This is a great opportunity to help with neighborhood improvement!!There will be a meeting this Thursday Sept. 4th at 4pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall with the Fuller Center ( http://www.fullercenter.org/ ). We need you to attend to show support for engaging the Fuller Center to take an interest in the Sacred Heart/Old Southside/Stadium Village area. Go to their website to see the type of work they do. They have done a lot in the Fountain Square area and few other places on the southside. They come into an area in a big way and one of the main purposes of this meeting will be for them to better understand what we can bring to the table. They work in clusters of builds and we have over 25 empty lots in the land bank for zip 46225 available. Please try to attend.
Here are the minutes from yesterday’s meeting
Please arrive at 8:00 am for networking. We will have Aryn Schounce from Big Car to discuss the mural idea for Indy Do Day. We will also have a representative from the city to discuss the latest with Indy Rezone. Please be sure to join us to keep up with all that is going on in Stadium Village. We look forward to seeing you there.
The ground-breaking for the new YMCA took place this morning. It will be located at the SE corner of Delaware and South Street and is expected to open by the end of 2015.
More info can be found here: http://wishtv.com/2014/07/16/groundbreaking-held-for-new-downtown-ymca/
Please arrive at 8:00 am for networking. We will have Aryn Schounce from Big Car and Ashley Benner from CityWay to discuss the Indy Do Day project for Stadium Village. We will also have Guy-Jo Gordon, Director of Community Relations for Indy Eleven with us to provide a brief presentation. We will also discuss the Landlord Registry Resolution and take a vote on whether or not we are in support of it. There are lots of things happening in Stadium Village and we look forward to seeing you there.
It’s with a heavy heart that we announce that Tom Cross has passed away. Below are the details of the viewing and funeral.
Road closures will begin between 6:45 am and 7:00 am on Friday July 11, 2014.
· Pennsylvania and Delaware will be closed between McCarty and Washington beginning at 7:00 am.
· Delaware, will remain open as long as possible, but is expected to be closed at South Street by 9:00 am. We hope to maintain one lane of traffic on Delaware the entire time, but that cannot be guaranteed.
· Traffic in the area will be affected until well into the afternoon.
· We recommend that people coming downtown use the Ohio Street and Washington Street exits from the interstate.