In a city where many residents have been forced to relocate or live in temporary shelters, one group of residents has found the city more accommodating than they could ever imagine.
The silverstreak solution is to build a community on the grass and provide a constant source of income for the locals, who in turn can live on their land and enjoy their freedom.
They call themselves the silverstreaks and they say the community is a win-win-win.
“What we want to do is make sure we provide a sense of purpose to the residents of Silverstreak,” said silverstreaker Jodi Williams, who lives in the town of Lumberton, New York, which sits on the banks of the Hudson River.
“We want to provide a pathway to community, but at the same time, we also have to be able to support the residents.
We want to make sure the residents can have their homes, they can go out to their gardens and do what they want to.
It’s the community that’s most important to us.”
Williams is a silverstreacher, and she says the community she creates for the silversteaks is a step toward a better future.
“Silverstreak is a great example of what we can do when we work together to do something positive for the community,” she said.
“It’s not just about a couple of us, but about a community of people who all love to have their home, and we want them to be happy, and they’re also proud of their community.”
Williams and her silverstreakers are not the only ones looking to make a difference in a shrinking city.
The Silverstreaks community is now thriving and the silverstalk community is growing.
The organization’s first event, a community gathering at the Silverstreaker’s home, is scheduled for the spring.
Williams said the event will be an opportunity to build bonds and give back to the community, which she believes is a key ingredient for Silverstreaking’s success.
“We want people to feel like they’re part of the community and that it’s an experience for them and it’s a good thing for the area,” Williams said.
Silverstreaks also wants to be a model for other communities to follow.
They are working with other cities and communities to create a Silverstreaky-like community, and Williams said that they hope to expand to other communities as well.
“I think it’s just the right thing to do,” Williams continued.
“There’s so many people who don’t have homes, there’s so much opportunity for them to take ownership of their home and provide that community for the people.
We’re really excited about what the silverstreet community is doing and I hope that other communities can follow suit.”