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.
Want to know how APNA’s doing financially? Here’s the latest:
Continue reading “APNA Treasury Reports July-August 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”
A reminder: The APNA Board holds monthly meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (except January), at 6:30 PM. Because of COVID-19, APNA Board meetings are currently being held on line, at APNA Meeting Stream .
Meetings are open to all residents. Attending them is a great way to stay informed about issues of neighborhood-wide interest. We encourage you to attend!
A message from APNA President David Bachman-Williams:
Our Current Treasurer, Donna Taylor, will be leaving the Board and office at the end of this year. A new treasurer will be needed to carry on her work. She has established a system of record keeping and reporting beneficial to our association. Concurrent with the last few months of her term, APNA is moving to cloud applications for most functions, including the Treasurer’s
A cloud based system will be simpler to use because the hardware requirements are minimal and help will be readily available should the new Treasurer encounter problems. Remote collaboration is essential in these Covid times.
These are the position requirements as I see them:
- An interest in sound financial management.
- The ability to follow a systematic approach to administration.
- Some familiarity with digital technology but expertise is not needed.
- A computer with a modern internet browser.
- An internet connection.
- A printer is very desirable but not essential.
If you are interested in this way of supporting your neighborhood, I would like to hear from you. Please call me at 520-975-4852 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The treasurer’s Report for August can be viewed at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qCKJ8M6n9-TPsLwrWDbsjEFucoJ427Bb/view?usp=sharing
This month’s report is filed in a new storage site at APNA’s new G-Suite account. If you have any difficulty viewing it, please contact Ken Taylor (email@example.com).
Not a member of the Armory Park Neighborhood Association? Please consider joining at https://armoryparktucson.org/membership/.
Our community made a great response to the threat of the proposed Central Business District expansion within Armory Park. A team of individuals and a strong response from many residents provided our council member, Steve Kozachik, with the information he needed to take action. His results were quick and effective, so this threat has passed for now.
Neighbors have expressed appreciation for the efforts of all involved, but one player has not yet been recognized. Without the contribution of our neighborhood association (APNA) none of this would have been achieved. It was at a Board meeting that the threat first became apparent and the Board expressed its concern. Very soon after, email polling of the Board authorized an aggressive response against the expansion within Armory Park. The second Zoom meeting, attended by many residents and Board members, gave City staff notice that the fight was on. President David Bachman-Williams spoke for the neighborhood in expressing our disapproval of the expansion. Only by having an active association did we learn of the threat and have a powerful voice opposing it.
APNA is built on the membership of neighbors. Our listserv has 350 email addresses enrolled. A number of those are for couples so the number of individuals subscribed is greater. 405 people follow our Facebook page. APNA has 136 members today, a third of the listserv users and Facebook followers. More people willing to pay the $10 per person annual dues strengthens the voice of our Board and President. As small as the dues are, they pay for meeting space and other expenses. Without an APNA financial contribution, the recent sidewalk improvements could not have been completed. The bottom line:
— Please pay your dues now (If you have already, thanks). Contact Phyllis Factor (Pefnaz@gmail.com), our membership chair.
— Serve as an officer, as a Board Director, on a committee or as a project team worker. 2021 elections are this November.
Armory Park is a great neighborhood, but only active engagement by our residents can keep it that way. Thanks for your active contribution.
Here is the financial report for July and August 2020. There was no July Board meeting. Treasurer Reports 202008
These reports have already been published in Board meeting minutes and on the the listserv. They are included here for those who want a single place to see the association’s financial picture over time.
Treasurer Reports 201911
Treasurer Reports 201912
Treasurer Reports 202001
Treasurer Report 202002
Treasurer Reports 202003
Treasurer Reports 202004
Treasurer Reports 202005
Treasurer Reports 202006
A reminder that this month’s APNA meeting will take place Tuesday, September 10, at St Andrew’s Parish Hall. And don’t forget: the starting time for APNA meetings is now 6:30 PM! Come and hear what’s going on in the neighborhood! Tucson Police Department reps will be there to discuss neighborhood safety issues.
Here’s the agenda: APNA Agenda 8_13_19