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Upcoming Events:

Jan. 26, 2019 – Mayoral Candidate Forum

This will be a great opportunity to engage with all of the Mayoral Candidates and also for the Mayoral Candidates to hear about the challenges and concerns of the community.

Jan. 30, 2019 – State of the Northeast Forum

Our second annual State of the Northeast Forum

Past Events:

Dec. 15, 2018 – Mattie Rhodes Holiday Breakfast

Hosted a breakfast meal for the community, and gave gifts to the youth. Tickets were available at Mattie Rhodes.

Oct. 13, 2018 – Northeast Fall Cleanup

Organized a neighborhood-wide cleanup. City dumpsters, and trash compactors were made available to participants/volunteers. Tire and glass recycling also made available.

Oct. 4, 2018 – NEAT Quality Affordable Housing Forum

Hosted a forum to open up a discussion in light of new policy in the works. Panel included a range of guests from Councilmen, to Developers.

Sep. 28, 2018 – Voter Registration

Collaborated with When We All Vote to help host a voter registration drive with our Topping branch being one of the locations.

Sep. 20, 2018 – NEAT 3rd Quarter General Meeting

Video link to, “Incentives and Public Institutions,” a dialogue between representatives from the Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City, Kansas City Public Library, Jackson County Community Health Fund, and Kansas City Public Schools about tax abatements drawing from general funds that would have otherwise funded those public institutions.

May. 15, 2018 – Historic Northeast Planning Session for Housing Policy

Informed participants about new housing policy being rolled out, and came up with platform to present to the city.

Apr. 28, 2018 – Northeast Spring Cleanup

Volunteers with trucks took to the streets and collected garbage bags that residents laid out for them. City dumpsters and compactors were made available for this event.

Jan. 30, 2018 – State of the Northeast Forum

Heard from local neighborhood leaders about accomplishments. And also gave neighborhood members a chance to ask our government officials pressing questions.

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