The new incarnation of the Germantown Alliance, the once powerful civic organization which brought many of Germantown’s social, civic, and church organizations together, continues to gain ground. While the Germantown Alliance had grown dormant for about a decade, Germantown Alliance 2.0 is finding its footing gaining traction in the Germantown community. The fledgling group held its second meeting on Thursday, Sept. 24 at Black Rock Center for the Arts. About 40 community mem
The once powerful community organization, The Germantown Alliance is taking another step toward once again becoming a sounding board and advocate for the Germantown area. The group has released an online survey that asks residents what they like best about living or working in Germantown, and what they would do to improve it. “This survey was designed to try to raise issues that are important to people who live and work in Germantown,” said Susan Burkinshaw, one of the commun
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