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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT:

Howdy Neighbor! 

Welcome to your weekly digest from the Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council. What’s up this week? Committees, committees, and more committees! Four committees, altogether, will be having their regularly scheduled meetings. We encourage you to come to a meeting and learn more about what is happening in your community. Did you know that you can also make a public comment on a matter that concerns you at any committee meeting? All you have to do is show up and fill out a speaker card, and-or let the committee chairperson know that you are there to make a public comment. This is a great way to get the word out about a community based project you are working on, or begin a dialogue about something that might concern you like traffic safety, crime, or real estate development. 

Why not make this week a week that you do something new and come to a committee meeting with a public comment. If nothing else, just come and introduce yourself. We look forward to seeing you at a committee meeting soon!

Peace,
Harvey Slater
Your HHPNC President


January 17, 2017
3:00pm - Beautification Committee
4:00pm - Housing and  Homelessness
Committee 
5:00pm - Outreach Committee Meeting 
7:00pm - Land Use Committee Meeting 

January 19, 2017
6:00pm -  Culture and Equality Committee Meeting  
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