Armory Park Neighborhood Association
Annual Meeting and Board Meeting
9 November, 2010
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Parish Hall Continue reading “November 2010 Minutes”
As you may know there have been quite a number of cases of vandalism in our neighborhood of late. Primarily they have taken the form of cutting the wires that go to internet, cable TV and/or telephone. There have however been instances of someone turning off gas lines, electricity to homes as well as turning on water taps. Some neighbors have been hit multiple times. Continue reading “Security Alert”
Join Watershed Management Group (WMG) in Tucson for a half-day, participatory introduction to the world of green infrastructure on November 20 or December 4, 2010.
The seven booths sit in a sunny lot with fifteen or twenty shoppers wandering from one to another, admiring the fruits and vegetables or the hand-made soaps or the jars of local honey. Someone has just purchased a dozen eggs from Marana and someone else is putting a jar of blueberry preserves and a couple of large ripe tomatoes in her canvas sack. Continue reading “New Farmers' Market”
Community is lots of things. On this past August 15th it was sharing a bowl of ice cream with friends at the Armory Senior Center. It was the Annual Ice Cream Social, the brainchild of Armory Board member Karen Olson. This year neighbors met, talked, relaxed, partook of that American favorite, and, in fact, even danced. Continue reading “Armory Loves Ice Cream”
Celebrate the spirit of the season with friends and neighbors at the annual holiday party, Sunday, December 12, 5-8 pm.
437 S. 5th Avenue
This year’s gracious hostess is Margit Ritchie.
The party is a potluck so bring your favorite dish to share; main course will be provided, along with wine and soft drinks.
All residents of the Armory Park Neighborhood are invited.
For more information, email info [at] armoryparktucson.org
Join your neighbors for the semi-annual cleanup, Saturday, December 11. Stop by 541 S. 3rd Avenue between 8 and 8:30 am for donuts
and coffee; then we’ll fan out and pick up trash. Meet your neighbors while improving the neighborhood.
During 2010, the APNA board has had several conversations about developing a written set of development principles to incorporate into our neighborhood plan. The principles would be a starting point for neighborhood conversations with developers who are planning projects within or adjacent to the Armory Park neighborhood. Continue reading “Give Your Input into Development Principles”
The Armory Park Neighborhood Association (APNA) board is proposing to amend the bylaws to extend the northern boundary of the neighborhood association. Continue reading “Proposed Armory Park Neighborhood Boundary Changes”