RCF Wins SMUD Grant

SMUD has just announced that the Rosemont Community Foundation has won a $10,000 grant to do community cleanup and revitalization work. This grant is part of SMUD’s new SHINE Program that supports the work of local non-profits in improving life and conditions in its service area. RCF, the foundation created by the Rosemont Community Association in 2009, allows Rosemont to receive tax-deductible funding in support of community development projects here. Guided by the RCA board, these grant funds will be allocated to projects that make visible and needed improvements to life here in Rosemont. Watch for details in the months ahead.

 

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1 Comment

  1. Karen Alba Karen Alba
    January 1, 2018    

    I would like to see better lighting on the streets. Casals street is pitch black at sundown. I would also like to see vacant building restrictions. On the corner of Folsom Avenue and La Quinta Drive , there’s a vacant restaurant that is not being occupied, which attracts criminal activity, and that lot has a recycling spot, which also attracts criminals and vagrants alike. Recycling centers should not be permitted so close to residential properties. That shopping plaza is plagued with crime, unlike the nearby community, and makes the entire neighborhood look unkempt.


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