DRAFT Minutes of 9/11/18 APNA Meeting

20180911_192955We have had a lot of requests for minutes from last Tuesday’s general membership meeting. Here are the DRAFT minutes – they have not been approved by the board but give you a sense of what transpired at the meeting. Please feel free to reach out to any of your board members with questions or comments.
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“Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods”

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A message from the Tucson Police:

G.A.I.N. has been scheduled this year for Wednesday, October 17th, 2018.

G.A.I.N. What is it? G.A.I.N. stands for Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods.

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General Membership Meeting Tuesday 9/11

Remember, this Tuesday’s APNA meeting is a general membership meeting. Even if you’re not an APNA member, feel free to come! We will have representatives from the Police Department, the Ward 6 office, and Community Bridges present. We’ll also hear about the latest on neighborhood and downtown developments, our new listserv, and keeping Armory Park’s traffic circles clean and beautiful.

The meeting’s Tuesday at 7:00 PM in the Parish Hall at St. Andrew’s Church.

Here’s the agenda:

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Let’s Give Our Traffic Circles Some TLC!

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Do you want to help keep Armory Park’s traffic circles clean and beautiful? Then please join us! The APNA Board recently decided to adopt our traffic circles under the city’s adopt-a-street program. Giovanna Hesley has graciously taken the lead on the project. See her message below the break.

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APNA General Membership Meeting September 11

Plan to come! to St. Andrew’s Parish Hall on Tuesday at 7:00 PM! This month’s APNA meeting is a general membership meeting. We will discuss crime and security with the Police Department, Community Bridges, keeping Armory Park’s traffic circles beautiful, the new listserv, neighborhood development issues, and other important stuff.