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January 2011 CAC Meeting

posted Jan 8, 2011, 10:06 AM by Reid Serozi   [ updated Jan 11, 2011, 8:11 AM ]
Due to inclement weather, the January Mordecai CAC Community Meeting is CANCELED

Happy New Year Mordecai CAC Residents! Have you read the January Newsletter?

We are ready to have our first community meeting of the year Tuesday evening !!!
When: Tue Jan 10 @ 7:30pm – 8:30pm 
Where: Trinity United Methodist Church, 824 North Bloodworth St

Welcome (5 min)

Approve CAC Meeting Minutes, Vote CAC Social Nominations, CAC Marketing Update

Police Report (5 min)

Officer Taylor will update us on any new activities in our neighborhood and answer
questions.

Senior Officer C.C. Taylor—Downtown District Crime Prevention Officer
Raleigh Police Department

Parks and Recreation Report (5 min)

City staff member from the Parks Department will update us on any new activities in
our neighborhood and answer questions.

Welcome NEW Businesses (5 min)

Phydeaux is an independent, locally-owned pet supply store located in the Sea Board
Shops. Come and hear from the store manager about their best quality supplies for
your dogs, cats, birds, and small animals. Store coupons will be available.

Traffic initiatives within the Community (20 min)

Ken Bowers - - Deputy Director City of Raleigh Planning Department
Eric Lamb - - Transportation Services Manager

Ken and Eric will speak on planning and traffic initiatives within our CAC boundaries.
Ken will discuss the Capital Blvd Corridor Study currently underway and the upcoming
Wake Forest Road/Person and Blount Street Corridor Study which will begin scoping in
Summer 2011. Eric will speak on streetscaping and traffic calming priority listings and
address traffic concerns recently submitted to the traffic committee.

Mobilizing Our Neighborhoods from the Inside Out (5 min)

Asset Based Community Development looks at each person, business and organization
in our neighborhoods as assets. The first step towards meeting these goals is
identifying valuable assets within the community.

North End Community Project (3 min)

A CAC priority for 2011 will involve targeting the North End business district along
North Person Street and surrounding areas. The community will find ways to get involved
to enhance the curb appeal for residents and existing businesses. The first project
will involve the abandoned Barber Shop on North Person Street. More details will
be shared and how you can get involved.

Traffic Committee Report (3 min)

Update from Philip Bernard, CAC Traffic Chair

Parks Committee Report (3 min)

- Mordecai Historic Park Interpretive Center Status Update
Update from Dana Deaton and David Plotner, CAC Parks Chair

Neighborhood Update (3 min)

What’s new with the local Neighborhoods? We welcome residents to share information.
What’s new with Pilot Mills, East Mordecai, Historic Mordecai, Cotton Mill or Oakdale?

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