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About Ward 6

Ward 6 encompasses two elementary schools (St. Ambrose & Gladys Noon Spellman), one park Cheverly East Neighborhood Park, 11 apartment buildings and many single family homes. It's a great ward!  See below for a primitive map of our ward that I have put together.


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