Sunday, January 22, 2012

Project Save Our Homes Press Conference This Monday!

Project Save Our Homes, a grassroots housing rights campaign launched in December, is pleased to announce a major breakthrough in the case of East Hillside homeowner Ann Lockwood. The 19-year resident of East 8th Street was facing the loss of her home after a major medical crisis caused her to fall behind on mortgage payments. Hundreds of Northlanders signed petitions, made phone calls and marched on her behalf.

On Monday, January 23, at 3pm, Project Save Our Homes will announce details of an agreement reached with Lockwood's bank and discuss next steps for it's campaign against home foreclosures, including a community forum set for February 1st which has been endorsed by more than two dozen area nonprofits,
community groups and faith communities.

What: Announcement of first success in Project Save Our Homes anti-foreclosure campaign
Where: The home of Ann Lockwood, 627 E 8th St
When: 3pm Monday, January 23, 2012
Who: Project Save Our Homes, County Commissioner Steve O'Neil, and homeowner Ann Lockwood

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