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City Connection - Chief Lehman joins Mayor Bliss for in-studio discussion about Fire Department, related issues

by (GRTV)

Submitted 12-02-2019 under NONPROFITS

Every month, Mayor Bliss or a representative from the city will be open to all questions sent in during or in anticipation of her live on-air show "City Connection." The mayor will respond to citizen questions submitted by calling in, emailing...

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Formal public hearing set to explore implications of police body cameras

by (erictank)

Submitted 12-09-2014 under NEWS

Last week concerned citizens gathered at City Hall for the City Commission meeting to address the LINC Community Revitalization proposal to enact public policy that would require patrol officers to wear body cameras. Darel Ross, Co-Executive...

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Free workshop connects residents to public safety resources

by (crestongr)

Submitted 05-20-2014 under NONPROFITS

By Diane Ensley Creston Neighborhood Association held a Public Safety workshop on April 29th at Berean Baptist Church.  The evening started with a great meal provided by the Red Jet CafĂ©. After dinner we had a great workshop discussing ways to...

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Downtown Ambassadors strive to improve quality of life

by (Marjorie Steele)

Submitted 11-27-2013 under NEWS

Most of us who live or work downtown have seen them: the Downtown Ambassadors. They’re easy to find on segway, bike or foot in their teal polos with white “info” logos on their shoulders. The question buzzing around town is: what...

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Annual block captain's dinner focuses on safety

by (crestongr)

Submitted 05-14-2012 under OPINION

By: Akilah F. What community activities can you do for your block? An extravagant dinner was held at Berean Baptist Church on April 17th in recognition of those members of the community that contribute to its safety. Invites were sent out...

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[MIDTOWN] Annual meeting and board elections

by (MidtownGR)

Submitted 10-15-2010 under NONPROFITS

Correction: This article originally stated 6 p.m. as the start time. The meeting actually begins at 7 p.m.   On Monday, Oct. 18, Midtown residents, community members and stakeholders from the neighborhood business district will be meeting...

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