Long Island's Civic Associations

Long Island's Civic Associations

There are 1 comment on the TheCommunityAlliance.org story from Apr 24, 2009, titled Long Island's Civic Associations. In it, TheCommunityAlliance.org reports that:

Catalysts for change. Liaisons between residents and their representatives. Often, the closest things 'we the people' have to local government itself.

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New York, NY

#1 Apr 30, 2009
My local Civic Association is totally run by the members/supporters of one party and has become quite political.

They push their agenda and ignore other opinions.

It's no wonder they've been loosing membership every year and the residents have become disengaged.

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