A Revived VaHi Business Association?

VaHi resident and Ten Thousand Villages employee, Juliet White, has volunteered to do the leg work to get the businesses in VaHi organized again. If you would like to help her with this project or of you are a business and would like to be united with the other 100 + businesses here, contact Juliet at piloteminuit@yahoo.com Juliet stresses she will not be able to lead the group once it gets off the ground – the business community will have to provide leadership thereafter.

Voice – Winter 2005

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- 2005 Tour of Homes
- VHCA funds awarded
- Art in Freedom Park comes to an end, by Eric Dusenbury
- Greetings from the VaHi Business Association, by Tinka Green
- Environment leadership skills offered to teens
- President’s address, by Kevin Cronin
- You think your sidewalk is bad? Take a picture, by Brian Pilger
- Morningside Elementary School, rezoning and you, by Chip Gallagher
- Rep. Gardner sponsors electronic waste recycling day

Voice – Spring 2004

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President’s Address, by Kevin Cronin
- City council honors Aaron Gross for his leadership
- City council passed sewage and water bill
- Sidewalk reimbursement program
- Grand opening of Cunard Memorial Playground March 28, 2004

Parking and transportation are major issues for the business community, by Tinka Green, VHBA president
- permit parking may be introduced in Atkins Park

- What’s happening at Inman Middle School (renovation), by Liz Coyle
- Virginia-Highland Tour of Homes planned
- Remember to recycle, by Nan Hunter

Why cities don’t matter and why Virginia-Highland does, by Chip Gallagher
- Cities are losing out to suburbs in political power
- VaHi and intown neighborhoods will weather the fiscal storm due to social organization

- Atkins Park Garden Club celebrated 75th anniversary, by Tinka Green
- The Southeastern Flower Show provides great landscaping ideas, by John Wolfinger
- Anatomy of a property tax assessment challenge
- Cunard Memorial Playground park cleanup and grand opening
- How can I remove graffiti?

Voice – Winter 1994

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- Board members each answer 6 interview questions (J.D. Christy, Debbie Skopczynski, Winnie Currie, Tom Austin, Bruce Taylor, Arnold Gross, Amy Waterman, Steve Jaggers, Mary Jo Peed, Melanie Davenport, Paul Concannon)
- Everything you wanted to know about zoning but were afraid to ask, by Stephen Jagger and Debbie Skopczynski
- President’s Corner, by J.D. Christy
- Annual meeting seats new board, by Beth Marks
- Photos from annual meeting
- Bike Stuff
- Environmental potpourri, by Nan Hunter
- Col. Mustard reviews Camille’s
- Happy (1st) birthday, Virginia-Highland Business Association
- Art supports A.I.D.S., by Shelley Scher
- Local group (CAUTION) makes a difference, by Shelley Scher
- School news
- Tips from the trade: Review of The Common Pond, which sold environmentally friendly products
- John Howell Park project, by Tinka Green
- Greening up for the gold, by Stephanie Coffin, co-chair Parks
- Letters of thanks from recipients of VHCA grants

Voice – Summer 1994

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- Summerfest time again
- VaHi Security Patrol (neighborhood-wide) set to start July 1, only $150 per year, by Beth Marks
- Mayor Bill Campbell addresses growing VaHi Business Assn., by Susan Guerroro, VHBA president
- The times, they are a-changin’ (Superior Foods closes its doors), by Swan McKnight
- Green facelift planned for N. Highland, by Stephanie Coffin and Kathy Couch
- Summerfest volunteers confess they did it for fun, by Bryan Hendrix
- The Highland Herbalist: Basil
- Bike stuff, by the Bike Guy
- Col. Mustard reviews Savage Pizza
- John Howell Park update (photo: Commissioner Boxill congratulates VaHi), by Tinka Green
- Recycle today, by Nan Hunter

Voice – Spring 1994

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- Board action (Summerfest will be a fundraising even in June similar to last year’s), by Mary Jo Peed
- Highland Hardware, since 1978, by Deborah Cox
- Intown Bicycles moves
- VaHi Business Association, by Beth Marks
- FBAC update
- Recycle today, by Nan Hunter (Murphy’s goes totally non-smoking!)
- Bike trail news, by Mike Goodman
- Col. Mustard reviews Capo’s Café
- The Highland Herbalist: growing rosemary
-40 out of 4,000 (VaHi residents that belong to the VHCA), by Amy Waterman
-John Howell Park, by Jerry Bright
-First Union Grand Prix comes to VaHi, by Jett Marks
- Freedom Park master plan nears completion, by Jett Marks
- Crime statistics