Chairman Hardemon stands in the newly renovated alleyways in District 5. The alleyways received a deep cleaning, removing all the debris and illegal dumping that plagued the roads. In addition, the alleyways now have newly paved roads with street markers and speed bumps as well as LED lighting. This beautification project is a continuous effort to keep the alleyways safe and clean. This is now a space for residents to walk, exercise and ride their bikes.
After over 50 years of vacancy, the ground was broken to revive the Historic Dorsey Memorial Library. This restoration project will include a library with a reading room, computer lab, restrooms and an open garden in the outside area.
Chairman Hardemon and his daughter play at the Little Haiti Soccer Park Groundbreaking Ceremony. This project will provide $1.8 million of improvements for the field, giving the children the best grass in the world.
Thanks to a $300,000.00 grant from Adidas, The Samuel K. Johnson Youth Center is now home to manufacturing and design equipment. The Adidas Makers Lab will provide our youth with the opportunity to ignite their creativity. They will be able to create and wear their own designs. Adidas also provided brand new uniforms to The Liberty City Warrior football team and cheerleaders.
Chairman Hardemon joins city officials and residents to welcome the brand new Little Haiti Trolley route and Citi Bike installation.
Children laugh and play on the brand new state of the art equipment at Athalie Range Park, featuring a tire swing and bright blue turf.
Chairman Hardemon speaks to residents about the state of District Five.
Chairman Hardemon and the SEOPW CRA celebrated 116 newly renovated units for the residents of Town Park South. The units underwent a total gut rehabilitation, including brand new stainless-steel appliances and marble countertops.
Chairman Hardemon celebrated the third installment of the MLK Wheels to Work program with the Martin Luther King Economic Development Center (MLKEDC). Six individuals were surprised with their very own cars as a part of the anti-poverty program. Within the program, the new car recipients will attend workshops on financial literacy, life skills, and vehicle maintenance.
The Reclaim the Dream Memorial Service and Gospel concert commemorated 50 years since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Thousands came together to remember Dr. Kingâ€™s legacy and promote unity within their neighborhoods.