Monthly Archives: February 2016

Minutes from January 2016 CHNA Meeting

Here are the approved minutes from January.  The next College Hill Neighborhood Association meeting will be on Monday, March 28, 7 pm at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant.  All are invited to attend. CHNA January 2016 Minutes

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New College Hill Neighborhood Association board elected; March meeting to focus on MSD-funded projects for 2016-17

The membership of the College Hill Neighborhood Association has elected its new board members and officers for this year. New members and officers have an asterisk next to their names. President: James Keith Vice President: David Arneke Secretary: Amanda Keith … Continue reading

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Report from Uganda: Neighbors David & Cathy Sevier provide first-hand account of determined voters, officials’ dirty tricks

College Hill neighbors David and Cathy Sevier have been in Uganda since early January. Their work includes consulting and teaching with the Uganda Health Federation and the International Health Sciences University in Kampala. Here is a recent post on their … Continue reading

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Greenway designers to show ideas for intersection at Wafco

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Tough times come to Tate Street: 25% of storefronts are empty, and, on top of that, New York Pizza is going to be sold

The business scene on Tate Street looks tougher today than it has in many years. Seven of the 27 storefronts are empty. Some had been pillars of the business district for 20, 30 or even 60 years. The biggest store on … Continue reading

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Further work on Edgar Street: Potholes filled

The many potholes on Edgar Street between Carr and West McGee streets have been filled. City workers came back one day last week and filled them in with gravel and dirt. That work makes the condition of this heavily traveled … Continue reading

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Primary voting for all 2016 elective offices is March 15

The March 15 primary isn’t just for the two parties’ presidential nominations this year. The primaries for U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and everything else are that same day. Voter registration for the primary ends on Friday February 19. Other … Continue reading

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At Market and Tate Streets, College Hill sign version 2

The new neighborhood sign has been has been improved. The original had “HISTORIC DISTRICT” in large letters and “COLLEGE HILL” in small letters. This new one restores the neighborhood association’s original intent (to highlight the name of the neighborhood). It … Continue reading

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Do you recognize this wandering black dog? He seems lost

A stray dog was roaming around Carr Street this morning. One of my dogs and I corralled him in our back yard. He’s a relatively small black dog with a white patch on his chest, not neutered. He looks pretty … Continue reading

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Parts of Edgar Street get attention from city, others don’t

Two pieces of Edgar Street received loads of new gravel and dirt this week. The section between Carr and McGee, which may have needed it the most, got nothing. City workers were out for part of the day Monday, working … Continue reading

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