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Mar 8, 2012 1 Comment ›› admin

Safe sanctuary

- Crime is of major concern when we speak about having a safe sanctuary. Neighborhood organization need to be assured that they have an ear on a state level when it comes to addressing sentencing and crime reduction.
- There are pedestrian concerns in the 58th District, particularly around the issue of sidewalks and safety. I would work to ensure that these concerns would be addressed so that there can be a good balance between housing growth and pedestrian safety.
-Youth Development naturally helps reduce crime and safety issues. Programs to encourage activities for young men and women are vital to positive development. I would work to encourage collaboration between the various organizations at our disposal to provide a multifaceted approach to youth development.
- Encourage collaboration between governmental and community organizations to assist those trying to re-enter society after leaving either juvenile justice centers or jail.


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  1. [...] addressed in The Love Plan. The Love Plan has five components: Live Locally, Welcoming Workplace, Safe Sanctuary, Healthy Habitat, and Educate [...]

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