The 12 South Neighborhood Association is having its next monthly meeting this Tuesday, November 12th at 5:30pm at the Sevier Park Community Center (3021 Lealand Ln).
- 12South Board Nominees 2015
Election will be held at the Sevier Park Community Center on Tuesday October 13, 2015. Doors will be open to vote between 5:30 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. There will be a brief candidate introduction beginning at 6:00 pm.• To vote, you must be a member in good standing. Those wishing to check their membership status may do so at the meeting, and anyone who needs to join or renew may do so before voting. Dues are $10, $5 for those over 65. You may pay with cash, check, or credit card.
To email Colby Sledge, our new councilperson for District #17:
Colby is sending weekly updates to the District #17 events calendar via 12South Google Group and 12South Next Door . To insure that your community meetings and events are included in these weekly updates, please email him. And, as always, he asks that we not hesitate to ask questions via email or at (615) 442-3727.
Board Member Elections to be held on Tuesday October 13, 2015:
At the 12South Neighborhood Association community meeting on 14 April, members elected Daina Storey for the vacant board position. Her term will last until October 2016. Congratulations and welcome, Daina!
“I have been in 12th South almost 10 years ago due to the diversity, historical homes, walk ability & local businesses. I’m for growth that fits within the scale, character and prioritizes the safety of our neighborhood and where the local businesses and residents work as a team. Currently I work for a local Nashville Education Non-Profit, The PENCIL Foundation. I created the Fido Alert to report lost or found animals in our neighborhood. I would love to see 12th South be a community where everyone is heard & properly informed of what is going on, while preserving its unique character.”
“Drawn to the character and diversity of 12th South, Daina Storey moved to the neighborhood in 2006. Since then, she has seen a lot of growth and change. It’s because of these changes Daina has become active in the community to ensure the voices of her neighbors are heard. Daina knows change is inevitable, but believes there can be progress without losing the neighborhood’s unique character and history. As a proponent of responsible development and progress, she is proud to live here and would be proud to represent her neighbors as a member of the 12th South Neighborhood Association.”