Meetings, news, events, and updates from the Central City Neighborhood Association.
Central City Neighborhood Association
Tuesday March 18, 2014 6:00 PM
Linn-Henley Library – Fouth Floor, Richard Arrington, Jr. Auditorium
1. Call to Order
Adoption of Agenda
Approval of February 18, 2014 Minutes
2. Open Reports
Birmingham Police Department
Tara and Sheryl from Space OneEleven
3. CCNA balance: Capital fund is at $157.40 as of payment of $6,454.43 for benches and garbage cans on 3rd Avenue.
Non-cap fund is at $10,689.24. After payment of the $3,400 approved by CCNA in January for benches on 2nd Avenue, the Capital fund will be $0 and the Non-cap fund will be at $7,289.24.
At this time, we still only get $2,000 per year from the City.
4. Old Business:
Discussion re placement of benches on 2nd Avenue that were approved for purchase at the January meeting.
Discussion re I-20/59 Rebuild. Opportunity to voice opinion to ALDOT in writing but deadline is March 27th.
5. New Business:
Melissa Kendrick from Sojourns will request appropriation from the neighborhood for this year’s international street fair.
The annual NUSA (Neighborhoods USA) conference is May 21 – 24. If we want to send a delegate, the cost will be $2,000 per person, which includes everything except food. The official flier, with more information, is linked here.
Great American Cleanup (GAC) kickoff event is March 27th at Linn Park at 10:00 A.M. Litter cleanup supplies will be available for pickup by the neighborhoods
Jenni Butler from Rebellious XO will inform us about her new boutique next door to the Magic City Grill on 22nd Street
Sandra Little Brown – candidate for County Commission, District 2 (she is the incumbent)
Steve Small – candidate for County Commission, District 2.
Shelia Tyson – candidate for County Commission, District 2.
Jeanetta Bickersaff-Miller – candidate for Jefferson County Tax Collector