Our next meeting will be on Monday, August 7 at 7:15pm at Life in the City United Methodist Church (formerly Grace UMC) at 205 East Monroe St. All are welcome!Interested in updates from SRCC? Sign up for our Monthly Update emails to get updates on local events and key issues. Want to be a voting member? Clickhere for membership details . Click Current Issues Tabfor info on the latest news in SRCC.
The Summer 2017 edition of the SRCC Newsletter has been printed and delivery is underway. You can also get a head start on reading it here.
Complete delivery of the paper newsletter to thousands of homes takes a few weeks. If it’s been a while and you have not received your copy, please contact Gretchen Otto at email@example.com.
A huge thanks to all the volunteers (area coordinators and block captains) needed in order to hand-distribute our newsletter! For many of our residents, this is still the only way for them to stay informed on what’s going on in our area.
The SRCC membership will vote on the adoption of revised bylaws at the September General Membership meeting on Monday, September 4, 2017. The meeting will be held at 7:15 pm in the Fellowship Hall of Life in the City United Methodist Church, 205 E. Monroe. At this meeting, a two-thirds majority vote in favor of adopting the revisions is required to pass the motion. In order to vote, member dues must be paid a month in advance, with the exception that if a former member’s dues have lapsed no more than 2 years, they may renew at the meeting and be eligible to vote.
Here are links to documents that will prepare members to vote on their approval:
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A local community group has created a very helpful video which takes you step-by-step through how to evaluate the potential impacts of CodeNEXT rezoning on your own property. This video focuses on the new LMDR zoning, which many of you do fall under.
Please take 11 minutes to watch this important video, and if you have concerns, please email the city council.
On June 5, the SRCC membership voted to approve a position paper created by the SRCC ad-hoc committee on the first draft of CodeNEXT, and on June 6 that paper was distributed to city staff, city council, and various city boards and commissions. A PDF of the final paper can be downloaded here. The city has posted it to their website, you can view it and many other position papers here.
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