Blueprint for Neighborhoods
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- Executive Summary
- Community Visioning Sessions
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New York City will elect a new Mayor in 2013 who faces big questions and important choices. Informed by a series of community visioning sessions and the experience of its 38 member agencies, UNH has outlined a set of policy recommendations to inform the short-term priorities and long-range thinking of incoming City leaders in the first years of the next Administration.
The Blueprint for Neighborhoods highlights what our communities feel would make the greatest difference in their lives and outlines a path toward realizing a broader vision for a more equitable city that leverages the critical role of neighborhood-based organizations.
Affordable Housing and Preventing Homelessness
Immigrant Integration * Safety for All* Access to Affordable, Healthy Food
Goddard Riverside Community Center in the Upper West Side
New Settlement Apartments in South Bronx
Grand Street Settlement in the Lower East Side
Queens Community House in Queens community
United Community Centers in East Brooklyn
For more pictures from these community visioning sessions, visit our album here.