The College Hill Neighborhood Association will meet Monday, Jan. 26 , 2015 at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Church of the Covenant Presbyterian Church on South Mendenhall Street. All College Hill residents are welcome to attend. The full agenda is still under development and will be available at the meeting. A link to minutes from the December meeting is below.
Dear College Hill residents and stakeholders,
This is to remind you that the Revised Draft College Hill Neighborhood Plan (CHNP) is scheduled to be presented to the Greensboro Planning Board, for review and recommendation in a public hearing on Wednesday, January 21, 2015. The Planning Board meeting will be held in the City Council Chamber, 300 West Washington Street, beginning at 4:00 pm (NOTE: the Planning Board meeting time has been adjusted from previous 2:00 pm start time, in order to make the meetings more accessible to the public).
More information about the Revised Draft College Hill Neighborhood Plan are available at:
A notice about this public hearing is being mailed to College Hill residents, and to owners of property located in, or within 600’ of, College Hill. The contents of the notice are attached for your convenience.
Please feel free to call or email if you have questions or need additional information.
Jeff Sovich, AICP
Neighborhood Planning Coordinator
City of Greensboro
300 West Washington Street
P.O. Box 3136, Greensboro, NC 27402-3136
Phone: 336-433-7264 Fax: 336-412-6315
Preservation Greensboro and A408Studio are hosting a Preservation Greensboro Love-a-Landmark party at 919 Spring Garden Street … it is a “Hard Hat Preview” party.
A rare opportunity to tour the home while it is under construction. This will be one of the last times to see all of the “layers” of construction dating back to the early 1900′s.
- Saturday, Jan. 17, noon to 2 p.m., rain or shine.
- Free of charge.
- Meet the A408Studio team, Architect and General Contractor and “talk shop.”
- Light refreshments.
- Project information: 919 Spring Garden Street Project Information
- Please wear appropriate clothing for the weather – the home is NOT heated.
- Please wear appropriate foot wear and clothing – the job sit is safe but it is a construction site – no high heel or open-toe shoes.
- Please enter the home from the front door on Spring Garden Street. Free on-street parking available but limited, please honor all parking laws and regulations.
- Map: 919 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro
- Contact Preservation Greensboro for more details: 336-272-5003 or email A408Studio at Information@A408Studio.com
All College Hill residents are welcome to attend a short meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 7 p.m. at the Fellowship Hall of the Church of the Covenant to discuss any final questions they may have regarding the Neighborhood Plan before the plan is presented to the Planning Board the following day. This plan has been through many alterations over these past years, and this final version reflects the feedback (both positive and negative) received by the Planning Department.
The College Hill Neighborhood Association supports the plan and strongly encourages residents to attend the Planning Board meeting to speak in support of the plan. The Planning Board meeting is set for Wednesday Jan. 21st at 4 p.m., in the Council Chamber of the Melvin Municipal building.
Dear College Hill residents, property owners, and other stakeholders:
The Draft College Hill Neighborhood Plan (CHNP) has been extensively revised and is now available for public review. The revised Draft CHNP is scheduled to be presented to the Greensboro Planning Board, for review and recommendation in a public hearing on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. The Planning Board meeting will be held in the City Council Chamber, 300 W. Washington St., beginning at 4 p.m. (NOTE: the Planning Board’s meeting time has been adjusted from previous 2 p.m. start time, in order to make the meetings more accessible to the public).
Full details at: http://collegehillneighborhoodplan.com/2014/12/17/revised-draft-of-college-hill-neighborhood-plan/
New owners Susan and Richard Stone, right, and Steve Johnson and Janet Mazzurco, owners of A408 Studio, at 919 Spring Garden Street
From James Keith:
I wanted to send along a positive progress note regarding 919 Spring Garden St. The roofers, Robert Leonard Roofing, are well along in their process of repairing/replacing the slate roof. They are working very hard, and the quality of work is obvious. Also of note: The rear addition to the home has been entirely framed in by A408 Studio and things are looking very nice.
Passing by this home continues to renew my commitment to this neighborhood. We are a strong group of residents, and our ability to make things happen is made clear by the progress at 919. I hope this property continues to be a reminder that when we collaborate with the right people, and continue to push for what is best for our neighborhood, we can and will accomplish all of the things necessary to improve the safety and infrastructure of our district while preserving the beautiful history that makes us Greensboro’s first Historic District.
Happy Holidays to all, safe travels, and please make sure someone is watching your place if you are leaving town.
The NORTH CAROLINA BOYS CHOIR will present a FREE 90-minute concert at 5 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 14, at the College Place United Methodist Church, 509 Tate St., Greensboro. The evening will feature sacred Advent and Christmas music. The 32 member choir, based in Durham, travels nationally and internationally. The choir held a sold-out concert in Carnegie Hall this past summer.
An offering will be received and non-perishable canned goods will be collected to support the Spartan Open Pantry which helps the UNCG community fight hunger/food insecurity.
For more information, visit ncboyschoir.org or collegeplaceumc.com, or phone 275-3363.
Please mark your calendars!
The College Hill Neighborhood Association will be holding a neighborhood landscaping workshop on Thursday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Presbyterian Church of the Covenant at 501 S. Mendenhall St.
Our landscape consultants, Lee Rogers and Randall Romie, will be presenting some options for moving forward with our landscaped beds, and we’d like to get as much neighborhood input as possible. All College Hill residents are welcome! Please share this information with your neighbors.
The College Hill Neighborhood Association will meet Monday, Dec. 1, 2014 at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Church of the Covenant Presbyterian Church on South Mendenhall Street. All College Hill residents are welcome to attend. One of the items on the agenda is a brief presentation by a representative of Duke Energy who will discuss vegetation management plans for College Hill. The full agenda is still under development and will be available at the meeting. A link to minutes from the October meeting is below.
Mark your calendars. The next College Hill Neighborhood Association meeting will be on Monday, Dec. 1, 2014 at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Church of the Covenant Presbyterian Church on South Mendenhall Street.
Why no meeting in November? Because the CHNA meeting always precedes the Historic Preservation Commission’s meetings. This makes it possible for us to weigh in on any Certificate of Appropriateness (CoA) applications affecting College Hill. The HPC combines its November and December meeting, so the CHNA will meet on the Monday before their combined Nov/Dec meeting.