IVS August Newsletter

I hope this finds you enjoying your Summer. There is some information to pass on to you, if you didn’t already know, Larry Totzke and his wife Sylvia moved to Portland, Oregon. This left the vacancy of president of the society which I, being vice president, have filled. The vice president is Mike Navarro and secretary is Mark Bair. Stephanie Harris is Treasurer. Please feel free to reach out to any board members if you have any concerns or questions about our neighborhood.It has come to our attention that pedestrian safety has become an increasing issue in the neighborhood. We will be focusing on this in more detail: retrieving statistics, speaking with law enforcement, city officials and emergency responders.

Membership Month for the society is June, We are reminding past members of renewals which are in the mail. You may also become a member using Paypal at our website.
http://italianvillage.org/society/#top
scroll down after using this link. Thank you!

Next week is Street SweepingTuesday (8/18) Wednesday (8/19)Don’t get Towed! 
It seems not civic-minded to tow someones vehicle to a location that is not on the bus line.

Hope to see you at the meeting,
Ciao
Christopher Vidoni
President, Italian Village Society

Upcoming Events

Italian Village Commission Meeting
Tuesday August 18, 2015
6:00 PM
50 West Gay St

Italian Village Society Complete Streets Committee
August 27, 2015 5:30-6:30 PM
Seventh Son Brewery
1101 North Fourth St.

The Italian Festival will be held Columbus Day Weekend October 9, 10 & 11 2015. The Society will have a booth at the festival staffed by volunteers/members raising funds by the sale of T-shirts. If interested keep the dates open and more information will be forthcoming.

Development News at Former Exile

Here’s some news about the former Exile site:

Local developer Mulberry will be bringing a proposal to the Italian Village Commission this month to tear down the building containing the Exile Bar at 901 North Fourth Street. Preliminary plans call for replacing it with a five-story, 24-unit apartment building featuring ground-floor retail. The fifth story of the building would be set back from…

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Ground-Breaking Scheduled for Fifth and Summit Project in Italian Village

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Construction will be starting soon on the first phase of developer Brad Howe’s mixed-use project at the southwest corner of Summit Street and East Fifth Avenue. Howe said that Burwell Court will be the first building started, with ground-breaking scheduled for June. That building, which will face Greenwood Avenue, will be three stories and feature […]

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