March 13, 1980
|The LHA established plans to design secure lobbies at Bishop Markham Village to protect residents from crime||View article|
|July 3, 1980||The state Executive Office of Communities and Development approves a contract to build a 3,000 sq. ft. community center at Julian D. Steele||View article|
|March 13, 1980||The LHA Board of Commissioners approved a motion to name the Hildreth Street development project in the honor of Father Morrissette, who had been heavily involved in the community for over 50 years||View article|
|October 15, 1980||The LHA is awarded more than $1M for energy upgrades to its housing developments, particularly for improvement to the Julian D. Steele development||View article|
|September 24, 1981||Bishop Markham Village gets a makeover with the installation of new roofs, heating system upgrades, landscaping, and emergency upgrades to fire and safety equipment||View article|
|June 30, 1982||The LHA gets approval to build family housing in the Acre Neighborhood of Lowell||View article|
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