As AOL-backed Patch sets up “hyper local” websites throughout Northern California, another network of local sites is getting off the ground, according to TechCrunch. Called Neighbortree, it plans to provide free, interactive neighborhood websites to any type of residential community, including neighborhoods, subdivisions, condominiums and apartment buildings. Here’s a live example. Neighbortree, based in Kansas City, launched a month ago and has raised $120,000 in seed money from angel investors, according to TechCrunch.

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