April 2019 Suburban Acres Civic League Meeting Recap and Minutes

The minutes of the April 2019 Suburban Acres Civic League General Meeting are published and posted to the Meeting Minutes area of our website.  Please check out the minutes for a full recap of topics and discussion.

Guest speaker for the meeting was City Council member Courtney Doyle.  Topics ranged from school funding, St. Paul’s Project, to Pedestrian signals and street speed signs along Thole.

Thank you to Mary Ann Grogan, Diane Ruhl, Karen Mayne and Nathaniel Kinnison for providing the food, refreshments and sweets for the meeting!

We look forward to seeing neighbors at the next meeting in May!

[Reminder] Suburban Acres Civic League General Meeting April 8, 2019

Suburban Acres Civic League Meeting, Monday, April 8, 2019

Speaker:       Courtney Doyle, Norfolk City Council, Ward 2

When:           6:30 pm, Monday, April 8, 2019

Doors open at 6:00 pm for refreshments and socializing

Where:         Suburban Park Elementary School, 310 Thole Street

We invite nearby civic leagues to join us for our special speaker this month.  If you have a question or comment for Ms. Doyle, please write it down and bring it with you.  She would like to know what is on your mind.

City of Norfolk Recycling Survey

The City of Norfolk has posted a survey in an attempt to gather feedback from citizens about their feelings about recycling, how much they do it, and how much they’d be willing to pay to make sure it continues. Please consider taking this survey to help the city with its decision making process regarding this important issue.

There is also a very interesting report posted on this website that the City will be presenting to City Council later this month. We also encourage our neighbors to sign up for Open City Hall so you can provide input on other surveys that the city posts in the future.

https://www.opentownhall.com/7261

This is an key issue for our city to sort out with full feedback from all citizens. For further context, please read the below article published in the Virginian Pilot on February 14, 2019.

https://pilotonline.com/news/government/local/article_13277810-306d-11e9-aa7c-0bb31a4ef4f1.html

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Norfolk Town Hall Meeting – February 12

To Hear Comments Regarding Mid-town Office Tower Project
Three members of Norfolk’s City Council will host a Town Hall Meeting, Saturday, February 12, 2011, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at Granby High School.  Council members Tommy Smigiel (Ward 5), Angelia Williams (Ward 7) and Andy Protogyrou (Ward 1) have called the meeting to hear comments from citizens regarding the Mid-town Office Tower, a proposed construction project at the corner of Tidewater Drive and Virginia Beach Boulevard.  The project developer, Tivest Development, is asking for additional city support for the $32.7 million project.
An ordinance authorizing the City Manager to negotiate amendments to an existing agreement between the city and the developer is scheduled for a vote when City Council convenes Tuesday afternoon, February 15th at 2:30pm, and the hosting council members want to give Norfolk citizens an increased opportunity to voice their views on the project.
 
Norfolk Town Hall Meeting
Topic:  Mid-town Office Tower Project
Date:  Saturday, February 12, 2011
Time:  9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
(Doors will open at 8:45 a.m.)
Location:  Granby High School (7101 Granby Street)
 
For more information and to contact Councilman Smigiel, go to http://www.norfolkward5.com, call (757) 531-7595 or email thomas.smigiel@norfolk.gov
For more information and to contact Councilwoman Williams, call 419-8183 or email angelia.williams@norfolk.gov
For more information and to contact Councilman Protogyrou, call 625-1775 or email andrew.protogyrou@norfolk.gov