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Next Recycling Collection
Recycling and bulk trash are collected every other Friday. The next pickups will be:
- Friday January 28
- Friday February 11
- Friday February 25
Garbage and yard waste are collected every Friday. Click here for details.
Next CHNA & HPC Meetings
- College Hill
Monday, January 24, 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held in person at the Church of the Covenant, 501 S. Mendenhall Street, Fellowship Hall, and as a Zoom teleconference: Click here to login.
- Historic Preservation
Wednesday January 26, 2022, 4 p.m., via Zoom videoconferencing.
To view the meeting or speak on an agenda item, contact Stefan-Leih Geary by 10 a.m. Tuesday, January 25. You will be emailed the online meeting link and instructions on how to participate. There is no option to provide handouts or other documents the day of the meeting.
If you have a presentation, pictures or other materials you would like to provide as part of the hearing, provide it to HPC staff by 10 a.m. Tuesday, January 25.In-person meetings are usually held in the Plaza Level Conference Room, Melvin Municipal Building, 300 W. Washington Street. The alternate location is the City Council Chamber.
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Category Archives: Neighbors
Longtime College Hill resident Carl Robbins died Friday, October 15. He was 85 years old. Carl came to College Hill in 1976, when he and Ralph Becker bought 918 Carr Street. Ralph died in 1995. Carl Lyle Robbins was born … Continue reading
Neighbor Kim Burroughs to display and sell his pottery at holiday-season shows in College Hill and Westerwood
College Hill potter Kim Burroughs has scheduled a couple of holiday-season shows, one in the neighborhood and one just a short walk away. Kim will hold his own show next Saturday, November 16, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., hosted by … Continue reading
2nd annual fund-raiser on Sunday October 6 for Rett’s Syndrome research and Josie Clark-Trippodo’s daughter
Charlie’s Angels is hosting their 2nd Annual Fall Festival on Sunday October 6, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Double Oaks Bed & Breakfast, 204 N. Mendenhall Street. The event is a fund-raiser benefiting Charleston “Charlie” Trippodo and Rett Syndrome … Continue reading
Double Oaks event Oct. 19 to benefit Rett Syndrome research and child of longtime College Hill resident Josie Clark-Tripodo
James “Dorn” Yeattes, 56, of Tate Street, died Thursday at his home. Dorn worked as a self-employed mechanic. He also was a gardener and sold produce at the weekly farmers’ market at Elam and Walker avenues. Survivors include his brother, … Continue reading
The College Hill Neighborhood Association extends its condolences to our neighbor Janet Frommann of McGee Street on the death of her daughter, Kirsten Poag. Kirsten, 27, died Sunday. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, December 2, … Continue reading
Longtime College Hill resident Jim Clark died Monday. He was 72. He had suffered a severe heart attack last spring. Jim and his wife, Daniele, had lived on Carr Street since 1980 and raised their two children, Stefan and Josie, … Continue reading
Dr. W. Barnes Tatum died Friday at Beacon Place in Greensboro. He was 78. Barnes was professor emeritus of religion at Greensboro College, where he taught for 36 years. He retired in 2009 as the Jefferson Pilot Professor of Religion and … Continue reading
The neighborhood association will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight (Monday August 29), 7 p.m., in the Fellowship Hall of the Church of the Covenant. Two COA applications will be discussed. A new idea for how to administer the neighborhood’s Municipal … Continue reading
Former College Hill resident Mary Floyd passed away recently in Indianapolis. She was 75. The cause of death was cancer. Mary was a very private person and didn’t tell anyone about her illness. She died in June. Mary lived at … Continue reading