West Harlem Neighborhood Assembly

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

WHEN
October 09, 2014 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
George Bruce Library
518 W 125th St
at Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027
United States
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82 RSVPS
Oscar Abello Narda Carrion Hernandez Veronica Tyson-Strait Tiffany Khan Shameek Robinson Ruther Miller Elizabeth Mellen Chelsey Roebuck Derrick Haynes Hugo Ortega Gwendolyne Black Black Gillian Rogers Rogers Alessia Valfredini Roy Secord mary fenner Assetou Sy Traore Luz Sosa William STANFORD JR AKA Mr.X Maya Gutierrez Deborah Hall Scott Larson David Huggins Yolounda Bennett-Reid Skip Delano Delano Frank Alvarado C. Stephen Sackey Sackey Sandra A Garcia-Betancourt, MFA Sonia Toledo Janice Berthoud Deirdre McIntosh-Brown Stanley Fritz Rashmi Chugani Ian Schnirman Maritta Dunn Jonathan Schienberg Simon Thoresen

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  • Oscar Abello
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  • Assetou Sy Traore
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  • William STANFORD JR AKA Mr.X
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  • Yolounda Bennett-Reid
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  • Skip Delano Delano
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  • Frank Alvarado
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  • C. Stephen Sackey Sackey
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  • Sandra A Garcia-Betancourt, MFA
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