Tuesday, November 10, 2015

SOSNA Newsletter

Neighborhood Tree Planting and SOSNA Dines Out

Friends & Neighbors, 
Help us green our neighborhood! This Saturday, the PHS Tree Tenders are planting over 40 street trees. Whether you're interested in learning more about urban tree care, or your a seasoned tree-planting veteran we could use your help! Volunteers can meet at either the SOSNA office (1901 Christian), or at the intersection of 22nd and Bainbridge Streets at 9:00am this Saturday! 
Tuesday, November 17th join us at Ti Penso BYOB for the November edition of SOSNA Dines Out! Ti Penso has handcrafted a menu just for our group. Diners will enjoy a three course, prix-fixe menu for $30.00! To check out the menu and get more information on how to purchase your tickets, click here! Seats are filling up fast, don't forget to bring your friends (and your favorite wine)!
The next SOSNA Zoning Committee meeting will take place at the SOSNA office, 1901 Christian Street, at 7PM on November 18, 2015.
The SOSNA Zoning Committee always meets the third Wednesday of every month starting at 7 PM.
1. 1944 South Street- Application for a UPS Store on the first floor of an existing structure with an existing single family dwelling above.
2. 1929-1933 Christian Street- 
  • 1929: Application for a three-family dwelling in an existing structure.
  • 1931: Application for a four-family dwelling in an existing structure.
  • 1933: Application for a three-family dwelling in an existing structure.
3. 2221 Carpenter Street- Application for a third-story addition and roof deck.
The Southwest Center City Tree Planters are greening our streets and have over 40 news street trees to plant this fall! We're in need of volunteers to help us with the planting effort on Saturday, November 14th! Meet us at the SOSNA office, or at 22nd and Baingbridge at 9:00am!
Please join the SOSNA Economic Development Committee for the next installment of SOSNA Dines Out on Tuesday, November 17th at 7:00PM! This month we will be enjoying great food at Ti Penso BYOB on South Street West!
The Leaf Collection and Recycling Program is one of several services provided by the Streets Department to honor the City's on-going commitment to recycling. This recycling program helps to reduce the amount of materials that reach the waste stream and saves landfill space. SOSNA's closest drop-off location is Broad and Christian Streets. All leaves must be in biodegradable brown bags. For all the details, click here.

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