Chatham affordable home builders receive Feature Act recognition

Paul Lacina, Director of Building Development Services, MOCK, Shelley Wilkins, Director of Housing Services, MOCK, Nasr Nasr of Remmcor Ltd., Tim Zavitz of TEMPO Property Management, Gail Bishop, President CEO of Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce, Karen Debergh Chair, Wallaceburg & District Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Randy Hope, Co-Chair of the Chatham-Kent Community Leaders’ Cabine. Photo: Municipality of Chatham-Kent.

Nasr Nasr of Remmcor Ltd., and Tim Zavitz of TEMPO Property Management received the Feature Act, Recognition on Monday, November 6th in Council Chambers.

Municipal officials say both Nasr and Zavitz’s business have committed to develop affordable multi-unit residential housing in Chatham-Kent in response to the need. Their commitment to building high quality housing that any tenant would be proud to call home were highlighted.

Mayor Hope presented certificates of recognition and expressed his appreciation for their efforts in helping people have a place to call home, because of their help towards others.

Nasr Nasr stated that for him it is about giving people hope and when he hears the impact it makes in people’s lives he wants to make it the best he can. Tim Zavitz, said that providing a home is foundational to creating a healthy community and thanked the Municipality for their partnership.

The Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce CEO, Gail Hundt and Wallaceburg & District Chamber of Commerce Chair, Karen Debergh, cited that the actions taken by Nasr and Tim are examples of how people investing in Chatham-Kent can change people’s future and quality of life.

To learn more about affordable housing in Chatham-Kent go to https://www.chatham-kent.ca/health-social-services/housing-services

The Feature Act recognition ceremony was held at the Civic Centre during Municipal Council and was televised by YourTV Chatham.

Feature Act is a recognition program of the CK Community Leaders’ Cabinet in partnership with the Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce and the Wallaceburg & District Chamber of Commerce, and the Municipality to say thanks for building a better Chatham-Kent.

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