Washington Heights 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. 

WHEN
October 25, 2014 at 1pm - 3pm
WHERE
Church of the Intercession
550 W 155th St
at Broadway
New York, NY 10032
United States
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59 RSVPS
Angel Vasquez Gertrude Erwin Erwin Jasmine Vasandani Vasandani Anthony Carrion Michelle Caines Manuel Lantigua Chelsey Roebuck William STANFORD JR AKA Mr.X Osi Kaminer David Huggins Sandra Goldmark Karla Kozak Diana Douglas Maximo Javier Raybblin Vargas Marlene Fusaris Deirdre McIntosh-Brown Carmen Quinones Hannah Lupien C. Stephen Sackey Sackey Feruze Zeko, MA, LMHC Barbara Frazier Heather Barker Alma Levin Teodulo Mateo Wendy Hilliard

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