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6A COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL APRIL 12, 2017
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needed to complete the project, Bryant said there is not
currently a plan for the land.
"I'm not sure what we do. Do we build something else?
Do we sell the land and re-invest that money? I'm not
sure," he said.
Technically, Cottage Village Coalition does not own the
property on Madison but rather, is under the umbrella
of SquareOne's nonprofi t status. It was SquareOne that
won the grant and thus, purchased the property.
Bryant stressed that while some answers are still wait-
ing for furthr investigation by the group, he was open
to neighborhood involvement.
Rumors of "dividing and conquering" the neighbors, he
said were unfounded.
Several neighbors received an email from SquareOne
asking them to meet privately with Bryant to discuss
their concerns about Cottage Village. However, Bryant
said there was no effort to contact specifi c neighbors.
"We emailed people who had emailed us. We answered
Resident George Devine was presented an award by Mayor Jeff Gowing and their email by asking them to meet," he said.
former mayor, current EBID chair Jim Gilroy for his many years of service to
After the misunderstanding was discovered, SquareOne
the Cottage Grove community during Monday night's council meeting.
sent an email to all neighbors, asking them to share
with any Madison-area resident they may have over-
"If you want to meet with us individually, please let us
one of the musical highlights ing Actor Tony Award for his
as well as the “make up” duet by portrayal of Lieutenant Cioffi . know. We have a long road toward development. We
VanBeever and Tracy Nygaard. For local community entertain- don’t know what obstacles we will face or even if de-
The lighting, sound, costumes, ment, “Curtains,” is well worth velopment can happen. At this point all we have done
and orchestra were all executed the price of admission. There is purchased property. Our development strategy seeks
without a hitch in just the sec- will be 14 performances at the
to be democratic and collaborative. We want neighbors
ond night after the Friday night Cottage Theatre from April
7–30. Performances are Thurs- who want to be involved," the email said.
day, Friday and Saturday eve-
nings at 8:00 pm, and Sunday
afternoons at 2:30 pm. There
is not a performance on Easter
Sunday, April 16.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Grab a BITE of
“Curtains” originally opened
in Los Angles in 2006 and then
on Broadway in 2007 where it
ran for over one year. David
Hyde Pierce (Niles on televi-
sions’s “Frasier”) won the Lead-
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