Grocery bags have been distributed to much of Fulton Heights by First Presbyterian Youth. If you choose, you may put non-perishables in the bag and set on your front steps/porch for pick up on Sunday afternoon, November 3. Please note the date — Sunday after Halloween. Thanks for continuing this long tradition of helping others.
1)Chestnut Hill Cemetery Walk has been postponed from September 14 to next Spring. 2)Harmony Farm event has been postponed from September 21 to next spring. 3) October Tour is Oct 12-13. 4)Fulton Heights Halloween Parade begins at 5 PM on October 31 on Mitchell Avenue.
Our Fulton Heights community picnic will be Sunday, August 25 at 6 PM at Centennial Park, corner of Wiley and Stanley. Bring food to share, a chair/blanket, money for 50/50 raffle, annual dues ($20), vintage plat maps, etc. We provide paper products, utensils, water, lemonade & serving tables. In case of rain, we will go to 2nd Presbyterian Church, 732 Lincolnton Rd. Come and celebrate with your neighbors!
The Salisbury Planning meeting will be Tuesday, August 27 beginning at 4 PM at the City Council Chambers. The RoMed group will present their proposal for the third phase of their complex. You may have seen the signs announcing this hearing. The RoMed group is concerned about the impact on our neighborhood and wants to keep us informed. We have a group of four neighbors who have been meeting with them and looking at the plans. This is the brief report from August 2 meeting:
The committee (Andrew Pitner, Tim Truemper, Warren Brewton and Tommy Thomas) met with Rob Watts at Romed last week to review the attached plans. They intend to take these plans to the planning board, potentially as soon as the Tuesday 8/27 meeting. Rob Watts represents the property owners group and they are pushing these plans to get a rezoning determination. The doctor’s group that wants to expand doesn’t have a specific timetable for building/construction, so it’s not clear when or if the project will be actually built. Per Rob, the determination from planning board will ‘lock in’ the site plan. There aren’t architectural details for the building, but it would be expected to be comparable to the other buildings on site (2 story, brick). The separation from the neighborhood consists of a 6′ stockade fence, evergreen plantings and some deciduous trees.
The public is invited to the Planning Board meeting, so feel welcome if you wish to attend.
Bulk Pick up is this week – Thursday, July 25, in most of Fulton Heights.
Put out bulky items including furniture, mattresses, tires without rims, appliances.
NO Computers or TV or construction material.
ALSO – a nice Thomas Train/Car Play table is out for free in the 500 block of Maupin. Needs to be reassembled.
Saturday June 1. This is a neighborhood event. Your neighborhood association pays for advertising and puts out signs. No need to sign up — just put your stuff out by 8 AM – or earlier. Or go see what the neighbors have that you might need! Good way to get acquainted.