Apr 24 2014 - 7:00pm
Apr 24 2014 - 9:00pm
Topics to Include;
What is happening at Alameda Station?
Navigating around the construction detours at Alameda Station is sure to raise the question “What is going on at Alameda Station?” Tra?c lanes on Broadway have blocked and the heavy construction equipment is the fascination of all young children. Parts of buildings have disappeared. Internal Alameda Station streets and safety fences shift around like the staircases in a Harry Potter movie.
Dumpster Removal: How/what can neighbors do to influence Denver government actions.
Councilman Chris Nevitt will be on hand to discuss neighborhood involvement in City decisions. He will discuss and answer questions about how residents can most efectively engage with the City to influence decisions that afect our lives.
DIRECTIONS TO DENVER DESIGN CENTER: 595 S. BROADWAY.
PDF version of Newsletter for April - June, 2012
Attached is the WWPNA newsletter for April - June, 2011.
Apr 20 2011 - 7:00pm
Apr 20 2011 - 9:00pm
The annual General Meeting of WWPNA will be held on April 20th. Our annual meeting will follow our regular format; an update of goings on in the neighborhood, a topic of interest, and election of Board members.
Are you interested in being on the Board? 6 of our 12 positions are up for election. Terms serve two years. Please contact Charlie Busch to inquire or express interest at 303-722-6220 and email@example.com.
The topic this year will be the pending Farm Producing Animals ordinance. We will have a panel and City employees will be available for questions.
Please note: This is the West Washington Park annual meeting for residents and property owners of West Washington Park. It is not intended to be a City wide meeting.
Meeting will be held at the Christian Indian Center, 501 South Pearl. We are expecting a crowd, so please be early if you can.
WWPNA's annual meeting will be on April 28th, starting at 6:30PM, held in the Lincoln Grade School cafeteria.
HOW TO THROW A BLOCK PARTY - Have you ever wanted to have a Block Party on your block, but didn't know how to get started? We've assembled a "How To" for you - come and find out how easy it can be!
LINCOLN SCHOOL - Interested in Educational Reform and the Pursuit of Excellence? Diane Smith, Principal, will speak on "Lincoln Elementary – How it became a High-Achieving School and Tripled Its Student Population in Four Years"
Please join us and help make your neighborhood a community!
If you would like to run for a Board position, please contact Jim Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.