Tuesday, August 19, 2014

SOSNA News Letter

Say farewell to Andy Dalzell - 8/28

Please join us on Thursday, August 28th to say farewell to SOSNA
Program's Coordinator Andy Dalzell. In gratitude for Andy's dedication
to our neighborhood, we are throwing him a Roast and Toast. Andy's
Roast will be held at the Bainbridge Club (1523 Bainbridge Street)
and will feature a silent auction, live music, light fare, open bar and
some of the finest comedic stylings this side of South Street. It's also
a great way to come out, meet your neighbors and support the work
of the South of South Neighborhood Association.
Tickets are $45 and are available at: http://sosna.ticketleap.com/roast/
 Proceeds from the event will go to support the very programs that Andy has spent years building, including:
Clean and Green, Community Impact and Carpenter Green - the neighborhood's newest park. You will also get a
chance to meet Abby Rambo who will be taking over for Andy in September.
Thank you in advance for your support. If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation by purchasing
a ticket in order to help support the event.
The August 20 SOSNA Zoning Committee meeting will take place at the SOSNA OFFICE,
1901 Christian Street, at 7.
The SOSNA Zoning Committee always meets the third Wednesday of every month
starting at 7 PM.
AGENDA for August 20:
  1. 1700 South Street: Application for a Special Exception to allow for a group medical, dental and health practitioner's
    office on the same lot where a non-accessory parking structure had been previously approved. The proposed use
    requires a special exception by the ZBA.
  2. 2217 Montrose Street: The demolition of a 2 story residential structure and the erection of a three story residential
    structure in its place. Open area required 30% (210 sf). Open area provided 20% (140 sf).
The Police Community Meeting for PSA 1 (Police Service Area 1) will take place the Fourth
Thursday of every month at 6:30PM at the SOSNA Office, 1901 Christian Street. This is an
opportunity to speak face-to-face with officers from the 17th Police District who watch our
neighborhood. You will hear about recent crime activity and have the opportunity to raise
ideas and concerns directly to the officers.

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