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Do you live in Rochester's SouthWest Quadrant?
What Street (and location if not in the Quadrant)?
How long have you lived there?
2yrs 9 mos
Do you rent or own?
Do you plan on staying there?
Tell us about yourself:
I am a Rochesterian by birth and spent 2/3 of my life here and love it. I have mostly lived in the city by choice, and always as a renter. I bought my first house! last fall and moved here from the southwedge in Dec. 08. I have been involved in community related activities for over 25 years and look forward to continuing that in the 19thW. In the wedge, I organized my n'hood org called the Hickory Nuts, with a handful of neighbors and was its first President. Till recently, I was an active member of the Civilian Review Board (police-community complaints) for 20 years. I am a freelance grantwriter, which is how I make my living. It is work that I love, as I get to learn about and work with all kinds of nonprofits and people passionate about their missions. I am the new secretary of the SW PCIC, a position I held for 10 or so years with the Highland East Side PCIC. I look forward to meeting many of the residents in the 19th W and learning about the resources of the 19thW (restaurants, handymen, best stores to shop, etc.) and would appreciate hearing about such opportunities.

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Goodbye party for Shawn and Anthony

Posted on June 7, 2010 at 5:28pm 2 Comments

Reminder: gathering at 191 Winbourne Road 5-7pm tomorrow, Tuesday, June 8 to say goodbye to Shawn O'Hara and Anthony. A dish to pass would be great. Will have sausage on the grill.

Goodbye party for Shawn and Anthony

Posted on April 20, 2010 at 8:11am 3 Comments

Shawn, when are you leaving, exactly? We want to have a goodbye party for you?

Other's who are interested in helping please contact me. Mark suggested GV Park, that would be great, but I think the weather is still too iffy. I can offer my house/patio, though others may offer too. My space is medium.... I was thinking a dish to pass event and lots of appreciations for the master of the Loc 19. Feel free to call me too. 546 1469

Warm regards to all

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At 9:54am on June 28, 2014, Bill Nichthauser said…


Yesterday, Friday, June 27 on 1370 AM (WXXI), Evan Dawson interviewed someone who has a company in Greece.  He was talking about the dangers of coal tar in driveway sealants;  that Lowes and Home Depot no longer sell sealers with that ingredient.  Supposedly, one can get a podcast of the show.  It's called "1370 Connection."  I believe yesterday's show was "Innovation Friday." 

At 7:47pm on November 23, 2009, Leslie Locketz said…
MacClurg, the 19th of most months, Michael Warren Thomas and the 19th ward "foodies" eat at a different local restaurant. Occasionally, they do potlucks. I think the Association usually has the list of upcoming outings.
At 7:44pm on November 23, 2009, Leslie Locketz said…
Well, we've been here since 1982! I guess you know that since I believe you came to the housewarming party, which I think I did in 1983 on my 35th birthday. This social network seems to revolve a lot around feral cats. That's actually how I learned about it. Robin, from my dance class, is a cat woman.
At 11:07pm on October 24, 2009, Howard Ressel said…
HI I didn't know you lived in the 19th ward. How have you been doing? I have not done too much at the JCC, are you still ushering? I am house managing a few shows.
At 5:28am on July 30, 2009, Mark Sweetland said…
Her name is Kristin and maybe you had a typo. But I doubt she will have any problem with it, as it is all a matter of public record. Thank you very much, we would all like to be able to see what people have discussed or mentioned at these meetings. You could also post on the 19th Ward Yahoo group.

Thank you so much.
At 9:33pm on July 29, 2009, Mark Sweetland said…

With the posting on gang activity (news from our RPD CPO,) there have been positive responses as well as a request for a summary from PCIC meetings. Obviously all can't make these meetings due to conflicts, but there is interest. Would it be possible for you to post a summary on this blog? Everyone would appreciate it.


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