November Meeting and Newsletter

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The next meeting is Tuesday, November 13.

ATHENAEUM THEATRE
2936 N. SOUTHPORT
6:30pm – Member socializing
7:00pm – Meeting begins

South Lakeview Playlot (Blue Park) – Renovation Plans
The South Lakeview Playlot Advisory Council will present the design plans for the Playlot. In addition, the Council will outline the fund raising requirements for the renovation, which includes a combination of private and business donations, funds from the Alderman and the Park District. If you are on the Facebook – go to “blue park chicago” to view the plans. The plans are also posted at the Playlot.

Lincoln/Belmont/Ashland – Survey of SLN Members on New Traffic Changes
As previously reported in the SLN September 2018 newsletter and in Alderman Waguespack’s email newsletter, certain changes to this intersection designed and proposed by CDOT over the last two years or so and reviewed by an Aldermanic and Neighborhood Task Force (of which I, Bill Haderlein and other SLN members were on) are being implemented prior to full funding of the Total Reconstruction Project. According to the Alderman’s newsletter these improvements will allow CDOT to gather additional community input that will help guide the “FINAL” Reconstruction Project.  Read a lot more about this in the newsletter.

Tutto Fresco – restaurant presentation
The Owners will give a presentation discussing the menu and operations of this restaurant.

Now for a little cheer! Everyone mark your calendars for our annual Holiday Party Tuesday December 11, 6:30 – 8:30pm, at Will’s Northwoods Inn @ Racine/Nelson. The party is ‘weatherproof’ since we will be in their large private decorated heated tent. Bar drinks and great Wisconsin food are free to SLN members and accompanied friends and family who live within our boundaries – Belmont to Diversey & Racine to Ravenswood. If needed, you can pay your past due $10 dues at the door. Bring a little extra money to participate in our many raffles for prizes from our advertisers and businesses and “split the pot” cash.

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