United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council (UNNC) July 2010 report

A concern over a push by local developers to become more of a force on the United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council (UNNC) had local residents rallying.  Their aggressive outreach with flyer’s and recommendation sheets paid off with a record turnout, (placing them in the top ten turnouts citywide) and with all of their recommendations elected. Out of the 6 UNNC areas, Area 2, Harvard Heights and West Adams Heights/Sugar Hill, had the largest turnout.

 

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