The company wanted to honor his legacy and commitment to affordable housing and approached LACLT
to do so, the organization said.
Irwin Automotive Group has purchased $10,000 in state tax credits to help Laconia Area Community Land Trust (LACLT
) upgrade their permanently affordable rental housing in Laconia.
7: Linda L Harvey, executive director of the Laconia Area Community Land Trust, joins Franklin Savings Bank President Jeffery Savage in putting out the welcome mat at a LACLT
property in Laconia slated to receive upgrades.
Ian Raymond; Linda Harvey, executive director of LACLT
; and State Sen.
7: Pictured at a Community Development Finance Authority tax credit training workshop are, from left, Hope Jordan, resource development director for the Laconia Area Community Land Trust; George Hunton, senior portfolio manager for the CDFA; Sal Stereo-Hubbard, housing development director for LACLT
; and volunteer Eliza Leadbeater, who will be selling tax credits for LACLT
5: Pictured at Lochmere Meadows, the first affordable housing development in the state to install both a solar thermal water heating and solar photovoltaic system, are, from left, Peter Stewart, board vice chair at Laconia Area Community Land Trust, which owns the development; Eric Petell, store manager, TD Bank in Laconia; Linda Harvey, LACLT
executive director; Deborah Boatright, Northeast regional director of NeighborWorks America; Carol Ford, regional market manager for TD Bank's in central New Hampshire; Ryan Barton, board member, LACLT
; and Jennifer Gabriel, New England community relations manager of the TD Charitable Foundation.