*The Board of Directors now meets the first Tuesdays of most months at 6:30 PM at the Bobby Pearse Community Center. Members are welcome to attend board meetings. Please email email@example.com in case there is a location or time change and to insure we are meeting that month. School Starts Soon! August 18 is […]
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North Main Neighborhood Meeting with North Pointe Developer. Tonight. 6pm. Bobby Pearse Center. Listen, ask questions, comment.
Reminder: The North Main Neighborhood Meeting with the North Pointe developer will be held this Wed evening (July 29) at 6pm at the Bobby Pearse Community Center on Townes Street. The developer has been holding similar meetings with other community associations for the past month to hear concerns and comments from residents, and to answer […]
For those interested, don’t forget about the public hearing regarding the property formerly known as the “Cottages at Townes” to be held tomorrow evening (Monday, March 23) at 6PM at the Bobby Pearse Community Center. The proposed plan includes a total of 8 homes with a road coming off of Townes St. Ext. andrunning between the backs of houses […]
For those who are interested, the developer for the property between W. Hillcrest and W. Mountainview has a new draft proposal that is similar to what the earlier group proposed. The Public Meeting for Application SD15-183 is scheduled for Monday March 23rd at 6:00 pm at the Pearse Community Center. Also, please note that the […]
Approximately 50 people attended the Crime Prevention Meeting Wednesday night. In addition to an informative program, the audience enjoyed some delicious food provided by the Drop-In Store. For those who were not able to attend, I’ve tried to briefly summarize the high points. Our Police Crime Prevention Officer Courtney Palmer presented good information on keeping […]
Reminder: Crime Prevention Meeting and Meet the New Police Chief – This Wednesday evening, November 19, 7pm, at the Bobby Pearce Community Center. Because we seem to have had more than our share of ‘suspicious’ activity in recent weeks, NMCA wants to update residents on what we can do to protect ourselves and our neighborhood, especially with […]