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User groups are product or community focused and each one is led by the product manager or community manager. Our goals are to make it easier for you to find the user group, or groups, that you want to participate in and for us to listen more closely to your needs and ideas. The user group program is about opening up more lines of communication. Most user groups are public and include inworld meetings, JIRA sections, and sometimes a Twitter feed, an SL Forum, or an SL email list. It's up to the user group lead and the core Resident team how they want to communicate with one another. The discussions will be open, direct, and focus more on your needs, new features, and be more forward-looking.

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For information on dates and times of user group meetings, see the user groups meeting schedule. And, each User Group has an individual page where agendas and archives reside. The program is still getting up to speed, so give each User Group leader time to fill in their content. Check back often!

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User GroupDescriptionUser Group LeaderFrequencyDays of WeekTime (PT)Location (SLurl)

Server/Sim/Scripting Simulator issues and technology. Simon Linden Weekly Tuesday 12:00-13:00SLurl
Open Development Open discussion of SL development, including open source contributions. Vir Linden Bi-Weekly Wednesday 07:00-08:00 Oz's RaftD or Hippo Hollow (182, 49, 44)D
Server Beta Anything pertaining to server changes and public beta testing. Caleb Linden Weekly Thursday 15:00-16:00On Aditi: SLurl
Content Creation Discussion of SL content creation including avatars, animations, and other meshes.
(Supersedes the Bento user group.)
Vir Linden Bi-Weekly Thursday 13:00-14:00 Hippotropolis Campfire CircleD
Governance Discussion & education of issues involving Governance such as in-world abuse, Abuse Reports, Forum Reports, Marketplace Reports, etc Tommy Linden & Kristin Linden Every 3rd Tuesday Tuesday 13:00-14:00 HavenhurstD
Concierge & Land Discussion & education of SL topics such as current known issues and bugs, project viewers and new features, and general Mainland issues. Wendi Linden & Vix Linden Every 4th Wednesday Wednesday 12:00-13:00 Linden Estate Services4D
Web Discussion of issues around Web properties such as Marketplace, Profiles, Place Pages, Search, etc. Grumpity Linden & Reed Linden Monthly Wednesday 14:00 DenbyD

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© Joseph P. Smith This closed office complex at 1601 N. 2nd Street in Millville is approved now for conversion into an apartment complex, likely to open in 2021.

MILLVILLE – A North 2nd Street office complex that saw its tenant base dwindle in recent years and finally vanish in 2020 is finding a second life as an apartment complex.

Robert Eisenberg, a managing partner in the project, said Monday that “Glasstown Village” should be ready to open this year. It will offer a combination of one-bedroom and studio apartments for a total of 50 units.

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The proposal needed a variance to move forward. The Zoning Board issued the approval after a hearing April 1, attorney Dean Marcolongo said.

The office complex, at 1601 N. 2nd Street (Route 47), is in an area where hotels and motels are allowable uses. Apartments, if attached to a business, also are allowed. But this type of conversion was not specifically allowed in the zoning rules, sparking the variance request.

According to the proposal, most construction work will be inside of its buildings. Property tax records indicate the office complex dates to 1970. The 2.62-acre lot is bordered by Espoma Road on one side and north of the Lilliston dealership.

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The new owner bought the property in December 2020 from Amazing Grace Community Church, a Franklinville church. Amazing Grace had owned the property for less than a year, acquiring it in January 2020 from Kejzman Enterprises LLC of Vineland.

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Joe Smith is a N.E. Philly native transplanted to South Jersey more than 30 years ago. He is a former editor and current senior staff writer for The Daily Journal in Vineland, Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, and the Burlington County Times. Have a tip? Reach out at (856) 563-5252 or [email protected] or follow me on Twitter, @jpsmith-dj. Help support local journalism with a subscription.

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This article originally appeared on Vineland Daily Journal: Office complex getting second life as apartments