Next NHPNA meeting -- Wed., February 12th: 7pm at SY Jackson.
KEY UPCOMING EVENTS FOR 2003 On Saturday, Feb. 1st, the Unification Charter Commission (UCC) will hold its second public forum at 9:00am in the City-County Chambers, Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Government Center (Basement Level), 5th St. and Marquette. The web address is: www.abcucc.net if you would like more information. On Saturday, Jan. 11th, the City will dedicate the new APD substation at the corner of Tramway and Montgomery from 11am until noon. I'll hope to see you there. This should be a great addition to our area. On Saturday, Jan. 11th, the City will hold a Charter Kick Off to discuss the Unification Session to begin receiving input on the new unified urban government, as the City and County governments will be rolled into one entity. On Monday, Jan. 13th, we have the NHPNA Blood Drive at SY Jackson between 2:30 and 7:30pm. If you can assist, contact me and I'll set an appointment time for you. On Tuesday, Jan 14th, 7pm, we have the NHPNA monthly meeting. I'll post our scheduled agenda on the website by Monday. Contact me if you want to add anything to be discussed. The meeting will be held at SY Jackson. NOTE: We'll meet in the Teacher's Lounge, near the front door due to events in the Gym and Cafeteria. On Thursday, Jan. 16th, 7pm, the District 8 Coalition will hold a forum with APS officials to discuss the upcoming Bond and Tax initiative. The meeting will be held at El Dorado HS in the Lecture Hall -- south side of the Media Bldg right in the middle of campus.
National Night Out Contest [details]
Set aside two hours on the evening of August 6th to attend a Caribbean family outing at SY Jackson. Meet friends and neighbors who are working to improve the quality of life in our neighborhood. Win cash for our association!
1st Annual NHPNA 4th of July Festival, included family, friends, good food and fireworks [details]. This event was held at SY Jackson on the patio and grassy park. The event provided a safe, wholesome 4th of July environment. If you missed this year's event, be sure to plan to attend next year.
Project #2: Neighborhood Signs
Our neighbors to the east, in the Glenwood Hills area, have installed attractive signs designating their neighborhood region. We believe this would enhance our community as well. We have about 7-8 entrances to our neighborhood. We would need to consider whether each entrance should have a sign or just some of them. We could look for sponsors who would "adopt" a sign to help cover costs. What are your thoughts?
Project #3: Upgrade Medians
At our last meeting, May 14th, the membership expressed their desire to upgrade the medians on Montgomery Blvd. Councilor Payne acknowledged the need for this neighborhood improvement. Which do you prefer: A or B? Lend your voice to our effort. Use the information in the Contact section to send a note to your representatives. Not only will this improvement help beautify our area, but the increased foilage will help reduce traffic noice on Montgomery. Act today!
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