On Tuesday, February 22, 2012 at 11 a.m. Tweedy Mile Association Board Members, the Beautification Committee, the South Gate Chamber of Commerce, and the City of South Gate Council and City Departments celebrated the Phase One completion of planned improvements on Tweedy Boulevard with the official unveiling of entrance monument signs and both ends of Tweedy Mile.
The South Gate Patch was there to cover the event. Following is the Patch article by
Tweedy Mile Association celebrated its 5th Annual Art & Family Night on Tuesday, March 16th at the South Gate Park Auditorium. After judging the overwhelming amount of contest entries, on May 14, 2011 the organization awarded 16 winners.
City of South Gate Mayor Maria Davila, Art Night Chair Rene Ornelas, and Program Director Sharon King with the South Gate Arts Association, handed award checks and recognitions from U.S. Congresswoman Linda Sanchez. The event’s judges divided the awards in two main categories: Day of the Event entries, and Take Home entries.
Dear Tweedy Mile Stakeholder,
As Tweedy Mile Association is going through a challenging situation to secure needed funding, in order to continue its neighborhood revitalization efforts, the Board of Directors made the though decision of suspending the Executive Director’s position during this transition.
The Tweedy Mile Association in order to strengthen its stakeholder representation, elected three new board members-at-large. These are: Grant Pstiryan, owner for a year of Wing House restaurant; Joe Moschetti, former South East Sports owner, and current retail landlord on Tweedy Blvd.; and Greg Martinez former owner of Tweedy Hardware, and former City of South Gate Mayor.