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Community Voices Heard is a member organization of low-income people, predominantly women with experience on welfare, building power in New York City and State to improve the lives of our families and communities.

 

 

 

East Harlem Neighborhood Planning & Rezoning

The CVH East Harlem Hub is focused on ensuring that long-time residents of East Harlem/ El Barrio are able to continue to reside in, assist in defining, and actively participate in, critical decision-making processes in their community as they evolve. The project brings together low- and moderate income people and aims to address all issues that affect the community such as housing, workforce development, job creation, and anything that is essential of a vibrant and thriving community.

CVH Annual Report Now Available!

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CVH is pleased to announce the availability of our 2014 Annual Report of our organizational victories, progress and leadership development.  

Download the report.

Participatory Budgeting Cycle 4 Results

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“I was high off the people…” Esther DeVore, a member of Community Voices Heard and resident of East Harlem

CVH Co-Sponsors Critical Forum about East Harlem Neighborhood Planning & Rezoning with Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Community Board 11 and Others

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DEFINING THE FUTURE OF

EAST HARLEM/ EL BARRIO

 

COMMUNITY EDUCATIONAL FORUM

WED. MAY 20TH

 

East Harlem Community Educational Forum: Neighborhood Planning & Rezoning

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NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING & REZONING

DEFINING THE FUTURE OF OUR EAST HARLEM / EL BARRIO

COMMUNITY EDUCATION FORUM - MAY 20th

The Mayor has announced that East Harlem is one of the communities that is set to be rezoned to facilitate building more affordable housing. As the City considers these zoning changes, Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito has formed a Neighborhood Study Steering Committee, which will ensure that a broader set of neighborhood needs is being considered and that the voice of the community informs the proposal.

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