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City Council May 17, 2011 Downtown San Angelo 1st Quarter City Report

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  • 1. 1 st QUARTER REPORT SAN ANGELO CITY COUNCIL MAY 17,2011 PRESENTS
  • 2. SUMMARY JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH 2011 BOARD MEETINGS AND ACTIVITIES
    • Developed and executed a strategy for the 2-day Annual Membership Call-a-thon.
    • Conducted New Board Member training.
    • Hosted Annual Membership meeting.
    • Continued researching the viability of a pocket park to enhance and beautify the Southeast corner of Twohig and Oakes.
  • 3.
    • Planned, promoted, and executed the first-of-3 monthly Wooly Bully Festival Series. This effort included the construction of a structure/corral and securing the sponsorships, labor, and materials. Sponsors included Suddenlink, Porter Henderson, Sefcik Construction, Twin Mountain Fence Co, Qualtrust, and Menard Animal Clinic.
    • Bob Stribling collaborated with Angelo State University and City staff to research and develop a strategy regarding available parking in the Downtown area.
  • 4.
    • Collaborated with City staff and City Engineers for a public presentation of the Streetscape Master Plan for Historic Downtown.
    • Coordinated a meeting with Downtown property owners, merchants, and City representatives to discuss the proposed Open Container Ordinance for the Downtown Area.
    • Worked with Downtown merchants and the Chamber of Commerce to coordinate tours and welcome the Military Fire Fighters conference.
  • 5.
    • Staff began researching Public Improvement Districts (PID).
    • Collaborated with the library and City staff to reinstate 3-hour parking on Irving Street upon the completion of building renovation.
    • DSA staff notified Board members and attended Planning Commission meeting regarding the expansion of the Central Business District.
    • DSA staff met with and remains in contact with 5 potential Downtown business start-ups and a Lewisville developer.
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8. 37 W. Concho – Bus Station
  • 9. 325 N. Main
  • 10. 23 E. Avenue D
  • 11. 308 W. Washington
  • 12. 439 W. Harris
  • 13. 334 W. Concho
  • 14. 101 E. 3 rd
  • 15. 145 N. Oakes
  • 16. RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED