NWCHCA Community Public Forum on Crime & Public Safety Tonight

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From an email:

Northwest Columbia Heights Community Association (NWCHCA) Community Public Forum on Crime & Public Safety
Monday, June 21, 2010
St Stephens and the Incarnation Episcopal Church
1525 Newton Street NW (Downstairs Dining Room)
7 to 8:30 PM

Details after the jump.

Small Group Discussion Leaders:

ANC1A Chair Bill Brown: Neighborhood Watch: Be a Block Captain!
ANC1A08 Commissioner Cliff Valenti: Community Impact Statements: Closing the “Revolving Door”
ANC1A05 Commissioner William Jordan: Columbia Heights: Who We Are and What We Hope For
NWCHCA Block Captain Mike Runyan: Nuisance Properties: What to Do? Where to Turn?
NWCHCA Neighbor Matthew Cunningham: Crime & Cleanliness Issues at the ExxonMobil Station
In Da Streets Inc. CEO Landy Thompson: How Do We Engage At-Risk-Youth In the Community
NWCHCA Block Captain Pat Mara: Topic TBD
NWCHCA Block Captain Brandon Declet: (not confirmed): City Services & Repairs: Getting from Requests to Results
Director of Latino Affairs (CM Jim Graham’s Office) Jackie Reyes (or designate): Increasing Awareness and Social Conscience about Latino Robberies

As we did last time, let’s sit right down into our small groups. Please try to come a few minutes early, help yourself to some refreshments and find the table of your choice so that we can start on time. Instead of having the sign-in table in front, we’ll have separate sign-in sheets for each small group table. Please be sure to sign-in and give your e-mail address, especially if you’re not already on NWCHCA’s mailing list.

The plan for timing (if all goes well).

7:00 PM: Opening Remarks & Announcements – Cecilia Jones & others
7:10 PM: Begin Small-Group Discussions
7:40 PM: Ten-minute warning – jot down your points for the summary presentation. List follow-up actions if any.
7:50 PM: Ten-minute break
8:00 PM: Small-Group Presentations (about 2 minutes each and a few minutes of questions/discussion from the audience
8:30 PM (may run late if there’s much discussion): Wrap up & goodbye.

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