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Hillside Idlewild Each camp has a "captain", and one of his many jobs is the up-keep of the area. Many local Sonoma County contractors have performed a variety of tasks among these camps throughout the years.

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Projects The Old Town North Community Partnership works on specific community improvement projects in support of our goals.

This event allowed neighborhood restaurants to display their fine cuisine.

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We are expanding the taste into a three day event, a stroll through the neighborhood. We have also arranged for two summer concerts taking place in June and July in Montgomery Park.

OTNCP is committed to providing information to its members about items of interest to both residents and businesses. We provide email alerts for our subscribers throughout the year.

We have installed and maintain an information kiosk in Montgomery Park. Business Attraction and Retention: Old Town North has a surprising variety of retail and service businesses, some of which primarily serve our neighborhood, and others with a city-wide, regional, and national clientele.

The mix of businesses and residential projects gives Old Town North its unique flavor of walkability. The presence of two grocery stores, numerous restaurants, a child care center, professional theater, and other amenities gives us opportunities to walk rather than drive to needed services as well as leisure time entertainment.

OTNCP supports our local businesses and encourages area residents to patronize them. We provide a listing of service and retail businesses likely to appeal to our residents, and will be printing a Business Directory.

We also inform area residents of new businesses through our e-newsletter. Through our events, we provide opportunities for businesses to showcase their services.

OTNCP strongly supports the retail focus area concept contained in the Small Area Plan and works with developers to ensure that retail space is included in their project proposals where appropriate. As much as Old Town North is already a wonderful place to live, there are always a few things that can be improved.

OTNCP has already worked on a number of items, including better coordination of traffic signals and stop signs, repairs to street surfaces, streetscape elements, and beautification actions.

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We work closely with City of Alexandria officials in identifying and requesting public sector improvements, and with local residents and businesses on things the private sector can do.

We always seek comments from residents and businesses in Old Town North on what they would like to see improved so that these can be part of the planning process.About Alexandria.

If you are looking for small-town charm and big-city amenities, Alexandria is the place to find them. Alexandria has a fascinating history, . 4/17/ The next project is another Nauset Marsh Skiff. I will not be documenting the build, since I just did that on the Old Wharf Facebook page.

This one will be very similar, same hull, side decks, console, but with a casting platform forward and one aft of the console. May 10, – The Old Town Newhall Parking Structure is complete and open to the public!Guests can enter the parking structure from 9th Street, between Railroad Avenue and Main Street.

March 6, – The City broke ground on the parking structure!

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The parking structure is the first of the projects to enter into construction and will include parking stalls and a special event area on. We have detected that you are using a touch device. Click here to take our touch studies.

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