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University Heights Street Sale

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The University Heights Community is hosting its first ever Street Sale which will take place on Saturday,
May 13th, 2006 from 8 am to 3 pm. Over sixteen streets will be participating. Area Maps and Main Street Business Coupons will be available at participating resident Street Sale tables. Additional parking is available at Anderson Gallery (1 Martha Jackson Place, off of Englewood Avenue).
The Street Sale is brought to you by the University Heights Collaborative (www.myheights.org) and the generosity of our Main Street businesses and residents. Please join us rain or shine and discover what treasures await you in The Heights.
The University Heights Collaborative (UHC) circa 2005, is a community group composed of residents that live on the 16 streets West and South of the University at Buffalois Main Street campus. Here are a few of the beautification projects that UHC would like you to know about:


~ The UHC Beautification Committeeis TARGET PARKS plan focuses in 2006 on the park at Heath and Mildred. Stop by throughout the summer to see our progress!
~ GARDEN BUDDIES is a concept that asks the areais resident master gardeners to mentor other homeowners through the initial stages of starting a front yard garden, sharing not only plants, but guidance, inspiration, and a vision that sees the eventual doubling of gardens in the Heights.
~ T.R.A.S.H. (Together Revitalizing and Sprucing up the Heights) SUNDAY, the last Sunday of every month, is a day for neighborhood walkthroughs, graffiti removal, and litter clean up.
~ IN THE WORKS: Commissioner of Public Works, Joe Giambra, has agreed to reforest the Heights and replace our Cobra Head streetlights with period lighting.

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