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1 THE CHURCH HILL COMMUNITY SEPTEMBER 2015 NEWSLETTER ASSOCIATION IN THIS ISSUE p 3 p 4-5 p 10 p 11 p 16 President s Letter Letters to the Editor CHA August Picnic East End Community Collaboration James River Writers Find out more about the association and neighborhood Where Richmond Began at p 17 Bellvue Elementary School News p 20 UCI Hill Challenge p UCI Races Preparation p 25 Flag Order Form p 26 Market Commentary p Meeting Minutes p 30 Financial Report p 31 CHA Expenditures vs. Budget p Proposed Budget for 2016 p 35 Referrals

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3 LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT It s September and the 2015 UCI World Race Championships are almost here. You ll find information and our CHA plans to welcome the world (estimated at over 4 million viewers) to our beloved Richmond, and specifically to our Church Hill, elsewhere in this newsletter. In preparation for the race, the Chair of the CHA/UCI Welcoming Committee and I had the privilege of touring the entire Sunday September 27th men s race route with Cynthia Newbille and other community leaders. It starts out at the University of Richmond, goes through Carytown, down Monument Avenue to the Bottom, on to the Libby Hill cobbles and then up 23rd Street and on to Broad Street. We learned that in addition to all of the work we have already observed on the Hill and around the city, a massive clean-up is going to occur before the races begin on September 19th. Graffiti will be removed on the historic Richmond Hill walls and weeds will be cut all along the route. We pointed out the need for stop signs around our schools and the lack of crosswalks at the bottom of the Soldiers and Sailors staircase to Councilwoman Newbille during our tour. These are two important safety issues in our community. Let your Councilwoman know they are important to you too. I want to ask all of our Church Hill community to pitch in to dress up our neighborhood before the September races Richmond2015.com. We re center stage and this event will promote our city beyond anyone s dreams. So let s get the trash picked up, clean up after our pets, add those touches of paint you ve been meaning to get to, plant some nice fall flowers and fly high your American flags and Church Hill banners (two sizes). We have plenty available! Just go to our website, ChurchHill.org, and get your order in now. Also elsewhere in this newsletter you ll see how to sign up to volunteer for our Church Hill welcoming committee. Please show your community spirit and take a two-hour shift at the information booths or as a roaming concierge sometime during the three days the race will center on Church Hill. And then beyond the Race, we can look forward to Church Hill s Hogtober at Libby Hill Park. This is our annual big fundraiser sponsored by Style Weekly. Log on to volunteer and enjoy this great fall event on October 3rd: Hogtober.com. As we look even further into the year, we are now preparing for the winter holidays. We need homes for the Holiday House tour. Contact me at to have your home included in this fairy tale event. There will be more to come soon about the many CHA holiday activities. And finally, I want to remind everyone that at the September 15th CHA Membership meeting, we ll be voting on the proposal to transition our association to a tax exempt and tax deductible association like the many other neighborhood associations in Richmond. Regardless if you support this proposal or not, let s all come to the meeting to vote! To have a strong association we need to hear everyone s voice. It s only together that we can preserve our history and shape a positive future for our historic neighborhood. As always, take some time to enjoy the incredible VIEW! The silos are down!! Tom Wilds CHA President ChurchHill.org 3

