September 15, 2018 The Alley between the back of Girard and Vassar needs regrading and resurfacing. We will ask UNM realEstate office if they can organize this.
Book boxes & R.E.D. garden
October 2017 Two red book boxes have been installed by the LOBOS garden in the RED garden! One for books and one for seed exchange!
For information and updates on the garden go to: Lobos Gardens on Facebook
New office of COORDINATION
October 2017 A new OFFICE OF NEIGHBORHOOD COORDINATION (ONC) has been established within the city agencies. The Board members missed a ‘meet and greet’ in September (as they did the District 6 neighborhood coalition pot luck). The newly formed group, send regular newsletters to our CNA email account, which will be forwarded to our members as and when CONTACT: Sara Mancini, - Saramancini@cabq.gov AND Vanessa Baca, - Vanessabaca@cabq.gov NOTE: We are also part of the District 6 neighborhood coalition: CONTACT: Nancy Bearce, - firstname.lastname@example.org
October 2017 If anyone would like to hear a presentation about A.R.T. construction's completion date and other important ART-related information. Please contact: Julianna Amstadt email@example.com Also there will be two chances to get a sneak peak of the ART bus at Ciclovia (October 22nd, from10-3) and at the Railyards Market (October 29th, from 10-2). ART Hotline: 505-398-4ART
October 2017 We missed signing up for the “Keep Albuquerque Beautiful’s Annual Community Clean-Up” this year to have a community Cleaning theAlley Day. Keep Albuquerque Beautiful will provide bags and gloves as well as arrange to have our bags of trash picked up at no extra charge. We believe this in an annual event and the board members will be sure to look out for the email and sign up for next year. In the meantime we can still arrange our own clean-up. We will send a poll out to find the best dates.
September 2015:: The UNM RED office have agreed to repair and make good the sidewalks on Vassar Drive.
PARKING PERMITS ON VASSAR DRIVE:
September 2015: Should CNA members have to pay for parking permits? Do City residents have to pay for their parking permits? November 2017: If you are planning to have a party or a large number of visitors to your property that will require parking on the street, request a "no cite" approval from the Event Planning at UNM Parking and Transportation Services. Let them know the dates and times of your event ahead of time, requesting confirmation of the approval and none or your guests will get tickets. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your guests ever do get a ticket, they can appeal to UNM parking, stating they were visiting you. Parking are amenable in these matters and the fines are usually excused. The same applies to service /delivery/contractors vehicles.
GIRARD CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS:
Over the last year, City Councilors Isaac Benton and Pat Davis have worked with the City’s Department of Municipal Development and an engineering consulting firm to produce detailed striping diagrams based on the Master Plan’s concepts, including bike lanes and “sharrow” markings for the entire roadway and sidewalk improvements for the segment between Central Ave. and Lomas Blvd. Implementation of the new striping is expected to occur in late Spring of 2017.
Girard Blvd. Complete Streets Master Plan project
To view the City's proposals: Go the City of Albuquerque website: www.cabq.gov
·A new Physics Building at Yale & Lomas. (existing building by John Gaw Meem?) ·Johnson Gymnasium to be replaced ·Planned hospital expansion westwards ·Development of open space, south of Gibson. See LoBo development corp: http://lobodevelopment.org/
CDAC Campus Development Advisory Committee Meet Monthly: 3rd Thursday in month 2:00 - 4:00PM Contact: Aaron Begay: email@example.com Where: Usually Scholes Hall, upstairs west side (map) could also been at planning, NW corner Yale & Lomas