For almost a year now, Rosemont residents have been putting in hours of volunteer time to try to improve the area under a program called Revitalizing Rosemont.
They've cleaned graffiti, and distributed informational packets to every home in the area.
Now they have a second round of grant funding to use. The Rosemont Community Foundation, the nonprofit arm of the Rosemont Community Association, .
Blogger Linda Kenner that some possible uses included outreach to local businesses, more graffiti cleanup, additional beautification projects and more.
Rosemont, here's your chance to weigh in: How should the foundation spend its $7,500 grant in a way that will benefit Rosemont the most? Would you prefer to see a focused effort on graffiti cleanup? What about local businesses? Take our poll below and leave a comment if you think the foundation should spread the money over multiple uses or if your idea isn't listed.