Monday, October 30
6:45 Hampden Library
Vote on the Flamingosaurus proposal by midnight, Thursday, Sept. 28. Note: HCC Members only. If you pay dues by Thursday, your vote counts.
Senior/Students: $10 Annually
Next Meeting's Agenda:
How to apply for a Love Your Block grant.
Local artist Randall Gornowich about his proposal for the Flamingosaurus at Roosevelt Park.
We'll take a vote during the meeting about the HCC formally supporting the proposal.
Please note that everyone is most welcome to attend our meetings; only those who have paid 2023 dues may vote.
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The simple fact is that when the city looks for input on projects that effect our neighborhood - when the big decisions need to be made in Hampden - they don´t ask Bob down the street, they ask the Hampden Community Council. The HCC is the voice for everyone in Hampden: homeowners, businesses, teenagers, seniors, newcomers and old-timers alike. EVERYONE. We want and need you to be a part of Hampden´s voice.
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