Preservation Hard Hat Tour
Come see preservation in progress
Date: April 16 (Thursday)
Place: 919 Spring Garden Street, College Hill
Time: 5pm till 7pm
Entry: No charge
RSVP: Email or 336-272-5003
The owners and architect restoring the Carrie and Charles Angle House at 919 Spring Garden Street in College Hill will open their doors for the public to see the progress being made. One of the most exciting preservation initiatives underway in Greensboro, this project will see the conversion of a once burned our apartment building back to a single family home. The Angle House was built in 1907, and represents a new wave of interest in historic neighborhoods such as College Hill.
Bring sturdy shoes! This event will be held rain or shine.
Want to attend this event?
RSVP BY EMAIL
Our friends at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant are opening their doors to the community on Sunday, April 19th. Come and find out about all of the wonderful things that go on there!
The College Hill Neighborhood Association will meet Monday, March 23 , 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. Links to minutes from the February meeting and the March agenda are below.
CHNA March 23 2015 Agenda
Officer Melanie Daniel of the Greensboro Police Department (College Hill’s community resource officer) wants everyone in College Hill to be aware of the following information:
Greensboro has recently seen an increase in larcenies from motor vehicles, especially in the city parks. Most involve purses or wallets that are left in visible sight in vehicles. Please remember to secure your belongings and not leave valuables in vehicles. Also, if you are going to the park, consider taking just a small wallet or wristlet with very few items. Some cars have had purses stolen from trunks.
At the February 23 College Hill Neighborhood Association meeting, Board Members and Officers were elected for 2015/16. The following people have agreed to serve for the coming year:
James Keith – President
David Arneke – Vice President
Marjorie Bagley – Treasurer
Clara Kelly – Secretary
Virginia Haskett – College Hill representative to the Historic Preservation Commission
The next College Hill Neighborhood Association meeting will be on Monday, March 23 at 7 pm in the Fellowship Hall at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant.
The Greensboro City Council voted unanimously to approve the College Hill Neighborhood Plan at its March 17th meeting. Thanks to all who have worked so hard and for so long to craft this document. A special thank you to Jeff Sovich for his incredible dedication to this project.
On Jan. 21, 2015, the Greensboro Planning Board unanimously approved the Revised Draft College Hill Neighborhood Plan (CHNP). The final approval step for the plan will take place at the upcoming Greensboro City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 17. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. and is held in the Council Chamber of the Melvin Municipal Office Building, 300 W. Washington St., Greensboro.
The College Hill Neighborhood Association strongly supports this plan. The plan DOES NOT change any zoning.The plan has been extensively revised in response to virtually every comment and concern that has been raised in previous public meetings. These changes in emphasis have been made very carefully to ensure College Hill can still promote a high quality built environment, reinvigorate its historic character, reinforce its walkable urban form, and improve neighborhood cohesion and overall quality of life. The end result is a much stronger plan that better reflects the full range of perspectives present in College Hill.
Attend the Meeting — All College Hill residents are encouraged to attend the meeting to express their support of the plan. A repeat of the strong showing of support for the plan that was demonstrated at the Planning Board meeting will be persuasive to the members of the City Council.
Individuals who wish to briefly address the Council should sign up to speak when they arrive at the Council Chambers prior to the meeting. The meeting agenda will be posted online prior to the meeting.
Email the Council — Regardless of whether you can attend the meeting to speak in person, we also encourage all residents to contact the members of the Greensboro City Council via email to express support for the plan. You can send one message to all councilpersons by using the online form available at: http://www.greensboro-nc.gov/index.aspx?page=93. We recommend that you send the email sometime between March 10 to 15.
A notice about this public hearing has been mailed to College Hill residents and to owners of property located in or within 600 feet of College Hill.
A copy of the Revised Draft College Hill Neighborhood Plan are available at: http://collegehillneighborhoodplan.com/2014/12/17/revised-draft-of-college-hill-neighborhood-plan/
The College Hill Neighborhood Association will meet Monday, Feb. 23 , 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 January meeting is below.
At the February meeting of the College Hill Neighborhood Association, the annual election of eleven board members will take place. The residents who have agreed to serve on the 2015-16 board are as follows: David Arneke, Marjorie Bagley, Dan Curry, Daniel Foil, Dave Hemm, Judy Horn, Larry Horn, Amanda Keith, James Keith, Clara Kelly, and Cindy Sheppard. Prior to the vote, there will be a call for nominations from the floor so any other College Hill resident who would like to be considered may nominate himself/herself.
Dear College Hill residents and stakeholders,
This is to notify you that the regular City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, February 17th has been cancelled due to the anticipated winter storm event. The public hearing on the College Hill Neighborhood Plan (CHNP) that was to be held during this meeting has been postponed, and will be placed on the agenda for the March 17th City Council meeting. Following that public hearing, the City Council will consider adopting the College Hill Neighborhood Plan and accompanying amendments to the City’s Generalized Future Land Use Map (GFLUM).
Tuesday, MARCH 17
Beginning at 5:30 pm
City Council Chamber
Melvin Municipal Office Building
300 West Washington Street
More information about the College Hill Neighborhood Plan is available at:
An updated notice about this rescheduled public hearing will be mailed to College Hill residents, and to owners of property located in, or within 600’ of, College Hill. Because this email message will not necessarily reach all affected parties, please forward this information to anyone who may be interested.
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
The headline in today’s Business Journal reads: “Multiplex, ‘speakeasy’ to get started in downtown Greensboro.” A host of restaurants and other businesses (including a members-only Speakeasy) are in the plans for a facility at 509 S. Edgeworth St. in Greensboro.
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