Gabrielle M. Etzel, The Unvarnished Blog Publisher/Editor, Kenneth Plummer, Kensworth Consulting CEO, Jonathan Gertman. NRP Vice President of Development, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor on Westchester On the Level – Wednesday, December 23, 2020 from 10am-12Noon EST

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GROVE CITY COLLEGE, PA; MOUNT VERNON, NY; and YONKERS, NY — December 23, 2020 — The Unvarnished Blog Publisher/Editor-in-Chief Gabriele M. Etzel joins Hezi Aris to discuss the prospect for the resuscitation of the seemingly vanquished Republican Party in light of the 2020 presidential re-election bid, and the challenges that will be faced by the Democrats. Can America evolve beyond an adversarial demeanor and still abide to a balanced perspective that permits the disparity between right and left to sustain their dignity? From 10-11am EST.

Jonathan Gertman, Vice-President of Development of The NRP Group, and Kenneth Plummer, Kensworth Consulting CEO define the Renaissance at  Lincoln Park Project (Read: New Rochelle, NY Community-Centered Development “The Renaissance at Lincoln Park” Officially Breaks Ground).

Discussion focuses on the unique, transformational, community-driven project that broke ground in New Rochelle on December 9, 2020. We delve into the catalysts that informed their vision, and consider the demeanor they conceptualized and incorporated into their planning. The most pertinent question may be in what way does this project inculcate a vision that eclipses past developments. Their concept seems an aberration when compared to other recent developments. Can their vision be defined by their color, their religion, their early upbringing? We delve into what informed them to marry 179 units of best-in-class workforce housing, a state-of-the-art Boys & Girls Club facility, and 350 parking spaces for tenants and community residents. How did such a pertinent vision come to mind and what did this specific vision require of others participating in the project to accept? Was everyone on board from the get go or was there a persuasive pitch that caused everyone to coalesce around the efficacy of this project? Is this an evolved template likely to be emulated by other developers? Does it meet the needs of those who contemplate being future residents of The Renaissance of Lincoln Park resident? How so? Is there a similar vision for Mount Vernon, Yonkers, Ossining? From 11-11:30am EST.

Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor-at-Large,  continues in deciphering the latest hyperlocal, county, state, national and international issues and concerns. From 11:30am-12Noon EST.

 

eHeziGabrielle M. Etzel, The Unvarnished Blog Publisher/Editor, Kenneth Plummer, Kensworth Consulting CEO, Jonathan Gertman. NRP Vice President of Development, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor on Westchester On the Level – Wednesday, December 23, 2020 from 10am-12Noon EST

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