• Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • Bill Pastellak

    I represent Hollygrove Market & Farm and I just want state that we offer a 15% discount (which applies to all purchases made in the market) for any and all individuals residing in Hollygrove . As the community coordinator, I promote this fact at the numerous resident meetings we host at the market & farm as well as promoting this whenever I meet a new resident. We also have a clearly visible sign directly behind our cash register stating we offer a 15% discount for all Hollygrove residents and to ask the cashier for more information.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    Even with the neighborhood discount the price may still be too high. Most people in the neighborhood do not shop there for some reason and the market is a for-profit entity, registered as an LLC with the state. Maybe the structure of the market, generating profits for the Hollygrove CDC, is unable to offer the discounts needed by the community.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Bill

    While we are an LLC, I assure you the purpose of that is not to generate profits for the CDC. In fact, we struggle to generate any profits, due in part to the fact that we incur the costs of the free community gardens and utilities used by them as well as the part time salary of our farm manager who mentors the gardeners and educates volunteers. When we do start making a decent profit, those funds will be reinvested into the market & gardens or community programs. The CDC does not make any money off of Hollygrove Market & Farm and has an executive director and board of directors who receive no compensation for their work. Feel free to check out our 990 on foundation center to verify this statement.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Anonymous

    I wondered if she was saying something else when I read that the woman thought the market was too expensive. Did that mean that the vegetables were genuinely too expensive, or did it mean that there’s no point spending much money on the market’s produce because she believes the difference between supermarket produce and market produce isn’t worth the extra expense, minimal though extra cost might actually be? I thought it likely said more about her shopping and spending priorities than it did about the Hollygrove Market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • Bill

    I know Ms. Kennedy (the woman in the article) very well and work with her on a regular basis, so I plan on talking to her to get a better idea of what she meant and if she has any opinions on how we could get more people into the market.

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!     

  • FoodJusticeForAll

    So Hollygrove Market and Farm is a FOR-PROFIT company…WOW! 

    I believe many people in the community will be surprised to learn this.  It’s also hard to believe that any For Profit company would continue to operate without profits – sounds counter intuitive to reality.I believe many will also be surprised to learn, as I am, that you do not send any profits to a non-profit entity that serves the neighborhood.  You claim to not be making money, but you are paying salaries, rent to the property owner, and other expenses. Bill, are you an employee of Hollygrove Market and Farm, Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC, or both?  I would like to know what the relationship is between the two.  We just had someone froma very powerful political family in front of a judge in this city for improperly setting up non-profits in Central City and mis-appropriating funds for their own benefit.  They had claimed they were helping the neighborhood when in fact they were helping themselves to funds intended for real community development.  Entities that take advantage of our most in-need neighborhoods, under the disguise of a non-profit, are a detriment to the City of New Orleans.    How many people from the Hollygrove neighborhood do you employ on a full time and part-time basis? I suspect it’s not many, but would like to know.I could not find the Carrollton-Hollygrove CDC 990 on the Foundation Center website as you suggested – my many searches came up empty.  Please let me and others know where we can find it.I don’t believe anyone who has been to the market believes that the neighborhood is frequenting the place in search of affordable fresh foods – your price is simply too high.  Just curious, but what is your definition of “a decent profit” and where would that money go specifically?I think someone needs to take a closer look at what your company is doing and where the dollars are going.  Those of us willing to spend hard earned cash, on over priced produce, to support a community in need have a right to know.  The Hollygrove neighborhood also has a right to know – even if they aren’t able to shop there.  Come clean Hollygrove “For-Profit” Market and Farm!