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What Is Your Neighborhood Council Doing Now?

What Is Your Neighborhood Council Doing Now? More Than You Can Imagine. Northridge West Neighborhood Council (NWNC) has been actively working on several projects to create a healthier, more sustainable community. Tampa Medians Going Green NWNC President Peter Lasky, NWNC Beautification Committee member Debbie Penman and Northridge Sparkle’s Don Larson …

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NWNC Invites National Park Service Rep to Educate Public about Coyotes

By Peter Lasky At the July 12 General Meeting of the Northridge West Neighborhood Council (NWNC), National Park Service Urban Land Conservation Specialist Cathy Schoonmaker spoke to residents and business owners about coyotes sightings and behaviors. “Coyotes are attracted to urban areas because [intentionally or not] we provide food and …

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Northridge West: Serving the Community One Block at a Time

as seen in the “Community Connection”… Before: Chris Williams, an Associate with RE/MAX Olsen and Associates and a former NWNC board member, stands by overgrown foliage on Plummer Street.  After: The same section of Plummer Street after Operation Clean Sweep was there. If you’ve noticed your neighborhood is cleaner with less …

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Elections 2016 Results

Northridge West Neighborhood Council held elections for six seats on Saturday April 9, 10am-2pm at Topeka Charter School, 9815 Topeka Dr. Voting was conducted online and in person. Thank you to all who voted. View Unofficial Results View list of Candidates  

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Vote in our Elections April 9

Northridge West Neighborhood Council will hold elections for six seats on Saturday April 9, 10am-2pm at Topeka Charter School, 9815 Topeka Dr. This election season will be conducted online. Voters may vote online March 19-April 9 or may sign up and vote in person a the polls. Voting at the …

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Sanitation Survey

Department of Sanitation is currently collecting data in order to gain a better understanding of the root cause of cleanliness issues in the City, and to better understand the expectations businesses and residents have of the Department. Individual survey responses are anonymous and will be used to create an effective …

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Will Citywide Wi-Fi Cause Cancer?

Citywide Wi-Fi was the topic of our January 12, 2016 meeting. Subject matter specialist Kevin Mottus was our speaker. He presented results of studies on the health impacts of radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation (RFR) from cell towers, cell phones and Wi-Fi devices. This technology has spread rapidly with little thought to …

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