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The Sherwin Williams Company is partnering with the City of Erie Office of Economic and Community Development to provide “Home Work” paint training classes to City of Erie residents! Sherwin Williams and the City provided similar “Home Work” classes to the community in 2008 through 2014. The City targeted inner-city, unemployed or underemployed residents and prioritized housing authority applicants.

The Home Work Program provides in-the-classroom training, a one day Renovate, Repair and Paint (RR&P) certification training class, on-the-job painting experience, and resume and career building services. Students who complete the course receive a starter paint kit of tools from Sherwin Williams.

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The City of Erie is currently in the process of developing its first ever Comprehensive City Plan. We began the process in late spring by convening a steering committee and a technical advisory committee to meet with our consultant, Mr. Charles Buki.  Since that time, Mr. Buki and his team has assembled an inventory of every residential property in the City by condition. 

As part of our planning process we would like to present our data and analysis and discuss priorities and concerns as it relates to the development of the Comprehensive Plan.  We believe it is imperative to hear from the community as we move forward with a plan to stabilize and strengthen the City of Erie. Two meeting dates have been scheduled:

Wednesday, September 9th at 6:00pm
at Jefferson Elementary School, 230 E 38th St, Erie, PA 16504

Thursday, September 10th at 6:00pm
at East High School, 1001 Atkins Street, Erie, PA  16503.

Mr. Buki will lead our discussion and will be asking for your input on the future of Erie. We urge you to spread the word and encourage others to attend. 

Kindly RSVP to sdesser@erie.pa.us  or call 870-1270 by Tuesday, September 8th so that we may provide adequate seating for all.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on September 9th and 10th.

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Mayor Joe Sinnott and the City of Erie Police Department are pleased to announce that applications are available for the Citizens Police Academy.  This is a great opportunity for Erie residents to acquire firsthand information about their Police Department.  Citizens registered for the course will attend demonstrations and hear from a variety of Erie Police Department representatives.  The classes are free and sponsored by the City of Erie. 


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The SeaWolves, in conjunction with Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball and the Office of Mayor Joseph Sinnott, will host SeaWolves Skills Day on Saturday, August 29 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Jerry Uht Park.

For more information, visit The SeaWolves
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