Meetings & Minutes
Historic South Park, Inc. helps you participate in community building and self-governance. We meet ten times a year, January-July, September-November. The 4th Tuesday of the month at Hope Lutheran Church, 500 Hickory.
Our last meeting of the summer (we don’t meet in August) was held at Branch & Bone. Our discussion focused on anti-crime and how we are working with the Dayton police to protect the businesses along Wayne Avenue and keep trespassers off of private property.
Member had a productive conversation about the Hickory Street traffic headaches with leaders from Emerson Academy and City of Dayton staff; Phase 3 of South Park Flats is announced; progress on Wayne Avenue Safety, discussion of crime at Sunoco stations.
Montgomery County Treasurer and the president of Preservation Dayton Inc. talk about how to get abandoned or foreclosed properties back on the market so they can be lived in again.
We heard a Wayne Avenue Safety update, as well as updates on new playground equipment, the City’s mowing and bulk pickup changes, and news of four streets getting repaved.
Our last meeting of the summer takes place in the patio at Branch & Bone. Please make time for this meeting so you can catch up on all the issues HSPI tackles on behalf of our neighbors.
Review Emerson’s plan to move cars off Hickory Street during pickup/dropoff times. Guests include Jeff Chamberlain, Dir of Real Estate for National Heritage Academies; Ariane Johnson, Principal of Emerson Academy; City of Dayton staff members.
7pm at Hope Lutheran Church. Our guest speaker, John McManus, Montgomery County Treasurer, will discuss how to acquire abandoned, vacant buildings.