Long-term planning will be the focus of the next CHNA meeting

In response to newly proposed changes to the MSD legislation, courtesy of your elected officials, the CHNA is creating a long-term plan to utilize our MSD resources. This plan will address numerous aspects throughout the district that will be a benefit to property owners, residents, and overall quality of life in our neighborhood. That said, this plan must be developed with as much resident input as possible. When finished, it should be a plan that boasts a successful collaboration with our neighborhood, our city staff, and our City Council.

Dan Curry of the CHNA Board gave a presentation in February describing potential projects we might consider in the following four categories: Signage and Lighting, Beautification, Pedestrian and Traffic Upgrades, and At-Risk Historic Property Protection. The PDF of that presentation is available at the link below for all interested. At next week’s regular meeting (Mar. 28, 7 p.m., Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, Fellowship Hall, 501 South Mendenhall Street), we’ll be focusing on long-term planning, so we hope you’ll take a minute to view the PDF and be more actively involved through the implementation process. If you can’t attend the meeting, feel free to email us with your comments at chnagso@gmail.com.

View the PDF of current and potential CHNA projects

Neighborhood sign at Spring and McGee streets

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