The Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council meets this Wednesday, October 9 at 7pm in the Corbin Senior Center. If you live, work, or own property in Emerson-Garfield, you’re encouraged to attend and take an active role in improving the neighborhood.
This meeting will feature two guest speakers: Fran Papenleur, who will discuss proposed changes to Photo Red fund allocation, and a representative from the Lands Council.
A few other items on the agenda:
- Dump passes. Huzzah!
- Preparation for the allocation of around $57k in Community Development Block Grants. There have been some (more) changes to the process this year, and they should be discussed prior to the November 9 meeting when the EGNC Steering Committee will vote on funding priorities and recipients.
- Updates on crime, the farmers’ market, Neighborhood Planning, the Corbin Senior Center and more.
Download the October 9 agenda and minutes for approval here:
- Agenda for the October 9, 2013 meeting
- Minutes from the September 11, 2013 meeting (pending approval)
Oh, and as you might or might not know, last month the EGNC voted to end future monthly mailings to voting members. This means that you will no longer receive print copies of the materials in the post as has been customary in the past. Instead, you will have to download the agenda and minutes here on this blog or pick up one of the limited print copies that will be available at the meeting.