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November 3, 2015 - Cardinal, Haverhill Mayor, City and State Officials Dedicate Affordable Housing at Winter Street Apartments

Cardinal Seán, Mayor James Fiorentini and Chrystal Kornegay, Undersecretary for Housing and Community Development, joined the Planning Office for Urban Affairs yesterday to dedicate the redevelopment of the Winter Street School in the Lower Acre neighborhood of Haverhill.

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Cardinal Seán, Lisa Alberghini (President of the Planning Office for Urban Affairs) watch as new Winter Street Apartments resident Nicole Carter addresses the guests.

 

 

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Haverhill Mayor James Fiorentini and Cardinal Seán at the ribbon cutting for the Winter Street Apartments

 

 

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Winter Street Apartments in Haverhill

 

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About the Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc.  

The Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc. is a social justice ministry affiliated with the Archdiocese of Boston. The Planning Office strives to create vibrant communities through the development of high quality affordable and mixed income housing. As a prominent regional non-profit developer and a leading diocesan housing development ministry for the Catholic Church in America, POUA has completed nearly 2,700 units of affordable and mixed- income housing and has undertaken several neighborhood revitalization initiatives in Massachusetts. 

 

About the Archdiocese of Boston
The Diocese of Boston was founded on April 8, 1808 and was elevated to Archdiocese in 1875. Currently serving the needs of 1.8 million Catholics, the Archdiocese of Boston is an ethnically diverse and spiritually enriching faith community consisting of 289 parishes, across 144 communities, educating approximately 42,000 students in its Catholic schools and 156,000 in religious education classes each year, ministering to the needs of 200,000 individuals through its pastoral and social service outreach.   Mass is celebrated in nearly twenty different languages each week. For more information, please visit www.BostonCatholic.org.