Time-travel with the Genesee-Schmitz Neighborhood Council

Well, in lieu of actual time-traveling, envisioning the future is the next best thing. And that’s what the Genesee-Schmitz Neighborhood Council – which hasn’t had a general meeting in a while – is getting ready to do, with the help of as many interested neighbors as they can find! One week from tonight, the journey begins:

What would make our neighborhood a great place to live in 2020?

The GSNC is embarking on a neighborhood Vision 2020 planning process, and we want YOUR input and involvement! Please come to our next meeting and share your ideas with us:
• What do you like about our neighborhood now?
• What short- and long-term changes would you like to see?*

Thursday, April 26, 2012
6:30-7 p.m. Social Time (refreshments will be served)
7-8:30 p.m. Meeting (with lots of time for input and perhaps a speaker or two)
Howell Auditorium, West Side Presbyterian Church, 3601 California Avenue SW

* Some areas to think about:
Social events, parks, communication, traffic improvements, beautification projects, education and support, crime prevention, emergency preparedness, gardening, policy, shared interests/resources, volunteer opportunities

For more information (including a map), please visit our website at www.genesee-schmitz.org. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, please send your name and email address to gsncouncil@gmail.com

1 Reply to "Time-travel with the Genesee-Schmitz Neighborhood Council"

  • Single Family Neighborhod April 19, 2012 (7:12 pm)

    It would be nice if the people living below the Genesee/Charlestown neighborhoods would obey the speed limits and stop signs on the minimal arterials that take them through our Genesee/Charlestown neighborhoods and on down to their beloved view homes and beach condos.

    I have little sympathy for them when they “race” through our neighborhoods and then whine and whimper about “noise” in their beloved enclave(s).

    Schones gedank.

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