WHEN: Monday May 20th, 2013 @ 6 PM sharp
WHERE: Casa Azafrán, 2195 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, 37211
(On the west side of Nolensville, near the intersection with Glenrose.
Look for the colorful mural over the entrance.)
Woodbine is changing quickly, and young families and their children continue to move into the neighborhood. The large diversity of our neighbors continues to help us towards our goal of encouraging positive and healthy growth.
Two topics continue to top residents’ wish list: making Woodbine beautiful and making Woodbine a safe, walkable neighborhood.
All of the traffic calming measures developed from our 2011 Traffic Calming initiative have now been implemented—lowered speed limit in residential section of Foster Avenue, large “No Trucks” signs, and a new four way stop at Peachtree and Foster—but the last measure, continuous sidewalks linking the residential section of Foster Avenue to Coleman Park, has not. For our May 20 meeting, we’ve invited representatives of Metro Public Works and the Traffic Calming Department to speak to us about this.
We’re also happy to have Karin Whitehead speak to us about Metro Beautification and how we can all keep Woodbine beautiful. She’ll also address some upcoming changes in recycling and trash collection that will encourage more people to recycle.
Please also remember that the WNA needs your support! Membership is only $10.00 per year per household, and memberships can be purchased prior to or after each meeting.
David Morales, President, WNA
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