Cool Spring / Tilton Neighborhood Association

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Welcome to Cool Spring/Tilton!

CSTNA meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month. 

We meet in the Library of the Lewis Elementary School on 10th and Van Buren.  The entrance is on Van Buren Street.  Parking is available around school building and Cool Spring Park. Residents are urged to attend the meetings and help to make Cool Spring and Tilton better places to live.  If you are unable to attend a meeting or would like to learn more about what is discussed the agendas and minutes are available for review below.  



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Residential Dues: $10.00 per year

Business Dues: $50.00 per year

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Boxwood Topiary Stolen

Just wanted to make everyone aware. Two nights it was taken and I woke up in the morning to find it gone and could not believe that someone would come on my front porch and steal something like... more
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The CSTNA would like to share reviews and recommendations for contractors and service providers that you have personal experience with. Know a really good plumber or electrician -- or maybe someone we... more
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Did anyone see any trucks coming through our neighborhood to pickup/remove leaves that were swept into the street between 11/23 and 12/11? Our block (1300 W. 8th) never saw one, and I'm just wondering... more
Started: December 14th 2009Replies: 1

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