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Minutes of the July 18, 2017 NWSNA Meeting

Minutes of the July 18, 2017 NWSNA Meeting  Present:  Carol Gulyas, Sandi Clothier, Olivia Dorfman, Cheryl Sweeney, Vernon Sweeney, Bill Baus, Michelle Henderson – Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) – Sandi Clothier reported on the Council of Neighborhood Association’s (CONA’s) concerns with the … Continue reading

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Paint in the Street 6/11/17

JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORS THIS SUNDAY, June 11th, 2017 NOON-5PM HELP PAINT THE 7TH ST. TRAFFIC CALMERS!! Murals are to be painted on the three concrete circles surrounding planters on 7th St. and Waldron, Oak, and Pine Streets. This artwork is part … Continue reading

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Minutes of the April 18, 2017 Neighborhood-wide NWSNA Meeting

NWSNA Meeting April  18, 2017  Present:  Carol Gulyas, Sandi Clothier, Sophia Hauserman, Olivia Dorfman, Cheryl Sweeney, Vernon Sweeney, Alan Balkema, Monica Dignam, Sean Starowitz, Emily Wilson, Christina Smith – Traffic Calmer Murals – Sean Starowitz, Assistant Director of Economic Development for the … Continue reading

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Minutes of the NWSNA Meeting, February 21, 2017

NWSNA Meeting February 21, 2017  Present:  Carol Gulyas, Sandi Clothier, Olivia Dorfman, Bill Baus, Cheryl Sweeney, Vernon Sweeney – Sanitation – Sandi Clothier, a member of the city’s sanitation committee, reported that the committee has finished its plan for the … Continue reading

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Trades District Public Engagement Opportunities

The Redevelopment Commission and the City of Bloomington cordially invite residents to an Open House on January 30th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the atrium at City Hall, 401 North Morton Street. The event will be an informal … Continue reading

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Minutes of the January 17, 2017 NWSNA Meeting

NWSNA Meeting January 17, 2017 Present:  Sandi Clothier (presiding); Peter Dorfman (acting as Secretary); Board Members Bill Baus; David Ferrand; Alan Balkeman – Traffic – The City has responded to a year-old complaint about traffic volumes and speeds in the neighborhood, as well as line of … Continue reading

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Minutes of the November 15, 2016 NWSNA Meeting

NWSNA Meeting November 15, 2016  Present:  Carol Gulyas, President; Sophia Hauserman, Treasurer;  Olivia Dorfman, Secretary; Board Members Cheryl Sweeney, Vernon Sweeney, Bill Baus; David Gulyas, Peter Dorfman – Treasurer’s Report – Our present balance is $377.43; a check in the amount of … Continue reading

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Minutes of the October 18, 2016 Neighborhood-wide NWSNA Meeting

NWSNA Meeting  October 18, 2016    Present:  Carol Gulyas, President; Sophia Hauserman, Treasurer; Sandi Clothier, Vice President;  Olivia Dorfman, Secretary; Board Members  Cheryl Sweeney, Vernon Sweeney, Bill Baus; Carl Pearson (representing Cathy Fuentes-Rohwer), Marsha McCarty, Jean Graham, Rocky Festa, Pam Gladish (Bloomington … Continue reading

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Neighborhood-wide meeting

Join us, October 18th, at our quarterly neighborhood-wide meeting, 7PM at the Banneker Center.  Hear from candidate for County Commissioner, Amanda Barge, as well as a representative for school board candidate, Cathy Fuentes-Rowher, who will explain the Monroe County Schools … Continue reading

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