eNewsletter: Fall 2011

October 24, 2011 / Comments (0)

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Annual Meeting and Board Election

Tuesday, October 25th, 5:30pm
Cranmer Park / Hilltop Civic Association Annual Meeting
Carson Elementary School Auditorium, East 1st Avenue & Grape Street

Committee reports will be made and Directors will be elected to serve until 2014. Nominations for Directors may be sent to Andrea Dikeou, 300 Bellaire Street, Denver, CO 80220. Nominations must be received at least 5 days prior to the meeting.

Councilwoman Mary Beth Susman and Officer Tony Burkhardt will speak. There will also be an update and slideshow about the new redevelopment plan for 9th & Colorado Blvd.

Hilltop Halloween Parade

Sunday, October 30th, 11am-1pm
Meet at Cranmer Park by the Sundial and parade over to Robinson Park with your neighbors and friends for pizza, games and goodies.

Please remember to bring a canned food donation for the Denver Rescue Mission. If you have any questions or would like to help, please contact Lisa Peloso at [email protected]

9th & Colorado Update

A thorough update on this important project will be made at the Annual Meeting to be held on October 25th.

Marcus Pachner, consultant to The Sembler Company (potential developer of the site) will give an update and slide show regarding the proposed plan for the redevelopment of 9th & Colorado Blvd.

The next two meetings of the Colorado Boulevard Health Care District are scheduled for November 10th (Heitler Hall at National Jewish) and December 1st (Molly Blank Building at National Jewish.

Renovation of the Sundial Plaza at Cranmer Park

The Sundial Plaza at Cranmer Park is in need of major repairs resulting in plans to rebuild the entire structure. The project totals $1.3 million with $865,000 still needed to be raised before the project begins. An event sponsored by Denver Parks and Recreation was held at the park in May to kick off the fund raising efforts. A committee of representatives from the City and the neighborhood are meeting on a monthly basis to move the project forward. Councilwoman Susman is a new member of the committee. The monthly meetings are open to all interested parties. Additional information and local fund raising efforts will be shared in the coming months.

Denver Parks and Recreation continues to seek funds from the local foundation community in addition to corporate and community support.

News from Councilwoman Mary Beth Susman

The Hilltop Neighborhood would like to welcome Mary Beth Susman as the new Denver City Council representative from District 5.

The Councilwoman’s October 2011 newsletter is available on her website under “News and Events”. Her website is http://www.denvergov.org/councildistrict5. To receive her monthly newsletter, please sign up by sending an email to [email protected].

Councilwoman Susman will speak at the Annual Meeting on October 25th.

Crime Prevention. It Starts with You.

The Hilltop neighborhood continues to have one of the lowest crime rates of any neighborhood in Denver.

A comparison of crimes from the first nine months of 2010 with the same period of 2011 shows a total reduction of 10.9%. Denver as a whole was up slightly at 3.7%. Most common crimes are still auto thefts and thefts from motor vehicles. Most commonly, stolen autos are older models of Jeeps and Hondas. Items stolen from motor vehicles include GPSs, cell phones, cameras, or any other electronic devices, purses and briefcases. Never leave anything in sight that even looks like it might contain something of value.

For safety tips, go to our webpage, www.denverhilltop.com, and check the Traffic and Safety section. Additional information and links to city wide resources are available on this page.

Denver Police Department, District 3 holds a Citizens’ Advisory Board meeting at 6 PM the first Thursday of every month at their headquarters, 1625 S. University Blvd. These meetings are open to all.

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