The #NBW3 Asset Map
To kick off The Ward 3 Project, organizers Beth Santos-Fauteux and Steven Froias are inviting all of #NBW3 – New Bedford’s Ward 3 residents – to contribute to an area Asset Map. What’s an “Asset Map?” It’s everything good in our slice of New Bedford. It’s all that’s useful, necessary, needed and valued in the […]Continue reading
What is Ward 3?
Answering the question, “What is Ward 3?” is deceptively simple. Ward 3 is a large swath of the City of New Bedford. Its boundaries stretch from the waterfront to the neighboring Town of Dartmouth. But the real answer strikes at the core of what #NBW3: The Ward 3 Project is all about. Ward 3 is […]Continue reading
Where to Vote Nov. 7, 2017 in #NBW3
Not sure where to vote in the upcoming election? Here’s your #NBW3 guide to casting your vote. In Ward 3, Councilor Hugh Dunn is running unopposed to represent the ward on the New Bedford City Council. So, it’s hardly a nail-biter. But…there are important races happening that will affect all of New Bedford and #NBW3 […]Continue reading
#NBW3: The Ward 3 Project
Welcome to #NBW3: The Ward 3 Project! #NBW3: The Ward 3 Project is a grassroots initiative designed to ignite meaningful civic engagement, encourage good neighborhood practices and create a sense of place and identity in New Bedford’s Ward 3. The Ward 3 Project is being launched by Beth Santos-Fauteux and Steven Froias. In addition to […]Continue reading