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Neighborhoods Work!
Building a Plan for a More Liveable Albany

A full-day seminar engaging residents, neighborhood associations, community
leaders and elected officials in developing an actionable plan for a better

Saturday, November 18, 2000
First Lutheran Church
646 State Street, Albany

Sponsored by the Council of Albany Neighborhood Associations 
and the Neighborhood Resource Center.

Schedule of Events

8:30 a.m. Registration
9:00 Welcome
Jerry Jennings, Mayor, City of Albany
9:10 Keynote Address
Paul Bray, President, Albany Roundtable
10:00 First Series of Concurrent Panels/Workshops
11:00 Second Series of Concurrent Panels/Workshops
12:00 - 1:00 Lunch (included)
1:00 p.m. Results of Quality of Life survey conducted June,
Prepared by David Phaff with assistance from
the University at Albany
1:30 Reports and feedback from morning Panels/Workshops
Moderated by Todd Swanstrom
3:00 Adjourn

The Council of Albany Neighborhood Associations, commonly known as CANA, is
a nonpartisan federation of neighborhood associations and related
organizations that was founded in 1976.
Chair: Marggie Skinner (H) 489-5311

The Neighborhood Resource Center is a not-for-profit, 501c3 corporation.
President: Gene Solan 462-5636


* Your Neighborhood Association: Organize it -- Revitalize it! 
Harold Rubin 434-0855

* Historic Preservation: Protecting the Irreplaceable
Clare Yates 449-1160

* Neighborhood Businesses: The Heart of Our Community
Mary Connair 463-7605

* Community Policing: Keeping Our Streets Safe and Clean
Steve Winters 432-0797

* Schools: Learning to Do Better
Howie Stoller 489-8636

* Home Ownership: Key to Our Future
Colin McKnight 434-6106

* Universities, Colleges, Neighbors: Partners in Progress
Tom Gebhardt 442-3130

* Opportunities for Youth: Investing in Tomorrow, Today
Elfrieda Textores 434-4926

* It's the Economy... : Heritage Tourism and Cultural Resources
Carol Wallace 462-1550

* Transportation: The Path to Success
Ivan Vamos