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Kemeisha Lawrence 20h
These pocket are attractive, low-maintenance, and encourage connection among residents.
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Dr. Walter Sims 44m
Do you have a real estate problem? Do you need an immediate solution? Please contact our office ASAP 205 225 9757!
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Wesley Community HTX 18h
Our Mission is to invest in the potential of individuals and to create opportunities that strengthen families and build .
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Angie Klocke 16h
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Holybot Mar 25
Holy neighborhoods!
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R.O.C. Homeless Ministry 14h
We are now collecting non-perishable food for in great need. We also are starting outreaches in that are in great need of help. We greatly appreciate any donations! Contact Merina Gray 407-749-4400
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MurpeaT Mar 27
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should also be given advisories and restrictions.
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Shalom, Inc. Mar 27
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m/Oppenheim ORG Mar 26
: Heather Williams, Program Manager of Building Better Neighborhoods, discusses facilitating growth in by supporting members in all their ventures.
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Xavier L. Suarez Mar 28
"Another study found that Miami-Dade County residents living in the greenest neighborhoods had a 25% lower risk of heart attack..." Thanks to Miller School of Medicine & to Chris Crystal who shared the article with me.
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Otis White 22h
Why Shaker Heights is worried: Health officials in Cleveland have released Covid-19 stats by ZIP code. They show that the virus is concentrated in some … but perhaps not the ones you’d expect.
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CTEforSpecialPops Mar 27
San Antonio hold through
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CityFitted Mar 23
followthebay with make_repost ・・・ From @_cityfitted_ - in the past few years we've been witnessing the of our homes and but the one thing that can't be is our…
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DeSota Wilson 23h
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Otis White Mar 27
“It’s new, but I think it’s working”: One small silver lining of the Great Shutdown is that people are discovering as a stress reliever … and a way of learning about their neighborhoods. This is true even for … teenagers.
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John W. Carlson Mar 26
“1290” 2020 3x5” pen on paper @ Lakewood, Ohio
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LisaJ Mar 27
They hadnt been outside in days and hadnt noticed the bear outside our own door 🐻🏠
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Otis White Mar 27
"I’m working from home and this gives me more opportunity to be involved with my community”: One by one, neighborhood leaders are reaching out to elderly residents and organizing the able-bodied to help seniors weather the Great Shutdown.
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Imagine Cities Mar 29
Code enforcement programs may be the path to addressing issues like deteriorating homes, vacant properties, and neighborhood decline.
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Vienna Unwrapped Mar 26
Once, officials aimed at equalizing the city's tourist streams by promoting . No need for that now. But connecting with 's 23 districts and its best neighborhoods is a valid aim on its own. Start virtually.
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