4 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Dear Editor, My husband, Antonio Masullo, and I support the transition of the Church Hill Association (CHA) from a 501C4 to a 501C3 entity. We have followed the discussions and studied the many articles on this topic that have clarified the benefits and requirements of the 501C3 status. For all practical purposes, CHA s activities have been consistent with this status, but without the benefit of receiving donations which are tax-deductible. As a 501C3 organization, CHA could seek tax-deductible donations not only for the various Church Hill organizations and special events, but also for the betterment of our wonderful Libby Hill Park which is has many needs that cannot be met by the City but could addressed through donations. Improvements which will benefit our community and the many park users are unlikely to happen without extra resources. CHA could become a 501C3 entity and still retain its voice of advocacy, based on the experience of other civic organizations. The Fan District Association (FDA) and other Richmond civic associations have operated as 501C3s for years. Matthew Stanley, President of FDA, stated that his district has been engaged continuously with Richmond City Council, other City Boards and agencies, and others and has never experienced any issue with [their]tax-exempt designation (CHA August 2015 Newsletter). Much can be gained by changing CHA to a 501C3, following Tom Wilds detailed and clear path for this. Let us take that step into the future and realize the benefits for our Church Hill community. Sincerely, Barbara Cotter Editor, CHA Newsletter: As Treasurer last year, I know several of the solicited sponsorships of the Ball thought they were making a donation that they could deduct on taxes, but donated anyway in spite of finding out that they could not deduct their donation. We are already a 501c4, I see no reason not to follow multiple other neighborhood organizations in Richmond and become a 501c3. I can t see CHA getting thousands of dollars from large corporations for donations, but the neighbors would most likely appreciate the opportunity not only to donate, but to use it as a tax deduction. This designation is in place in several other Civic Groups, such as Fan District, Museum District, and Ginter Park Residents Association, in Richmond. Presently both the Fan District and Museum District Associations are involved with the proposed bus rapid transit, and have been quoted on multiple occasions in the media, to no ill effect that I am aware of. (See also the Letter in the August newsletter from Matthew Stanley, President of Fan District Association). I respect the concerns and corporate cautionary history of certain long-term members, but also trust the leadership currently in place, who ran this sort of organization as a successful career. I support the change. Respectfully, David Cooley Dear Editor: Healthy discourse is a sign of an involved neighborhood and Church Hill is nothing if not involved. Howard and I are on the side of having the CHA become a 501-c(3). This opinion is based on years of experience with other 501-c(3) s that continue to enjoy active interaction with their elected representatives. Understanding the many, diverse projects and celebrations on which our Association spends time, I am not at all concerned that the percentage of time spent lobbying a single issue would be enough to put our designation at risk. Don t forget that we would still be fully capable of packing City Council and letting our individual voices be heard. Advocacy is not disallowed and, traditionally, that has been one of our greatest strengths. Our elected officials will always need to hear from their constituents. I do not see a hired lobbyist in our future. Some other non-profits -501-c(3) - that regularly speak out to council and developers include Scenic Virginia, Historic Richmond Foundation, the Museum District Association, Ginter Park Community Association, and the Fan District Association. Developers would continue to make presentations to the CHA; we would still quiz them thoroughly, and give plenty of feedback. That is not lobbying. Whichever way this goes, let us all remain vigilant and involved. Thank you, Eugenia Anderson-Ellis Howard Ellis 4 September 2015

5 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (CONTINUED) Editor, As president of Les Boulefrogs of Church Hill Pétanque Club I must respond to Jean McDaniel s letter in August s Newsletter which contains many factually false allegations and statements. Ms. McDaniel s Statement: The Club Members (Petanque, AKA Les Boulfrogs [sic]) built two courts in Chimborazo Playground. which is actually an untrue statement. Fact: This allegation is factually false. The pétanque club did build two single courts in Chimborazo Playground in Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities provided the materials and prepared the sites. The pétanque club did everything else. Ms. McDaniel s Statement: Since the standard size of a Petanque Court should be 13 X 9 feet each, Fact: 13 X 9 feet is definitely not the standard size of a pétanque court. The minimum recommended size is 12 X 3 meters. Competition courts are 15 X 4 meters.. Ms. McDaniel s Statement: over one-third of the playground had been taken over, paid for by a majority of the allocated overall renovation funds. Fact: The plaza s design reflected several modifications due to budget reductions and PRCF s insistence on symmetry. It did not reflect the club s wishes. The area of the central plaza is about the same size as the basketball courts, not over 1/3 of the playground s space. It has not been taken over by the pétanque club as children play there and use the plaza for cycling, skate boards, etc. Only a small portion of the overall renovation funds ($1.2 million) was allocated for the central plaza/pétanque courts. Richard Taranto ChurchHill.org 5

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7 2016 Admissions Programs begin October 15th. Preschool Every Tuesday Nov. 3 through Dec. 15 9:00-10:30 a.m. Kindergarten Thursday, Oct. 15 Friday, Nov. 6 Monday, Nov. 16 each at 9:30 a.m. Middle School Sunday, Nov. 22 Sunday, Jan. 10 each at 2:00 p.m. REGISTRATION BEGINS NOW. Reserve your spot: sabotatstonypoint.org/admissions-registration or call (804) ChurchHill.org 7

