Upper West Side Neighborhood Assembly

How would you spend $1 million in your neighborhood? Attend a neighborhood assembly and tell us how. This is your chance to tell us what should be built in your community. If you would like to propose a project, make sure to attend. 

October 22, 2014 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
The Children’s Aid Society
885 Columbus Ave
at 104th Street
New York, NY 10025
United States
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Jack Sztrigler · · 212-928-6814
Jasmine Vasandani Vasandani Sharon Bahus Anthony Carrion Bob Leonard James Burke Jay Holmes Martin Wallace William STANFORD JR AKA Mr.X Carmen Quinones Ron Bruno Laura Friedman Wally Reinhardt Peter Bazeli Deirdre McIntosh-Brown Jennifer Nitzky Amanda Bayley Elizabeth Servetar George and Doris Campbell Sandra Roche Albin Konopka Neal H. Hurwitz Nancy Anderson

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  • Jasmine Vasandani Vasandani
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    Please RSVP: Upper West Side Neighborhood Assembly
  • Martin Wallace
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  • William STANFORD JR AKA Mr.X
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  • Carmen Quinones
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  • Ron Bruno
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  • Laura Friedman
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  • Deirdre McIntosh-Brown
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    How would you spend $1mil for the UWS? Please RSVP & join me to hear/ voice ideas: Upper West Side Neighborhood Assembly
  • Jennifer Nitzky
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  • Amanda Bayley
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  • Elizabeth Servetar
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  • @delaney46 tweeted link to this page. 2014-09-14 13:37:55 -0400
  • George and Doris Campbell
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  • Sandra Roche
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  • Albin Konopka
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  • Neal H. Hurwitz
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  • Nancy Anderson
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