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Community Conversation on WHALE’s Neighborhood Revitalization Program
MEDIA CONTACT – Teresa Willander, WHALE Development Coordinator email@example.com
New Bedford, Mass. – The Waterfront Historic Area League (WHALE) is hosting a virtual community conversation on our Neighborhood Revitalization Program for community stakeholders to gain a deeper understanding of our organization and have a voice in future WHALE projects. This specific program restores vacant and deteriorated historic properties to preserve the character of New Bedford’s historic neighborhoods and create affordable housing and homeownership opportunities. At this meeting, WHALE board and staff will share the history of WHALE, our current projects, and information on the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Abandoned Housing Initiative. There will be ample time for comments and questions from residents.
Have your voice heard and join us on Wednesday, March 3 at 6:00 pm via Zoom. Please register for the event at https://whale-community-conversation-registration.eventbrite.com
The mission of the Waterfront Historic Area League (WHALE) is to foster historic preservation and continued use of the city’s architectural heritage, and to enhance community and economic vitality in New Bedford, MA. More information about WHALE is available at www.waterfrontleague.org