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Chantilly Neighborhood Meeting Thursday, September 17 – 7 pm

Your Chantilly Neighborhood Association Board hopes you have  had a great summer.  The next meeting, as always, will be at Chantilly Hall 2101 Shenandoah Ave.  Meetings are 1 hour or less!

- Presentation by Charlotte CATS representatives on the proposed Silver light rail line

- Introduction and presentation by Sustain Charlotte

- Vote on new neighborhood bylaws (Click here) – as well as Directors for the Association’s Board

- Next Adopt-a-street cleanup will be Saturday, September 26, 9 am – meet at the corner of Bascom and Shenandoah – bags and ‘grabbers’ provided

Read the Fall 2015 Newsletter

2015 Fall Chantilly newsletter cover


What did I miss at the June meeting?

Click here to see the meeting slides

June had a well-attended meeting featuring new neighborhood faces.  The keynote speakers were Gwen Cook, a planner with the Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation to talk about plans for the Briar Creek Greenway project that will connect to Chantilly Park

2015 Briar Creek Greenway Chantilly Meck Park and Rec

Also, Alan Goodwin, a Charlotte City planner, provided details on an overland connection from Chantilly Park to the Little Sugar Creek greenway to be completed in 2018

Click here to see Gwen’s slides on the Briar Creek Greenway project

Click here to see Alan’s slides on the overland connector through Elizabeth

Other topics included a report that CNA is once again a 501(c)(3) organization; report from the bylaws committee; request for neighbor assistance on the neighborhood tree replacement initiative with the City and TreesCharlotte; and a report on the research conducted for neighborhood signs.

Thanks again to Libby Meiners for organizing our first neighborhood adopt-a-city street cleanup

2015 adopt city street chantilly


Chantilly News!

If you missed it, please find the Summer newsletter here (click)

See you all September 17 – 7 pm

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