Meetings, news, events, and updates from the Central City Neighborhood Association.
Agenda sent from President of the CCNA:
Central City Neighborhood Association
Tuesday May 21, 2013 6:00 PM
Birmingham Public Library – Second Floor, Story Castle
1. Call to Order
Adoption of Agenda
Approval of April 19, 2013 Minutes
2. Open Reports
Birmingham Police Department
3. Presentations/Requests for Sponsorship
Request by Vulcan Park & Museum for $500 sponsorship for Thunder on the Mountain, July 4, 2013 Fireworks show.
The Birmingham Comprehensive Plan is complete in draft form and is available for review and comment by the general public on the City of Birmingham Comprehensive Plan website, http://www.BirminghamComprehensivePlan.com. Hard copies of the draft Plan are available to review in the Avondale, Central, Eastwood, Five Points West, North Birmingham, Springville Road, East Ensley, East Lake, and West End libraries, as well as in the city planning offices, located on the 5th floor of City Hall. Comments on the Plan can be given via email through the Comprehensive Plan website or by leaving comments on comment sheets at one of the libraries or in the planning offices in City Hall through June 4th
5. New Business
John Mills, new president of 5 Points South Neighborhood Association has suggested a joint mixer between 5 Points South NA and Central City NA.
There will be a meeting of concerned citizens to develop a plan to challenge ALDOT’s current plan for replacing the I-20/59 bridges downtown. They will meet at Oak Hill Cemetery on Thursday from 6-7.