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Lincoya Hills Neighborhood Association Meeting

Lincoya Hills Neighborhood Association will have a second meeting on Saturday, July 16th from 10am-noon to discuss the same two topics.  The first is to review the traffic calming program recommendations with neighbors and talk about next steps after input from the last meeting.  The second topic is to further discuss the Contextual Overlay, which is the only tool in the toolbox that is available to protect the character of our mid-20th century neighborhoods. 

We learned from a member of the Planning Department last time, and it was requested that a team member from Codes be at the next meeting to address those specific related issues.  So, be sure to attend this meeting and spread the word to neighbors.  As stated before, I currently have no intentions of filing any bill to implement an Overlay for Lincoya Hills.  This is purely an educational meeting, and the neighborhood will need to further discuss if this is the direction they’d like to take or not.

Lakeland Drive, Emery Drive, Donelsonwood Drive and Fitzergerald Drive neighbors – If you haven’t signed the Traffic Calming Petition or have any questions, please contact me. As soon as 70% of neighbors sign the required petition, traffic calming can be installed on your streets. If you’re reading this and know of a neighbor who lives on one of those streets, please help reach out to them and make them aware of this process and to contact me with any questions.

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Donelson Neighborhood News

Big thanks go to neighbors in Bluefields for all their efforts at landscaping and beautification this Fall and congrats on another successful Low Country Boil.

Thanks to the Lincoya Hills Neighborhood Association for hosting a candidate forum recently for the State Representative District 60 race.

Congrats to Maplecrest Neighborhood Association on their formation this year and two very successful block parties.  The one this past Spring was the largest neighborhood block party I had ever been to.

The Donelson Hills Neighborhood Association invites all neighbors across Donelson to their year-end meeting on Tuesday, November 11th at 6:30pm at Donelson Heights United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall.  The special guest speaker is Metro’s first Vice Mayor, George Cate!  Also in attendance will be our 2015 Mayoral candidates, so come learn about the fascinating history that created the first combination city/county government in the United States and those that are now working hard to lead us into the future. 

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