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Notice.... The next regular SNA meeting is scheduled for Thursday February 8, 2018. All SNA meetings are held at Traverse Bay United Methodist Church, 1200 Ramsdell at Bay St. in Traverse City at 7 pm and all residents are invited to attend. The remaining meeting dates scheduled for 2018 are Thursday June 14, 2018 and Thursday October 11, 2018. Meeting dates may be changed to accommodate Church needs, and special meetings could be called if deemed necessary. 

October 19, 2017 SNA meeting agenda items:

Some of the agenda items for the upcoming SNA general meeting will include:
   
    - Committee reports from the newly created
       Buildings & Zoning Committee and the new-
       ly re-formed Streets & Traffic Committee 
    
    Beach Committee update: busy summer 
      attendance, successful Pirates Party,          
      other beach-connected issues
    
    - How to volunteer, get involved in SNA
    
    - SNA in Slabtown Shores magazine
   
    - IC School, Front St. construction updates
    
    - other neighborhood concerns
   
Note: Agenda subject to revision, and will not necessarily be
         covered in the order presented above. 



Upcoming Events-SNA Beach Party

Check here in the spring of 2018 for the date of our annual SNA Beach Party. It will be sometime in mid-
Julyhosted by our resident pirates. Hot dogs and chips, buried treasures, kid's games and a sand castle contest are in store. This a great family event, and you are guaranteed a great time. Please bring your own beverages.If you are brave you might try taking a dip!
 
Keep a close eye on your belongings, as you know
what "pirates" often do! See you there!

Slabtown Beach cleanup

Check here for information regarding our regular beach
clean-up work bees. We will likely have one in April or May of 2018. We'll post the date as soon as it is decided.







 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A Little History

In the latter half of the 19th century, wood harvested from the region was hauled to saw mills in Traverse City to produce lumber that was shipped to ports around the Great Lakes. As logs were run through the mills, scrap or slab-boards were created and workers used them to construct their homes in the areas south and west of Grand Traverse Bay. Thus Slabtown was created.  
Meetings & Minutes 
Attached .pdf documents and minutes of past SNA and Special Committeee meetings, as well as the By-laws of the SNA.  Also a look ahead at Slabtown meeting dates, and regular governmental body meetings of importance in the next few weeks. This will help you stay informed about upcoming meetings and events that may be of particular interest to you. 
 
 
Events & Attractions

A new page that will attempt to keep you informed about upcoming and recent events, new attractions or exciting changes happening around the Slabtown neighbor-hood. Please send a brief story and photo about something you want to bring attent-ion to that you think makes living in Slab-town interesting. You can e-mail your story to msleeman43@hotmail.com and we will report it on this page.



From time to time we will feature a cameo look at a Slabtown business, interesting resident(s) and/or historical dwelling. You might find out some interesting facts about places you drive by daily in this part of town. Please take a look.


Contacts & Committees

SNA Executive Committee members and contact information; active SNA committees and contacts; City of Traverse City contacts and website information.
   
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Mike Sleeman,
Feb 10, 2012, 7:49 AM