8 ABOUT THE CHURCH HILL ASSOCIATION CHA Board of Directors President, Tom Wilds Vice President, Bill Dinkin Secretary, Vacant Treasurer, Trish Bernal Assistant Treasurer, Paul Lozito Directors at Large: Mark Baush Tish Bergin Karen Jones Barbara Cotter Pamela Lipscombe Past President, Geoffrey Cooper Zoning Committee Chair, Bill Dinkin Volunteers Church Hill Newsletter: Layout Graphics/Publisher, Donna Neves Editor/Publisher, Benjamin Thorpe Content Editor/Ad Sales Coordinator, Celeste Deal Lead Newsletter Distribution, South: Tom & Eileen Sanders North: Sandra Horton Membership Coordinator, Amy Beem Church Hill Planters, Marion Macdonald For more information on joining the CHA, please see our website at: or fill out the application included in this publication. CHA Mission The purpose of this organization shall be to promote a sense of unity and common endeavor among all the residents of the St. John s Church, Church Hill North, and Chimborazo Old and Historic Districts, other residents of the East District, and other interested persons, in order to develop a stable, desirable urban neighborhood. MEETINGS & NOTICES Zoning Committee Meeting Tuesday, September 1st, 6:00 pm Generally held on the Tuesday before the Board meeting at the Patrick Henry Pub, 2300 E. Broad Street at 6:00 pm Upcoming meeting: August 29th CHA Board Meeting Thursday, September 3rd at 6:00 pm Location: Urban Farmhouse Generally held on the first Thursday of every month at the Urban Farmhouse, 310 N. 33rd St. in the Lava Lofts building at 6:00 pm Upcoming meeting: October 1st Membership Meeting Tuesday, September 15th, 7:00 pm Location: St. John s Parish Hall Generally held on the third Tuesday of every month in St. John s Parish Hall, 2401 E. Broad St., at 7:00 pm Upcoming meeting: October 20th If any member wishes to attend any Zoning or Board meeting they are most welcome, but please check with Tom Wilds at for updated meeting times and dates. CALL FOR PHOTOS What does Church Hill look like to you? Send your iconic shots of the neighborhood to and see your image on the cover of the Newsletter! Let s find some new angles that show the changing Church Hill - or a new view of old classics like Libby Hill Park... 8 September 2015

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12 The Reverend Laura Inscoe, Rector Parish House: 2319 East Broad Street, RVA Come lift your spirit! Summer Sunday Mornings 10:00 a.m. Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. Coffee Hour Program Year Schedule Begins September 13 8:30 a.m. Holy Communion (no music) 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion 12:00 p.m. Coffee Hour, Parish Hall Blessing of the Animals 4:00 p.m. Sunday, October 4, 2015 Everyone s invited Please leash or cage your pet Conversations in Black and White Wednesday, October 28 6:00 p.m. Dinner 6:30 p.m. Presentation by the Rev. Ben Campbell based on his book Question and response period will follow. St. John s Parish Hall St. John s Church Foundation Saturday, October 17 Fancy Me Mad: An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe Sunday, October 18 Restoration Celebration We Raised The Roof! Church Open house, music, food trucks and more 1:00 4:00 p.m. Tours: Mon. Sat. 10:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Sunday 1:00 3:30 p.m. Visitor Center: September 2015

