It is the policy of the New Holiday Park Neighborhood Association leadership to attempt to resolve differences "in house." If you witness a non-violent incident or deficiency, contact one of your leaders (for violent offenses, or potentially dangerous acts, contact your appropriate city officials immediately).
For example, do have a neighbor who is behind on cleaning up their yard? Is there a household that is not keeping up with weed control or trash that blows in? Let's try a community approach to resolving matter. In many cases, the individual might be experiencing some personal challenges, say, health problems or family difficulties. A call to local authorities just puts more pressure on the household. As your president, I will be happy to stop by, say a friendly hello, and ask if the Association can assist. Your leaders will try to put a smile on the face of your neighbor. And, in most cases, these minor problems will resolve themselves.
This is the philosophy of your leadership. This is the foundation of a strong community. We work together, help those in need, and recognize each of us have difficulties meeting life's challenges at times. By leaning on each other, we solidify the ties in our community. We recognize we are part of the same family. by living together in New Holiday Park, we have a common interest. We commit to caring for each other...
Scott Goold, president -- 293.2504
NHPNA4513 Oahu Dr. NE Albuquerque, NM 87111