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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Homeowner Resource Fair Tonight; Advice on Water Bills, Foreclosure Problems

The University Neighborhood Housing Program and Councilman Fernando Cabrera are hosting a home owner resource fair tonight, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 2270 Walton Ave., between 183rd and 184th streets.

Homeowners can learn about how to save on water and energy bills and learn about to get help in avoiding foreclosure. Representatives from the Department of Environmental Protection will be on hand to talk specifically about water bills.

In a press release announcing the fair, Cabrera, who represents parts of Kingsbridge, University Heights and Mt. Hope, said, “There are upwards of 2,000 homeowners in my district. And through these tough economic times, our residents need all the resources they can get to help manage what has in some cases, become unmanageable.”

For more information, call (347) 590-2875 ext. 204.


  1. I think that it is pretty cool that CM Cabrera and UNHP are bringing resources for home owners in the D14. I personally don't own a home but i think that its very important to do things like this for the community...GOOD JOB!

  2. Oh wow. This is real work in our community. I think they should do another one. One more thing...this Councilman Cabrera is all over the place doing great work. Please don't stop.

  3. I was not able to make it last night to the fair, but there was great turnout (people representing more than 40 homes) and the Councilman stayed for the duration of the event to talk to folks. It's great to have elected officials interested in partnering on getting real assistance to their constituents.

  4. Gregory Faulkner, Chief of Staff office of Councilman Fernando CabreraSeptember 20, 2010 at 12:31:00 PM EDT

    Thanks to the entire staff of University Neighborhood Housing for making the Homeowner Resource Fair such a tremendous success. Working in partnership with local grassroots organizations such as yours, our goal is to significantly increase the flow of goods and services to all residents of district 14.


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