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Four recognized with Good Neighbor Awards

From the New Vision Civic League:

Storefront for Community Design celebrated its 5-Year Anniversary Saturday, February 13th.

They sponsored their first Good Neighbor Awards which were named after three Richmond citizens:

  • The Mary Thompson “Mrs. T” Community Engagement Award for innovating the neighbor-to-neighbor reach was presented to Chimere Miles (Fairfield Court resident for her leadership in Informed Neighbor Corps);
  • The T. Tyler Potterfield Design Education Award denoting elevating the discussion of planning & design in the city was presented to architects Emma Fuller & Michael Overby;
  • The Charles S. Peters Good Neighbor Award for demonstrating leadership in community design was presented to Michael Paul Williams, one of the writers for the Richmond Times Dispatch.

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Jeb Wash 02/15/2016 at 7:17 PM

Mr. Williams is nothing more than a race hustler.


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