Volume 35 Issue 7
Having spent the last six months stabilizing the organization we have a renewed appreciation for the all of the hard work the Historic Preservation committee chaired by Michael Henry has accomplished over the years. Michael and his committee have thwarted demolition of historic properties, worked with the city to designate a number of historic neighborhoods, and worked with developers to realize the potential of buildings long forgotten and undervalued.
We also have come to appreciate the valuable work Co-Chairs Brad Cameron and Shayne Brady have dedicated themselves to through the efforts of the Zoning, Transportation, Land Use and Licensing committee. Brad, Shayne and company keep their eye on our community and shift into gear when neighborhoods are threatened with careless or potentially problematic development, mobility projects or when issues such as licensing rules around marijuana and short-term rentals need further explanation to our residents.
Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods is very fortunate to have such dedicated members among its ranks including all of the members who sit on these committees and those who volunteer time to email the city or local businesses to further the committees efforts.
Thank you to all!
Interested in how you can get involved? Become a member now!
As always, we want to hear your thoughts!
Travis Leiker & Mark Cossin
Co-Presidents, Board of Delegates
New Look, New Attitude!
Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods has made many changes this year and our new logo reflects that.
It's the work of one of our talented board members, Karen Pellegrin.
Watch this space for more of the Planning, Preserving and Improving that Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods is undertaking.
Driving for Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods:
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