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Neighborhood Associations (e-Document) , [PDF]

Neighborhood Associations (e-Document) , [PDF]

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This report examines how Asheville, N.C.; Eugene, Oreg.; Durham, N.C.; Little Rock, Ark.; and Arlington County, Va., use neighborhood association to enhance residents' quality of life. ...
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Neighborhood associations are partners of local governments—in participatory planning, community policing, and conservation—and they provide flexibility and responsiveness as they bring people together to assist local governments in shaping communities. This report examines how Asheville, N.C.; Eugene, Oreg.; Durham, N.C.; Little Rock, Ark.; and Arlington County, Va., use neighborhood associations to enhance residents’ quality of life. The summary addresses administrative issues such as institutional support for neighborhood associations and neighborhood-based service delivery, economic issues such as funding and cost-effectiveness, and political issues such as city–neighborhood association relations, incentives, coordinating groups, and political implications of powerful neighborhood associations.

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