We’ve packed a lot of information in this issue of the neighborhood newsletter. Thanks to everyone for contributing such great articles. Also, please look inside for a lovely color copy of the 4th & Gill Calendar of Events as well an updated contact list of board members.
Bess Connally – outgoing Communications Chair
Below please find our Annual Report as compiled by our outgoing President, Judith Neff. We did so much this year! Thanks to all the folks who volunteered their time and energy (and sometimes their homes!) in order to keep our neighborhood active and looking great!
2014 Annual Report
Looking for our 2014 calendar of events? You can find a copy here.
This is just a heads up about a slight change in the details around this year’s Tour de Lights bike ride, which passes through 4th & Gill. Please see information relayed by the fabulous Kelley Segars below:
“Due to the high attendance, KPD and event organizers agreed that we needed to move to a closed parade route instead of the leap-frog control of major intersections. We were getting spread out too far and people were getting left behind to deal with major intersections without KPD assistance. So please be aware that the route will be closed to all traffic from about 7 p.m. til about 8:15 p.m., depending on where along the route you are. KPD says they will allow cars to move through if there is a break in the parade (ride). ”
Check out our Fall newsletter here. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this issue! Don’t forget to take note about the upcoming Holiday Open House taking place on December 8th, beginning at 5pm!
Please join us for our bi-annual neighborhood cleanup day in 4th & Gill this Saturday, 26th beginning at 9am. We’ll be meeting at the corner of Caswell & Luttrell. See the neighborhood listserv for more information. Hope to see many of you there!
Bess Connally – Communications Chair
Attention, 4th & Gill’ers!
Please don’t forget about the public meetings the Metropolitan Planning Commission has scheduled in October in an effort to share information and receive feedback from residents regarding the updated Central City Sector Plan. This is a great opportunity to share your thoughts! Click here for more information.