Northwood tackles quality-of-life issues at rescheduled meeting

Held a week early so as not to conflict with primary elections, Tuesday night’s Northwood Civic Association meeting focused on quality-of-life issues around the neighborhood, including the application for a grant to remove fire-damage garages from Rutland and Fillmore streets.

Additionally, Civic President Barry Howell said he was set to meet with the principal of Frankford High School Thursday to discuss the problem of students roaming through the neighborhood. You can see full coverage of the meeting from the Frankford Gazette.

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