Witherspoon Jackson Neighborhood Association meeting, CORRECTION January 19, 2019

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Image of John Street from Walkable Princeton

The Witherspoon Jackson Neighborhood Association, is meeting on Saturday, January 19, 2019 @ 9:30 AM, at the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 30 Green St, Princeton, NJ 08542

Our focus this month will be on preserving the history, character, beauty, and viability of the Witherspoon Jackson Neighborhood

  •  Witherspoon Jackson Development Corporation (WJDC)

Presentation by Yina Moore and Dosier Hammond providing an overview of the organization, and how it can assist homeowners in the WJ neighborhood

  •  Princeton Board of Education

An intimate discussion on the PPS/BOE Referendum with Beth Behrend (newly elected BOE President) and Greg Stankiewicz

  •  Updates
    •  Witherspoon Jackson Historical and Cultural Society (WJHCS)–Shirley Satterfield
    •  Habitat For Humanity–Lex Kochmann

It is critical that we have maximum attendance/participation at the Witherspoon Jackson Neighborhood Association (WJNA) meeting this Saturday (FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH @ 9:30 am), because we will have an important presentation by the Witherspoon Jackson Development Corporation (WJDC), a non-profit local community-based organization whose mission statement AND goal in part, is to provide financial assistance to help long-standing generational homeowners and “OTHERS” from the WJ neighborhood continue to live in Princeton despite sharp increases in property values/taxes and general affordability.

The WJDC has received approximately $1,000,000.00 (One Million Dollars) in funding that has been allocated through a legal court settlement with Princeton University TO BE USED ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY FOR LOW INCOME HOME OWNERS WHO RESIDE IN Princeton’s 20th Historic District, the WJ NEIGHBORHOOD.

These dollars are earmarked to help residents experiencing difficulties with property taxes, tax liens, and major repairs involving safety/security.  Funding can also assist with security deposits or help with rents.

Because of the reluctance of some individuals or families to come forward when faced with life’s many difficult challenges we are making a serious effort to get this important notice out to everyone that may benefit.  Please send personal notes/invites to family and friends.

“Our strength is our DIVERSITY”

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