Nottingham Neighbourhood Network information meeting

nottingham-neighbourhood2Some residents in the Nottingham subdivision of Bedford are wondering, “what would it take for our great neighbourhood to stay great, safe, and secure?” and “how can we get some neighbourhood improvement projects going?”
The realities of busy and active lives make it difficult to sustain large neighbourhood initiatives.

HRM now offers many new programs and services to support great neighbourhoods.

Everyone is invited to a short meeting on June 18th to implement the City Watch program and establish other initiatives.

The meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the Community Room of the Bedford Superstore, with presentations by HRM Police, staff, and Bedford councillor
Tim Outhit.

Residents will learn about City Watch, Neighbourhood Watch, Neighbourhood Bulletin Board, and a Home Owner’s Association. After the presentations, those interested can stay for discussions.

Residents of the Nottingham subdivision received a personal invitation, but the meeting is open to anyone from the area.

For more information contact Tom Servaes at 116 Nottingham Street.
7pm to 7.45pm.

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