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Witherbee Neighborhood Association Preserving the Heart of Lincoln!
Our Boundaries: 33 Street (West) to 56th Street (East); O Street (North) to Randolph Street (South)

The 2022 Fall edition of the Witherbee Buzz is out.
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Witherbee Neighorhood
Contact Information

 


Mail:

Witherbee Neighborhood Asscociation
PO Box 5431
Lincoln, NE 68505


Phone:
402-413-0156

 


Monthly Membership Meetings:

See notice below

 

For agenda look below or
contact the current WNA President for more info or to be on the agenda.

 

Recycle Holiday Lights Drive launches Tuesday


The 10th annual Recycle Holiday Lights Drive will launch Tuesday, Nov. 15, and continue through Jan. 10.

“We are hoping to hit 100,000 pounds combined in our 10th year,” said Angie Alesio, event chair.

Scrap Central Inc. will increase the price paid per pound from 40 cents to 50 cents per pound. “This is the highest amount ever paid,” Alesio said.

Proceeds will be divided equally between the Eastridge Elementary Parent Teacher Organization, Lincoln Fire Fighters Operation Warm and the Lincoln Public Schools Science Focus Program Booster Club.

Lights can be in working or non-working condition. Extension cords and insulated wires will also be accepted.

Lights attached to garland and wreaths should be placed in totes next to the collection bins.
People are also reading…

No boxes, brown paper sacks, plastic bags, ornaments, artificial trees or household trash will be accepted.

Collection bins will be at all Lincoln fire stations, excluding station 8 at South 17th and Van Dorn streets due to renovation.

Two large collection containers will be at Eastridge Elementary School, 6245 L St., and the Science Focus Program at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo, as well as in the zoo’s overflow lot south of A Street.

If you have questions, contact Angie Alesio at angiealesio@icloud.com.

This Article was published in the Neighborhood Extra Nov 11, 2022
Recycle Holiday Lights Drive launches Tuesday

 

Monthly Witherbee Neighborhood Meeting

OUR meetings are open to all residents. Membership is not required.

Witherbee Neighborhood Association Monthly Meeting

Agenda
Witherbee Neighborhood Association Board Meeting
Thursday, December 1, 2022 7:00pm
Woods Tennis Center


Introductions

Guest: Maggie Stuckey-Ross – Director of Parks & Recreation for the City of Lincoln

Business Meeting

I. Secretary's Report: Minutes-- October, November – Sherry Miller

II. Treasurer's Report: October, November – Mary Schwab

III. Old Business

IV. New Business

A. Committee Reports

Holiday Lighting Contest
Newsletter & Ad Committee
Government Liaison
Membership

B. Discussion item: Social Media - In addition to our WNA Facebook page, should we add a Witherbee Neighborhood Facebook group where individuals could post news & other items of interest to Witherbee residents?

C. Woods Park – Keep it Green Update


V. Announcements

Housing Advocate Potluck – December 8th, 6:00 – 7:30 pm, NeighborWorks Lincoln, Meeting Room, 2530 Q St.
Join us for our first advocate potluck to connect with other advocates around Lincoln and explore ways we can use or collective power to strengthen Lincoln.

Come and join us and share your thoughts and concerns.

Lincoln on the Move
¼% sales tax approved by the voters
Planned Improvements to Existing Streets 2022

Project Timeline: Late Spring to Early Fall

Witherbee Neighborhood
· Frost Drive (36th St) from Randolph to “J”
· 37th from Lenox (Woods Ave) to “O”
· 38th from “J” to “L”
· 42nd from Randolph to “N”
· 45th from Randolph to “O”
· 47th from “J” to “O”
· “M” from 47th – 48th

Total Project Estimate: $1,030,000 Funding Sources: Lincoln on the Move & Street Improvement Vehicle Tax – Residential

Piedmont Neighborhood
· 52nd from Randolph to “O”
· (part of a larger project)
· Randolph from 40th to 56th

Total Project Estimate: $800,000 Funding Sources: Lincoln on the Move & Highway Allocation Funds *Lincoln on the Move ¼% sales tax approved by the voters, April 2019

Reference: https://www.lincoln.ne.gov/City/ Departments/LTU/LTU-Projects/LOTM and Russell Miller, Witherbee Resident and member of Advisory Committee on Transportation (ACT)

 

 

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Changing times challenges us to keep in touch with as many Witherbee residents as possible. Avenues of communications change and newsletters, web sites, flyers and newspapers are not touching everybody any more. Online social networks have come quickly into the picture as a means to keep each other informed. That is why Witherbee has chosen to include Facebook pages as a communication tool to keep residents, young and old, up-to-date.

Please join Witherbee as a fan on Facebook and you will find pictures of events from cleanups, pool parties, block parties, lighting contests and much more. You will be informed of activities and events from the neighborhood in real time. You will be able to comment on posts, participate in discussions and communicate with each other.

If you don’t have a Facebook account, go to www.facebook.com and sign up. It is simple and easy.

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