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Steering Committee Meeting set for Feb. 17

Submitted by Editor on February 1, 2011 – 9:14 pm | Print or Email »One Comment

As always, Eastside Hill residents and interested parties are welcome to attend all Eastside Hill Neighborhood Association steering committee meetings. This meeting may feature the formation of some subcommittees, planning for events like the next neighborhood garage sale, and discussion of open committee seats. Public comments will be welcomed near the beginning of the meeting.

Date and Time: Thursday, Feb. 17th, 6:45pm
Place: Our Savior’s Lutheran Church • 1310 Main St. •
Eau Claire, WI (in library or nearby room)

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  • ted barr says:

    Thank you, steering committee, for not supporting a proposal to fence the part of Boyd Park adjacent to the top of the riverbank. Fencing there is unnecessary, and would be costly and unsightly.

    Last fall city workers removed the cyclone fencing bordering Forest Hill Cemetery on Heubsch Blvd. The result is an inclusive, unobstructed view into the green space. The Dodge St. side of the cemetery is still enclosed with cyclone fence. I hope you will encourage the Parks and Forestry Department to remove this fence eventually and to put on hold any plans to re-install fencing on Heubsch.

    The paver brick retaining wall on Emery St. is another border of the cemetery that needs to be addressed. A small section of the wall is failing and has needed repair for at least four years. This unique wall is one of the physical aspects of the Eastside Hill that make it a special place and represents a reuse of a material that constituted the earlier roadway. Please do what you can to bring it to the attention of Parks and Forestry and insist on a timetable for repair. Thank you.

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