Friday, July 6, 2007

Farewell, Thank You, & Good Luck to Irvetta Williams

Today is the last day on the job as ONSLRG’s Real Estate Development Coordinator for Irvetta Williams. We have thoroughly enjoyed working with Irvetta during her time with us, and we all greatly appreciate the professionalism and effort that Irvetta put in to various initiatives. Among the highlights are the partnership to market LRA properties to prospective developers and rehabbers; the Developers’ Fair in 2005; the Rehab Academy in 2006; support and assistance to several buyers of LRA properties; and countless planning and construction meetings with our partners on the North Market Place Homes, the North Market Place Apartments, and the 14th Street Mall.
Above: Irvetta reviewed the real estate accomplishments of 2005 at ONSLRG’s Annual Meeting in January of 2006.

Above: In the spring & summer of 2006, Irvetta coordinated the Rehab Academy for current & future ONSL residents and anybody who wanted to learn a little more about the rehab process.

In the short-term, Irvetta plans to spend some time off enjoying the summer vacation with her daughter, but she has agreed to return periodically to check up on the progress around ONSL and to indulge in a caramel sundae at Crown Candy Kitchen. Thank you and good luck , Irvetta!

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