Tangletown Neighborhood Association
Regular Meeting, Monday, June 19, 2006
1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call—attendance of Board members noted.
3. Approval of Agenda—approved
4. Approval of Minutes—approved
5. Treasurer’s Report—deferred as Supat has been delayed.
6. City Council Report – Councilman Benson or John Dybvig. Not present.
7. 4701 Nicollet for a 14 Unit Condo—Dan-Bar Homes Proposal is to build a 14 unit condo on the corner of 47th and Nicollet. Retail space of about 3,500 sq ft would be on the ground floor. 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units price from low $200,000 to about $300,000. Will include underground parking. The City will be reviewing this application in terms of site review in the next few weeks. The project meets current zoning for the site and will not require any variances. Estimated to be ready for occupancy in April 2007 or so. The proposers will be updating the exact exterior design and materials over the summer. Tara Beard is the city planner working on the project.
8. 4th of July Update Laura Silver gave an update on the current state of planning for the July 4th event. We will plan to acknowledge sponsors and contributors to the raffles on the web site and in the newsletter. Laura presented a draft budget for Board approval for expenses for July 4th. Expenses are about $800. The Board approved the draft budget, not to exceed $900. Anyone who wishes to volunteer can come to the event anytime after 8.30am.
9. Open Matters – Board Members Board voted to authorize grant application for public involvement funds.
10. Open Matters – Members of Tangletown Marianne Shaw explained that a lot of work is going on planning for possible emergencies, such as avian flu, but it is not clear if anything is being done at the neighborhood level. Lots of planning involves state and local governments and hospitals and other first providers. The Minneapolis Fire Dept offers some training, probably in September, if a group of neighbors are interested. The training is 40 hours in total. Southwest has already had this training. Some basic information could be included in the next newsletter on this issue. Marianne Shaw agreed to be the contact person for people interested in getting the training. A sign up sheet at the July 4th event will be used to see who would be interested. See http://www.pandemicflu.gov/plan/pdf/Individuals.pdf for the City of Minneapolis information.
The board discussed the upcoming changes to the Aqua City Motel site on south Lyndale Avenue, where condos have been proposed. The original plan was for 57 units, and approval was for 51 units. See LASR-CC (Lyndale Avenue South Renewal – Creek to Crosstown) web site for more details http://www.southlyndale.org
11. Election of Officers Nomination for President: Andrew Hedden. Elected unopposed. Nomination for Vice President: Sarah Cortright. Elected unopposed. Nomination for Secretary: Norman Foster. Elected unopposed.
12. Upcoming Events Plans for Home Tour are continuing.
13. Adjournment. Meeting adjourned at 8.52 am.
Sarah Cortright, Meredith Johnson, Joe Thiegs, Ryan Fisher, Mary Davidson, Jerry Doyle, Steve Edwards, Norman Foster, Andrew Hedden, Laura Silver.
Not present: Supat Tipayamongkol
Sarah Cortright, Mary Davidson, Jerry Doyle, Steve Edwards, Ryan Fisher, Norman Foster, Andrew Hedden, Meredith Johnson, Laura Silver, Joe Thiegs, Supat Tipayamongkol