Please join us for the semi-annual general PHNA meeting!
WHAT: Spring Meeting April 25, 2017
WHEN: Tuesday April 25 at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Whittier Community Center,
1100 Quincy, SE (intersection of Quincy and Kathryn)
Door Prizes will be announced at the end of the meeting.
6:30 – 7:00 Meet and Greet with food and refreshments!
7:00 – 8:30 Meeting and Presentations:
- PHNA Business Summary of the year’s events, upcoming events, treasury report, and voting in new board members.
- Safety Corridor Meeting updates and more from Sara Mancini of the Albuquerque Office of Neighborhood Coordination
- Crime and Safety report from Board Member Frank Ernst
- Update from neighborhood resident Mara Hoffman about “aging in place” and efforts to support the aging community
- Senator Cisco McSorley will address the group and take questions
- New business
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WHEN: Tuesday, March 21
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: 1216 Truman SE
Free event! RSVP to Mara Hoffman at 505-379-6100 or Margo Chamberlain at 505-350-4524 (If there is no answer, please leave a message)
Are you thinking about the future? Are you or someone you know wanting to stay in your own home through old age?
The City of Albuquerque, AARP, and some neighborhood
associations are thinking about the future of Albuquerque’s elders, too.
Join residents from the Parkland Hills neighborhood for an evening of discussion, brainstorming, and possibilities on how our
neighborhood might become a welcoming, caring, accessible
community in which we will be able to comfortably age in place.
WHEN: February 9, 6:00-8:00 pm
WHERE: Wilson Middle School Library, 1138 Cardenas SE
Facilitators: Sara Mancini & Vanessa Baca from Council Neighborhood Services / Office of Neighborhood Coordination
Also in attendance: Sean Foran from Councilor Davis’ office, Laura Kuehn from APD’s SE Substation (Crime Prevention/Crime Free Programs), Steve Sink with Neighborhood Watch and Andrew DeGarmo, Planner
6:15-7:00 Discussion Groups
7:00-7:30 Report out of ideas from different tables
DISCUSSION TOPICS/BREAKOUT GROUPS
- Table 1: Neighborhood Watch programs – how can you create and grow a neighborhood watch program for your block?
- Table 2: Addressing home security & safety – what steps can you take to make your house safer?
- Table 3: Addressing business security & safety – what steps can you take to make your business safer?
- Table 4: Neighborhood multimodal security & safety – how can we improve safety for pedestrians, cyclists & bus passengers?