Skip Kelly, Ed Shadid to host joint town hall meeting
Here’s the skinny from the city:
The community is invited to a joint town hall meeting hosted by Ward 2 Councilman Ed Shadid and Ward 7 Councilman Skip Kelly at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 30 at Trinity Baptist Church, 320 NW 79th.
The meeting will address issues faced by residents living in neighborhoods located between Pennsylvania and Broadway and from Wilshire to NW 122. A few of the largest neighborhoods in this six-mile area include Western Village, Chisholm Creek, Britton, Pied Piper, North Highlands/Estes Park, Mustard Seed and Chisholm Village.
According to Councilman Shadid, the goal of the meeting is to educate and empower residents by giving them to tools to help prevent crime and reduce the number of nuisance properties along their streets.
Police Major Willard Paige will discuss safety challenges such as crime in neighborhoods, noise violations and calls for service responded to by the Police Department.
Code Enforcement manager Charles Locke will address combating code violations and how to deal with properties owned by absentee landlords and boarded up homes.
“It’s critical that we work together to clean up our neighborhoods and protect our property values,” Councilman Skip Kelly said. “Revitalization is achievable, but it’s going to take everyone’s help.”
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