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Neighborhood Leaders Schedule 2013
2013 Neighborhood Leaders Group Meetings
The Neighborhood Leaders Group provides residents with strategies and ideas to build better communities.
Participants learn and gain new insight by networking with neighborhood association board members, HOA and COA participants and volunteer program leaders.
As a group, the participants decide the topics they want to discuss at the meetings and set the agenda.
Meetings are open to the public and held monthly (except February and July) in the Development Services Building Conference Room 202 located at 5 County Complex Court in
Meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. with an optional social time for informal networking. The formal meeting begins at 7 p.m. with most sessions lasting 60 to 90 minutes. Participants are invited to continue networking and idea-sharing after the formal meeting.
Development Services Building, Room 202
5 County Complex Court, Woodbridge
6:30-7:00pm (Social Time)
Meet the new Neighborhood Coordinator,
Please bring your suggestions for future meeting topics
Annual Neighborhood Conference
(No Monthly NLG meeting)
“Planning for Year-Round Community Clean-Up Efforts and Recycling Programs” GUEST: Kiliaen Anderson, Executive Director, Keep Prince William Beautiful
“Addressing Illegal Roadside Signs in PWC” ~presented by Neighborhood Services Senior Property Code Enforcement Inspector Tracey O’Connor and Neighborhood Specialist Thea Rome
“The Board, the Broker, & the $750,000 Shortfall” presented by Sheyna Nicole Burt, Principal Burt & Peacock, PLC
Habitat for Humanity, Prince William ~ GUEST:
Traci DeGroat, President/CEO
NO NLG MEETING ~ SUMMER BREAK
“Neighborhood Watch & Crime Prevention”~ presented by PWC Police Officer Marcia Whaley
“Understanding Common Neighborhood Property Code Violations”~ presented by Senior Property Code Enforcement Inspectors Claire Firebaugh & Kelley Tyler
Project Mend-A-House, GUEST:
Andrea Saccoccia, Executive Director
2014 Neighborhood Conference Planning Session
NO NLG MEETING ~ WINTER BREAK
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