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Olde Englewood Village Association
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August 8, 2020


Olde Englewood Ideas
The ideas and the lessons
Over the Independence Day weekend, part of the news cycle included speeches from various public officials that touched on America’s founding ideas and their authors. Those ideas live on to this day. Why? Because it was the value of those ideas, and the willingness of the people to embrace and implement them, that secured their place in our nation’s history.  

Friday, July 17, 2020

Unity
I would like to share with you a lesson learned from Ken Birdsong of WENG 1530 on the AM dial. “Repeat, then repeat again”. His point was that new listeners tune in all the time, which makes me wonder if the same lesson applies to casual community readers. Let’s review...
Friday, June 19, 2020

The New Normal
Have you noticed that the “new normal” economic predictions are sounding a lot like the “old normal” that Englewood has lived with for generations? Luckily, our downtown has an opportunity to change that through an exciting business opportunity that few have noticed. It is called the Residential/Commercial Transition Overlay District, (RCTOD) which is a zoning overlay that allows for specifically defined, and limited commercial activities in several blocks of our downtown residential neighborhoods. ...
Thursday, May 21, 2020



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