A MESSAGE FROM SOUTH OF SOUTH NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
Get to Know the SOSNA
Community Benefits Agreement
With all the recent conversation
related to the projects at 2101 and 2201 Washington Avenue, SOSNA wanted
to provide some clarity around the Community Benefits Agreement (CBA)
that was presented to OCF.
What is the purpose of the CBA?
with all development projects in the neighborhood, SOSNA is dedicated
to providing a forum from which neighbors can voice their opinions and
ask questions. In the case of 2101 and 2201 Washington Ave, two projects
that are rarely matched in size and impact on the neighborhood, the
SOSNA Board of Directors decided a CBA was an appropriate way of sharing
the neighborhood’s consolidated feedback on the projects.
2201 Washington Avenue Monday, October 15
7:00 - 8:30p
Location: Shiloh Baptist Church, 2040 Christian
The Zoning Committee, a standing committee
established by the SOSNA Board, holds monthly meetings to discuss all
applications for zoning variances within the SOSNA boundary area.
The purpose of the Zoning Committee Meeting is to provide a public forum
for the discussion and review of all zoning variance applications
occurring within the SOSNA boundary area. Through these meetings,
residents of the SOSNA area are able to provide direct neighborhood
input into this important civic decision-making process. All Zoning
Committee Meeting attendees who reside within the SOSNA boundary area
will have the opportunity to express their opinions by registering one
of the following responses to each project: ‘support’, ‘not-opposed’ or
Sign ups for 2018/2019 Soup Group will start TODAY and will close on 10/24. You will be matched with your group by Halloween!
WHAT’S A SOUP GROUP?
A collection of folks who take turns making a big batch of soup to share.
WHY JOIN A SOSNA SOUP GROUP?
• LOTS of soup with minimal effort and a chance to taste new recipes!
• Opportunity to meet and get to know your neighbors!
HOW DOES A SOUP GROUP WORK?
About 5 people will rotate with one person making a big pot of homemade
soup on a weekly basis. The other group members come to pick up their
share at a set time. Everyone gets a homemade soup for their household
each week, but only has to cook once every 5 weeks. Group members often
chat and trade recipes during the weekly pick up. SOSNA will facilitate
convening groups based on dietary preferences and then you can decide
what works best for your group in terms of frequency, batch size, pick
Support SOSNA's programming and projects throughout the neighborhood. Between
our rich, diverse history and bright, promising future, there’s a lot
to celebrate in the South of South neighborhood. SOSNA is committed to
strengthening our community, through a variety of initiatives and