Welcome to SASY - Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara - a diverse, friendly neighborhood on the EastSide of Madison, Wisconsin
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SASY Monthly Meeting
2nd Thursday each month, 6:30 PM, Goodman Center.
Jackson St. Place-Making Experiment Begins Monday July 14th
Starting Monday 7/14, Jackson St, between Atwood and St Paul, will be closed as part of a 90 day trial through October. For more details or to add your input our concerns visit the Jackson St Plaza Facebook Page or put in your two cents on the Jackson Street IdeaScale page. Thanks once again to Alder Marsha Rummel's work pulling this together and to Madison Traffic Garden for coordinating. Here is the press release from City Traffic Engineering
AtwoodFest 2014, Fast Approaches!
July 26th and 27th, Want to volunteer? Your future awaits as an AtwoodFest Chalk Distribution Technician, an AtwoodFest Producer Booth Walkie-Talkie Communications Expert or as a Beer Distribution technician! Don't wait! Join today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details visit www.AtwoodFest.org! Also, check out the exciting music line up at http://www.maxinkradio.com/index.php/atwoodfest/
Provide Your Input on Idea Scale for the Jackson Street Closing Experiment
In this community, you can submit ideas, vote on existing ideas, or add comments.
To submit one of your ideas regarding the placemaking experiment on Jackson Street, please click the Submit New Idea button at the top of the navigation sidebar. You will then be asked to add a title and choose a campaign for the new idea. http://jackson.ideascale.com/
Neighborhood Histories, Personal and Otherwise...
North Plat presentation by Parker Jones ~ Garver Committee
SASY Workgroups and Committees
SASY's mission statement ~ 'State of the Neighborhood' presentation April 2014 (PDF)
The "Willy Street Blog"
The soul of Madison lives in the Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara Neighborhood, an unassuming old blue-collar district re-imagined as a vibrant haven for many of the funkier and more enterprising elements of the city's creative class. [more...]