Monthly Archives: January 2018

It’s Downtown Voices time, Sat., Feb. 10

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Join us for the next Downtown Voices Coalition Steering Committee meeting on Saturday, February 10, starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Roosevelt Commons Clubhouse, 825 N. 6th Avenue.

WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS (Tim Eigo)

GUEST SPEAKERS

  • ArtPrize (Daniel Packard & Marshall Shore)
  • Phoenix Mural Project (Danielle Foushee)

DEVELOPMENT MATTERS

  • Molly Neal House (formerly Way Cool) at 102 E. Willetta (Robert Young)
  • 200 W. Monroe Project Proposal (Eric Johnson)
  • Other

ISSUES & ADVOCACY

  • Central-City Neighborhoods Mayoral Debate (Tim Eigo)
  • State Legislative Update (Ryan Boyd)
  • Tree & Shade Master Plan (Sean Sweat)
  • High-rise Illuminated Signs (Doug Newton)
  • FAA Flight Path Changes (Steve Dreiseszun)
  • Other

UPCOMING COMMUNITY/CIVIC EVENTS

  • Bike Registration, Public Market, 2/17
  • Meet the New CASS Director, ASU Law School, 2/27
  • Phoenix Urban Design Week
  • Art Detour 2018
  • Modern Phoenix Week
  • Other

NEW BUSINESS

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Happy New Year! Join us on Saturday, Jan. 13, 9:30 a.m.

Join us for “first of the new year” Downtown Voices Coalition Steering Committee meeting on Saturday, January 13, starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Roosevelt Commons Clubhouse, 825 N. 6th Avenue.

WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS ~ Tim Eigo

GUEST SPEAKERS

  • Marisol Credit Union on Grand Avenue (Robin Romero)
  • Upcoming book on university-community relations (Davarian Baldwin, Trinity College Professor)
  • ArtPrize (Daniel Packard & Mike Oleskow)

DEVELOPMENT MATTERS

  • ASU Phoenix Biomedical Campus and Thunderbird Campus move (Rick Naimark & Ruben Alonzo)
  • Upcoming RFPs (Jeff Stapleton/CED)
  • Hance Park (HPC representative)
  • Electronic Signage (e.g., Renaissance Center, 111 W. Monroe, BMO, UA)
  • 30-Day Demolition Hold “expansion” to single family/duplexes in Downtown Core (it passed!)
  • Molly Neal House (formerly Way Cool) at 102 E. Willetta (cost estimates to move much higher)
  • Notes from Garfield
  • Other

ISSUES & ADVOCACY

  • Downtown Code Text Amendments (including frontages/ substations)
  • Downtown Community Reinvestment Fund (Jeff Sherman & Ryan Boyd)
  • FAA Flight Path Changes (Steve Dreiseszun)
  • Tree & Shade Master Plan (citizens committee underway)
  • Other

UPCOMING COMMUNITY/CIVIC EVENTS

  • New temporary library open at Park Central Mall (per Louise Roman)
  • Art Detour 2018
  • Other

NEW BUSINESS

ADJOURNMENT