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* The city's Building Better Neighborhoods program heeded the recommendations of residents in targeting investments throughout seven deteriorating inner-city neighborhoods--ranging from repairing streets and sidewalks, improving parks, rehabilitating public housing, and upgrading police and fire stations.
"In 1992, on the day I announced the Building Better Neighborhoods campaign," Goldsmith recalls, "we had a sewer collapse at Illinois and Fall Creek Parkway.
It is no surprise, then, that sewer rehabilitation became one of the major Building Better Neighborhoods projects.
Concrete Change also offers Building Better Neighborhoods, a $24 video about why universally accessible housing is necessary and practical.
Understanding this relationship, many partnerships among property owners, entrepreneurs and community organizations-have succeeded in building better neighborhoods. Local community watch programs are a good example of how residents and law enforcement personnel can combine their resources to reduce violent crimes and deter acts of theft and vandalism.
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