Author: Jayme Trott

Capital Project Update – Sept 2020

Jayme Trott and Susan Vigilante, Co-Chairs, Capital Campaign/Project

The Capital Project Steering Committee (Jayme Trott, Susan Vigilante, George Faulkner, Mary Acciani, Steve Saddlemire, Farzad Shadzik, and Susan Irgang) have been extremely busy this month! We received final drawings from the architect and MEP (Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing) engineer. Although … read more.

Capital Project Update – August 2020

By Jayme Trott and Susan Vigilante, Co-Chairs, Capital Campaign /Project

We have little to provide in the way of an update this month, as we continue to WAIT for a number of things.

First, we are waiting for the municipal township to sign off on the UUCWC … read more.

Capital Project Update – July 2020

The Capital Campaign Steering Committee is happy to report that the Hopewell Township Planning Board memorialized the Resolution of Approval at their June meeting. The drawings are being submitted to the township and, along with obtaining formal approval (already received verbally) from two other governing … read more.

Capital Campaign/Project Update – April 2020

Good news (we hope) – the Hopewell Township Planning Board meeting, where the application for approval of our Site Plan will be considered, will be held virtually on Thursday, April 23.

We expect to have nearly final architectural plans that include Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing (MEP) in the next … read more.

Capital Campaign/Project Update – March 2020

The Capital Campaign Steering Committee met with architect David B. Singer on Tuesday, March 10 to review and discuss the current detailed architectural plans for our expansion. Discussion included the following topics:

Heat/airflow needs including a plan to use variable refrigerant flow (VRF) to … read more.

Stewardship and Capital Campaign – A Personal Note

During the February 9th Stewardship and Capital Campaign Kick-off Sunday Service, Laura Wall spoke words that resonated strongly for me. Laura said “I’ve spent my career running non-profit organizations and am currently the Executive Director of CASA for Children, here in Mercer County. For … read more.

Capital Campaign Project Update – August 2019

Great news! The Hopewell Township Zoning Board has accepted our engineer’s calculations for coverage, increasing slightly the “footprint” we can build on. The next step will be to set up a meeting with the Delaware & Raritan Canal Commission for their review and approval. When … read more.

Capital Campaign Update – May 2019

In April, the Steering Committee met to review and plan next steps. The civil engineers have been out to survey our property and will give results to our architect for planning. Once these plans are approved by the township zoning department the architect will provide … read more.