Gail Mott
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Housing need for family of 3

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gail Mott Dec 3, 2013. 1 Reply

I am writing on behalf of the Greater Rochester Coalition for Immigration Justice to ask for assistance in helping an immigrant family find housing resources and possible financial assistance.  The…Continue

 

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Gail Mott replied to John Boutet's discussion Summary of the proposal for a Police Accountability Board
"Barbara Lacker-Ware and Ted Forsyth are to be commended for this comprehensive and well-researched proposal. Peter and I strongly support it and hope the 19WCA will send a letter of endorsement to City Council. Gail"
Apr 19, 2017
Gail Mott replied to Mark Sweetland's discussion Kudos to John Boutet and John Laing
"Kudos, indeed, John and John! and three cheers to City for recognizing you and the importance of your work to maintain a vibrant community by pressing for the reopening School 16. We have been aware of your ongoing efforts and energy and…"
Dec 31, 2015
Gail Mott posted an event

Human Rights Day - with participation by Hoody Miller, of Seedfolk City Farm at Downtown Presbyterian Church

December 10, 2015 from 5:30pm to 9pm
Southwest Farmers Market-goers will be glad to know that Hoody Miller, who participates in Seedfolk City Farm, will be a panelist at the upcoming celebration of Human Rights Day, Dec. 10.  ROCHESTER HUMAN RIGHTS CELEBRATION: “FOOD JUSTICE: THE RIGHT TO GOOD, CLEAN, LOCAL FOOD”THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10TH 5PM to 9PMDOWNTOWN UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH121 N. Fitzhugh St.  The evening will proceed as follows:At 5PM, a guided “WALK THROUGH THE FOOD SYSTEM” of photos and other materials from the many…See More
Dec 1, 2015
Gail Mott replied to John Boutet's discussion Movie Night at School 44 was Magical in the group SW Education Forum
"John - Thank you for this wonderful report. You must have announced this event - where should I look for the next one? Thanks. Gail"
Nov 1, 2015
Gail Mott commented on Bruce Tehan's event Library of the Year Party
"Congratulations to all who make Arnett Library such a welcoming, active, participatory place - nd for having a  presence at the Tuesday market. Sorry we have a 5:30 event so can't be there to celebrate."
Jun 23, 2015
Gail Mott replied to John Boutet's discussion AQE/Metro Justive Schools Committee presents their Suspention Report in the group SW Education Forum
"I couldn't agree with you more, Diane! Thanks also, John, for making this report available. Did you by chance get a copy of Principal Spezio's remarks? Gail"
Nov 19, 2014
Gail Mott replied to Dan DeMarle's discussion 19th ward Public Safety Meeting 10/29/14
"The Coalition for Police Reform meets at noon today (Friday, Nov. 7) at the Downtown Presbyterian Church, 121 N. Fitzhugh St. Could someone come to represent the 19th Ward? We are looking for more partners. Our Mission is to end discriminatory and…"
Nov 7, 2014
Gail Mott joined Marian Boutet's group
Sep 22, 2014
Florence Clemmons commented on Gail Mott's blog post Grants available from Self-Development of People
"Thanks for sharing:-)"
Jul 27, 2014
Gail Mott posted a blog post

Grants available from Self-Development of People

If you have questions about this please call Gail Mott, 464-0878 Self-Development of People    PRESBYTERY OF GENESEE VALLEY GRANT PROCESS 2014 Are you a member of a group that has an idea which would help your community?If so, the Self-Development of People of the Presbyterian Church (USA) may have funds to help you turn your idea into a project. What is Self-Development of People?Self-Development of People (SDOP) is a ministry that affirms God's concern for humankind.  We are Presbyterian and…See More
Jul 26, 2014
Gail Mott posted a status
"I'll tell you all the details when I see you. The bat went free early this evening. But there are more..."
Jul 25, 2014
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Jul 25, 2014
Marian Boutet commented on Gail Mott's status
"I've been watching for bats all summer without any luck, so I'm glad to hear that they're around.  Where is the offending critter?"
Jul 25, 2014
Gail Mott posted a status
"want to find out if anyone knows a good and humane bat remover!"
Jul 25, 2014
Gail Mott replied to John Boutet's discussion June 12, 2014 We Care Meeting Minutes in the group We Care
"I joined just to find out what this group is - and to ask how I can access the Minutes? When I click on that line a blue arrow shoots up to the top of the page, but nothing else happens. Thanks! Gail"
Jun 27, 2014
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A grassroots, community-based initiative addressing quality of life issues in the SouthWest Quadrant of the City of Rochester by organizing and implementing community PROJECTS.See More
Jun 27, 2014

