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Ghent Neighborhood Concerns to be heard April 20th, 2010

Many Ghent, West Ghent and Ghent Square residents have raised concerns regarding a possible new regional crisis center on Redgate Avenue in Ghent. It has been learned that the Norfolk Community Services Board (“CSB”) is currently in negotiations with Sentara to lease the former Discovery Day Care building in the 800 block of Redgate Avenue to use as a regional crisis center. The NCSB representatives have confirmed that the Redgate Avenue building is one of several possible locations under consideration. Interested or concerned residents are encouraged to attend a presentation by the Norfolk Community Services Board on the proposed use of the site on TUESDAY APRIL 20th at 7pm at Taylor Elementary School hosted by the West Ghent Civic League.

It has been reported that this regional facility would house individuals with behavioral issues in varying degrees of crisis, ranging from people unable to make decisions for themselves to those in eminent danger of harming themselves. It is also reported it will service individuals not just from our city but from the entire region and that some of the individuals will require a police escort to this facility. Current zoning does not allow the proposed use and any such proposal would require City Council approval to rezone the property.

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October 19, 2009 Meeting Agenda

Speakers

“Back to School Night” with Ghent Public School Principals

Maury High School
Dr. Andrea Tottossy, Principal
Blair Middle School
Jeanne Kruger, Principal
Ghent Elementary School
Christina Boone, Principal
Taylor Elementary School
Mary Anne Bowen, Principal

Program

Featured Speaker
Ghent Public School Principals
7:00 p.m.
Call to Order
Introductions of Board Members, Members, and Guests

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W. H. Taylor Elementary School will hold its annual silent auction and carnival on Saturday, May 22, 2004 from 11 a.m.-3 pm. The silent auction will have hundreds of items generously donated by premier retailers and merchants in Hampton Roads and surrounding areas. Items ranging from antiques, vacation packages, oriental carpets, museum and tourist attraction admission packages, sports packages, hotel accommodations, restaurant gift certificates, beauty and spa packages, to a Kohler toilet will be available for bid. There will also be a used book sale and white elephant sale. For the first time, an auction preview will be held on Friday, May 21 from 2:30-6 p.m. The Carnival will feature fun for the entire family. Kids especially will love the inflatable amusements, almost two dozen game and activities, and prizes. There will even be a talent show. All proceeds from the Silent Auction and Carnival go to the P.T.A. to support enrichment programs for the entire student body. For more information, call 622-9933.

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