BlueIndy, the revolutionary 100% electric car sharing service, has started construction on the first 14 stations of up to 200 throughout Indianapolis. As you travel around town, you will start seeing additional stations over the coming weeks and months. BlueIndy is building the most advanced electric car sharing service, which will be the largest in the US when complete! There will be a grand opening later this summer.
We want to make sure that the Stadium Village area businesses and residents have a BlueIndy station convenient to our needs. Please help us get a station by completing this short questionnaire in order to better plan future station locations:http://goo.gl/forms/OyU09g3v76.
Here is a list of the sites where construction has been initiated – more to be added each week!
▪ Ohio & Pennsylvania – 103 E Ohio St
▪ Market & East – 76 N East St
▪ 56th & Illinois – 110 W 56th St
▪ Mass Ave 1 – 313 N Delware St
▪ 52nd & College – 659 E 52nd St
▪ Virginia 1 – 528 Virginia Ave
▪ Convention Center North – 228 W Maryland St
▪ Irvington – 27 S Audubon Rd
▪ Fountain Square – 1107 E Morris St
▪ 54th & College – 5351 N College Ave
▪ City County Building- 11 N Delaware
▪ 49th & Penn – 112 E 49th St
▪ City Market – 121 N Delaware St
▪ Washington & Illinois – 107 W Washington St
For more information on BlueIndy, please visit https://www.blue-indy.com
We look forward to seeing you tomorrow morning for the monthly Stadium Village Business Association meeting. There is plenty going on in the neighborhood and if you want to be sure that you are aware of all the happenings you’ll want to be there. See you then.
Our monthly SVBA meeting is tomorrow morning and we will be discussing the recent public meetings with the City of Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development (DMD) regarding the future land-use plans for part of our area. This is an important meeting to have your voice heard about the future developments in our area. We will discuss options that were presented at the recent Old Southside Neighborhood Association meeting and talk about the plans that were voted on by those people present. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow morning.
The City of Indianapolis Division of Planning is having a meeting regarding land use and development for the South study are of the Regional Center Plan, which is a portion of Stadium Village/Old Southside neighborhood. This falls into the heart of our neighborhood and it’s important for our voice to be heard about what we think the neighborhood should be regarding future developments.
The meeting will be next Thursday May 14th, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall, 1125 S. Meridian St. Indianapolis, 46225
More info can be found about the Indy 2020 plan at http://www.plan2020.com
See you there!
We once again have the opportunity to purchase a planting “kit” for the planters in the neighborhood. It is $35 and includes, five 4” petunias, one 6” rubrum (tall grass), one bag of potting soil and a cup of slow release fertilizer. Paula Shoultz will pick up and deliver everything. Owners must pay her in advance and do the planting and watering. Payment is due by this Friday May 8th. If you want Paula to come pick up the money she can do that or you can pay by Paypal at the button below.
Presented by Indy Telcom Center, more information can be found here http://www.virginiaavenuefolkfest.com/
The Concord Community Center’s grant proposal titled Brick By Brick: A Vocational and Technical Training Approach to Youth Development is one of five finalists for an Indystar $25,000 grant. Please support them by voting in support of it.
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