Housing Receiver Workshops July 9th and July 14th for Contractors and Tradespersons

Licensed contractor or tradesperson?
Want to make a difference in your community?
 Learn how you can help as a Court Appointed Receiver.

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Community Receivership Workshops: 
Learn about addressing vacant & abandoned properties through receivership
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Licensed contractor or tradesperson?
Want to make a difference in your community?
 Learn how you can help as a Court Appointed Receiver.
Opportunities for companies able to:
  • Board & secure vacant houses
  • Remove deteriorated porches from vacant houses
  • Clean out trash & debris from vacant houses
  • Repair parapet walls on vacant houses
  • Redevelop vacant & abandoned buildings
When and Where
Wednesday, July 9
12:00-2:00 pm
Marshall High School
3250 West Adams Street
Monday, July 14
3:00-5:00 pm
Greater Harvest Missionary Baptist Church
5141 South State Street
Sponsored by:
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Last Chance to RSVP: Sustainable Builders Working Group
July 9, 4:00-5:30 pm, Stony Island Arts Bank Site Visit, 6760 S. Stony Island
Don't miss this unique opportunity to see the current progress of the rehabilitation of the former Stony Island Trust & Savings Bank Building. Theaster Gates and his team have undertaken the restoration of this neo-Classical 1923 structure, which they are transforming into a cultural and community space for the Grand Crossing neighborhood. We'll hear from Charlie Vinz of Stony Group LLC and Theaster Gates Studio about their mission with this project along with the process and lessons learned of preserving the historic significance of a building undergoing a gut rehab. The Stony Island Arts Bank is scheduled to open Fall of 2014.
Please confirm your attendance by replying to this message or calling Alyce Eaton at CCLF at 312-252-0442. Bring your hard hat if you have one!
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