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  • New automated trash collection plan
  • Clean Sweep results: Over 260 participants, 13 organizations, 6,000 pounds of trash
  • Womanline tent sale during move-out; donations of items encouraged
  • House cleaning tips
  • Feature on block reps Donna Benwitz, Tom Kilbane and Mike Floriani; other seniors block reps mentioned include Frank Hanlin, Bob Breton, Diana McFarland, Mark Listermann, Sue Bonhomme, Eileen Moloney, Kim Lapinski, Kathy Duffy, Jesse Plasencia, Dave Conolly and Beth Neundorfer.
  • Telephone and mail information for summer
  • Help House update; 301 Lowes report; reminder not to abandon animals

Issue also includes a survey about proposed ventures at 301 Lowes: a food bar and an ice cream shop.

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This was a monthly newsletter published by the University of Dayton's Center for Off Campus Community Relations.

It contains terms (e.g., "Ghetto") that were part of the local lexicon but are now recognized to have been inappropriate.

Block Talk (April 1984)