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STAKEHOLDERS FOR A SAFE GREEN VILLAGE BRINGS BACK “BLIGHT TO BRIGHT” STREET-SCAPE CLEAN-UP PROJECT IN THE NORTH LINCOLN AVENUE CORRIDOR

RICHARD ZAPPELLI, FORMER PRESIDENT OF WGNA, WILL BE ORGANIZING A GROUP OF NEIGHBORHOOD VOLUNTEERS TO HELP CLEAN-UP A BLIGHTED AREA OF NORTH LINCOLN AVENUE, NEAR DOWNTOWN WILLOW GLEN.

The work group will meet at Elements Apartments at Race Street at Parkmoor Avenue at 9:00am, as of Saturday 26 July 2014.   Fellow neighborhood residents are certainly welcome to drop-in and join the effort.

The clean-up site will be all along Lincoln Avenue, from Coe Avenue to Parkmoor Avenue. (click that line to see a map).

Debbie Cain, of Prometheus (a managing company for Elements), will be hosting a continental breakfast for volunteers at the lobby of the building.  Later, an after-clean-up lunch will be provided by Chris from Bertucelli’s La Villa Delicatessen.

Stakeholders for a Safe Green Village (aka, short name, “Stakeholders SGV”) is a long time group established in May 2009; whereas they now have a new Facebook Page, just launched as of mid-July 2014.

Richard Zappelli left Willow Glen Neighborhood Association back in May 2014, now to chair Stakeholders for a Safe Green Village.  Zappelli termed-out after nine years on the WGNA Board, last serving as President for the previous two years, from 2011 to 2014.   He is the founding chair of Stakeholders SGV, another group which he plans to develop, although it’s been established since 2009.

 

 

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