New Elkhart neighborhood association meets Tuesday

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 Posted 10/20/2012 8:46:00 PM
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New Elkhart neighborhood association meets Tuesday
New Elkhart neighborhood association meets Tuesday
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 Posted 10/20/2012 8:52:46 PM
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What an elitist little neighborhood.  The boundaries just aren't far enough apart.  West should be at least West Blvd., South, Lexington Ave..  I do applaud their efforts and hope they are successful in their endeavors.
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Krisen Senne is a wonderful young woman and I applaud what she is doing here!  Good for you, Kristen!!! 

Itjomedfr:....elitist?????  I don't think so!  Although I'm glad to see that you applaud her/their efforts.

It does take neighbors standing together to improve and/or watch over their neighborhoods to stay safer, to help one another out.

Good luck, Kristen!!!!  I wish you the best!
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 Posted 10/21/2012 3:22:21 PM
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I agree that the boundaries could be a little bit further out, but it is a fine effort. Can anyone else remember when that building housed Elkhart's first "big-box" discount department store,-MISCO?  It was a funny place, in that they dressed up very little, and had goods piled up in hallways, barrels, etc. I can  remember when you had your choice of old Army rifles either the '03 Springfield or the M-1 Garand-your choice-fifty bucks! And they had barrels full of them! (A Garand in fine cond. is selling for $1,200-1,400 today!)
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