Neighborhood Network aims to revitali...

Neighborhood Network aims to revitalize Erie's Little Italy neighborhood

There are 17 comments on the Erie Times News story from Dec 11, 2011, titled Neighborhood Network aims to revitalize Erie's Little Italy neighborhood. In it, Erie Times News reports that:

In the past 18 months, she's added more vegetables and low-calorie food to her diet and to that of the 5-year-old nephew she cares for.

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norma ray

Norwalk, OH

#1 Dec 12, 2011
if the Italians would develop an insatiable hunger for eggplants that neighborhood would be revitalized overnight.
yoo hoo

Fairfield, OH

#2 Dec 12, 2011
norma ray wrote:
if the Italians would develop an insatiable hunger for eggplants that neighborhood would be revitalized overnight.
I hate it when you make me LOL.
HAHA

Erie, PA

#3 Dec 12, 2011
yOU ARE A WORTHLESS B ITCH!
norma ray wrote:
if the Italians would develop an insatiable hunger for eggplants that neighborhood would be revitalized overnight.
TaxNoMore

United States

#5 Dec 12, 2011
Little Tibet
Spear Chuck R

Erie, PA

#6 Dec 12, 2011
And the monkeys are dumping their trash off there. Nice to see the blacks are pitching in to help too. Want to improve any neighborhood? Get rid of the monkeys!!
curiousgeorge

Waterford, PA

#7 Dec 12, 2011
if you want to revitalize Little Italy get the ITALIANS back in there, from the 20's through the late 60's you never had what you have in there now another shining example of what the Fair Housing Act, and Integration can do for a neighborhood.
Paul

Hermitage, PA

#9 Dec 12, 2011
"Three companies -- Eriez Magnetics, Northwest Savings Bank and Saint Vincent Health System -- are each giving the Neighborhood Network $50,000 a year for five years.

The recent $750,000 commitment is part of the state's Neighborhood Partnership Program that gives the businesses tax credits for the donations."

But I thought St. Vincent Hospital was a non-profit.
What do they need tax credits for?
Ralph Malph

Cleveland, OH

#10 Dec 12, 2011
The only way to restore the area is to EXTERMINATE the population in that area.That is the honest truth but everyone is afraid to say it publicly.
lemons to lemonade

Stow, OH

#11 Dec 12, 2011
Ralph Malph wrote:
The only way to restore the area is to EXTERMINATE the population in that area.That is the honest truth but everyone is afraid to say it publicly.
Put several trailer parks in that area and then change the name to "millcreek". Problem solved.
Ike and mike

United States

#12 Dec 12, 2011
The Racist wrote:
<quoted text>
But if we just give the blacks and hispanics more money they could improve their lives and their neighborhoods.Problem solved!
More caddys and drugs will do it,don't forget the big chrome rims also.
Ralph Malph

Cleveland, OH

#13 Dec 12, 2011
lemons to lemonade wrote:
<quoted text>Put several trailer parks in that area and then change the name to "millcreek". Problem solved.
Brilliant! Nobody mentions Millcreeks "Unmentionables". They have their own problems with the white trash trailer parks and the "wiggers" up at granada. As well as the fake asian Joe Ku-g-wa who answers to Emperor Hirohito "brian"Magrath, the man in charge of the Nagasaki-like nuclear bombed out side streets.
Crack Smoker

Harborcreek, PA

#14 Dec 12, 2011
Viva Italia!
jane goodall

Norwalk, OH

#16 Dec 13, 2011
they will evolve to a higher level...it will take a million years...but they will evolve
Ralph Malph

Cleveland, OH

#17 Dec 13, 2011
Exterminate! Exterminate! Exterminate!(spoken in a robot voice)
stupid

South Dayton, NY

#19 Dec 13, 2011
lemons to lemonade wrote:
<quoted text>Put several trailer parks in that area and then change the name to "millcreek". Problem solved.
Question...would you rather live in millcreek or in the old little italy?

Its a pretty easy answer.
mandela

United States

#21 Oct 13, 2012
Little italy..ha more like little africa..or little mexico...should of dumped those pesticides across little africa instead of presque isle...italians have moved upward and onward...monkey island cage it in charge admission...
desmond morris

Clyde, OH

#22 Oct 14, 2012
Line Breeding and evolution has developed a lead resistant strain of urban chimps. The dagos need bigger bullets or magnesium projectiles to take back their turf. The next issue is how to get the dagos out of millcreek.

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