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SHERWOOD FOREST CRIER
May 7, 2014
|SFNA General Meeting May 13|
The regularly scheduled general meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 13 at the Sherwood Forest ARP Church from 6:30-8:00 PM with socializing and snacks from 6-6:30.
John McKensie from the Columbia Tree & Appearance Commission will speak about an initiative to route these utility cables below ground and remove the utility poles. The Association has the option to endorse the resolution.
Read the resolution: http://www.sherwoodforestneighbors.org/html/pages/utility_undergrounding_resolution.html
More information about other cities' under-grounding policies:
Greenville’s residential program: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/WeathertheStorm/
Greenville’s major roadway program: http://tinyurl.com/nxumwmy
Hilton Head Program: http://tinyurl.com/kh7lzfx
The Commission's work includes reviewing and recommending policies and ordinances affecting trees and landscaping, and overseeing the development and implementation of a master plan for the beautification of the City of Columbia.
Officer Dustin Pollard our Columbia Police Department PACE officer will provide an update on crime in our area.
Our VP Mark Hering will discuss the nominating committee for new Association officers, and we will be recruiting new committee chairpersons.
We will also have updates on the Association's finances, replacement street sign toppers, and any other business to be brought before the meeting.
If you have an issue you would like discussed at the meeting or if you need transportation to the meeting, please contact Ed Tilden at 803 530-2436 or email email@example.com.
Bring yourself, your family, your neighbors, and any concerns you may have to the meeting!
Refreshments will be available.
Adopt-A-Street Trash Pickup
The Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Assocation has adopted our neighborhood streets for litter pickup. The next scheduled pickup is Saturday, May 17, 2014. We need a Beautification committee chairman to coordinate the pickup! This event is part of the Adopt-A-Street program of Keep The Midlands Beautiful. More information about the Adopt-A-Street program is available on the Keep The Midlands Beautiful web site at http://www.keepthemidlandsbeautiful.com.
Volunteer With The SFNA!
Volunteers are the backbone of every neighborhood association. Give a little time and effort, meet your neighbors, and your neighborhood becomes a better place to live. The Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association needs a Treasurer, Beautification committee chairperson, a Social committee chairperson, and a Membership committee chairperson! We need block captains! These positions only require a few hours of your time per year. They look good on a resume! Come to a general meeting to see what's what, talk to your neighbors, and see what you can do to get involved in the community.
Join the Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association
Dues are due in January. Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so the dues are tax deductible!
Why should you join the SFNA? http://www.sherwoodforestneighbors.org/Article326.html
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