APNA’s 11/13/18 Meeting: Crime, Armory Park, Dusk Festival

Some notes from APNA President Anne Cooper about last Tuesday’s general meeting:
We had representatives from the police department and Pima County attorneys office discuss crime in the neighborhood and how we can continue our dialogue to make Armory Park a safe neighborhood. We will continue to actively partner with them to ensure the police coverage we are enjoying continues.
(please see police incident report below).
We had a continued discussion about Armory Park and in particular the Dusk Festival. As a followup to this and the listserv discussions, I have invited and confirmed Brent Dennis (the head of Parks and Rec), Steve Kozachik (Ward 6 councilman) and Greg Jackson (city managers office who approves special permits for Armory Park) to the next APNA meeting on December 11th. I will send out reminders in advance so that we can get as many people who want, to attend. Come with your questions and solutions – we want this to be a fruitful discussion.

Continue reading “APNA’s 11/13/18 Meeting: Crime, Armory Park, Dusk Festival”

2019 APNA Board

With the election at last Tuesday’s meeting of a few new Board members and the departure at the end of the year of one or two others, here are the names of the 2019 Armory Park Neighborhood Association Board members:
Anne Cooper- President
Maurice Roberts, Vice-President
Tod Santee- Treasurer
David Bachman-Williams – interim Secretary
Fernando Chiquette
Mark Crum
Phyllis Factor
Jenny Maloney
Sue Ellen Schuerman
Nadine Rund
Paula Wilk
Giovanna Hesley
Carla Proano
Liz Burden
Deborah Oslik

General Membership Meeting 11/13/18

Tuesday at 7 PM we’re having a general neighborhood meeting at St Andrew’s Parish Hall. The top topic: Deciding the membership of next year’s Neighborhood Association and Historic Zone Advisory Boards. We’ll also hear about the latest in neighborhood news and developments!

Election Day Is Tuesday!

Tucson giving free rides on Election Day

From KOLD 13:

Can’t get to the polls on your own? The City of Tucson will be offering free rides on certain public transportation on Election Day. Happening on Tuesday, Nov. 6, Sun Tran, Sun Van, Sun Link, and Sun Express will all be free to ride, a city official confirmed to Tucson News Now. However, Sun Shuttle and Sun Shuttle Dial-a-Ride services will not be included in the free transportation day participation. You can find your designated polling place on the Pima County Recorder’s Office website (https://www.recorder.pima.gov/VoterStats/PollingInfo). Although polling places are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day, free rides will be offered all day on the listed public transportation places.