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Finding Block Activists in Your Neighborhood

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  • Ed Schwartz
    Finding Block Activists in Your Neighborhood Members of the PhillyBlocks list are once again wrestling with the problem of getting Philadelphia More Beautiful
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      Finding Block Activists in Your Neighborhood

      Members of the PhillyBlocks list are once again wrestling with the problem of getting Philadelphia More Beautiful (PMBC) to share its block captain list with community groups.

      It won't. But it will send a mailing out to its list by zip code if a group supplies the mailing in stamped envelopes.

      But PMBC block captains aren't the only ones active on blocks.

      There are Committeepeople.

      There are members of Town Watch.

      The Finding Block Activists in Your Neighborhood page provides instructions on how to reach all these groups: Connect here.

      PhillyBlocks  will be building a network  of all of these activists in neighborhoods throughout the City--online and in person--consistent with the goals of our Civic Values Campaign.

      The Finding Block Activists in Your Neigbhborhood page is another step in this process.

      Ed Schwartz, Institute for the Study of Civic Values, 1218 Chestnut St.,
      Rm. 702, Philadelphia, Pa. 19107 215-238-1434 edcivic@...

      ISCV web site: http://www.iscv.org
      PhillyNeighborhoods.org: http://www.phillyneighborhoods.org
      PhillyNeighborhoods News Digest: Neighborhood News Updates
      Neighborhoods Online:National: http://www.neighborhoodsonline.net.

      "Citizenship is the American ideal. There may be an army of actualities
      opposed to that ideal, but there is no ideal opposed to that ideal."
                                     --G.K. Chesterton

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