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Pettaway N.A. Meeting Thursday, February 21st, 6pm to discuss plans for Job Corps building with potential new owners
Pettaway N.A. will have it’s monthly Association meeting, 6pm, Thursday, February 21, 2013 at the East Broadway Alert Center (500 East 21st Street at Commerce Street). At this meeting Dr. Julius Larry III, representative for The Paradise Group LLC/Paradise Victory Cathedral World Ministries (Houston, TX) will their plan (Ida B. Wells Home For Pregnant Girls) for the old Job Corps Building. Currently, a sign affixed on the building states “sale pending” for the property. Come hear and share your thoughts regarding the potential new owners of the Job Corps building and their plan for it as well as other news and happenings in the community.
We look forward to seeing you.
Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 6pm is the first Pettaway Neighborhood Association Meeting of the Year! Come, bring your neighbor and friends and find out what good things have been taking place in your neighborhood. Snacks and Beverage will be shared at this meeting to celebrate our new year. Fellowship, get involved. Annual dues are $10 and although they are not mandatory for both your participation and representation they support your association. See you Thursday!
The Pettaway Neighhborhood Association will be meeting 6:00 p.m. Thursday, February 16, 2012 at the East Broadway Alert Center (the corner of Commerce Street and 21st Street). All Pettaway residents and friends are welcome.
Come meet your neighbors, share ideas, discover some of the exciting things taking place in the community, and volunteer. Door Prizes will be given away.
We the staff of East Broadway Alert Center which is located at 500 East 21 Street would like to welcome you to our neighborhood. The telephone number at the alert center is 501.376.3406. Now we are sure you are thinking to yourself, “what is a Neighborhood Alert Center?” Well a Neighborhood Alert Center is the heart of the city’s neighborhood alert system that consist of Neighborhood Businesses, Neighborhood Religious organizations, Resident Organizers or Associations, Neighborhood Facilitators, Resident Volunteers, Neighborhood Support Centers, Neighborhood Schools, and Civic groups.
Our center offers a variety of city services and resources directly to you as a resident. Our Alert Center serves as a link between City Hall and area residents, religious groups, businesses, schools, youth groups, neighborhood associations and civic organizations. By working together, citizens and community leaders can improve conditions in their neighborhoods and enrich the quality of life for themselves and their neighborhoods.
Neighborhood Alert Centers have been established in various neighborhoods throughout Little Rock with the primary purpose of enhancing the quality of life for residents by establishing safe, healthy and attractive neighborhoods. Neighborhood alert centers provide easy access to these basic city services such as:
ENVIRONMENTAL CODE ENFORCEMENT — Provides code enforcement and rental inspections on violations concerning environmental codes, deteriorating homes, abandoned cars, weed lots and trash. Your code enforcement officer’s name is Freddie Davis and his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
FACILITATOR — Provides access to resources for the prevention, intervention and treatment of various problems within the community for the residents, coordinates strategic planning for community work plans; opens the alert center for various meetings and events of area neighborhood associations, and other civic groups that assist in enhancing the community. The Facilitator works with businesses, churches and other entities to assist in improving conditions for the residents of the City of Little Rock. Your Facilitator’s name is Maggie Hawkins and I look forward to hearing from you and visiting with you and my email address is email@example.com.
COMMUNITY ORIENTED RELATIONS OFFICER — Provides overall safety and crime reduction through community policing by developing positive and visible relationships with neighbors. Your Community Oriented Relations Officers’ name is Officer Charles Nellum and his telephone number is 501.376.3406.
Community volunteers are an integral part of the success of each Alert Center. They work to strengthen Little Rock’s neighborhoods. Volunteer activities include:
- Neighborhood Clean-Ups
- Neighborhood Association Meetings
- Block Parties
- Other activities that residents plan for the benefit of community.
Our motto for our community is “together we can continue to build a safer and a stronger community. Drop by the center, call with your questions and be the community you want to see.