STEELE CREEK NEWS
Residents Association Annual Meeting is March 12
26, 2015) The
2015 meeting of the Steele Creek Residents Association will be on
Thursday evening, March 12 at Christ the King Church (13501 South
6:30 PM - Meet and Mingle
7:00 PM - Presentations
|There will be a pre-meeting from 6:30 to 7:00 when attendees can
meet, mingle, and
learn about over a dozen non-profit groups and local government agencies that
will have displays with information about their services and programs.
Beginning at 7:00 speakers will address several issues important to
Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) Secretary,
will give an update on the status of the possible improvements
to State Highway 160 (Steele Creek Road). The North Carolina
Department of Transportation released its Draft Transportation
Improvement Program in December. See
Highway 160 Projects to be Funded by 2025.
Senior Principal Planner with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning
Department, will provide information about Charlotte's
Comprehensive Neighborhood Improvement Program, which
includes planned expenditures of $30,000,000 in the
Whitehall-Ayrsley area of Steele Creek over the next few years.
Charlotte Plans $30 M Capital Expenditures in Whitehall-Ayrsley
Christ the King Church is located at 13501 South Tryon St,
just southwest of CMC-Steele Creek. From the intersection of
S Tryon St (Hwy 49) and Steele Creek Rd (Hwy 160), continue
southwest on S Tryon St through the traffic signal at
Steelecroft Pkwy and past the fire station. Take the next left into the Christ the
King parking lot. Enter the building on the left side and
continue straight through the vestibule into the meeting room. Click
HERE or on the map above to see the location in
Peter Pappas of
Pappas Properties will provide information on the new Berewick Town
Center now under construction, and Chris Thomas of
Childress Klein Properties will give an update on new
development planned in the area around the new Charlotte Premium
There will be more
meeting and mingling after the speakers finish for as long as folks
are interested in staying to talk.
If you are with a
non-profit community organization or government agency that operates
out of Steele Creek or provides services in Steele Creek and would
like to share
information about your activities with your Steele Creek neighbors,
please contact us
firstname.lastname@example.org. Tables will be available
for you to spread out
displays, brochures, and other information.
Although attendees can sign up for membership in the Residents
Association (for $10),
membership is not required for attendance. Everyone interested in
Steele Creek is
welcome. You may also mail your dues to PO Box 38628, Charlotte NC
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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