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Tansy Harris
· November 30, 2016
I couldn't ask for a better community. One of the largest collections of various housing styles you will find anywhere in north america. such a treasure.
Kim Skeltis
· May 17, 2015
As a first-time HH Home Tour-goer this past weekend, I was blown away by the beautiful homes - but most importantly, the warm hospitality of the docents, neighbors and home owners! Thank you for opening up your neighborhood to others and sharing the beauty of your historic district.
Debbie Grey
· May 24, 2016
This was my second of what will no doubt be many tours. I'm already excited to find out which homes we will be able to see next year!
Vicki Steele
· May 22, 2016
It was a first for my Daughter in-Love and I... We had a great time and plan to be back next year :-)
Dennis DeLano-Taylor
· April 23, 2015
So fortunate to have an active association in our neighborhood!
Tom Frens
· March 27, 2015
I haven't met many folks from this neighborhood but I love the historic homes there! Can't wait for the tour in May!
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This is a great tip. Always be aware of your surroundings friends.

Ashley Hardacre 's instincts told her she might be in danger.

When you walk to your car in the middle of the night and you see something strange sitting on the windshield, your first instinct is probably to look at it or remove it.
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Bear the cat was lost in the area of College/Lyon (Antisdel Pl, specifically). She has long black fur and is very much loved. Please share and keep your eyes out.

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Look at all these amazing speakers at the upcoming Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit! We are proud to have our very own CPO/Community Organizer Tansy Harris speaking on the subject of Block Clubs!

Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit added 23 new photos to the album: 2017 Workshop Presenters — with Shannon 'Ingram' Cohen and 3 others in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

There is an amazing line up of workshop presenters for the #2017GRSummit. We thank them for sharing their wisdom, insight and time with the Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit and for their work in and with community. Visit www.grcity.us/summit for more information on the event.

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Heritage Hill Association updated their cover photo.
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Thanks Get the Lead Out Grand Rapids for stopping in today to give us some brochures on a great repair program here in GR to help make your home Lead Safe. Let us know if you have any questions!

The Kent County Health Department is responsible for continually assessing the health of the community and ensuring that certain services are available and accessible for its citizens.
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more info on that new small house going in on Pleasant.

In my last post, I discussed the shrinking size of multifamily units and how that was just as reflective of a shift toward studios and one bedroom
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Tonight is our Heritage Hill Association Meeting at Mercy Health Saint Mary’s Campus, Hauenstein Center, 220 Cherry SE, H1 Community Room (main floor, turn left at the first hall and first room on your left). Neighbors are welcome to attend. If you want an item placed on the Board agenda, you need to call or email the HHA office at 616-459-8950/heritage@heritagehillweb.org before 4:00 pm of the second Tuesday of the month. If you want to address the Board regarding an agenda item, public comment is taken at the beginning of each meeting. For non-agenda items, public comment is taken at the end of each meeting. Typically Board meetings last until 8:30 to 9:00 pm. Feel free to come at 6:30 for our meet and greet with our Board Members.

Providing neighbors a way of collectively building a healthy, historically preserved community in which people can live and work in a stable environment.
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