Check out the end-of-year financials in the November and December 2022 treasurer reports below.Continue reading “APNA Treasurer Reports for November and December 2022”
2023 APNA Board of Directors
The November 22 annual meeting included elections for the 2023 APNA Board of Directors. Congratulations and thanks to those who will serve! Here is the newly elected and re-elected leadership:
- President: David Bachman-Williams
- Vice-President: John Burr
- Secretary: Jeannie McLain
- Treasurer: Janet Koller
Directors for 2023-2024
- Megan Noli
- Ginny Beal
- Michael Lex
Alternate Directors for 2023
- Emily Nottingham
- Ken Taylor
- Maurice Roberts
APNA Annual Meeting November 22, 2022
APNA will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday, November 22, at 6:30 PM. This meeting will include the elections of officers for next year and topics of interest to the community. Join it on Zoom.
NOTE: Normally, APNA meetings are on the second Tuesday of the month. The APNA board voted to move the APNA annual meeting to November 22. The Board felt that holding the meeting on Election night as normally scheduled would be problematic and reduce turnout. Keeping with Tuesdays the Board decided on the fourth Tuesday.
All Saints Development Neighborhood Meeting November 28 at 6:00 PM
The project developers invite Armory Parkers to a public meeting to discuss the proposed All Saints development located in Armory Park. The meeting will be Monday, November 28 at 6:00 PM on Zoom https://arizona.zoom.us/j/81478228089#success
Background information from the development team:Continue reading “All Saints Development Neighborhood Meeting November 28 at 6:00 PM”
Tucson Development Center Online
The City has a new on-line permitting process for people planning to make changes to their property. As part of this process, there have been some minor modifications to the Historic process.
· The Historic application has been combined with the Special Districts application. The link provides the process that any new applicants will need to follow.
· Prior to submitting the required documents, applicants will need to register with the Tucson Development Center On-line. Once registered, the applicant can submit for their permit.
· When it is determined that the applicant is in an HPZ/HL and needs to submit Historic, they will be prompted. Applicants will be able to track the progress of the application in the Tucson Development Center On-line (TDC).
If you have any questions, please contact Jodie Brown, AICP, City of Tucson Historic Preservation Officer, at 520-837-6968 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Armory Park Activation Team
The heart of the Armory Park neighborhood is, of course, Armory Park itself. Here’s a message from the Downtown Tucson Partnership on what is being done to make it better:
We’ve formed the Armory Park Activation Team which is a focus group designed to address specific issues at Armory Park. The team includes the staff of the Ward 6 Office, Diana Amado; City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Dept. (including Armory Park Senior Center staff), Donna Thomas, Stacey Belhumeur, Lara Hamwey & Greg Jackson; Tucson Police Department (TPD), Lt. Belinda Morales & Capt. Corey Doggett; Downtown Tucson Partnership (DTP), Kathleen Eriksen, Russ Stone & Zach Baker; and the Children’s Museum, Hilary Van Alsburg.
- Discussion regarding the importance of cross communication and promotion, Zach Baker
- Update on safety concerns including campers under the canopy, Russ Stone & Lt. Belinda Morales
- Additional lighting along 12th Street through the TEP Dusk to Dawn Program, Diana Amado & Zach Baker
- Additional surveillance and presence from TPD, Lt Belinda Morales
- Coordination between TPD and DTP Safety Ambassadors, Lt. Belinda Morales & Russ Stone
- Updated stats regarding drug related arrests made in Armory Park (July1 – October 1), Lt. Belinda Morales
- Update on Prop 407 with the community outreach process to begin in six months, Greg Jackson
- Discussion w/ Children’s Museum regarding North lawn activation, needs to be mission driven (Children’s Museum) and needs City and neighborhood buy-in and support, Greg Jackson & Diana Amado
- Parks & Rec hired a new intern to lead programming efforts and establish a streamlined (and free) process for park events/reservations. Intern to work closely with DTP staff for business contacts for fitness classes and cross promotional efforts, Stacy Belhumeur & Zach Baker
- Discussion regarding the need to extend contracted security at Armory Park into the evening hours, Greg Jackson & Donna Thomas
UPCOMING EVENTS @ ARMORY PARK:
· September 28, 4-6 pm: Ready, Set, Rec
· September 30, 7:30-8:30 pm: Tucson Pride Parade
· October 15, 10 am-10 pm: 25th Annual Chili Cook-Off (Tucson Fire Fighters Association)
· October 22, 9:30 am-12:30 pm: 6th Avenue Asphalt Art Project
· For a schedule of events and programs inside the Armory Park Center, visit https://www.tucsonaz.gov/parks/armorycenter#schedule.
· We will continue to stay in touch with you via email to let you know about events, activations and other opportunities to get involved.
We’re excited with the momentum and look forward to the continued activation at Armory Park! Thank you for your support and feel free to reach out to DTP with any questions, ideas or concerns.
With much appreciation, Kathleen
Kathleen Eriksen, President & CEO
Downtown Tucson Partnership
A message from our President:
Hi Armory Parkers,
What a great neighborhood we live in. Currently we have the highest membership in the neighborhood Association we have had in many years. Thanks to everyone who is a member at this time.
However, if you are not a member now is the time to join. Friday is the last day to join and be able to vote for leadership positions. It is very easy. It costs just $10 a person and takes five minutes or less.
Go to: https://armoryparktucson.org/membership/
Our Annual Meeting is scheduled for November. We need leaders to step up and serve as officers and directors. More from the nominating committee on that will be coming soon.
For now, make sure you are a member so you can vote in the Annual Meeting.
APNA Treasury Reports July-August 2022
Want to know how APNA’s doing financially? Here’s the latest:Continue reading “APNA Treasury Reports July-August 2022”
APNA Board Minutes January-May 2022
Want to know what the APNA Board has been doing this year? Here are the minutes from the January, February, March, April, and May meetings.Continue reading “APNA Board Minutes January-May 2022”
APNA Treasury Reports May-June 2022
Want to know how APNA is doing financially? Here’s the info.Continue reading “APNA Treasury Reports May-June 2022”