Monday, July 28, 2008
SNNA to Ask When the Plastic Comes off
Tonight's Salemtown Neighbors Neighborhood Association was puncuated by some sense of accomplishment with word that the Bredesen Administration had reversed course and apparently decided to put in emergency speaker boxes at Bicentennial Mall State Park in the wake of last September's sexual assault. However, the membership also expressed concerns about how the state handled requests for changes and about how constituents were treated. It authorized its leadership to write follow-up letters to the Parks Commissioner, State Senator Thelma Harper, and State Representative Mary Pruitt to try to find out when and whether the boxes will come on line and to continue to express its concerns to government leaders.
Posted by S-townMike at 7/28/2008 10:08:00 PM
Labels: Community Organizing, Crime, Neighborhoods, Parks, State Government
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