Longtime Member of NCC Property Management Department Retires
Muobo E Enaohwo, left, accepts a plaque commemorating her 30 years of service to New Community Corporation from Director of Property Management Hector Torres. The department held a small surprise retirement party for Enaohwo at St. Joseph Plaza Aug. 28. Photo courtesy of Benjamin Galvez.

Longtime Member of NCC Property Management Department Retires

Muobo E Enaohwo, who spent 30 years working in the Property Management Department of New Community Corporation, retired Aug. 31. She spent time at each of NCC’s properties over the…

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New Community Seniors Enjoy Renovated Apartments
Livingstone Allen shows off the new kitchen in his apartment at Commons Senior, one of four senior buildings to undergo renovations.

New Community Seniors Enjoy Renovated Apartments

Residents living in four New Community senior buildings can now enjoy their newly renovated apartments. Rehab work is complete on units in Commons Senior, Douglas Homes, Gardens Senior and Roseville…

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Remembering A New Community Family Member
Lawrence (Larry) Coley was very involved with New Community during his life. Photo courtesy of Courtney Coley.

Remembering A New Community Family Member

Lawrence (better known as Larry) Coley was a big part of the New Community family. He served as president of the Tenants Association at Commons Senior, where he spent many…

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From NCC Volunteer To Full-Time Employee
Anne Moran became a care coordinator at Associates June 1. Before that she worked as a Home Friend and volunteered at the Family Resource Success Center.

From NCC Volunteer To Full-Time Employee

Newark resident Anne Moran has moved up within New Community Corporation, going from a volunteer referred through the Community Work Experience Program (CWEP) to a part-time worker to a full-time…

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