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The city is launching its fourth Neighborhood Impact Initiative, focusing on the West Acre and East Pawtucketville neighborhoods simultaneously. (A great idea!) These areas have “similar urban densities, a strong connection via the Textile Memorial Bridge and a growing university presence on both sides of the river,” so I applaud the city for thinking outside of neighborhood “boxes” to approach this latest neighborhood initiative holistically.
Details at the above link on the CM’s blog. Looking forward to seeing what comes of it.
For those who have benefited from the previous initiatives, what did you experience? I’d like to know what you think of this program now that we’ve seen a few years of it.
(Via Paul Marion on Facebook.)
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