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CHCA Entry Sign Destroyed

Early this morning (Saturday, September 13, between 12:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.), the new Clairmont Heights entry sign installed on Desmond Drive near Densley Drive was knocked out of the frame and taken. The sign on North Superior Ave remains intact. The sign was designed and installed by Clairmont Heights neighbors, and each sign cost Clairmont Heights members about $700. A police report has been filed and the CHCA board is considering options such as a reward and a sturdier replacement.

Area Girl Scout Troop Being Formed!

From a neighbor: Hi, my name is Meg and I live up on Willivee DR. I am a recent law school graduate and I'm looking to establish a Brownie troop to fill up some of my newly freed time. I need to recruit five girls and one adult to be an assistant leader in order to create the troop. I'm hoping to meet Monday evenings (excluding the 2nd Monday of the month) around 7 p.m. Girl Scouting is lots of fun! Please if your 2nd or 3rd grade girl is interested in joining Brownies, email me at and I will inform you when we have the minimum five girls to get started.

New Neighborhood Signs

Here is an image of one of the two new neighborhood signs installed on Saturday -- one at the corner of North Decatur and North Superior and the other at the corner of Desmond and Densley. Thanks to John Drann, John Maynard, David Newton, Jim Smith, Michele Hiskey and Tim Bryson for help with the installation. Thanks again to John Maynard for spearheading the project and to Jerry Boss for building the mounting framework.

New CHCA Entry Signs going in

This weekend the new Clairmont Heights neighborhood entry signs approved at the community meeting in May will be installed at the corner of North Decatur Road and North Superior and at the corner of Desmond and Densley. Thanks go to all who participated but especially to CHCA board v.p. John Maynard for spearheading the effort and to neighbor Jerry Boss for building the frames. Volunteers are welcome to join the installation team. Meet tomorrow, Saturday, 9 a.m. at the corner of North Decatur and North Superior.

Resignation of Jim Smith


Clairmont Heights Bumper Sticker

The CHCA board has designed and produced a bumper sticker that looks like the attached image. We will begin distribution at the annual meeting May 15.

Summer 2008 Newsletter Available

Copies of the newsletter will be distributed by volunteers to CHCA mailboxes this weekend (May 10-11). An electronic copy is available here. Contents: CHCA Annual Meeting Announcement Call for Volunteers Flooding PATH Trail Update Clairmont Heights Garden Club 1957-1976 Clean Up Day April 19 Clairmont Heights Subdivision Early History CHCA Website Revamp Neighborhood-wide Traffic Control Meeting Announcement Current Development Projects in our area Good bye and Good Luck (President's message)

CHCA Annual Meeting & Elections

The Clairmont Heights Civic Association Annual Meeting is scheduled for May 15, @ 7pm at North Decatur Presbyterian Church (across Medlock Rd. from Melton's). Topics to include status of Medlock Park, PATH status and more. A new board will be elected and proof of residency within our boundaries will be required to vote.

Clairmont Heights Entry Sign Voting Results

As there was no clear winner from the choices(#2 led by only 1 vote), we will have a re-vote at the annual meeting. We also hope to have a couple of new designs to put into the mix taking into account suggestions from various residents. Thanks for all of the email votes and great suggestions. Here is info from the mfg's website regarding the sign materials: Q: What is HDU, or sign foam?

Comment on Signs

There has been a recent spate of folks with missing pets posting signs around the neighborhood regarding their pets. While I don't think anybody begrudges them this attempt to recover their pets, please take your neighborhood into account and remove any signs that have been up for more than 2 or 3 weeks. They get ratty and faded and can really make the area look trashy.
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