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Southside Neighborhood Association

Presidential Partnership

SNAPP
Meeting Notice

Thursday, February 18, 2010

6:00 PM
@

Santa Cruz Police Substation


4410 S. Park Avenue

If you have any questions or concerns please email


Sandra Fimbres @ 256-4301 or saxica@aol.com
If you cannot attend, please send a representative!!
All your Neighborhood Assn. officers are invited!

DONATE your aluminum cans to SNAPP!


Funds will be used for SNAPP activities.
PLEASE BRING YOUR CANS TO THE MEETING!
Thanks for your help!

REMINDER TO NEIGHBORHOODS: Please bring your SNAPP


Notebook!

PLEASE SEE AGENDA ON REVERSE SIDE!


Southside Neighborhood Association
Presidential Partnership
Agenda

February 18, 2010

Sandra Fimbres, Chair


Bravo Park Lane Neighborhood Association

6:00 - 7:30 PM

1) Call to order, set quorum, and recap January meeting (see minutes) (1 min.)

2) Introductions – Neighborhood Round Table- (3 min. ea NA)


This is an important opportunity for us to share ideas and discuss
problems that bridge several neighborhood associations. (30 min. total)
Be prepared to highlight your Neighborhood’s top 3 concerns/issues.

3) Updates:
a. TPD Reports – Q & A (5 min.)
b. Liquor License - Walgreen’s, Office Bar, Mariscos Chihuahua, Circle K (5 min.)
Club Turbulence
c. AZ Legislative – HB 2552—bill allowing liquor to be sold @ 6 AM on Sun.(1 min.)
d. Treasurer’s Report (1 min.)

4) Old Business continued:


a. By-Law Changes (15 min.)
b. SNAPP Organization Goals/Action/Objectives – 2010 (10 min.)
c. SNAPP Contact List (2 min.)
d. Create a website
(1 min.)

5) New Business –
a. Section 8 presentation (10 min.)
b. Rezoning for new prison
(1 min)
b. Special thanks to Sgt. Deconcini
(5 min.)

6) Meeting for March 18, 2010 – Set Agenda - Chair (2 min.)

7) Door prize & Adjournment (1 min.)


SNAPP Community Vision: Neighborhood Associations
Meeting will start and end on time!
working together to build stronger voices and communities of
residents that feel empowered to take necessary action steps to
lobby for needed changes in the southside community. These
neighborhoods work together to become safe involved, and
supportive of each other by sharing ideas, information,
problems, history, expertise and resources available to all. The
SNAPP community provides the energy, leadership, organization