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The East Warren / Cadieux Neighborhood Plan is a plan of action, backed by dedicated funding resources, to guide future growth and investment in the neighborhood....
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Here the the EEV GFL pickup schedule for 2020. Trash cans can be put out the evening before after 6pm and should be pulled back behind your home after pick up by 6pm. Please remember if there is a holiday...
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From the voices of Tom Milano and Nancy Weigandt, “it takes a huge effort and many volunteers to hold an event like this”. Despite a little drizzle throughout the day, there was lots of sunshine inside the hoop house where...
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On Monday, September 30, an enthusiastic and optimistic group of people from our three communities – East English Village, Morningside and Cornerstone Village – gathered on the campus of Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church awaiting the good news. What a...
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Warren Tool Library recently partnered with United Healthcare and non-profit KaBOOM to build a new and improved playspace at Detroit Prep. Extensive research has shown that play is a critical component in a child’s learning process. Through play time, students...
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The annual elections of the East English Village officers and street reps will be held on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at the association’s general meeting. The elected positions are: President, 1st Vice President,2nd Vice President, Treasurer, Recording Secretary, and Street...
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On Saturday, June 15, the Eastside Community Network provided an enjoyable, interesting and fun tour touching on many of the eastside development projects in which ECN played a role. Donna Giv- ens, President, and Orlando Bailey, Chief Development Officer, served...
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Dear EEV, I am excited to announce the kick-off of The Com- edy Commons, a project I’ve been working on for the past few months. In partnership with the Friends of the Alger Theater, I will be developing a workshop...
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