Dear Charlestowne Neighborhood Resident,

Welcome to our neighborhood website.  When you are unable to attend the quarterly meetings, you will be kept apprised of neighborhood concerns through the newsletter, e-mail, and website. Communication with our membership is vital to maintain our quality of life as the strength of the CNA is a well-informed membership. Often we learn of some occurrence; a street closing, a crime event, or some other fast-breaking issue that we want to broadcast quickly, and email is the best vehicle for such communication.  Rest assured that your email address will only be used to convey relevant information relating to our neighborhood and our city. To be included, please list your email address on the membership form.

If you are not a member, please join the Charlestowne Neighborhood Association today.
 


Latest CNA Happenings!
 
    • 2015 Board Meeting and Membership Meeting time announced! - Click Here

    • Tree Program - Trees contribute greatly to Charleston and help to make it one of America's most beautiful and livable cities.  There is an opportunity to enhance our street scape through planting additional trees. Charleston Trees, a committee of the Charleston Horticultural Society, has a matching program that provides one free tree for every two purchased.  Questions regarding the program, including species and placement, should be directed to the Charleston Urban Forestry Division at 724-7416.




     

    Articles of Interest!

    • http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/sergeant-jasper-opposition-is-about-more-than-traffic/Content?oid=5091066
    • http://www.charlestonmercury.com/index.php/en/news/482-march-16-is-the-last-chance-to-get-the-sergeant-jasper-right
    • http://charlestoncurrents.com/2015/03/dont-allow-a-monstrosity-on-broad-street/
    • http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20150306/PC1002/150309585/1025/

    Our City Council Member


    Mike Seekings
    Charleston City Council
    District 8
    mseekings@leathbouchlaw.com
    843-364-8583
    ©Charlotte Caldwell