Tag Archives: A Tiny Home for Good

Where Are They Now?

A Tiny Home for Good advances its work constructing homes for homeless veterans Andrew Lunetta dug his shovel into the ground, creating a small trench in the dirt. Pieces of plywood lay nearby, baking in the hot September sun. The plot of land at 208 Bellevue Ave., empty as it was, might not have looked like much. But Lunetta regarded ... Read More »

Current Issue

Many thanks to 100 Black Men of Syracuse, Inc., this month’s fiscal sponsor. This local organization is committed to the intellectual development of youth and the economic empowerment of the African-American community. Plan to join them Sept. 17 for their annual Winston Gaskin Community Walk for Wellness held this year at the Creekwalk and in November for their annual banquet ... Read More »

Moving Forward

What would have kept you from joining a gang? “Move.” Quante Wright says it’s the only thing his mom could have done to prevent him from joining Brighton Brigade. “Move me out of that environment. When I came off my porch,” he said, “all I saw was drug dealers.” Looking back, Wright notes three catalysts that propelled him into gang ... Read More »

Residents Speak Out Against Tiny Homes

Aug. 19 neighbors heard more from A Tiny Home for Good director A second meeting took place Wednesday evening to hear residents’ concerns about the possibility of A Tiny Home for Good building tiny homes on Syracuse’s South Side. Monica Williams, an Onondaga County Legislator with the 16th District, opened the meeting to 35 attendees at the Southwest Community Center. With ... Read More »