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October 2011 Community Meeting

posted Oct 10, 2011, 9:53 AM by Reid Serozi
Dear Mordecai CAC Community,

Are you ready for the next Community Meeting?

When: Tuesday 11th at 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Trinity United Methodist Church, 824 Bloodworth Street, Raleigh

FYI - Look for signs at the church for a new meeting room location on the main level, since our current meeting room will be used for voting.

Read this month's CAC newsletter.

Police Report

Officer Taylor will update the community regarding any new activities in the
  • Club VIP update
  • Video about Lock Take and Hide
Parks & Recreation Report (5 minutes)
Magazine Sales in the Neighborhood 
Presentation by Elise about the magazine crews and the issues these folks face.
High Speed Rail Update
New proposed rail plan looks to pass over boulevard and status update on the overall project.
Mobilizing Our Neighborhoods from the Inside Out -
The first step in reaching this goal is to identify businesses and organizations within the Mordecai CAC District so they may be mapped for viewing online. Learn how to get involved.

SeeClickFix 101
Encouraging residents to become active citizens in taking care of and improving their city by reporting non-emergency issues in their neighborhood. (Also known as "How to Report Street, Streetlight, And Sidewalk Problems")

Neighborhood Update
Share information about your neighborhood.


The Mordecai CAC Team

All residents north of Peace Street and south of Atlantic Avenue, between Brookside and West Street, belong to the Mordecai CAC. This area covers several downtown neighborhoods, including Mordecai, Oakdale, Pilot Mill, Capital Park, and East Mordecai.