“Clinton isn’t the first U.S. President to recognize Kevin Gay. In 2003, President George W. Bush invited him to the White House for his achievement of the Ready4Work program.”
President Barack Obama talks about his plan for faith based community programs, including Ready4Work, in Zanesville, OH on July 1, 2008.
ONH Development works in two primary suburbs of Jacksonville:
The Springfield Historic District is located in northwest Jacksonville and is directly adjacent to downtown. Springfield is one of Jacksonville’s oldest neighborhoods, with more than two-thirds of its homes predating 1921. Springfield is also one of only two Jacksonville neighborhoods enjoying local historic designation and protection. Today, Springfield is enjoying a revival and resurgence in population and interest; new housing construction mirrors historic architectural styles found throughout the district, while Main and Eighth Streets are undergoing and embracing new commercial development.
Southern Living Magazine listed historic Springfield as one of ‘the south’s best come back neighborhooods’
The neighborhood of East Jacksonville is seated upon the ground of Jacksonville’s original settlement, Cowford, established in the early 1800s. Located two miles from the heart of Jacksonville’s downtown business district, East Jacksonville is close to Everbank Field, the Veteran’s Memorial Arena, the Jacksonville Fairgrounds and downtown.