Some APNA members want to renew their membership and pay online; you may be one of them. A new system is now available to do that! This link https://forms.gle/j7VXuSVtzXmX1v7J9 will take you to a form in APNA’s Google Workspace account. After completing the form, you will be offered links to PayPal to complete payment. The Become a Member! page here on the APNA website also has a link to the form. For help, mail email@example.com. Your suggestions and comments will be appreciated. Thanks for any feedback you can offer. We hope this new feature is a convenience for you.
If you complete the online membership form and pay via PayPal, the paper form is not needed.
Based on some Listserv problems and recent online polling, the APNA Board has decided the currently used Listserv (on YahooGroups) will be discontinued by Sept. 15. At that time, we will move to our NEW GoogleGroup and cancel our YahooGroups subscription.
If you want to join Armory Park’s GoogleGroup listserv, just send a blank email from the email you wish to use to this address: Armory-Park+subscribe@GoogleGroups.com and then respond to the automated verification email it sends.
If you want to drop YahooGroups before Sept. 15 (to avoid too many double posts), send a blank email from your current YahooGroups-used email address to: ArmoryPark-unsubscribe@YahooGroups.com and respond to its verification (if any), too.
In the meantime we will stop approvals for joining YahooGroups and direct newcomers to the new GoogleGroup address. New members will be unable to post until verified and unmoderated, just like new YahooGroup members were. If you join with the same email address used in Yahoo, we can unmoderate you for posting fairly quickly. If you use a different email address we may email you for extra info before allowing message-posting privileges.
Please contact Tod Santee, Phyllis Factor, or Deborah Oslik if you have any problems joining.
I was just searching through the articles in the Old Articles category and realized that the way they are presented could be confusing. All of the articles appear to be written by the same person (me). That is not the case and all of the articles in this category were written by previous authors before I came to the site. When the site was moved to a new hosting platform, I also moved the years of previous articles so that our records and history would not be lost. Unfortunately, the transfer also identified me as the author of all articles, losing attribution to the actual authors. I could see no practical way to preserve the authorship information for so many articles.
If you would like to reclaim authorship of articles, please give me your name, contact information and the article titles. I will make the corrections.
Welcome to the Armory Park, Tucson website, the official website of the Armory Park Neighborhood Association (APNA)! If you already live in Armory Park, you will find lots of useful information here. Please consider becoming an APNA member if you aren’t already one. Just click “Become a Member” to sign up. In addition to this website, we have an active listserv and a Facebook page. We have even on occasion been known to hand-deliver paper notices to the neighborhood on important issues.
If you don’t live in Armory Park, thanks for taking the time to check us out. Maybe you’re considering moving here? You should be able to get a lot of your questions answered – and maybe wind up with more questions than when you arrived.
Want to know anything else? Email Bill Duffy and he’ll track down an answer for you.
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!
This website is gradually coming back to life. As happens in most volunteer organizations, circumstances have changed for those previously doing the work. That means that functions that have worked well in the past have deteriorated or stopped working altogether. No updates have happened since 2015. Continue reading “It's Alive”