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Neighborhoods and Development: Can We Co-exist?

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North Jersey Neighborhoods Connected

Neighborhoods and Development: Can We Co-exist?

Several neighborhood associations from Northern NJ have grouped together to offer a small, free seminar at Bloomfield College on June 10th from 9am to 1pm.  

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The theme of the conference is:  "Neighborhoods and Development: Can We Co-exist?"  and will feature speakers on transit-oriented development, using the media, case studies, etc.   Northern NJ neighborhood association members, or those thinking of starting an association are invited to attend this seminar, and to meet members from other towns.    Use the eventbrite link for more information and to register:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/neighborhoods-and-development-can-we-co-exist-tickets-32376475911

or, google the words:  "Eventbrite, North Jersey Neighborhoods Connected" to get to the link.

Starts: 06/10/2017 at 9:00am

Ends: 06/10/2017 at 1:00pm

Address: Bloomfield College

Venue: Westminster Hall, Room 110

City: Bloomfield

Zip Code: 07003

State: NJ

Contact Person: David KRAIKER

Email: academyheightsnj@gmail.com

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