13 NEWSLETTER CONTENT & ADVERTISING The Editor would like to offer a reminder that your neighborhood newsletter is in need of monthly content, including: Informative, educational, historical articles with a focus on Church Hill; Photographs to go with articles and/or pictures that represent the neighborhood (will be printed in black & white, 300dpi, JPEG or TIF file, must be credited, and remain the property of the person submitting); Environmental or safety information that pertains to the neighborhood; Letters to the Editor (as space allows, 250 words); And more!! Editorial Policy dictates that the newsletter is published monthly except for a combined November/December issue. All official opinions of the CHA are found in the minutes of the meetings. All other opinions expressed in the newsletter are the opinions of the individual author. Submissions are welcome, however, Editorial Policy does not allow for personal attacks, profanity or anonymous submissions. Submissions may be edited for space. Final approval rests with the Board of Directors. The Church Hill Newsletter is distributed by volunteers throughout the Church Hill neighborhood (North and South of Broad Street). We also distribute to several area merchants. A total of 1600 issues are distributed monthly. DUE DATES Copy must be submitted by the 14th of each month to Ad submissions must be received before the 15th of each month for the upcoming issue. SEND MATERIALS Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Send ad files to: AD SIZE AND PRICING Half-page $60 at 7.5 x 4.75 Quarter-page $45 at 3.5 x 4.75 Full-page $115 at 7.5 x 10 Back cover $125 at 7.5 x 10 NEWSLETTER AD SPECS Black and white art only File formats: 300 dpi, PDF, TIF or JPEG Files must be sized correctly MSWord or.doc files will not be accepted Borders must fall within the size of ad space PAYMENTS 10% discounts for orders of 3 months or more. Payments for ad space should be received no later than the 15th of each month for the upcoming issue. No ads will run if payment has not been received. Payment by check only to: CHA Newsletter P.O. Box 8031 Richmond, VA CONTACT If you are interested in advertising in the Church Hill Newsletter, please check the website for ad specifications at ChurchHill.org, or questions to churchhill.org. What s next...? What corner of Church Hill s history would you like to explore? Send suggestions for the next historic article to: ChurchHill.org 13

14 STRAWBERRY STREET SALES IN THE HEART OF RICHMOND 409 Strawberry Street September 2015

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16 James River Writers Annual Conference Kick-Off Everyone here at James River Writers (JRW) is busy preparing for our annual conference. To kick off this year s conference, JRW will host writing craft and business classes at Virginia State Capitol s Visitors Center. This year s master classes cover topics on the mechanics of editing, public speaking tips for introverts, self-publishing tricks, and the buzz on ten minute essay writing. Even if your writing preferences lean toward journaling, just for fun channel your inner Cliff Clavin and sign up for the class on how professional crime fighters collect evidence to catch offenders. Here are the details: What: JRW 2015 Pre-conference Master Classes Where: Virginia State Capitol Visitors Center, 10 th & Bank Streets, Richmond, VA When: Friday, October 16 from 9 am to 4 pm Classes offered: 9:00-11:00 Nuts & Bolts: Editing your work like a pro Say Something: Public speaking for writers 11:15-1:15 Surviving Self-Publishing: Patience and perseverance Welcome to the crime lab: Learn from crime-fighting pros 2:00-4:00 Life in 10 minutes: Writing the personal essay Art of Slam: Adding spoken word to your performance repertoire Some restrictions do apply. You must be a registered conference attendee to sign up for these classes. However, after October 1 if space is available, classes will be open to those not attending the conference. Prices and schedules can be found on our website Want to support central Virginia s literary community or help a deserving teacher or student attend the conference? It s easy. Go to and select the Donate button and we ll walk you through the process. 16 September 2015

17 Bellevue Elementary School News All the news from Bellevue Elementary School September will be an exciting month for the whole city and Bellevue is pleased to be at the center of all the action for the UCI Road World Championships. Our fourth and fifth and first grade classrooms overlook the newly re-cobbled hill on 23rd Street that connects Grace and Franklin and is a key element of the bike course. We also have refurbished the garden on the west side of the building for use as an additional lunchroom and outdoor class time. In the next few weeks we will install some student s artwork to welcome the cyclists and the spectators. Watch this page next month for news on our annual Halloween carnival. We will also start a series featuring our teachers. They are the heart and soul of the school and we look forward to introducing them to you. ChurchHill.org 17

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20 Tom Wilds (L), President of the Church Hill Association and Mayor Dwight Jones (R) preside at the opening ceremony of the renovated 23rd Street. The Worlds, 20 September 2015

21 Help Us Mulch for the Race at Libby Hill Park. Sept.12, 8 to12 noon. Friends of Libby Hill Park and Church Hill Planters invite everyone to spread mulch on Saturday, September 12th from 8 a.m. to 12 Noon. Let s make our park look great for our visitors and also protect the tree roots by mulching them. We need your help! Come for an hour or all morning. Then take a break with coffee, fruit, bagels and other snacks. Bring your rakes, shovels and pitchforks and mark them, so they won t become lost. And, if you have a wheelbarrow or cart, please bring it to speed up the mulching. Thanks! ChurchHill.org 21

