From Your Eastwood Neighborhood Planning Council: TNT Meeting TONIGHT!

Happy New Year Eastwood Neighbor!

You are invited to attend the Syracuse Tomorrow’s Neighborhoods Today (TNT) - Eastwood District 6 monthly meeting on Monday, January 23, 2011, at 7:00 pm at Huntington School, 400 Sunnycrest Road. This meeting is FREE and OPEN TO ALL RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND ORGANIZATIONS who have a stake in the future of your neighborhood’s planning and growth.  This will be a meeting of your official Eastwood Neighborhood Planning Council making decisions and taking action toward a sustainable and thriving life in our neighborhood and city. JOIN US !

On the agenda this month:

A Proposal for James Street Development near Norwood Avenue
A developer and leaders of the design team will speak about a proposed project at the former Welter-Price Funeral Home address, 2649 James Street in Eastwood. They will give a brief presentation followed by a question and answer session. Join us to hear about a new proposal for your neighborhood!
A developer and leaders of the design team will speak about a proposed project at the former Welter-Price Funeral Home address, 2649 James Street in Eastwood. They will give a brief presentation followed by a question and answer session. Join us to hear about a new proposal for your neighborhood!

Find us on Facebook! Marketing & Participation Committee forms Facebook page for our TNT
We are proud to announce a new Facebook page for the Eastwood TNT District 6 ! Check us out for all the latest city-wide and neighborhood planning and development updates if you have a Facebook account by clicking the link below – and tell your neighbors!:

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Updates in City planning and development news:

Syracuse Common Council will hold Public Hearing this week on a City Plan for the Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
The City of Syracuse Common Council held a public hearing on the city plan for the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding, this Friday, January 20, 2012. This is a large source of funding for neighborhoods as well as a large part of the budget for the City of Syracuse. CDBG funds are most often used for development in sections of the city designated low-to-moderate income areas in the city. Since TNT’s inception and through this year, the CDBG also funded our group’s efforts.

The City’s CDBG plan for 2011-2012 may be found here:

City of Syracuse to present Bike Plan at Grant Middle School for the End of January:
On Wednesday, January 25, at 7:00 pm at Grant Middle School, city Transportation Planner Paul Mercurio will be presenting a draft proposal for a bike plan for the City of Syracuse. The public and TNTers are all invited to attend! Paul is actively soliciting public feedback and may be contacted at DPW at (315) 448-8511 or via e-mail at pmercurio@ci.syracuse.ny.us .

Here’s the City of Syracuse Master Bike Plan to date: www.syracuse.ny.us/BIMP.aspx 

In Case You Missed It: Update on Vote to Amend City Charter
Here’s the latest from Syracuse.com, from December 28, 2011, on the Common Council vote to amend the City Charter to change the way the City Planning Commission and the Common Council interact when conducting business and decisions regarding development projects:
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Our current Eastwood 5-Year Plan may be found on the City of Syracuse TNT homepage at:
Visit our monthly meeting calendar published by YNN at: centralny.ynn.com/centralny.ynn.com/content/calendar/#5586
 

Please contact the TNT-Eastwood Neighborhood Planning Council partnership at eastwoodneighborhoodplanning6@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

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