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Thursday, January 17


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Nextdoor can be used for good

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Nextdoor can be used for goodJan 17, 2019 4:00 AM. I brought the first Nextdoor app to the Lodge Hill neighborhood of Cambria, and through it helped to nix a nursing home slated to occupy a lot with native Monterey pines. But gorging on the community's limited water supplies was what ultimately did the facility in—thanks to the California Coastal Commission. Just recently I proposed an energy-related project—to bring neighbors to a forum bringing solar to our homes now that PG&E will likely be raising rates (or going bankrupt, whichever comes first). I suggested we form a buyers club to get discounts on solar-related components. As an organizational tool, Nextdoor is proving to be quite a tool.

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Friday, January 04


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Thursday, January 03


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What you should know about the Nextdoor community app

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Local News. What you should know about the Nextdoor community app. CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) – Community app “Nextdoor" is designed to connect you with your neighbors. To participate, you must give the app private information like your address, real name and other verification like the last four digits of our social security number. "You don't really know them like you'd like to, but this is a way to kind of get to know them a little bit better," said Sharon Belton.

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Saturday, December 29


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Neighbor wars: How Nextdoor is changing the Bay Area housing debate – Times-Herald

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From Cupertino, where controversial plans are under way to turn Vallco Mall into a massive housing, office and shopping complex; to San Jose, where a proposed Google campus could bring more than 25,000 new jobs as the region struggles with a housing shortage; to Oakland, where homeless encampments sprawl against a backdrop of new high-rise apartments, residents are arguing passionately on Nextdoor about the future of their communities and the region as a whole. Nextdoor has expanded the Bay Area housing debate, opening the conversation to residents who don’t have the time or inclination to attend council meetings, and allowing community organizing with the click of a mouse. Neighbors trade their visions for pending developments and debate high-level solutions to the Bay Area’s housing crisis, often alongside their mayors or city council members. Others organize groups for political action. But sometimes opinionated residents clash, leading to angry online confrontations. “Unfortunately Nextdoor has not worked out to be…a very satisfactory tool either for people who are pro-housing or people who want to set up a breather from housing,” said Bob Cushman, a leader of slow-growth group Foster City Residents for Responsible Development, who was active on Nextdoor until he was kicked off several months ago over accusations he was using the site to campaign.

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Neighbor wars: How Nextdoor is changing the housing debate

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From Cupertino, where controversial plans are under way to turn Vallco Mall into a massive housing, office and shopping complex; to San Jose, where a proposed Google campus could bring more than 25,000 new jobs as the region struggles with a housing shortage; to Oakland, where homeless encampments sprawl against a backdrop of new high-rise apartments, residents are arguing passionately on Nextdoor about the future of their communities and the region as a whole. Nextdoor has expanded the Bay Area housing debate, opening the conversation to residents who don’t have the time or inclination to attend council meetings, and allowing community organizing with the click of a mouse. Neighbors trade their visions for pending developments and debate high-level solutions to the Bay Area’s housing crisis, often alongside their mayors or city council members. Others organize groups for political action. But sometimes opinionated residents clash, leading to angry online confrontations. “Unfortunately Nextdoor has not worked out to be…a very satisfactory tool either for people who are pro-housing or people who want to set up a breather from housing,” said Bob Cushman, a leader of slow-growth group Foster City Residents for Responsible Development, who was active on Nextdoor until he was kicked off several months ago over accusations he was using the site to campaign.

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Friday, December 28


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How to Get Hyperlocal With Nextdoor.com, Other Neighborhood Networks - Security Sales & Integration

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Security dealers should consider Nextdoor.com to generate hyperlocal business, referrals and repeat customers in a very efficient manner. A home-tech pro could jump in and "make it work," earning a new customer and a local reputation in the process. I’ve recently discovered Nextdoor.com, the “free private social network for your neighborhood community.” It’s a platform for neighbors — you have to verify your residence and use your real name — to chat about stuff and sell things. Mostly it’s about bashing the city council, pleading for the return of escaped pets, celebrating found pets, selling stuff, announcing road closures, promoting special events, and reporting “suspicious” persons who don’t look like they belong in the neighborhood. And, especially during the holidays, neighbors use Nextdoor to curse the thieves that stole packages from the front porch. Some victims post video from their doorbell cameras — usually some variation of a guy with a hoodie looking down, no face to be seen, and then walking out of view.

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Home Tech Pros Should Get Hyperlocal With Nextdoor.com, Other Neighborhood Networks - CE Pro

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Security dealers and home-tech integrators should try Nextdoor.com to generate hyperlocal business, referrals and repeat customers in a very efficient manner. I’ve recently discovered Nextdoor.com, the “free private social network for your neighborhood community.” It’s a platform for neighbors – you have to verify your residence and use your real name – to chat about stuff and sell things. Mostly it’s about bashing the city council, pleading for the return of escaped pets, celebrating found pets, selling stuff, announcing road closures, promoting special events, and reporting “suspicious” persons who don’t look like they belong in the neighborhood. And, especially during the holidays, neighbors use Nextdoor to curse the thieves that stole packages from the front porch. Some victims post video from their doorbell cameras – usually some variation of a guy with a hoodie looking down, no face to be seen, and then walking out of view. It’s one thing to do it as ‘the neighborhood kid’ but as a business, it becomes something else. While some are looking for work that’s done professionally and maybe better than what they had had in previous experiences, many are looking for work done for less, because “We live in the same neighborhood, so it will be discounted, right?”.

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Wednesday, December 19


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Scope Out the Best Christmas Light Displays in Your Neighborhood With Nextdoor's Cheer Map

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Nextdoor is a free and private social network that lets you interact with other people in your neighborhood. You can access the Cheer Map online, or via an iPhone or Android device. Once you’re logged in, a pop-up window will ask whether you plan on decorating for the holidays; select “I will” or “Not this year,” then click "Continue." If you don’t want to participate, you can also select “Skip” to jump ahead to good stuff and access the map of decorated homes in your neighborhood. And that’s it! If you selected “I will,” a colorful light icon will mark your home on the map. For those who live in small towns, there’s a chance you’ll be the first person in your neighborhood to join the site. Mental Floss has affiliate relationships with certain retailers and may receive a small percentage of any sale. But we only get commission on items you buy and don’t return, so we’re only happy if you’re happy.

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Monday, December 17


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EBRSO monitors Nextdoor app, but call if you need help

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EBRSO monitors Nextdoor app, but call if you need help. December 17, 2018. Even though deputies with the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office are now gleaning information shared with them through the Nextdoor app, Baton Rouge area residents still need to install a surveillance camera ahead of time or call in with tips, officials say. Nextdoor, a neighborhood social network platform, partners with more than 2,500 public agencies across the country—including police, fire and emergency management departments—that use the app to share important information and strengthen their relationships with residents. An account EBRSO created last year allows deputies to review all incidents homeowners want the sheriff’s office to see.

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