Category: GSLA Board

GSLA Board of Directors 2017-18

The board of directors of the Greater South Loop Association received nominating petitions for the board of directors and held its annual election on Saturday, October 7, 2017. From Cristina Hall, incoming President: As the incoming President of the Greater South Loop Association, I’d like to offer a HUGE thank you to Deb Soehlig, our outgoing President for her years… Read more →

Board of Directors 2016-17

From Deb Soehlig, returning President: As I continue as President of the Greater South Loop Association, I’d like to offer a big thank you to our 2015-16 officers and directors. The 2016-17 year will see the return of many familiar faces, although many in new roles, as well as the addition of new faces. I’d like to thank Frank Readus… Read more →

Board of Directors 2015-16

From Deb Soehlig, incoming President: As the incoming President of the Greater South Loop Association, I’d like to offer a HUGE thank you to Jeanette Johnson, our outgoing President for her years of outstanding service as Vice President and President. It makes my term much easier to follow in the footsteps of someone who cares so passionately about our community… Read more →

Board of Directors 2014-15

The board of directors of the Greater South Loop Association received nominating petitions for the board of directors and held its annual election on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at the DayStar Center located at 1550 S. State Street. Officers were elected to the board as follows: Jeanette Johnson, President Deb Soehlig, Vice President Directors elected to the board: Norma Jordan… Read more →

The South Loop needs YOU!

We meet so many great neighbors that are looking for a way to give back to our beautiful neighborhood and our annual election is the perfect opportunity to join our board and contribute! In addition, we have volunteer opportunities ranging from special projects to committee participation to board member seats. What a perfect way to lend your time and talents… Read more →

GSLA Board comment letters on South Loop development proposals

At the May 1, 2014, Board meeting of the Greater South Loop Association, our Board decided to begin posting copies of our comment letters on South Loop development proposals to our web site. Moving forward, those letters will be posted here. We believe in being transparent and accountable, and posting these comment letters publicly is consistent with that. GSLA is often… Read more →

Home, South Loop, Home: Meet Josh Ellis

Josh Ellis, a GSLA Board member since October, 2013, shares some thoughts on why he joined the Board, and more broadly speaking, why he engages in community life in the South Loop: Short version of the story: Last Tuesday my wife and I bought our first home, right here in the South Loop. That’s exciting. What’s also exciting is the… Read more →

On Membership and Community: Meet Frank Readus

Frank T Readus, a GSLA Board member since October, 2013, shares some thoughts on why he joined the Board, and more broadly speaking, why he engages in community life in the South Loop: I decided to become a part of my present homeowners association after participating as a “benchwarmer” at my previous condominium location. I originally said to others and myself that… Read more →

Board of Directors 2013-14

The board of directors of the Greater South Loop Association received nominating petitions for the board of directors and held an annual election on Thursday, October 3, 2013 at the DayStar Center located at 1550 S. State Street. Gail Rutkowski, president, called for nominating petitions from South Loop residents and said, “We invite all community members to get involved –… Read more →

Board of Directors 2012-13

The board of directors of the Greater South Loop Association received nominating petitions for the board of directors and held an annual election on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at the DayStar Center located at 1550 S. State Street. Gail Rutkowski, president, called for nominating petitions from South Loop residents and said, “We invite all community members to get involved –… Read more →