FULTON – Linda Eagan, founder of Fulton Block Builders, shared her excitement for the new organization with the Fulton noon Rotary Club recently.
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Fulton Block Builders is dedicated to revitalizing Fulton neighborhoods one block at a time.
The revitalization program builds on strengths and encourages clusters of neighbors to collaborate on exterior improvements to their properties, which will build confidence in our neighborhoods and inspire others to reinvest.
The program has secured donations and grants to help reimburse homeowners who invest in their properties, and is poised to announce Fulton neighborhoods eligible to participate this spring.