DPNC MONTHLY NEWSLETTER
When: Monday, September 20th, 2010
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Place: Deer Park Baptist Church Fellowship Hall

COME ENJOY FINGER FOOD REFRESHMENTS!!


THE ANTLERS’ SPREAD
The Voice of the United Estates of Deer Park
Official Publication of the Deer Park Neighborhood Council
Vol. 16; No. 66 September 2010



PRESIDENTS CORNER
By Julia Long

It's time for our first meeting of the new season! Please join us on Monday night for our annual Meet-Your-Neighbor outing. If you wish, bring along a favorite finger food. But if you can't, come anyway. It's extremely important to take the time to say hello to old friends and to meet new neighbors. One of the few things we tend to really regret toward the end of life is not spending enough time just enjoying those who share our lives. And everyone in Deer Park and the surrounding neighborhoods share your life in a meaningful way. What happens in a neighborhood impacts everyone. You are all wonderful in a crisis, but please don't wait for a crisis to make contact. We need to spend time with each other to develop a shared sense of what we want our community to be like. If you don't drive at night, or just don't like going out alone at night, ask someone for a ride or just please give me a call so that I can arrange for you to ride with someone. I'm expecting to see you - yes, you personally. Please come.


IN MEMORY OF FRANK YOUNG

Fra
nk Young of Northwood Estate was marked not only by his kindness, his hard work, and his intelligence, but by his curiosity. He was interested in every person and in every facet of life in North Charleston, and he had a fantastic memory for what he learned. On the Planning Commission, he courageously defended the interests of our district. He will be deeply missed.


PLANNING COMMISSION

We had hoped that Frank Young's position on the Planning Commission would be filled with an appointment of another person from this end of the city. However, the position was given to someone who lives near Park Circle. This just means that we'll have to try a little harder in the future to explain our needs and problems to the Commission so City planning will continue to support a healthy and safe residential neighborhood for us.


FILIPINO CENTER
The county decided to permit a social center on residential land next to the Gospel Light Baptist Church, despite the fact that County Ordinance requires that such decisions in the University Boulevard Overlay be made in consistency with the city's ordinances, which of course require that a social club of whatever sort should go on land not zoned for houses. However, it is important to know that the County made several requirements: 1) The Center must park all its vehicles at all times on their property, so that Salamander is never blocked or lined with parked cars; 2) There cannot be any outdoor speakers; 3) Any outdoor activities must end by 8PM; 4) No alcohol can be sold on the premises - though the Center and anyone they rent the property to for events can bring their own alcohol onto the property and consume it there. We remind and trust everyone to behave to our new neighbors with the kindness, courtesy and respect Deer Park always shows to others; you will find many, many fine people as members of the Center.


CRIME REPORT
  • B&E Auto (Forced Entry), 8700 block, Fairwind Dr., Sept 1, 6:30PM
  • Weapon Offense (Firearm), 8000 block, Long Shadow Ln, Sept 2, 10:02PM
  • Purse-Snatching, 7900 block, St. Ives Rd, Sept 2, 9:07PM
  • Stolen Vehicle, 2600 block, Elms Plantation Blvd, Sept 6, 11:30PM
  • Robbery (Person), 8700 block, Fairwind Dr, Sept, 6, 9:15PM
  • Robbery (Person), 2500 block, Atlantic Palms Ln, Sept 6, 10:45PM
  • Arson, 2200 block, Greenridge Rd, Sept 7, 2:40 PM
  • Narcotics Offense, 8800 block, Deerwood Dr., Sept 8, 3:44PM
  • B&E Auto (Forced Entry) 2100 block, Spoleto Ln, Sept. 8, 2:00AM
  • Stolen Vehicle, 8800 block, Gable St., Sept 12, 4:00AM



Garbage Pick-up Schedule

Garbage: Every Wednesday
Leaves/Grass: Every Wednesday
Large Trash: Every Wednesday
(Please note that Thursday will be pick-up day when City Holiday falls on Mon., Tues., Wed.)
Recyclables: every other Thursday - September 16th, 30th; October 14th


Board of Directors

President: Julia Long 553-3235
Vice President: Dennis Isgitt 797-2455
Secretary: Beth Evans
437-4140
Treasurer: Linda Brinson 553-8832



Board Mbr. Apptd: open

Board Mbr. Elected: Susanne Azevedo 572-2321
Board Mbr. Elected: Audrey Carpenter 553-7768
Board Mbr. Apptd: Mary Hutson 553-4451



Key Personnel

City Council District 3: Bobby Jameson 824-1500
County Council Rep: Elliott Summey 200-4244
Neighborhood Crime Watch Representative: John Flinn 863-0659
N. Chas. Dispatcher:   745-1015
Housing Director: Darbis Briggmann 740-2560
Crime Prevention Officer:
Cpl. Brian West
745-1096
Code Enforcement: Lee Youmans
740-2677
CAC Representative: open
Membership: Linda Brinson 553-8832
Newsletter Distribution: Jimmy Mitchum
Jim Driver
Bill Lusk
553-0665
553-0768
553-1348
Newsletter: Susanne Azevedo 572-2321
Disaster/ Preparation: James Brown 553-4329
Sick & Sunshine: Susanne Azevedo 572-2321
Voter Registration: Douglas Azevedo 572-2321

Our Neighborhood Website: www.ourdeerpark.net

Mail your $15.00 dues to: Linda Brinson  2510 Gable St., N. Chas SC  29406