The Pocket Neighbors will be meeting at the Humboldt Rec Center on Tuesday, February 13, from 7:00 to 8:00 PM.
The Pocket Neighbors will be meeting at the Humboldt Rec Center on Monday, January 8, from 7:00 to 8:00 PM.
Flower City Habitat For Humanity helps put people in affordable housing. Qualified Habitat families go through rigorous orientations and provide sweat equity by helping to build or working in other capacities for Habitat. Habitat has been helping to build and renovate affordable housing in Rochester since 1984. Click the link below to learn more about Flower City Habitat.
Join the Pocket Neighbors at the Humboldt Recreation Center on Monday, November 13th for a Sweet and Savory potluck dinner between 6:30 and 8:30.
Bring a canned good or new winter clothing donation as the price of admission. Bring a dish to pass or a batch of cookies.
Many hands make light work. If you are interested in, have participated with the gardens or just like being outside, come help clean up to get them ready for next season. Meet at the Heinrich Street garden at 11:00 AM and Linear Garden on Mayfield Street at 12:00 noon.
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Need another interesting stop to make on Halloween? Check out Cobbleween, a fund raiser outside the cobblestone house on Culver Road.
Don’t come to the Pocket meeting on Monday, instead we’ll meet on Tuesday, October 10th because the Rec center will be closed for Columbus Day. Join us at 7:00 to hear the latest in the Pocket.
In June 2017 we received a note from the Upper Monroe Neighborhood association and ABC Streets Association on behalf of the Coalition to Save Cobb’s Hill Park. They were asking our support in opposing the Rochester Management Inc. proposal to build new apartments at Cobbs Hill Park, near Lake Riley. Their position statement is below.
The original proposal was opposed by the community and the mayor asked RMI to revise the proposal.
The revised proposal was submitted in the spring of 2017.
The proposal is being reviewed by City Hall and must ultimately be approved by City Council. There have been several media reports and postings on this, but nothing since June 2017.
Plans are posted on the city web site’s projects page.
A recent D&C article asked city council candidates where they stood on the Cobb’s Hill Village project. See their answers here.
So what do you think? Should the Pocket support building residential housing in Cobb’s Hill park, or should we join the Upper Monroe Neighbors in opposing this proposal?
Come and join us for the Pocket Neighborhood meeting on Monday September 11, 7:00 PM at the Humboldt Recreation Center on Atlantic Avenue. We’ll be talking about year-end garden activities and hear from our police officers. Hope we see you there!
Come and join us for the Pocket Neighborhood meeting on Monday August 14th, 7:00 PM at the Humboldt Recreation Center on Atlantic Avenue. We’ll be talking about wrapping up the summer and hear from our police officers. There may be cookies, hope to see you there!