165RE: [SCOPA] Central Avenue Update
- Apr 25, 2005I did not attend the meeting and have no information. Sorry.
From: Alvin W. Wolfe [mailto:wolfe@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 23, 2005 4:03 PM
Subject: [SCOPA] Central Avenue Update
On my return, I notice that SCOPA members have not been sharing much
information via the SCOPA YahooGroup. My communication has been
seriously curtailed these past few months due to a shoulder
immobilizer subsequent to surgery. Now I need only a sling so I am
Upon my return, I have found a few items of interest, but I am sure
some SCOPA Members have much more and I hope they will share it.
In the Minutes of the March 23 Meeting of the Neighborhood and
Communities Task Group, under "Central Park Forum" I found:
"Susan Greenbaum informed the group that the follow-up committee for
the forum was held on March 11th. The follow-up committee is
currently completing two summaries documenting the event. The
initial summary consists of a four-page description with photographs
that will be sent to all attendees of the forum and community
members. The longer report is approximately sixteen pages and
provides greater detail on the workings of the event.
"The follow-up committee created an additional sub-committee to
follow up the community needs expressed at the table such as the
relocation concerns of residents. Additionally, they are currently
writing grants for formalization and staffing to assist in funding
and documentation efforts of the forum.
"An additional meeting on the forum is being planned. Dr. Greenbaum
advised that the morning of April 12th is the tentative date for the
meeting, which will be held at the Resident's Association."
?Did anybody participate in the April 12th meeting of the Follow-Up
At the USF Collaborative Directors Meeting on April 18, although they
talked some about Central Avenue and Central Park Village, I heard no
mention of that April 12th meeting. However, Robin Jones did mention
that the Tampa Housing Authority (or the Mayor's AdHoc Task Group?)
had issued an RFQ. Does anybody know about that? Does it say
anything about need for a social impact Assessment? We should not
drop the ball.
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