Please join us for a busy meeting with a full agenda on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at St. Andrew’s Parish Hall from 7:00 to 9:30pm.
There are a number of presentations, so everyone should find at least one topic of interest 😉
Also, we will have a special election for additional alternates to the board. Three have already come forward. If you are interested, but can’t attend, please contact me at the listed APNA telephone number, before the meeting.
Hope to see you there!
The agenda is attached: APNA Agenda 9-11-12
You should all now have one at your front gate or door, but just in case, here it is in Pdf!: September 2012 Newsletter
The minutes are attached here: APNA Minutes — July 10, 2012
It seems that too much is going on this year to take our usual August break. There will be updates on everything going on.
Hope to see you there!
Attached is the agenda: APNA Agenda 8-14-12
A Heads-Up from the RefugeeFEST Committee:
On June 23rd, Tucson and the world come together in celebration of World Refugee Day with the 4th annual Tucson World RefugeeFEST & Soccer Tournament to be held at the Maracana Indoor Sports Arena, 555 E. 18th Street, a couple of blocks east of Armory Park Historic Residential Neighborhood. We invite the Armory Park Neighborhood Association and all of your members, residents and families to join us for this delightful cultural event.
http://www.TucsonRefugeeFest.com Continue reading “Great Local Event”
June’s meeting will focus on the Broadway Corridor issue, developments with the Community Gardens Program, and a lot of updates on everything that’s going on in and around the neighborhood currently.
Attached is the agenda: APNA Agenda 6-12-12
Hope to see you!
After working on them for the past two years, holding numerous public and committee meetings on them, and finalizing what should be included,
APNA has formally adopted a set of Development Principles that future developers can review to make sure their projects are in keeping with neighborhood residents’ wishes. These principles and a soon to be developed “Manual of Usage” will compliment the Armory Park Historic Zone Advisory Board’s guidelines, throughout the greater neighborhood, not just the Historic Neighborhood Preservation Zone. In fact, APNA will soon have at least two historic districts ( APHD / APHPZ and the new Downtown Historic District) within the year.
Please read the attached document, and let us know what you think!
Development Principles: APNA-Development- Principles, approved 4-10-12