HPD HELPING REBUILD THE COMMUNITY!

A MAJOR RENOVATION IN HOUSTON!

From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. TOMORROW (October 27) Houston Police Chief Harold L. Hurtt and numerous volunteers from HPD, along with “Rebuilding Together Houston” (a non-profit organization), will place the finishing touches on a home selected for the fall rebuilding project.

The HPD volunteers continuously worked on repairs at the home of Ms. Evelyn Mouton, 855 Dillard, located in the Acres Homes subdivision.

The renovation project included replacing portions of the roof, repairing siding on all four sides of the residence, including windows, installing two wheel-chair ramps, a rear deck, repairing the bathroom and building two sets of stairs.

HPD volunteers also completed clean up on a vacant lot next to the residence. Volunteers removed debris, weeds and trimmed trees.

“Rebuilding Together Houston” is a non-profit organization that has provided home repair services for low-income, elderly, and/or disabled Houston homeowners for more than 20 years. The City of Houston has partnered with the organization and has participated in the last eight home repair programs. These programs assist those who are physically or financially unable to do the repairs themselves.

WHAT: Chief Hurtt, HPD Help “Rebuild Together Houston”

DATE: TOMORROW (Saturday, October 27, 2007)

TIME: 8 a. m. to 5 p.m.

WHERE: 855 DILLARD, ACRES HOMES SUBDIVISION
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