Erie anti-violence plans proceed without Neighborhood Watch Council
Neighborhood revitalization has been a goal of Erie's anti-violence initiative since the Erie County District Attorney's Office and the U.S. Attorney's Office helped launch the ambitious project in 2011.
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#1 Dec 6, 2013
another big fat waste of money and a bad joke
#2 Dec 6, 2013
Is the district attorney going to start revitalizing neighborhoods now? is that his job? Is the DA's office going to do economic development projects, rehab old houses, fix roads, etc.? I thought we had a whole city department for that. But what do I know.
#3 Dec 6, 2013
Incidently, the city has spent millions of dollars on Parade Street and in downtown to, uh, revitalize those areas. And which areas have the most crime? Parade Street and downtown.
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