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November 2010 CAC Meeting

posted Nov 6, 2010, 6:48 AM by Reid Serozi   [ updated Nov 9, 2010, 4:02 PM ]

Welcome (5 minutes)

  • Approve October CAC Meeting Minutes
  • CAC Co-Chair, Social Chair Nominations
  • CAC Marketing Update
  • The North End Project
  • Neighborhood award
  • Guy Caprioli, 2010 Neighborhood Recognition Awards

Police Report (5 minutes)

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

Inspections Dept Report (3 minutes)

Staff members from the housing inspection office will be present to answer any questions regarding environmental and houses violations in the neighborhood.

Parks and Recreation Report (8 minutes)

Introducing the new Interpretive Center project at the Mordecai Historic Park. Details will be shared about the park master plan amendment to locate the new building. There will be a public meeting at the end of November.

Shawsheen Baker, Landscape Architect
City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation - Design Development Division

Meet and Greet - New Councilman Eugene Weeks (10 minutes)

Eugene Weeks recently joined the Raleigh City Council to represent District C. This an opportunity for residents to meet their new councilman who represent the interests of residents and businesses within the Mordecai CAC district.

Welcome Businesses - Hadley Watson & Eddie Blair, White Oak Properties Inc (5 minutes)

Watson and Blair are the listing agent for the residential condos (Brookside Lofts) coming up for sale on the corner of Brookside and Glascock. A presentation will be given about plans for this property. They are interested to hear the neighborhood’s ideas.

CAC Communications (8 minutes)

There was a motion made at our October CAC meeting to accept the Google Group recommendations from the recent survey. There will be further discussion of these recommendations before taking a final vote. 

Mobilizing Our Neighborhoods from the Inside Out (5 minutes)

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.

Neighborhood Update (3 minutes)

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?

Traffic Committee Report (3 minutes)

Update from Philip Bernard, CAC Traffic Chair

Parks Committee Report (3 minutes)

Update from Dana Deaton and David Plotner, CAC Parks Chair
When: Tue Nov 9 @ 7:30pm – 8:30pm
Where: Trinity United Methodist Church, 824 North Bloodworth St



The CAC Meeting will be live on the Internet, for those that can't make it out of the house. Steaming information will be available Tuesday evening, please check back!


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