2017 MPHA The Oak Leaf Now Available On-Line Here

The MPHA Newsletter, The Oak Leaf, has been published and is available here: Oakleaf_Fall_2017_FNL This issue includes the following articles:  MPHA Board, Officers and Board Nominees The MPHA President’s Message “What Is the MPHA?” “The Art of...

Board Nominations

New Nominees for 2017-18 MPHA Board of Directors Kathy Harkness Pamela May nominates Kathy Harkness: a 23-year Myers Park Norton Road neighbor, former MPHA board member and neighborhood crime watch organizer. Kathy has an MBA degree and works for Wells Fargo. She...

The President’s Letter

“He asked for a fee of $25 and expenses ‘if this seems to you reasonable.’” Such began visionary landscape architect John Nolen’s mark on Myers Park in 1905. Formerly a barren cotton farm, the “continuous parkway”*and wooded look of Myers Park is no accident, it was a...

Introducing Officer David Padgett

Myers Park Homeowners Association (MPHA) is pleased to congratulate beloved Officer Robert Sprague on his promotion to Sergeant with CMPD. Way to go, Rob! We are also very pleased to welcome our new Officer David Padgett and hope that many of you will get the chance...

Public Service Program on Aging Trees

What Every Homeowner Needs to Know About Their Aging Trees.   Charlotte  is known for its trees, and Myers Park and surrounding neighborhoods are some of the city’s most notable areas in terms of the extent of their tree canopies.  Recently, we also have had several...

Coyotes in Myers Park

Coyotes in Myers Park by Melissa Knicely, CMPD Animal Care & Control Department The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Animal Care & Control would like to address recent concerns regarding coyote sightings in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area. While we...

Charlotte Observer… Old Trees are Tottering

Above was the headline for the article that Bruce Henderson wrote for the Charlotte Observer on Sunday January 25th.  This all happened because the MPHA Board promoted a program for teaching homeowners about the subtle things to look for in evaluating their own trees....

Historic Charlotte

14th Annual Preservation Award   Preservation Awards on October 15, 2014, at the Charlotte Museum of History. Blast for the Past is Historic Charlotte’s biggest event of the year, celebrating restoration and renovation projects in the greater Charlotte region that...