Summit Interfaith Build Clears Final Hurdle

The City Council voted 5-2 on Tuesday night to release the funds from the Fair Housing Trust Fund.  This means that Habitat for Humanity can complete the purchase of the property and break ground on the six-family building that will stand at 39 Morris Ave.  This also means that volunteers and contributors will be needed to ensure the success of this project.  We will be sure to get the word out when it’s time.

About Rabbi Avi Friedman

I am the rabbi of Congregation Ohr Shalom - SJCC, a progressive Conservative and traditional congregation. I am also husband to Jodi as well as father to Gabi, Jonah, Jessica and Ilana. I have been a part of the Summit community since 2005.
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