22 CHA/UCI Championship Cycling Races 22 September 2015

23 CHA/UCI Championship Cycling Races (continued) ChurchHill.org 23

24 Now conveniently located at 211A N 18 th Street by appointment Packages available upon request BEGIN YOUR NEW CHAPTER WITH LEIGH! THANK YOUS: I very much appreciate your help. Your professional experience was greatly needed in very difficult times. You led me by the hand, strong, persevering, no nonsense and always fair. A kind and strong soul. You are the very best. And, I KNOW IT! Joe Leigh is in a class all by herself (good and great). Dedicated, committed & wise! Sarah LEIGH HULCHER, ASSOCIATE BROKER cell fax 24 September 2015

25 Church Hill Flags (2 sizes) Order Form You can also order it on-line at the Church Hill Association website: Proudly display your flag for "community pride" and Church Hill Festivals & Events (Hogtober, Richmond Day, 2015 Road Race Championships) Quantity at $30. each 2 x3 Custom Printed Vertical Outdoor Nylon Single Reverse Flags with Header and Grommets (purchase your pole & bracket at most hardware stores) at $20. each at $7.50. each Custom Printed Vertical Garden Flags (3-piece bracket needed) 3-piece Wrought Iron Garden Flag Holder (Brackets measures 18 x45 when assembled) Total amount enclosed From the artist: The look is consistent with some of the graphics we already use on the ChurchHill.org website. A few landmarks really set us apart from other neighborhoods, and our history is reflected in them, including St. John s Church, the gas street lamps, the wrought iron fences, and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. We are also a neighborhood and that is seen in the trees, curving paths of the parks, hillsides, and homes with porches. The background behind the silhouettes is where the color comes in (not seen here in black and white). The color changes from a blue sky at the top, yellow through the middle, and down to red at the bottom. They are our neighborhood brand approved colors, and are representative of our changing seasons and sunny hilltop location. Karen A. Chase Order your flag at each Church Hill Association membership meeting OR Send your check (with contact information & quantity above) Name: Made payable to: Church Hill Association (flag) P.O. Box 8031 Address; Richmond VA or phone: ChurchHill.org 25

26 Market Commentary - July 2015 Single Family Homes ~ 12 new listings came to market with an average list price of $244,300 ~ 24 units went under contract with an average list price of $234,667 ~ 23 units closed with the highest sale price of $680,000 ~ The Median List Price for all Values was $237,850 ~ The Median Sale Price was $249,000 Condos/Townhomes ~ 1 new listing came to market at $ ~ 2 units went under contract with an average list price of $172,400 ~ 7 units closed with the highest sale price of $285,000 and an average sale price of $235,957 ~ The Median List Price for all Values was $206,400 ~ The Median Sale Price was $218,000 THE NEWS In July, the Richmond Planning Commission gave preliminary approval for plans to develop a 300-unit subdivision at site of the former Armstrong High School. The 22-acre site will be called Church Hill North and construction could start as early as The Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority is teaming with The Community Builders, a Bostonbased developer to create approximately 50 single-family homes, 250 multi-family units, 110 apartments, close to 100 flats and nearly 50 townhomes. The plan includes a community center, playgrounds, and open space. The group is also planning to redevelop nearly Creighton Court, a 30-acre site which contains 504 public housing units into upwards of 1500 market-valued homes for lower income residents. Both projects would cost a projected $100 million with an 8 to 10 year completion date. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR HOGTOBER ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 One week after people from all over the world will be fixated on Libby Hill Park as they watch the World Cycling Championships, Hogtober will roar into town. An entire day of Bands, Barbecue and Beer will let us display our incredible neighborhood to the Richmond Community and the world. Come celebrate with us. We need 100 volunteers to put this on. Support your neighborhood and volunteer. Please help us out by giving 2 hours of your time and join Church Hill in showing Richmond how to party! Sign up at Hogtober.com, join in the fun, and get invites to a special reception for volunteers as well as remarkable gifts. 26 September 2015

27 THINK PIG OCTOBER 3, 2015 / LIBBY HILL PARK / NOON-7PM Volunteers needed. Find out more and sign up at hogtober.com. HOGTOBER.COM ChurchHill.org 27

