The Glenwood residential space is receiving $50,000 in grant dollars for residence enhancement jobs.
The $50,000 grant was built offered by the Erie County Gaming and Earnings Authority (ECGRA) for recreational and residence improvements on Shunpike Street.
It is a team exertion, with the YMCA of Bigger Erie, Glenwood community inhabitants, the Erie Zoo, and the Erie Federal Credit history Union all working with each other on this venture.
The president of a local research assessment company suggests they are performing to unite the neighborhood’s facilities, which include Glenwood Park and Horseshoe Park, J.C. Martin Golf Study course, Flo Fabrizio Ice Heart and the YMCA.
A person Shunpike resident states it’s good to be bundled in this challenge.
“To develop kind of a shared identification. So it could be like a vacationer vacation spot for wellness and people and recreation, and also outreach into the more substantial Glenwood community, for the reason that it is these an significant anchor for the metropolis,” reported Diane Chido, president, DC analytics.
“To be integrated in some type of project like that, that is a large chance. Knowing that Shunpike’s a traveled street from Peach to 38th, it is kind of a great area for individuals to start off seeing the homes improve a tiny little bit below and there,” reported Sean Hodinko, Shunpike Rd. resident.
Shunpike inhabitants fascinated in enhancing their households are invited to submit an software to an oversight committee.
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