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News Archive - Page 9 of 14 - Rosedale Development Association

"The Land We Live On " Rosedale historical exhibit
New historical exhibit explores how places shape history

“The Land We Live On” tells the story of the Rosedale community through urban planning On April 1, 2016, Rosedale Development Association (RDA) will be hosting “The Land We Live On,” its second annual historical exhibit. The exhibit will tell the story of parks, streets, and urban planning in Rosedale over the last 100 years. […]

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Rosedale Master Plan Update community meetings
Community discusses future of Rosedale at January Master Plan meetings

The January Rosedale Master Plan meetings attracted approximately 70 Rosedalians to discuss our community’s future. Planners from the Unified Government, BNIM, and Insite Planning lead group discussions about different possibilities for the future of Rosedale. Groups talked about improving Rosedale’s green spaces like Rosedale Park and the Rozarks trails, future development along Southwest Blvd., creating […]

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Construction near KU Med to cause traffic delays
Construction near KU Med to create traffic delays

New construction projects at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) and the University of Kansas Hospital will create traffic delays now through July 2016. The projects include the University of Kansas Hospital’s Cambridge North Tower construction at 39th Ave. and Cambridge St., and KUMC’s Health Education Building at 39th Ave. and Rainbow Blvd. “The […]

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Rosedale residents and students celebrate MLK
Rosedale residents and students celebrate MLK

 “Those who do not learn about history are doomed to repeat it.” This strong statement from George Santayana is a testament to why, each year, community members come together to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. during Rosedale Development Association’s annual RISE reading program. RISE, or Reading Inspirational Stories to Empower, is a […]

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Update: CNCS Budget Saved

Last September, we reported on the budget Congress proposed for the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). The proposed budget included $500 million in cuts to CNCS’s budget, cutting the number of available spots for AmeriCorps volunteers by nearly 40,000. Today we are happy to report that funding for CNCS has been restored. In a recent […]

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Rosedale in 2015 from A to Z

In 2015, the staff and board of Rosedale Development Association were busy! Here are a few of the things we worked on: Advocated for fair housing for Rosedale Ridge residents Bike-In Movie: The Goonies Quote-Along attracted over 150 people Community Survey sent to 5,100 households & businesses in Rosedale, with a 16% response rate Delivered […]

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Construction on Merriam Lane
Year in Review: Building a strong, healthy community in 2015

To reach Rosedale Development Association’s mission of building a strong, healthy community, we set goals in the areas of economic, social, physical, and environmental health. But what does that look like when translated into real life? Here are just of the few of the ways life in Rosedale changed for the better in 2015, thanks […]

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Congratulations to Rosedale’s first Eat Complete businesses!
Congratulations to Rosedale’s first Eat Complete businesses!

Deco Catering, Topp’d Pizza, and Taco Republic are Rosedale’s first businesses to become Eat Complete certified. At no cost to businesses, RDA’s Eat Complete program identifies businesses that go above and beyond providing their customers with healthy and delicious options. Meet the first three businesses to win the designation: Topp’d Pizza boasts a 100 percent […]

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Youth Basketball
Basketball is back this January

Youth sports with RDA will begin again soon with the winter basketball season. Starting in early December, RDA will begin putting teams together with practices starting up right after winter break on January 4. Basketball is open to all children from kindergarten through sixth grades. Team divisions are separated by grades — kindergarten through third […]

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