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  • MNC Email Lists
    from that in many places they are also illegal and have in the past led to individuals losing their net access So please if you see a chain letter just say no FAQ is short for Frequently Asked Questions Many lists and or newsgroups come with their own FAQ sheet Flaming is the practice of attacking people on a personal level Flaming is relatively common on the internet yet almost everybody claims they re opposed to it Responding to someone s opinion of permit parking by telling them that they talk funny or weren t breast fed could classify as flaming Making rude comments about an individual s sexual organs or religion would also count Try not to say anything about anybody that you cannot back up with facts Do not comment about people s religions their eating habits whether or not they smoke etc Be nice HTML can do a lot of great stuff however a lot of people don t use web browsers for e mail They will receive HTML codes as a sort of gibberish The following is html just to say hello html div style background color P BR BR P DIV DIV class RTE P Hello nbsp Irrelevant Material can be really interesting but if it s also very long don t post it to a group without asking if people are interested in it first Line Spacing makes it easier to read long messages Try to maintain breaks between paragraphs Line Width is usually automatically wrapped to 80 characters per line or less however many mailers will let you type more The lines will get broken which can be hard to follow Reading whole pages like this can be difficult to follow If you don t set your mailers to under 80 charaters per line this is how people will read your mail The internet is a great forum for communication but we have to do what we can to communicate well otherwise things get ugly quite fast Mass Mailing can be a problem when you e mail a lot of people and all their addresses appear in the headers Most e mailers allow you to distribute e mail via blind carbon copy This is a good way to send e mail to multiple individuals Blind carbon copy also protects people s privacy Another thing to remember is that some people unintentionally respond to all the e mail addresses That can create a large mess Quoting is useful when you respond to someone s previous message however it is not necessary and sometimes frustrating to see a long quote with only an I agree at the end Try replacing irrelevant material with text deleted or something similar Signature files can be cute and contain information however long signatures can be frustrating especially after a short message There is no reason to be redundant either so you don t need to include it in every post Sliced spam is identical to spamming except that it

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  • MNC Links
    Manayunk Dog Park Wissahickon Environmental Action Network East Falls Coummunity Council Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education 8480 Hagy s Mill Road Philadelphia PA 19128 215 482 7300 Philly Blog Discussion Forum with a Forum for Manayunk Roxborough East Falls Philadelphia Neighborhoods On Line Manayunk Development Corporation 111 Grape St Philadelphia PA 19127 215 482 9565 Roxborough Development Corporation The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society 100 N 20th Street 5th Floor Philadelphia PA

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  • MNC 1997 opinion survey
    Manayunk Neighborhood Council Manayunk Opinion Survey 1997 Opinion Survey Executive Summary About the Opinion Survey Profile of Survey Respondents Life in Manayunk Neighborhood Issues Survey Questionnaire Return to Home Page

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  • MNC Events
    Yunk Tree Planting Party 10 25 2008 Saturday October 25th 9 30 am 12 00 pm Canal View Park Intersection of Main and Connoroe Streets Friends of the Manayunk Canal and The Schuylkill Project Help us beautify a stretch of the Towpath along the Canal by taking part in our 2nd annual native tree planting party Trunks for the Yunk Afterwards join us at the Manayunk Brewery to celebrate the

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  • MNC Meetings
    Venice Island Performing Arts Center on Venice Island the side entrance by the spray pool VIPARC All meetings are open to the public Dates for General Meetings In 2016 January 6 General meeting at MDC February 3 General meeting at VIPARC March 2 General meeting at MDC April 6 General meeting at VIPARC May 4 General meeting at VIPARC June 1 General meeting at VIPARC July 6 No Meeting August

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  • MNC Membership
    by the Schuylkill River to the West Ridge Avenue to the South Manayunk Avenue to the East and Fountain Street to Smick Street then LaMonte Street to the North The territory of focus will be designated for the purpose of defining a core location for projects actions and responsibilities The Council may work on projects solely in conjunction with or forward them to other civic groups or organizations within the

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  • MNC Board
    EXECUTIVE BOARD Kevin Smith President 215 487 2125 Adam Ertel Vice President Susan Shimp Treasurer David Bass Recording Secretary John Hunter Vice President Erin Monaghan Trustee Kathleen Lambert Trustee Lauren Perez Trustee Liz Fischer Trustee E mail mail manayunkcouncil org

