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* Host a Block Party * Intro Welcome to the campaign for Wallingford’s future. Wallingford is an attractive place to live, because it’s been well maintained by vigilant neighbors like you. However, with a town government that works with us and for us, I think we can do better. My vision is for a safe and healthy town that is well‐served by public transportation, easily accessible by car, bike, and foot, integrates with retail and outdoor destinations we desire, works with police and fire department to protect and serve, and engages neighbors to care for neighbors. My vision is of a town office with an open‐door policy that listens and responds to the citizens. My vision is investment in Wallingford’s future. Please read more at www.jaredliu.com Why a Block Party Just as neighbors used to typically greet new residents to their block with baked goods or a bottle of wine, more of our neighborhoods used to have block parties. Currently, only 6 neighborhoods still maintain this practice regularly. We’re going to expand that because, knowing one another is the first step in supporting one another. Get Started 1.
Committees and Work Groups of the City of Promise Steering Committee A governance, planning and implementation committee made up of high-level stakeholders including neighbors, service providers and government representatives who provide guidance on key issues such as policy and objectives, budgetary control, marketing strategy, resource allocation, and decisions involving large expenditures.
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The following list highlights the work that has been completed by the Board of Directors, committee volunteers and neighbors in Eastbluff.
Possible Sites for a community garden in the Pocket area (West of I-5) February 15, 2015 For several years, neighbors have expressed an interest for a City community garden in the Pocket area – west of I-5.
* Show Your Support * 06492 rocks! Intro Welcome to the campaign for Wallingford’s future. Wallingford is an attractive place to live, because it’s been well maintained by vigilant neighbors like you. However, with a town government that works with us and for us, I think we can do better. My vision is for a safe and healthy town that is well‐served by public transportation, easily accessible by car, bike, and foot, integrates with retail and outdoor destinations we desire, works with police and fire department to protect and serve, and engages neighbors to care for neighbors. My vision is of a town office with an open‐door policy that listens and responds to the citizens. My vision is investment in Wallingford’s future. Please read more at www.jaredliu.com Why 06492 rocks! Because this isn’t a campaign for one person, you won’t see a lot of yard signs around town. The ones that people choose to purchase for themselves will underscore that this is a campaign for Wallingford. After all, it’s your campaign, and is fighting for the values you’ve told me we’ve lost. So we wanted a way for you to show your support for the campaign, your pride in Wallingford, *and* your best ideas for Wallingford! Get Started 1.
Two, the presence of an antenna inside the steeple poses no undue safety risks to those in or around the building—to the congregation, to building users, or to our neighbors.
Notice of Belmont Planning Board Public Hearing The church along with its abutters and neighbors received notice via certified mail from the Belmont Planning Board of a public hearing on Tuesday, May 3, to consider Verizon’s revised application, filed March 9, for installation of a cell antenna in the church steeple.
An Account of Grass-Roots Disaster Relief During The Colorado Flood Of September, 2013 By Tiernan Doyle Executive Director Boulder Flood Relief Executive Summary Community Response Boulder Flood Relief Lessons Learned Context Rainfall Drainages Affected Landslides Communities Affected Community Response Previous Floods Emergency Response Volunteer Opportunities Boulder Flood Relief Formation Occupy Sandy University of Colorado Occupy Boulder Organization Tech Tools Boulder Startups Boots on the Ground BFR Volunteer Dispatch Legal Framework Financial Structure Community Assistance Key Lessons Learned Lead from Below Limitations are an Opportunity Connect Neighbors with Neighbors Collect and Catalyze your Data Communicate.
• Hold a neighborhood barbecue or potluck so neighbors can get together to Having a block party on your pick the date, to decide whether street is the best way to get to the entire street or only part of it know your neighbors, and it’s will be closed, to divide easy to organize.
But then they close their hearts to the outside world, to their neighbors.
DON’T JUST HEAR ABOUT...BE ABOUT IT * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Buy someone's food in line at a restaurant Pump someone's gas Hand out water at outdoor event Cut someone’s grass Wash someone’s car Hand out quarters at Laundry Mat Deliver snack to school Send a note of encouragement to someone Take snack to Police Department Take bottled water to road crew Volunteer at Good News at Noon Keep someone’s children for a date night Cook supper for someone Take biscuits to work for the staff Volunteer at the Humane Society Spend time at a Senior Home Let someone go in front of you in line Take care package to local Fire Station Finish that project for your wife Give your husband a whole week without nagging Adopt a soldier to write to Send flowers “Just Because” Take your daughter/son on a special date night Host a neighborhood canned food drive Gather coats for the homeless * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Do something special for a staff member Spend time with someone elderly in your community Supply something meaningful for a single mom and her kids Change someone’s oil for free Clean someone’s home Unload someone’s groceries into their car Donate blood Donate your old clothes to Goodwill Buy someone tickets into a movie Give out popsicles to kids in the neighborhood Have a block party Have a cookout Do something special for a bus driver Tell a mom she is doing a great job Do something special for your employees Collect and stack firewood for someone Make cookies for the mail carrier Leave your change in a vending machine Leave a large tip for your server Carry someone’s books Clean your house Take brownies to the new neighbors Host a movie night Invite people you have never met over to swim Call someone you need to mend a relationship with * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DON’T JUST HEAR ABOUT...BE ABOUT IT Take someone’s mail to them Donate your Airline miles Support a missionary financially Make a financial gift to a charity in person Send a care package to your child’s dorm mates Carry off someone’s garbage Volunteer to help at a school Give out free balloons at a mall or park Hold umbrellas for people at stores during rain Give the gift of a smile Offer a free haircut to someone, if you cut hair Donate time at a Women’s shelter Give someone a Bible Pull weeds from a neighbor’s yard Give a hand-written note of thanks to your boss Pay off someone’s layaway Leave a copy of your favorite book for someone Take someone’s place in nursery Buy a coworker’s snack in the break room Send a free dessert to someone in a restaurant Forgive that person you are holding a grudge against Hold the door for someone Give up your seat at church Give your hair to locks of love Buy printer paper for your teachers Hand out snacks in the hospital waiting room * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Give away an “eat out” night to a couple who can’t afford it Pay for someone’s rental shoes at the bowling alley Commit to pray for someone facing an immediate challenge Upgrade someone on an airplane with your miles Put quarters in the car wash machines for people Do minor home repair for an elderly person Buy snacks for the nursery department Pay for someone’s manicure Buy an ice cream for someone Work someone’s shift for them Buy diapers for a mom with a baby Have a family KINDNESS challenge Volunteer to serve in the church Organize a crew to do a Day of Kindness Hand out stamps at the Post Office Pay for a person’s shipping at UPS or FEDEX Send the Bank Teller candy through the tube Buy a case of Lysol for your daycare Bring Gatorade to football practice Give away iTunes cards at a Children’s Hospital Help someone load their truck at Lowe’s/Home Depot Give away a free service to one of your clients this week Smile at someone 100 Ideas from Hopewell Baptist Church * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * More Ideas...
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Hicks' Page 4 of 9 Case 3:12-cv-00266-DPM Document 1 Filed 11/21/12 Page 5 of 9 neighbors had filed a complaint against Ms.
Each vehicle in the network periodically scans the received signals from its neighbors and uses the collected value to calculate the distance, the velocity, and the acceleration of its next hop which it receives data packets from.