There is a meeting of the Wade CAC on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 from 7:30 – 9:00 pm, at the Jaycee Park Community Center, 2405 Wade Avenue. Note, this is in the community center and not in Jaycee Park Module this month.
The Wade CAC currently meets bi-monthly (odd months) on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm, unless otherwise noted.
Not sure if you live in the Wade CAC, check out the CAC map [PDF]. The full agenda is not available on the city website at the time of this posting. The highlights are below:
- 7:30 – Raleigh Police Department Report – Officer B.J. Upchurch.
- 7:40 – Parks & Recreation Department Report – Dan Bacon.
- 7:45 – Planning Department Update – Dhanya Sandeep.
- 7:55 – Area Real Estate Update – Louise Griffin: Review of home sales in Wade CAC in 2010 as well as Triangle market outlook for 2011.
- 8:00 – Presentation on SeeClickFix – Empowering Citizens to Build Community. The City of Raleigh launched SeeClickFix last week that will allow citizens to report problems throughout the City in “Real Time.” This application has tremendous potential to change the way our Communities address problems/issues in their neighborhoods.
- 8:15 – Front Yard Parking Update – Bill Padgett: The Raleigh City Council is considering a proposal that would restrict front-yard parking at most single-family detached houses in the Capital City.
- 8:25 – CAC Leadership – There are many opportunities for contribution & leadership in the Wade CAC. If you are interested in serving in a leadership role but can’t attend, please contact Bill or Louise & let them know.
- 8:30 Wade CAC Development Funding: Discussion of project.
- 8:40 Neighborhood Issues –Your input is welcomed.
Wade CAC Co-Chairpersons: Louise Griffin, Bill Padgett
Upcoming and of Interest
Raleigh residents who own property in a National Register Historic District may qualify for federal and state tax credits toward the rehabilitation of historic residential or commercial building. Raleigh has 25 National Register Historic Districts, including the West Raleigh district. Proposed districts include Battery Heights, Cameron Village, Capitol Heights, Hi Mount, Longview Gardens, and Rochester Heights.To find out more about the federal and state rehabilitation tax credit programs, residents are invited to attend the upcoming Raleigh Historic Districts Commission Community Conversation: A Property Owner’s Guide to Historic Tax Credits, on Monday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. at The Stockroom, 230 Fayetteville Street.