Neighborhood Program

Council and Neighborhood Meetings

Dixon Neighborhood Meeting

  • Date: 07/11/2017 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Location: Dixon Middle School, Band Room

Hello Dixon Neighbors,

Happy July!  I hope everyone was able to enjoy the 4th and getting through their bucket list for the summer, it’s going faster than I’d hope!

We are looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow, July 11th, at Dixon Middle School @ 6:30pm in the Media Center. 

We plan to discuss:

·         An update on the 5th North Project

    o   Cori Robertson was able to talk to the city engineers and has an update for us.

·         An update on the Provo Housing Authority Office Building

    o   They not only listened to the neighborhood feedback from our previous meeting, but at no small expense to     them they have revised their plans and produced a result that they feel will be a nice compromise for     everyone.  I have invited them to come and share the latest version with the neighborhood.

·         Finalize the Dixon Day of Service for August 5th.

    o   We agreed last time to utilize the matching grant to assist a local boy scout doing his Eagle project,     participating in a renovation of North Park to be more friendly and accessible to those with disabilities.  Now we     need to finalize on what couple of service projects we will offer everyone to participate in on the 5th, so come     with ideas!

·         Anything else you’d like to discuss?   

Thanks and looking forward to seeing you tomorrow!

Robbie Potter

Dixon Neighborhood Chair

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