Community Engagement Sessions — next session Friday Feb. 23

Feb
20
Tue

There are a lot of changes happening at the Dayton’s Bluff District Council and we need YOUR voice to guide the organization into a new era. The Board of Directors is looking for community input as we create a neighborhood-centered plan for the Dayton’s Bluff District 4 Community Council. Our future work plan should represent  Continue Reading »

Interim Executive Director recommendation on February 26 at public meeting

Feb
20
Tue

DBCC is no longer accepting applications for the posted interim executive director position. Thank you to all who spread the word when announced we were seeking candidates and to all who submitted applications. We are currently reviewing applications and interviewing select candidates. The Board will bring a recommendation to the upcoming DBCC public board meeting  Continue Reading »

February 2018 Board Meeting moved to February 26th

Feb
06
Tue

DBCC Board of Directors meetings are scheduled for the third Monday of each month except in the event this date falls on an observed holiday. The February 2018 meeting date falls on President’s Day holiday. To avoid this conflict we are rescheduling our February meeting for the following Monday: DBCC Board Meeting February 26, 2018  Continue Reading »

DBCC Board clarifies January meeting postponement

Feb
06
Tue

We’ve received a few questions regarding the timing and reasons for the postponement of the meeting on January 22nd. To clarify the notice we published on the 23rd, we’d like to add that, despite the rapidly deteriorating weather situation, we intended to hold the meeting as planned. We did not anticipate far enough in advance  Continue Reading »

February 9th Community Engagement Session moved to February 16th

Feb
06
Tue

Due to a facilitator not being available for the scheduled February 9th Community Engagement Session, the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council is moving this session to February 16. Same time — 6:30-8:30 PM, same location — East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. See the event post in our calendar for all the details including notes  Continue Reading »

January Board meeting postponed due to snow

Jan
23
Tue

The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council Board of Directors found it necessary to postpone its regularly scheduled January meeting on January 22nd due to the snow emergency. With board members finding themselves stuck on the road or helping neighbors, the situation developed too quickly to be proactive about canceling in advance. DBCC apologizes for the inconvenience  Continue Reading »

LEDC seeks board members

Jan
17
Wed

The Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC), our partner at the East Side Enterprise Center (ESEC), is seeking new board members. Check out their post below and consider joining this invaluable organization: Interested in Serving Your Community? Latino Economic Development Center’s (LEDC) membership will be electing 4 new members to serve on their board of directors.  Continue Reading »

East Side Saint Paul Receives National Endowment for the Arts Grant

Jun
18
Sun

The NEA Our Town award of $100,000 will support WEQY East Side Radio, program of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council (DBCC) and Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center, a community partner of DBCC to create an arts and cultural addendum to the comprehensive plan for the city of St. Paul. The work will be accomplished through  Continue Reading »

St. Paul business incubator wins grant

Aug
24
Wed

A planned business incubator in St. Paul’s Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood is the next step in an effort to turn East Seventh Street, a road once dominated by car dealerships, into a more people-oriented and entrepreneurial corridor, community planners say. City officials awarded the incubator a $350,000 Neighborhood Sales Tax Revitalization grant this year – the  Continue Reading »

Dayton’s Bluff Board Member wins DFL endorsement for School Board

Aug
14
Sun

A year after setting in motion a series of dramatic changes at the top of the city’s public schools, St. Paul DFLers on Saturday endorsed an East Side neighborhood leader with a decades-long commitment to early childhood education as their candidate for a vacant school board seat. If elected Nov. 8, Jeannie Foster would serve  Continue Reading »

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