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Each decade features its own distinct landscaping design trend that’s largely influenced by the world’s social and economic states. For instance, in the 1920s, fences weren’t a thing. People wanted to draw more of nature into their homes by having their front yards surrounded by perennials. When the men were returning from the Second World War and the suburbs were flourishing in the 1950s, the rise of modern landscaping took place and the trends shifted from elaborately designed outdoor spaces to subtler and more toned-down styles.
Furthermore, landscape design in the 1960s focused on enriching the family experience through picnics and barbecues. During this time, landscape maintenance company became a need as green and pristine-looking lawns have become the strongest … Read the rest
Air conditioners have transformed a good deal over the years and a few do a great deal more than simply awesome air as some might think! Listed here is a quick list that sets apart the should-have characteristics in the gimmicky whistles and bells. There are a lot of decisions to become made when choosing an Aircon servicing. This information is Part 1 of 2 on Ac Unit Features and How to get and Air Conditioning Unit.
If you’re looking to purchase a room device, you need to know right off the bat that there are repaired and glide-out chassis kinds, Chassis Kind.
Fixed chasses are typically the most popular and so are usually less heavy and are eliminated and … Read the rest
By now, all of Hazelwood should be abuzz over the closing of the Carnegie Library Hazelwood Branch—and for that matter parts of Greenfield, Squirrel Hill, Hays and Lincoln Place too. People should be incensed over this decision to strip one of Greater Hazelwood’sremaining assets. To quote John Tokarski in a letter to the Post Gazette editor, “…the residents and businesses of Hazelwood have seen a declining investment in their community’s infrastructure, its amenities and economic development.”
How can this happen, when just a few years ago the library moved into a brand new building on Second Avenue? New furniture, state of the art computers, and additional staff accompanied themove. The building is secure and has elevator access. These improvements resulted … Read the rest
Jim is the Executive Director of Hazelwood Initiative. He has been involved in non-profit management for over 25 years. As executive director for the Hazelwood Initiative, he is responsible for day-to-day operations, project management, and supporting the Board in governance. Prior to returning to Pittsburgh, Richter was Chief Advocate for the ARC of Westmoreland. There he served as agency lobbyist and director of the early intervention program.
For close to ten years, Jim served as a consultant to non-profit agencies in the human service, arts and educational fields working on board development; executive mentoring; program design and evaluation; fundraising; and mergers. Jim also worked for four years as senior consultant for the fund raising firm of TCR Group. Prior to … Read the rest
Through various organizational committees that seek to engage and involve disconnected community stakeholders, HI works to create a diverse, tolerant, and interconnected community based on a comprehensive vision. Among its significant community building services,HI produces a monthly tabloid-style newspaper, the Hazelwood Homepage; maintains a community resource web site, www.hazelwoodhomepage.org; hosts numerous cultural and civic events; provides an open forum for community issues at its monthly General Membership meetings; and initiates and facilitates block club development. HI strives to be democratic in governance, open and accessible to community members, and adept at emphasizing issues of immediate importance while linking them to a larger vision of the common good.
Our Community Vision
We envision Hazelwood as a space for innovation, transportation, creativity, entrepreneurship and jobs creation; a welcoming community that is socially, economically and culturally diverse. … Read the rest