If you've ever been curious about certain aspects of the zoning regulations in Candler Park, CPNO Zoning Officer Mischa Uppelschoten put together this handy FAQ. Thanks much, Mischa!
This Saturday evening, September 7, we'll have yet another fabulous Candler Park movie night in the park. The feature presentation will be Wreck It Ralph: http://movies.disney.com/wreck-it-ralph (Please note that Ferris Bueller was previously scheduled for this date but changed due to concerns about language.)
The movie will start at dusk, which is around 8 pm, but come at 7 pm for hanging out with neighbors and kids running around.
Also, save yourself the trouble of making dinner that night. CP neighbor Chris Fitzgerald, co-owner of Uncle Maddio's at Edgewood, will be there selling pizza (thanks Chris!). So bring your blanket and chairs and make an evening of it.
The September 2013 issue of the Candler Park Messenger is available now - click here to read it in PDF format.
- NPU-N: V-13-163 - Variance Application for 1332 Iverson St. Applicant seeks a variance from zoning regulations to reduce west side yard setback from required 7' feet to 3' feet for a rear addition.
- NPU-N: V-13-167 - Variance for 344 Sterling St. Applicant seeks a variance from the zoning ordinance to(1) reduce the front yard setback from 30 tf. (required) to 24 ft. (2)reduce the side yard setbacks (north and south) from 7ft. (required) to 5ft to allow a second story addition.
- Star Bar. Change of owner
- Fox brothers; plan or idea for parking lot from the civil engineers to show the board for discussion
- 1448 Iverson St. potential uses for the first floor of the building
A quick reminder that tonight is another movie with friends and neighbors under the stars.
Tonight's feature presentation is Pee Wee's Big Adventure and it'll start at sunset (around 8 pm). Our seed-spitting contest got rained out at the last movie night, so we'll give that another go some time in the 7:00 hour. Tell your pint-sized seed-spitters to bring their game face.
At the CPNO monthly membership meeting on Monday night, a motion to approve the Candler Park Master Plan passed easily. There are a few steps in the process between approval and formal submission to the City, but it was great to see how many people came out to support the plan's approval. Thanks to the Master Plan Committee and Market + Main for all your hard work putting this together, answering questions, and gathering input along the way.
Hard to argue with that!
This Local History Collection, the product of a partnership between the BiRacial History Project and Mary Lin Elementary, will be housed in a special area of the Media Center at the Mary Lin Elementary School for use in school and by the community. Under the guidance of Mary Lin’s Principal and Media Center Director, the Collection will be available to students, teachers and staff, families, neighbors and researchers. The Collection will support Lin’s local history curriculum and encourage multigenerational neighborhood interest. This is a project that's been in the works for a while, and it'll be exciting to see it fully realized. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attached is the permit for this year's Fall Festival. Feel free to bring up any questions you may have at the meeting tonight or by emailing email@example.com.
There are curently 35 sheep penned up on the hill on the Candler Park Drive side of the park. They're working hard to clear out some overgrown invasive foliage. An electric fence and two sheep dogs are keeping the sheep on task. Read more about them on the page for the "Meet the Sheep" event, scheduled for today from 2-5. If you do go to see them at work, please avoid the electric fence.
Hard at work