Author: Troy Rehabilitation Improvement Program Inc.

Winter Maintenance For Your Home

Weather the Winter SeasonFollowing a Schedule The comforts of a cozy, warm home in winter can help you forget about the short days and the multiple layers of clothing. Following a maintenance schedule throughout the year will certainly benefit you in the winter, but be aware of the hazards the… Read more »

Faces at TRIP: Elizabeth Anderson

Elizabeth Anderson is a volunteer intern at TRIP this fall.  She is working on TRIP’s sustainability and neighborhood stabilization initiatives.  Elizabeth has also done some design work for TRIP, such as updating some of TRIP’s materials. Elizabeth is a coterminal student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute working on her bachelors in Sustainability Studies… Read more »

Public Participation in Planning Needed – Again and Again!

As the City of Troy prepares its Five Year (2015-2019) Consolidated Plan to HUD, Troy Mayor Lou Rosamilia claims “Public participation is a critical aspect of formulating our next five-year plan and we encourage our residents to attend one of the upcoming meetings.” Four public focus group meetings have been… Read more »

Did You Know?

TRIP Offers a Variety of Programs to Homeowners, Homebuyers, and Tenants Regardless of one’s income, education, or housing situation, TRIP’s NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center offers many programs that can benefit anyone.  Here is a sampling of programs that are currently available:    Troy Landlord Training Program  October 6th & 8th, Parts 1 &… Read more »

Please Join Us

TRIP and RCHR 2014 Homecoming Dinner Monday, October 27, 2013 Please join us in honoring  Mary Theresa Streck  with the TRIP & RCHR 2014 Community Citizenship Award To join the Honorary Committee or purchase tickets, go to  http://www.triponline.org/news_and_events/Homecoming_dinner.html   or contact Gail at 518-272-8289 x212, gail [at]triponline[dot]org

Be Prepared!

Are you prepared?As rains from hurricane Arthur created flash flooding and some minor tree damage last week, we were reminded that the season for storms is upon us, and there are several things that we can do, individually, and as a community to be ready for them.  Great Resource The website Ready.gov is… Read more »