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Welcome to the Northeast Community Council
The next NECC general meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 16th, 2018, at 7 p.m.
Check out the Spirit of Muldoon event on Saturday, June 16th.
The Northeast Community Council (NECC) meets at 7 pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Muldoon Community Assembly (MCA) Youth Facility located at 1005 North Ermine Street.
Our proposed agenda for upcoming meeting can be found under "Agenda" in the menu to the left or by clicking here to go right to the folder.
How are we doing?
Please take a moment to give us your opinions about how well the NECC is serving your needs.
This survey will take about three minutes and will provide us with valuable data in assessing how we can better partner with you.
Here is the link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/83CQK65
Summer, 2012 - supporters of the Muldoon Park Strip
"Muldoon Park Strip" is the proposed land that the Northeast Community Council wants to become a Park. We oppose the realignment of the creek without proper community input in how the creek is moved. We oppose the realignment of the creek unless there will be no development of punching Debarr Road through and unless they make the frontage property a Park instead of being Commercial property.
Here are links to articles in the Anchorage Daily News about this important issue.
EAST ANCHORAGE DISTRICT PLAN -
Learn about this important project...discover how it could impact you, your business or your home, provide your input to the project team.
Tune in and take action. Visit the Northeast CC web pages (<<
The Municipality of Anchorage kicked off this project in March, 2012. Advisory group meetings are happening now. They are open to the public.
East Anchorage is where we live, work, and play. The East Anchorage District Plan should reflect our values and our vision for the future.
Before the Thursday meeting, to better equip yourself, a description of many of the matters referred to by the NECC for comment can be obtained from the Zoning and Platting Cases Online link above (or by clicking here). You can also sign up to have alerts of such matters e-mailed to you by clicking here.