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  • MNC Bylaws
    President will advise the President on matters that may require the attention of the President or the Executive Board Recording Secretary The Recording Secretary will take the minutes of all meetings of the Council and the Executive Board The Recording Secretary will record attendance at all meetings of the Council and the Executive Board The Recording Secretary will be furnished by the Chairperson of the Membership committee with an accurate list of all Member of the Council Corresponding Secretary The Corresponding Secretary will carry out any correspondence as directed by the President of the Executive Board The Corresponding Secretary will maintain copies of all correspondence and will report all replies Treasurer The Treasurer will receive and disburse the funds of the Council as authorized by the Bylaws the acts of the Council or the Executive Board Disbursements The Treasurer will maintain all funds of the Council in accounts in the name of the Council at regulated and insured financial institutions as approved by the Executive Board The Treasurer will deposit all monetary receipts of the Council in the accounts of the Council in a timely manner The Treasurer and the President will consign all disbursements from the accounts of the Council Disbursements The Treasurer will keep full and accurate accounts of all receipts and disbursements in books or computer printouts belonging to the Council The accounting will be kept annually according to generally accepted accounting principals The Treasurer will give an accurate accounting of the Council s finances at all meetings of the general membership and the Executive Board The Treasurer will before the September meeting prepare and present a statement of cash receipts and disbursements of the prior year This financial statement will be submitted to the Executive Board for review and approval and kept by the Treasurer as a matter of record The Treasurer will prepare all tax and or information reports required by law and present those documents to the Executive Board The Treasurer will keep all books and records available for an audit Sergeant at Arms The Sergeant at Arms will be the Parliamentarian of the Council The Sergeant at Arms will be responsible for providing copies of the bylaws of the Council and a summary of Roberts Rules of Order for reference at all meetings Trustees The Trustees will help other Officers of the Council with their duties as deemed appropriate by the President The Trustees may be assigned duties by the President as deemed helpful to the Counci ELECTIONS A Nominating Committeewill be appointed by the Executive Board prior to the October general meeting The Nominating Committee will nominate Officers at the next general meeting Nominations may be made from the floor at this time The Chairperson of the Membership Committee will certify the membership status of all nominees Only Individual Members paid in full by the October general meeting will be permitted to accept nominations for office The election of Officers will be held annually at the general meeting at least one month after the nominating meeting The newly elected officers shall be installed at the general meeting after elections An Election Panel appointed by the Executive Board will conduct the elections The Election Panel will consist of at least three 3 individuals not one of whom will be an Officer Voting will be the first item on the agenda after the call to order The sequence of nomination and election of Officers will be in the following order President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Trustees Write in candidates and absentee ballots will not be permitted If there is more than one 1 candidate for an office voting will be by secret ballot No one 1 person will hold more than one 1 elected office If only one 1 qualified Individual Member accepts nomination for an office the Election Panel will declare that candidate elected The Election Panel will tally the votes and the candidate receiving the majority of the votes will be elected If there is a tie vote secret balloting will be conducted until a candidate receives a majority vote The incumbent President will announce the results of the balloting TERMS OF OFFICE The terms of office will be for twelve months or until the next duly elected officers are seated whichver occurs first No term limits will be set VACANCIES A temporary vacancy by absence disability or resignation in an office will be filled by a temporary appointment of the President with the consent of a quorum Meetings of the Executive Board until the Officer can resume her his duties A vacancy in the office of President will be filled by the Vice President COMMITTEES Committees will be formed by the President with the consent of a quorum Meetings of the Executive Board as deemed appropriate to help in the work of the Council The Committee Chairpersons will be appointed by the President at the beginning of each year with the consent of a quorum Meetings of the Executive Board The President and the Committee Chairpersons will recruit Committee members as deemed appropriate to help with the work of the Committees The Committee Chairpersons will report to the Executive Board all matters within the realm of their Committees that need the attention of the Council The Committee Chairpersons will formulate a course of action for their Committees for review and approval by the Executive Board The Committee Chairpersons will report on all activities taken by their Committees to the Executive Board and the general membership The Committee Chairpersons will participate in meetings of the Executive Board but may not vote in the deliberations of the Executive Board All Committee members Chairpersons Officers and Members of the Council must report to the Executive Board all business conducted by them in the name of or on behalf of the Council The expressed will of the Council will not be contravened by the statements or actions of any Member of the Council while conducting such business MEETINGS The

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