January is the month of our membership drive. Your contribution of just $10 per household helps to pay for our newsletter and website that keep you informed and our events and projects that help to bring attention to our district and bring our residents together. Greater participation also allows ODWA to have greater impact with the City Council when issues arise. Please help us to build better, safer, and cleaner neighborhoods in our Historic District.
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In the News
Editorial regarding the Blue Creek Coal Terminal addition to be taken up by the Planning Commision on February 6.
Where: Various homes in the Old Dauphin Way Historic District
The Old Dauphinway Association will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year! In honor of this occasion, the history committee of the ODWA board would like to talk with former board members who were active in the early years of the organization. If you would like to share old memories, photographs, news clippings or other memorabilia associated with Old Dauphinway in the 1970s and 90s, please contact Susan Thomas at 476-9440 or susanthomas1744@ att.net.
Extensive work and landscaping at McGill-Toolen CatholicHigh School recognized. See our