North Downtown Residents Association

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The North Downtown Residents Association is the resident association for the North Downtown neighborhood. Heather Hill is the current President. The organization was incorporated in 1973[citation needed].

Membership is open to anyone living in an area from South Street and the Downtown Mall to the 250 Bypass, and from McIntire Road and Birdwood Road in the west to Kelly Avenue in the east. [1]

Memberships


Homelessness report

  • In the fall of 2012, the North Downtown Residents Association conducted a report on homelessness in Charlottesville and on the Downtown Mall in particular. The NDRA called for the city to pass ordinances banning profanity and sitting or lying within ten feet of buildings. The Rutherford Institute's John Whitehead wrote in his report that "the proposals contained in the NDRA report are at once unnecessary and rife with legal pitfalls." [2]


References

  1. Web. About NDRA, North Downtown Residents Association, retrieved October 10, 2011.
  2. Web. Response to North Downtown Residents Association report, John Whitehead, Rutherford Institute, November 21, 2012, retrieved November 26, 2012.

External Links

North Downtown Residents Association