Dear Memorial-Spaulding colleagues,
I hope you can help us pass the word about the CPA grants events below. The Community Preservation Act was amended this summer to make more kinds of projects eligible, and although CPA funds still cannot support education directly, we believe everything they can support is important to Newton students and their families. For example, one of Newton’s very first CPA grants supported the creation of your Kayla’s Garden
outdoor learning area.
Thanks for any help you can give us with outreach.
I hope some of you can come on October 3rd!
Wednesday, October 3rd, 7 pm,
Newton South High School Cafeteria (Brandeis Road)
HAPPY 10TH BIRTHDAY, NEWTON CPA! for the South Side/Ward 8 & Beyond
How would you allocate nearly $20 million for affordable housing, historic resources, open space & recreation land in Newton over the next 5 years? Come tell us at our 5th and final neighborhood birthday party, at 7 pm on Wednesday, 3 October 2012 in the Newton South High School Cafeteria (Brandeis Road). Refreshments provided! Come at 7 pm for a slide show with historic neighborhood photos and maps, then share project ideas and comments on the program’s draft new funding guidelines, now online from www.newtonma.gov/cpa. See the online draft guidelines for other ways to comment, including a public hearing at 7 pm on Wednesday, September 19th, at the Newton Senior Center (345 Walnut Street, Newtonville). For further information, contact: Alice Ingerson at 617.796.1144 or email@example.com.