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Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 22: Wrapping Supplies

Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 22: Wrapping Supplies

Welcome to the Spring Fling. Join us every day in April to start flinging the clutter from your life!

 

Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 21: Purse

Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 21: Purse

Welcome to the Spring Fling. Join us every day in April to start flinging the clutter from your life!

 

Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 20: Sheets

Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 20: Sheets

Welcome to the Spring Fling. Join us every day in April to start flinging the clutter from your life!

 

Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 19: Empty Boxes

Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 19: Empty Boxes

Welcome to the Spring Fling. Join us every day in April to start flinging the clutter from your life!

 

Former school in East Macon becoming affordable senior housing

For the first time in more than 30 years, a new place for low-income seniors to live is coming to East Macon-Bibb. The Hunt School Village is under construction now, and it will be a 60-unit affordable rental housing development for persons 62 and older.

The $11.8-million-dollar development is possible thanks to partnership between Macon-Bibb County, In-Fill Housing, Inc., the Macon-Bibb County Housing Authority, and Stafford Builders and Consultants. 

District 3 Commissioner Elaine Lucas sees a lot of potential for the entire community because of this development. “This is an example of something wonderful that’s happening where we have this eyesore,” she says.

To read more about the East Macon-Bibb development
and watch a MaconBibbTV feature on this partnership, click here.

Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 18: Tote Bags

Organizing Spring Fling 2016 Day 18: Tote Bags

Welcome to the Spring Fling. Join us every day in April to start flinging the clutter from your life!

 

Macon-Bibb County celebrates first female fire chief

Chief Brenda Thomas has a passion for prevention. She’s the county’s first female to earn the rank of Chief, and as the Fire Prevention Director, she is excited to educate the community. 

“When I got here there were two other young ladies here…that was a little hope for me,” says Thomas. “Because those two ladies were here, they let me know that this may be okay for the young ladies of Macon-Bibb County that want to become, or are thinking of becoming, a firefighter.”

To read more about Chief Thomas 
and to watch a MaconBibbTV feature about her accomplishments, click here.