Tonight’s Park View UNC Meeting Focuses on Rats, Community Block Party, & Bruce-Monroe Site
The September Park View UNC Meeting is tonight at the Park View Recreation Center from 7-8 p.m. The two items on the agenda should be of interest to many in the community as they are:
- Rodent Control; and,
- Bruce-Monroe Park
According to their announcement on the listserv:
Rats are a longstanding problem in Park View. Like any animal, they need shelter, water, and food to survive. Learn how to get the city to help you and your neighbors control the rat population on your street by making conditions less attractive for rodents.
The Park View United Neighborhood Coalition has not taken a position on what should happen to the former site of Bruce-Monroe Elementary School (currently a temporary park). At the September meeting, we will discuss what members want for the park, so the UNC can advocate for that goal.
Additionally, the 3rd annual Park View UNC block party is scheduled for September 12 from 2-6 pm. If you are interested in volunteering with the set up and other jobs, you can do so by contacting Elanor Starmer (elanor (dot) starmer (at) gmail). Donations are also being accepted via the Park View UNC Web site.Explore posts in the same categories: Community Meetings
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