A resolution was passed at our most recent board meeting providing for the establishment of a By-Laws Taskforce. The Chair of the CRC, Jim Miller, has appointed Chuck Woodbury to be “organizational” chair of this task force. Please consider joining the task force and participating in both organization of the task force and the process of reviewing and recommending any updates to the by-laws.
If you have interest in the subject and are willing to commit some time to it, please contact our Director, Paul Bengtson, at firstname.lastname@example.org . We will then schedule an initial meeting.
This is an important issue for the Council so please give it your consideration.
The CapitolRiver Council will be hosting a meeting about the draft St. Paul Bicycle Plan on Tuesday December 2nd from 4:30-6:00pm on the 16th floor of the US Bank Center.
Come learn what about the Bicycle Plan’s potential impact on your neighborhood and help lend a voice to the downtown neighborhood.
Review the draft plan and come prepared, and if you can’t make the meeting comment online prior to the Planning Commission review on December 5th or the close of public comment on December 8th.
November 13 is Give to the Max Day
CapitolRiver Council can always use your support, and what better day to do it than Give to the Max Day.
Donate now and your support can help CRC continue to engage the downtown community!
Of course the Holiday First Friday is on the First Friday of the month, but the CRC wants to make sure you have it on your calendars and come celebrate another year with your downtown district council!
December 5, 2014 – 4-7pm
More information will follow shortly … and its exciting, so be sure to block off that date.
The Long Range Planning Committee of the CapitolRiver Council will be meeting on Wednesday, November 12th at 7:30am on the 16th Floor of the US Bank Center.
This meeting will be focused on a presentation by the City of St. Paul on all transportation related planning that the city has been engaged in up to this point. It will be a great learning experience for anyone interested in what is planned for Downtown St. Paul and particularly for those who want to be active participants in the CRC’s Long Range Planning Committee.
As always, these meetings are open to the public and we encourage your attendance!