The project will provide safe, affordable housing and handicap accessible housing for the Fairmont community. Construction began in June 2020 and is anticipated to be complete in August of 2021. “It’s always been a really nice neighborhood and a quiet neighborhood. We don’t have too many children here anymore but we might get more, who knows?” said Chapin. Chapin was originally against it because of how tall they are, but after numerous meetings with John Bernardo from SEPP, Chapin agreed that while she’ll never like how tall they are, it was what needed to be done to comply with FEMA. Jean Chapin has lived in fairmont park for 70 years, she has been one of the most outspoken residents against the project. Some residents have had concerns over the project, fearing that their quiet community can be altered. Due to it being a project for affordable housing, this lets the town utilize its community block grant funding which enabled them to upgrade the water system for the entire neighborhood. “They’re going to be two families,” said John Bernardo the Executive Director of Serving the Elderly through Project Planning (SEPP), describing the apartments. “They’re twins each of the units with car ports underneath and the buildings themselves are going to be raised above the flood level.” Chapin now thinks the project could bring new life to her neighborhood. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — Town of Union officials held a news conference Thursday morning to announce the development of 34 units in the Fairmont Park neighborhood.
Our Sports ReporterGUWAHATI: The semi-finals line up of Topcem ASJA T20 Inter Media Cricket tournament completed today. In the first semi final Prasar Bharati will face Electronics Media while in the second game Media Management will play against BUKSS. Both the Semi finals will be held at the Judges ground tomorrow.Earlier Sports Journalists XI registered consolation win against BUKSS in their final group league match tie at the same venue today. Prasar Bharati and BUKSS moved into the semi finals from this group. Invited to bat first, Sports Journalists XI scored 77 in their 17 overs. BUKSS scored 67-8 in their 17 overs. In the other match of the day Electronics Media got walk over against Print XI.Brief scores: ASJA 77 (16.2 overs), Rajdeep Das 14, Biman Sinha 4-10, Sibananda Singh 3-16, BUKSS 67-8 (17 overs), Anupam Roy 15, Amaresh Sinha 3-19 (MOM).Also Read: Prasar Bharati, Media Management win in Topcem ASJA T20 Inter Media CricketAlso Watch: Anti-CAA protests: Senior Citizens from Naharkatia stage protest along with AASU