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At 5:24pm on July 30, 2012, Andrea Ebner said…

Thank you so much for the warm welcome! I appreciate all of the hard work that was done to make sure School No. 16 was not closed for good! I look forward to participating in any way I can as we progress with renovations and planning for our return. My personal email address is aebe0717@yahoo.com. Thanks again!

At 1:45am on June 19, 2012, Andrea M Westmoreland said…

Thank you very much John

At 12:18am on June 19, 2012, Andrea M Westmoreland said…

Hello John,

Thank you for reaching out to me.  I am currently doing a service learning group project on block clubs in the SW quadrant.  We are also doing some asset Mapping.

I would love to use you as a resource if you do not mind.

At 2:53pm on May 9, 2012, Ashley Garcell said…

Thank you for the warm welcome, John! My husband and I are moving to Rochester from Florida, and we look forward getting involved in our new community. This website is a wonderful resource. Thank you for everything you do to keep it up and running!

At 8:47am on May 4, 2012, Eileen L. Fay said…

Thanks for welcoming me. I have friends in PLEX whom I frequently visit and would like to move there within the next few years, so I'm very interested in neighborhood developments. I also work at UR, which would make for a nice, short commute.

At 3:49pm on April 6, 2012, Barbara Warren said…

Dear John,

Thanks for the welcome. I have met Judi a few times, and probably you too. Looking forward to being more involved in the neighborhood.

At 1:35pm on March 24, 2012, Anne Tucker said…

Thank you for your nice welcome, John.  This website provides a great opportunity to share information about the issues that concern and effect our neighborhood.  

 

At 7:33am on February 12, 2012, Barb Sullivan said…

Thank You John~It would be great to get something going about the missing on here. Since ALonzo and Domonique are from the area and Brian last seen close to the 19th ward it could be helpful. Not to mention to educate the community that Missing Person's is a real problem. One that doesn't seem to be going away.

At 6:39am on January 31, 2012, John Suda said…

Thanks for the nice welcome, John.

At 7:29am on January 25, 2012, Joan Chapman said…

John, why are all the comments below, except mine, dated so long ago?

At 7:28am on January 25, 2012, Joan Chapman said…

The street is spelled with a G not a C.  Have a great day!

At 3:21pm on August 4, 2011, Bruce Tehan said…
Thanks John!
At 3:11pm on July 20, 2011, Karen Uber said…
Thanks for the Welcome!  I just realized after consulting with the geek of the household (Emilio), that our website is hosted on our home server, which hasn't been hooked up yet.  I'm hoping it will be up and running later this week!
At 7:45am on July 11, 2011, Joan Roby-Davison said…
Glad you're more creative than I am!  I don't think the group has a logo, although Katrina Rex was working on it.  Until I get something more formal, it looks good to me!
At 12:42pm on June 2, 2011, Susan Waltz said…
Thanks John.  I'm working on getting into this, time can be a factor though.
At 4:42pm on May 28, 2011, L. Francis Thomas said…

John, thank you for joining my group.  I hope that find my comments informative.  I believe that anything can be accomplished through mutual respect, a positive attitude, and accountability for all.  I look forward to meeting you for a face to face conversation.  I'm old school.

 

Lori

At 7:20pm on April 7, 2011, LaShay Harris said…
Sorry for my delay.
At 7:19am on January 12, 2011, Tony Karakashian said…
Thank you very much, John. I'm not seeing an option to subscribe to a digest.  Where do I find that?
At 9:13am on January 11, 2011, Luis Aponte said…

Thank you for putting out the welcoming mat.  I hope that by bringing us together, we can try to accomplish some goals collabortively. I feel that re-inventing the wheel is non-productive, and realizing that even though the city seperates the neighborhoods by grids, we all face the same issues with violence and poverty. This city is full of people that do care for their neighborhoods, and wish to promote the positive. Sector 3s biggest loss recently was your gain. 

When the city placed Susan B. Anthony on the Sector 4 books, it really bothered our group. The Susan B. Anthony group has always been a large voice for Sector 3 and  losing people like Dawn Noto and Barbara Hoffman  was the most difficult part of that seperation. You folks have inherited a pair of wonderful people that really care, and give all that they can to their community. I was Dawn Noto's co-chair until the "divorce", but we remain great friends. Thank you for your time.

 

Luis Aponte

Sector 3 Chair

At 6:48am on November 23, 2010, cappy collins said…
Thanks for the Welcome, John. I'm working with the pediatrics program at Strong and with SWAN to address parents' health needs regarding their children. Nice site you've got going here.
Cap

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ABOUT THE 19TH WARD

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