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  • The process by which various civic and governmental groups, as well as citizens, unite to remedy or address a particular or group of issues or concerns. Policymakers, public administrators, and other parties use the term to describe when members of a given neighborhood take action to solve a problem or lobby for a particular program or service.

    Civic groups, police precinct community groups, school board groups, political clubs, senior centers, and children's programs all have events and meetings. Through these meetings, concerns and issues relating to the community are brought from the street level and are given an opportunity to be discussed and deliberated in a public forum. This is a critical first step in the development of eventual action or inaction. At this step, the ...

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