Anyone interested in improving their neighborhoods is welcome to come for some face-to-face dialogue at an Action Forum this Saturday, May 30, from 8:30 am to noon at George Mason University’s Prince William Campus.  City Council member Steve Randolph will be one of our speakers.  It’s free, but to register, and for more details, go to

Check this out:  (Joe Budzinski of and Help Save Loudoun) has found common ground with two other Loudoun citizens from different points of view on the immigration debate (Ricardo Cabellos-Reyes and Ben Kelahan) to launch a “Neighborhood Listens” project two weeks ago.  The project focuses on direct, informal communication between diverse neighbors to meet mutual goals of safe, clean neighborhoods.

What do you think?

52 Thoughts to “Neighborhood Action Forum Saturday at GMU-PW”

  1. The Everyday Democracy folks (originators of the study circles curriculum that we used on “Building Stronger Communities” picked up the DC Examiner story and used Bill’s photos:

  2. Chris

    Excellent letter Cindy. Leon is the best. He will be working with us in WestGate and Stonington on a couple of things.

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