Profile Information

Do you live in Rochester's SouthWest Quadrant?
yes
What Street (and location if not in the Quadrant)?
288 Melrose St
How long have you lived there?
3 months
Do you rent or own?
Own
Do you plan on staying there?
yes
Tell us about yourself:
Peter and I have been involved for years in work connected with Latin America, and especially right now the Rochester Committee on Latin America (ROCLA)). We're members of the Band of Rebels (working against corporate greed and economic inequality to create a more just future for our grandchildren) and active in the Downtown United Presbyterian Church. Peter wrote a book, "Cancer in the Body Politic" and promotes a Single Payer system of health care. Gail works with several groups, including the Human Rights Day Committee, and the Greater Rochester Coalition for Immigration Justice, and FR=EE Social Justice. We wish the SouthWest Market could continue all year but are glad we can pick up delicious bread from Bread for All every week at Jackie Farrell's house!

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Grants available from Self-Development of People

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If you have questions about this please call Gail Mott, 464-0878

 

Self-Development of People

    PRESBYTERY OF GENESEE VALLEY

 

GRANT PROCESS 2014

 

Are you a member of a group that has an idea which would help your community?

If so, the Self-Development of People of the Presbyterian Church (USA) may have funds to help you turn your idea into a project.

 

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At 12:26pm on November 10, 2013, John Boutet said…

Hi Gail,

Welcome to Location19.  Judging by all the good causes you and Peter are involved in I'm sure you will find a few things on this site that you can participate in. 

Now that you are a member of Location19, when you sign-in, you can post to the Discussion Forum, Events calendar and Blog section and you can join any of the various groups to participate in the discussions there.  Check out A Brief Overview on Location19 Structure to get familiar with what's where.  In the tabs, Be sure to check out the "All Groups - Icons" sub-tab.  We are currently up to 66 groups.

To join a group such as SW Education Forum,   click on the group, then in the upper right of the group page just under the banner picture, next to your name click on +Join SW Education Forum and you are a member!  Being a group member lets you post to the group and also permits you to receive email notifications from that group about events and other info that may not be posted on Location19 itself.  Since you like the Westside Farmers Market be sure to check out Friends of the WFM and also the new group The Seedfolk Store which Eleanor Coleman just started.  If you stop by The Seedfolk Store at at 540 West Main, I'm sure you will fall in love with the place.

Be sure to notice the SW Merchants box on the upper right above Groups.  The buttons can get you to index pages for local restaurants, grocery stores and hard goods stores.  The lists are not complete and people are welcome to add additional reviews as they find other places.  Such reviews should be added as discussions in the Our Neighborhood Merchants group and I'll add a link to the corresponding index page.

There is a ton of information you can search for and read through on Location19.  Be sure you make use of the search options.  Also check out the Block Clubs tab.  In it is Block Clubs-4-22-2013.doc list which shows clubs we know about in the area.

Please post your picture.  Step by step instructions can be found here How to Post Your Picture - It's easy!

It' a good idea to subscribe to the Daily Email Digest so you receive an update of new activity on the site even if you don't check Location19 every day.  You can also find a list of new information posted by looking at the Latest Activity column on the Main page.

I look forward to your participation. If you have any questions don't hesitate to call Marian or me at 328-4271.

John

 
 
 

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