“Fulton Savings Bank is proud to be a corporate sponsor of this new initiative and thanks all those involved for their continued enthusiasm and hard work!” Ellis said.
Bringing homeowners together in one block builds community and generates confidence.
“Residents of the city are encouraged to start organizing their blocks as pre applications will be accepted from March 1 through April 1. Home owners are asked to go the FBB website for help with this organization. On the website residents will find: sample letters, tips, frequently asked questions and application forms.” Eagan said.
Fulton Block Builders is a program that generates neighborhood pride and helps homeowners and property owners recover part of the cost of their exterior property investment. The core feature of this approach is to build on strengths rather than just fix weaknesses.
In 1871, a group of civic leaders organized Fulton Savings Bank “to receive deposits from tradesmen, clerks, mechanics, laborers, minors, servants and others.” The first bank location was in a rented room at the northeast corner of Second and Oneida Streets. The Bank has been serving the greater Fulton community ever since and continues to Build Trust for Generations.
This donation to FBB is another commitment to that philosophy.