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A Grove for South Jamaica

South Jamaica Houses is now home to its very own fruit orchard—20 trees, including fig, apple and pear—thanks to New York Restoration Project and the Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment.

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Solar Energy Comes to NYCHA

NYCHA’s ambitious solar power program, a feature of the Authority’s Sustainability Initiative, will install solar panels at 190 developments by 2025, providing 25 megawatts of power to 6,600 households and creating dozens of jobs for NYCHA residents in the process. Two energy companies, Bright Power and Tangent Energy, have been selected to install the first panels on 90 roofs and 13 parking lots.

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Electrical Connections

Nine NYCHA residents recently became members of Local Union 3 IBEW, the electrical workers’ union, with help from a new NYCHA partnership.

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Celebrating Reuniting Families, Reigniting Hope

On March 22, families, participants, and partners gathered to applaud the success of NYCHA’s Family Re-entry Program. Launched in November 2013, the Family Re-entry Program (FRP) enables people who have been recently released from incarceration to live with their families in NYCHA developments.

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Actors, Take Your Marks!

Meet the Winners of the Lee Strasberg NYCHA Acting Competition

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Bike Share Success!

NYCHA Resident Recognized by the Better Bike Share Partnership

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NYCHA Tech Pilots Winners Announced

Seven technology startup companies are the winners of the first-ever NYCHA Tech Pilots, a real estate technology competition to find new and creative solutions to strengthen and modernize public housing.

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Calling All NYCHA Actors!

Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute Scholarship Competition for Actors and Actresses

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A Deep and Meaningful Partnership

Henry Street Settlement, on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, is a household name with the area’s residents. The Settlement was founded in 1893 by Lillian Wald, nurse, humanitarian, public health pioneer, and the namesake of Lillian Wald Houses in the East Village.

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Salvadori STEAM Program to Expand

Good news for young NYCHA residents interested in learning about what it takes to build their own model bridges or skate parks: a free afterschool Science, Technology, Engineering, Architecture/Arts, and Math (STEAM) program may be coming to a community center near you in the fall.

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