Last night at the Pike Township Government Center it was a full house. About 150 residents from the surrounding area of the old Ropkey 200 acres just west of 465 on 86th Street attended a presentation by Cornerstone Companies, Johnson County’s GCG Investments, and Murry Clark (their land use attorney) on what they have proposed for the land. Click here for a Master plan.
Most likely this will continue on through the summer before it gets finalized. The presenters did not have a lot of detail being in their first stages. They took questions for about 2 hours from the audience. Councillor Leroy Robinson was there trying to organize homeowner association meetings.
The mood of most of the crowd was that they did not want this project because of environmental reasons, water runoff reasons, buffering, traffic, and depreciation of neighborhoods.
They introduced themselves at the March Pike Township Residents Association meeting.
Our Northwest District IMPD is going to be having its Task Force Meetings quarterly this year. The first task force meeting is coming up on Thursday, March 9th, at their headquarters – 4005 Office Place Blvd from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. Commander Lewis will be giving a recap of 2022 in the Northwest District, information about upcoming community events in 2023, and a Q & A. This is a great opportunity to learn more about what is going on in our area as well as being able to ask questions. Refreshments will be served.
This month’s “Coffee with a Cop” will be held on Thursday, October 27th, at 10:00 a.m. at the Panera Bread located 6050 W. 86th Street. This is in the Traders Point Shopping Center, just off of I – 465 on 86th Street. It is a terrific time to get to talk one-on-one with the officers and Commander Lewis from our IMPD Northwest District. See the flyer for more information.
Hope many of you will be able to attend, have some coffee, and enjoy conversations with our officers and others in our community. Let’s have a great turnout! Please share this information with others in your neighborhoods and the Northwest District. See you there.
Dear Pike Township Residents,
On Saturday, October 22nd, from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. there is going to be a Meet & Greet with select candidates who are running for office this November. These will be candidates who will be representing Pike Township. It is being held at the College Park Subdivision Clubhouse located 9001 Fordham Street. Currently, they have 9 candidates confirmed for attendance. They are Angela Grabovsky (Congress), Ryan Mears (Prosecutor), Cyndi Carrasco (Prosecutor), Dr. Choi (State Senate), Amber Collins-Gebrehiwet (Judge), Tiffany Vivo (Judge), Faith Kimbrough (Recorder), Annette Johnson (Pike Township Trustee), Alonzo Anderson (Pike Township School Board). This list is also on the link below and will be updated as additional candidates confirm their attendance on that link.
Space for this is limited to 100 guests so you need to RSVP as soon as possible. Go to the link below to do this.
Thanks to former City-County Councillor District 1 Jose’ Evans and his wife, Dr. Tara Evans, along with Susan Blair for partnering to host this event. This is a terrific opportunity for you to meet with some of the candidates you will be voting for this election and learn more about them. Hope many of you will be able to attend. Please go to the link below to sign up.