Fulton residents get a chance to weigh in on the Fulton Neighborhood Association (FNA) plan to reallocate unspent monies at a Wednesday, Feb. 9 meeting.
FNA is proposing to shift $128,290 of Phase I Neighborhood Revitilization Program funds into new strategies.
FNA would reallocate these amounts:
– $104,909 from Home Improvement Revolving Loans
– $9,080 from Fulton School Technology Lab
– $11,079 from Southwest High School programs
– $1,000 from the Creative Learning Program
– $1,000 from Youth Reading Program
– $1,034 from Junior Great Books
– $188 from Junior Achievement
The money would go to:
– Education Initiatives, $23,381. This spending strategy helps fund projects at Lake Harriet School, 4912 Vincent Ave. S. and Southwest Community Education, including tutoring and youth recreation.
– Implementation Coordinator and Support Funding, $104,909, for a neighborhood coordinator to plan and implement projects and provide administrative oversight, as well as for FNA bookkeeping assistance.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Pershing Park, 3523 W. 48th St.