Notice of next York Township Planning Commission Meeting : LUSENET : SAA News and Discussion : One Thread

As of today--according to Colleen Mulligan, the office secretary at South Arbor--the next planning commission meeting is scheduled for March 15, 2000.

Parent/South Arbor School Trustee Greg Stuk will be getting in touch with all of you who have volunteered in the grassroots petition drive effort to help our new school building become a reality.

In fact, he may even decide to do so here!

I hope so. Even though this forum is but a few hours old, I'm already getting bored with myself. [grin]



-- Anonymous, February 17, 2000


We will be holding a meeting at South Arbor Academy on Tues Feb. 22 at 7:00PM for all those interested in participating in the petition drive in support of the approval for construction of the new building. The meeting will take place in the assembly hall (where morning assembly is held). All materials needed for the petition drive will be supplied and I welcome any who are interested in helping in this effort. Thanks,

Greg Stuk

-- Anonymous, February 18, 2000

Mr. Stuk,

You ARE the man.

How brave of you to be one of the first to post here! Then again, don't you have something to do with a petition drive that might enable our new school to actually be built and ready for us to occupy next fall? [grin] seems that I heard that somewhere.

At any rate, I look forward to meeting with you! In the meantime, please continue to pass the word about the existence of this forum.

Because it is new I know people will have questions about how to use it, but when enough people learn how to use it, it will become the next best thing to "real-time" information sharing on issues that concern us all.


Mrs. B.

(P.S. For anyone who may be curious about why I am now posting under the "handle" Mrs. B., the reason is this: in order to make certain all of my posts appear in chronological order beneath YOURS, I have to use a different name. Otherwise--as the forum moderator--my posts always appear at the top of each and every "thread." It's an idiosyncrasy associated with Phil Greenspun's design of this forum software, but since I'm the only one who needs to be concerned about it, it will be no problem for anyone else. (Further, I'm not about to argue with Phil, at MIT. He knows much more about this stuff than I!)


-- Anonymous, February 18, 2000

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