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Verbatim Feedback Cluster-Based Meetings January-March 2011

Verbatim Feedback Cluster-Based Meetings January-March 2011

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This document summarizes feedback gathered from: Registration and Comment Sheets collected at DWP cluster-based meetings and Community Access Centers between January and March 2011; and Online survey responses collected between January and March 2011.This document is produced by Community Legal Resources . Please direct questions to Elizabeth Luther ( eluther@clronline.org , 313.969.7166).
REGISTRATION AND COMMENT SHEET RESPONSESDetroit Works Project | January 27 – March 10, 2011
Created: 03.28.2011 | Detroit Works Project Registration and Comment Sheet Responses | Page 1
This document contains open-ended responses from individuals engagedthrough the Detroit Works Project meetings between January 27 and March10, 2011. Nearly 600 participants provided responses at eleven (11)meetings throughout the city or completed an online survey addressing thefollowing five questions:
 What is your favorite place in your neighborhood,other than your home? Please be specific.2.
 What projects or activities are taking place in your neighborhood that we should be aware of?3.
 What do you hope the Detroit Works Project will do for  your neighborhood?4.
 What would you like the city of Detroit to look like in30 years?5.
 Additional comments
All original spelling and punctuation errors, per the professionaltranscription service that transposed participants’ handwrittenresponses.This document includes
the following:
Responses along the lines of “none”, “nothing”, “no”.
Names and contact information for public venues and figures(where respondents noted them).This document
does not include
the following :
Illustrations, doodles, drawings, and maps.
Illegible text. The notation “[illegible]” indicates the transcriber’sinability to read the participants’ handwriting.
Responses consisting solely of the characters “?” and “n/a” havebeen removed from this summary, along with responses fromonline participants who included only the given text: “Please limit to500 words.”
Respondents’ names and contact information. The notation“[name/phone number/email removed]” indicates whererespondents’ names have been removed.
REGISTRATION AND COMMENT SHEET RESPONSES | Detroit Works Project | January 27 - March 10, 2011
Question 1: What is your favorite place in your neighborhood, other than your home? Please be specific. (523 responses)
Created: 03.28.2011 | Detroit Works Project Registration and Comment Sheet Responses | Page 2
Detroit Institute of Arts, Gesu Community Green, Detroit City High School, GesuCommunity Adolescent Life Coaching Center
Butzel Rec. Center, Peterson Park
Frank Lloyd Wright Home
Palmer Park & golf course
Palmer Park Golf Club and surrounding housing
6 mile to 7Mile/Livernois to Parkside
4 way tie. Gesu Complex, Morrison's House of Shoes, 1917 American Bistro,Savon Mkt
Areas for recreation e.g. walking neighborhood streets, parks, universities andPalmer Park. These should be safe, well maintained, family & health centered
Dakota Inn Rothskeller, Palmer Park Fountain and duck pond/cabin.Community garden on East Parkhurst.
Childrens Park on John R/Grixdale & Greendale & Various Vegetable Gardens &My Neighbors Homes.
Palmer Park
Pocket Park - St. Martin
Detroit Public Library-Sherwood Forest Brunch & Hubbard Brunch. 2. Walking,running Outer Drive - Southfield Freeway - Livernois Ave. 3. Biking
Hyde Park & Palmer Park. Woodward near MI Ponchartrain
Hyde Park is a lively but underutilized gathering place
Gesu Play park, U of D Mercy & Marygrove College
U of D Mercy, Gesu Church & School, U of D Jesuit H.S., Palmer Park, 1917Restaurant on Livernois, U of D Coney Restaurant, Sherwood Forest, PalmerWoods, Dutch Girl Donuts
State Fair Grounds. Palmer Park
North Rosedale Park
Belle Isle, Milliken Park, Waterfront
Barbara Jordan Community Garden at Palmer Park Prepatory Academy
Park on Bretton
The streets of Sherwood forest - walking them
Mikes Fresh Market, clean good selection, quality, nice people
Jefferson Branch Library
Palmer Park, Merrill Fountain & Lake Francis + University District & SherwoodForest Neighborhoods
Marygrove College, University of Detroit, University District, SherwoodForest/Palmer Woods (Great Neighborhood)
Rite Aide at 7 mile/Wyoming
Kelly Park, Local green market during warm weather. Markets. Appreciate localFoodlandand Greenfield Markets
The Bistro on Livernois/UD Jesuit HS
1917 American Bistro
Walking the neighborhood, meeting, talking with neighbors, neighborhoodactivities car pool, gatherings
1917 American Bistro - Livernois and Outer Drive
1917 American Bistro
Nazareth Lutheran Church and Tabernacle M.B. Church, both willing to workwith the organization
Northeastern District Police Station. The community caring and sharing the loveof giving.
Palmer Park is a jewel. It must be revitalized. All of it's infrastructure is in greatneed of repair. What can be done? How can it be saved with the limitedresources that we have?
The churches and grocery stores
Dexter/Elmhurst Comm. Center/St. Cecilia Catholic Church - Livernois, 2 blocksnorth of Grand River
Sam's Grill
Walking on Parkside
2nd Block on Warrington - friends live there; front porch sitting happens there
At the River Bank
1515 Broadway, Downtown. Coffee Shop - vibrant in the community withtheatre in the back, Its where Jane plays chess, Also: Temple Bar. Cass &Temple.
The other homes in the Division
The Detroit Golf Course - even though I'm not a golfer or a member. Thehistoric home for gatherings and events is an asset to the community.

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