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  • This Hidden Valley leader called CMPD's program a win-win. Her neighbors aren't so sure.

    Hidden Valley Community Association President Ella Williams is looking forward to support from CMPD through the Community Empowerment Initiative, but some neighbors are skeptical.

Hidden Valley Community Association President Ella Williams is looking forward to support from CMPD through the Community Empowerment Initiative, but some neighbors are skeptical. jwester@charlotteobserver.com
Hidden Valley Community Association President Ella Williams is looking forward to support from CMPD through the Community Empowerment Initiative, but some neighbors are skeptical. jwester@charlotteobserver.com

CMPD’s new plan for neighborhood gets mixed reaction from residents

September 13, 2017 5:15 PM