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Christmas 2020 in South Park

07 Dec
Christmas2020

Alright South Park, the UFC (Unofficial Fun Committee) had our meeting and we’ve nailed down the events for December!   Here’s what we’ve got lined up: Santa Claus is coming to South Park! Tuesday, Dec 22nd @ 4PM Santa will arrive in his trailer… ahem, sleigh at the Park Dr. gazebo. He’ll be taking a […]

The South Park Cat Spay/Neuter Program is back!

25 Nov
PAL veterinarian Dr. Laura by her distinctive van, often found at Hope Lutheran Church.

Thanks to a generous grant from Holly and Michael DiFlora, neighbors may take domestic and feral cats to PAL for free fixing by Dr. Laura. PAL has 4 clinics a month at Hope Lutheran Church, 500 Hickory.   You must call Julie for an appointment 937-278-8330, then take your cats to the Church to check […]

HSPI Meeting Minutes: November 24, 2020

25 Nov

Here are the minutes of our most recent meeting, pending member approval. Thank you for attending, in person or virtually. We need you! NOTES FOR THE HSPI November 24, 2020 Meeting Attendees: 3 execs – Holly Diflora, treasurer; Tracy Kraft 2nd VP (virtually); Heath MacAlpine, Membership Secretary 5 neighbors in person 12+ neighbors online (via […]

How to keep your property safe from trespassers

23 Nov
Paperwork involved when a citizen charges an intruder with trespassing: a subpeona, a case summary, and location card.

Although South Park looks and feels like a friendly small-town neighborhood, it’s officially an “urban environment.” That means we need to stay alert to the kinds of petty property crime you find in any city. Trespassing is part of the mix of crime that neighbors may encounter. Several South Park neighbors and businesses, alarmed by […]

How can I slow down traffic on my street?

29 Oct
slowyouroll

Speeding traffic in South Park’s narrow streets is an ongoing concern. Many drivers use our residential streets as a shortcut from Warren to Wayne, rather than taking the wider and safer options of Wyoming and Buckeye — which don’t even have stop signs! The neighborhood association doesn’t usually have enough volunteer-power to do this kind […]

Meeting Minutes: Oct. 27, 2020

28 Oct

Here are the minutes of our most recent meeting, pending member approval. Thank you for attending, in person or virtually. We need you! NOTES FOR THE HSPI October 27, 2020 Informal Meeting Attendees: 3 execs – Mark Keller, president; Holly Diflora, treasurer; Tracy Kraft 2nd VP (virtually) 15 neighbors in person 18-20 neighbors online (via […]