28 MEETING MINUTES Church Hill Association Membership Meeting Minutes May 19, 7 pm 2015 St. John s Church Parish Hall Welcome & President s Remarks President Tom Wilds welcomed the crowd and started the meeting a little after 7 pm. New Members present: Valerie Tate was introducedguests: None Presentation of Church Hill Association s donation to: Tom Wilds presented a check to Karen Chase for the winning CHA flag design Police Report: For Lt. Jeremy Sayles officer, Officer Tasha Miller reported-(two officers attended the meeting) the recent crime report. That report in full has been distributed. Several larcenies: Breaking and entering on Libby Terrace x 3. One occurred around 3 a.m., another was in the morning with entrance through unlocked door. Points of entry: fences, unlocked gates, windows. Tips for security distributed. Proposed 29 th Street Bike-Walk Street: East End Connects Catherine Illian, Max Hepp Buchanan and Nicole Brown. The group presented their idea of making 29 th Street more bike and walk friendly. They took comments and questions from the audience. No vote was proposed or taken. This was just a discussion to get neighbor input to possible future recommendations. This proposed route would serve to better connect our neighborhood North South to connect Terrain Park at Armstrong all the way to the River."The 29th Street Project or "The Neighborhood Byway would be a way for all non-vehicular traffic to move easier and safely. What would it take to make 29th street attractive to bikers and walkers? No proposed changes in parking. Plans revolve around investigating lowering speed limits, clear cross walks, pathway to cross Furman Park (M Street and 29 th ). Announcements and discussions: Questions about 501C3-501 c 3. The Current idea is to propose to convert current organization from a 501 c 4 to a 501 c 3. It was asserted by supporters of the change that we can continue operating as we have and be a 501(C)3 Charitable Organization." We can file the IRS EZ form because of our small size. Plan is to develop a short position paper for distribution to the membership so that we can become more informed and arrive at a decision. Members would then comment and a vote would be held at a latter membership meeting. Some members opposed the change and others asked questions that could be addressed in the future short paper. By-laws recommendations- Tom Wilds mentioned he had about 30 recommendations to amend the by-laws to make them more effective. Those changes will be taken up after we decide if the 501c3 change would occur. Race Committee- discussed the welcoming committee s ideas for the coming UCI Road Race in September. $200 was voted on by the membership for the purchase of streamers to install on street lights with the UCI colors. Karen Jones is coordinating the streamer purchase. Please complete Transportation questionnaire ( address in a Constant Contact message). Transportation Survey is also now on line and the Patrick Henry Park stairs have been repaired through our advocacy. Other staircases are slated for repair. The committee has reviewed current completed questionnaires from the public. The three major priorities are: Stop signs at Schools, sidewalk repairs, cross walks, lighting bike safety Church Hill Flag- Final design has been approved. $2000 was approved by the membership to finance the manufacturing of the two types of flags. Proceeds from sales will be returned to the CHA. June CHA picnic at Reed Square- June 16 is the next CHA picnic. Barbara Cotter and Pam Lipscombe are coordinating it. All Invited. Music will be provided by American Sample. A member is Liz Nance a local CHA member. Bring a dish. We re collecting can food donations at the picnic for the East End Family Resource enter. Announcements are in the newsletter. A door prize raffle was held for two pair of two tickets for an upcoming premier showing from a local Church Hill writer at the Fire House Theater. Private screening of "Artists Die Best In Black", based on the novel by Martha Mabey. The screening will be on Saturday, May 30th, at Firehouse Theatre, 1609 W. Broad Street. Doors open at 7 p.m., film at 8 pm, cash bar. Approval of the April Membership Minutes April minutes were approved y the membership Treasurer s Report- Paul Lotizo, asst. reported the total cash on hand as of May 31st was $32,543.79; Total cash receipts $100; Total Expenses $2, for a change in cash of ($2,069.99). Membership Report-Amy Been reported total membership now at 204 with 32 present Zoning Committee s Report- No report given New Business- Rockett s landing: asphalt for cap2cap trail has been placed. May 30th: Church Hill Yard Sale: Libby Hill Park 9 a.m. to 3 p.m There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at approximately 8:45 pm Adjournment Next Meeting: CHA June Picnic, Reed Square June 16 at 6:30 pm Bring a dish, a chair, a friend and a donation of non-perishable food for the East End Family Resource Center Respectfully Submitted Geoffrey Cooper & Tom Wilds 28 September 2015

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