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National Night Out Plans To Break The Delmar Divide
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National Night Out Plans To Break The Delmar Divide

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MEDIA ADVISORY FOR OCTOBER 2, 2018

 

For more information contact:

 

Judith Arnold- 314.305.1661

arnold.judith@yahoo.com

Eric Kyser – (402) 238-6891

kysline@aol.com        

 

“NATIONAL NIGHT OUT,” PLANS TO “BREAK THE DELMAR DIVIDE”

 

Residents north and south of Delmar Boulevard, are coming together on National Night Out, Tuesday, October 2, 2018. The streets will be blocked off for this historic evening.

National Night Out is a nationwide event established to generate participation in local anti-crime programs. The event is sponsored by the residents in support of a North Central Special Business District. Here, residents will learn about new and updated proposals for the area, including:

·                 North Central Special Business District

·                 Hodiamont Tracks Greenway Study

 

Residents will have a chance to engage with city officials and neighborhood leaders about crime issues.  Then afterward enjoy festivities, food, and speak with housing assistance providers.

What:   “National Night Out,” “Breaking the Delmar Divide”

 

When:   5 p.m. Speakers

                  6 p.m. Social Time

 

Where: Speakers at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, 4300 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO

              Social is outside in the 4200 block of Delmar Boulevard

Who:    Invited Speakers

  Terry Kennedy, Alderman of Ward 18

  Residents of the proposed North Central Special Business District

  Elizabeth Simmons, Great Rivers Greenway

  Colonel John W. Hayden, Jr., Saint Louis Metropolitan Police                       

For more information, contact the above persons or North Central Special Business District Media Relations Department at https://northcentralsbd.wordpress.com/

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The North Central Special Business District is a community strategy to enhance safety and security, infrastructure, marketing and beautification on both sides of Delmar.  The boundaries are Taylor Avenue to Vandeventer Avenue, Lindell Boulevard to Finney Avenue.

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