Attached is the ECCNCT’s letter sent to the Mayor and City Council regarding the Team’s position on Code Next which was voted on at the February 2018 meeting.
The team has received an application for our open Business Representative position from East Cesar Chavez resident and business owner Brandon Testa.
The Team will review Mr. Testa’s application (attached) and discuss his nomination at our April monthly meeting.
New Land Use Committee Chair
Our new Land Use Committee Chair is non-profit representative Mark Rogers. Land Use committee meetings will continue to be held on the first Tuesday of every month at 6:00 PM, but the location of the meetings has changed to the offices of The Guadalupe Neighborhood Development Corporation Offices, 813 East 8th Street on the ground floor of the La Vista de Guadalupe apartments. Contact Chair Mark Rogers for more information.
Leadership Team Representative Openings
Our team has a number of vacancies on our Leadership Team. Please see our Leadership Team Contacts page to view sector boundaries and open Leadership Team representative volunteer positions. To learn more about how to join our team, view our New Member Application or contact a Leadership Team Representative.
Reminder that at our next monthly meeting on
January 17, 2017 at
6:00 PM in the
Terrazas Library meeting room, the Leadership Team will be electing new officers and if applications are received for vacant sector seats, elections will also be held to fill those volunteer positions.
Please join us for our meetings, we are always looking for more volunteers to help us stay informed and aware of the rapid changes happening in our neighborhood.
If you are interested in volunteering for an open Sector Representative position or committee work, please contact any Leadership Team representative.
We will hold a Special Meeting on Monday 11/13/2017, at 6:00 PM, to discuss to large development projects being proposed in our neighborhood.
1. Cielo development’s proposed 90 foot office building on 4th Street
2. Habitat for Humanity’s proposed 85 foot mixed-use development for 4th Street.
Please join us if you are able, all are welcome. See our agenda attached.
Several new development projects are being proposed for our neighborhood
that will require altering or rewriting the development rules
for the Plaza Saltillo Transit Oriented Development area (“Saltillo TOD”).
This area runs roughly from East 7th Street to East 4th Street,
and from I-35 to Chicon.
Developers are asking to build taller and denser projects.
How our community decides to grow will influence
the character and spirit of the neighborhood we call home.