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City Link-Manhattan, Kansas
Sent By:
Allie Lousch
Send Date:
2/5/2007 3:26:40 PM
Email Subject:
Neighborhood Grant Program Application Deadline: March 30

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Do you have a project idea that would improve your neighborhood and possibly benefit the greater Manhattan community? Wondering how to see your idea through to completion? The Neighborhood Grant Program may offer part of the solution. The City of Manhattan is now accepting Neighborhood Grant Program Applications for 2007 until March 30. Only recognized Manhattan neighborhood and homeowners associations are invited to apply.

Past Neighborhood Grant projects include: the Arbor Heights evergreen tree sound barrier and screen; fence replacement at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School, Edith Stunkel memorial plaque, Grandview Neighborhood traffic circle beautification, Northeast Community Park fence installation at pedestrian entrances, Linear Trail parking stalls, Leavenworth Street steps repair and beautification; beautification along the Sunset Cemetery fence, Longs Park playground safety improvements, Goodnow Cabin repair and improvements; Sharingbrook walking trail fence repair, North Pointe neighborhood streetlights, Girl Scout Park picnic tables, and a marker announcing entrance into the University Heights neighborhoods.

For more information about the Neighborhood Grant Program and an application packet, visit
http://www.ci.manhattan.ks.us/index.asp?NID=800.

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Do you have a project idea that would improve your neighborhood and possibly benefit the greater Manhattan community? Wondering how to see your idea through to completion? The Neighborhood Grant Program may offer part of the solution. The City of Manhattan is now accepting Neighborhood Grant Program Applications for 2007 until March 30. Only recognized Manhattan neighborhood and homeowners associations are invited to apply.

Past Neighborhood Grant projects include: the Arbor Heights evergreen tree sound barrier and screen; fence replacement at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School, Edith Stunkel memorial plaque, Grandview Neighborhood traffic circle beautification, Northeast Community Park fence installation at pedestrian entrances, Linear Trail parking stalls, Leavenworth Street steps repair and beautification; beautification along the Sunset Cemetery fence, Longs Park playground safety improvements, Goodnow Cabin repair and improvements; Sharingbrook walking trail fence repair, North Pointe neighborhood streetlights, Girl Scout Park picnic tables, and a marker announcing entrance into the University Heights neighborhoods.

For more information about the Neighborhood Grant Program and an application packet, visit
http://www.ci.manhattan.ks.us/index.asp?NID=800.

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