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Steele Creek Residents Association Annual Meeting is February 28

(February 10, 2019) The 2019 meeting of the Steele Creek Residents Association will be on Thursday evening, February 28 at Kennedy Middle School (4000 Gallant Lane).

Time:     6:00 PM - Pre-meeting Meet and Mingle
              7:00 PM - Presentations
              8:00 PM - Additional Meet and Mingle

Meet & Mingle

There will be a pre-meeting from 6:00 to 7:00 when attendees can meet, mingle, and learn about over two dozen non-profit groups and local government agencies that will have displays with information about their services and programs. Networking will continue after the presentations.

Participants in the Meet and Mingle will include Arrowood Business Association, Berewick Recreation Center/Winget Recreation Site, Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS), Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT). Charlotte Douglas Airport, Charlotte Engineering and Property Management, Charlotte Housing and Neighborhood Services, Charlotte Planning, Design & Development Department, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department:  Steele Creek Division and Animal Care and Control, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO), Lake Wylie Covekeepers/Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation, McDowell Nature Center, Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department - Greenway and Park Planning, Mecklenburg County Tax Assessor's Office, North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), Olympic High School Athletic Booster Club, Palisades Episcopal School, Steele Creek Historical and Genealogical Society, Steele Creek Library, Steele Creek Masonic Lodge, Steele Creek YMCA, Steele Creek Volunteer Fire Department, and TreesCharlotte.

Learn about:

  • Sports and other programs for youth and adults at Berewick Recreation Center, McDowell Nature Center, and Steele Creek YMCA
  • Plans for airport expansion and road relocations; what's happening with airport noise
  • Road improvements through the city's Comprehensive Neighborhood Improvement Program
  • Plans for extending the Walkers Branch Greenway Trail
  • Plans for widening Highway 160 and improvements to the Hamilton Road intersection
  • The Steele Creek Volunteer Fire Department's new fire engine
  • Plus much, much more

Presentations

Lead appraisers Cecil Jackson and Lloyd Salter with the Mecklenburg County Tax Assessor's Office will give a presentation on the 2019 property revaluation and the appeals process.

Charlotte Planning Director Taiwo Jaiyeoba, Bob Cook, Assistant Planning Director for CRTPO, and Dave Pettine of Charlotte Department of Planning will discuss Planning for Steele Creek Growth and Quality of Life, especially as it impacts roads. They will give an overview of the rezoning process and the development of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan.

Board of Directors Election

Association members will vote to fill three positions on the Board of Directors at the meeting as specified in the Steele Creek Residents Association Bylaws.

Membership

Although residents and businesses can sign up for membership in the Residents Association (for $10 - cash or check), membership is not required for attendance. Everyone interested in Steele Creek is welcome. You may also mail your membership dues to PO Box 39396, Charlotte NC 28278-1024. Those paying dues will receive a Board of Directors Election Ballot.

Click on this link to read about the 2018 meeting:/font> Schools, Roads, and Branding were Topics at 2018 Residents Association Annual Meeting.

2017 Steele Creek Annual Meeting

This will be a great opportunity to learn more about what's going on in Steele Creek and catch up with folks you may not have seen for a while.

We hope to see you there!

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