Nob Hill Board Meeting, July 8

AGENDA, NOB HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION BOARD

Monte Vista Christian Church, 3501 Campus Dr NE, Small chapel to the right of the main entrance

Monday, July 8, 2019, 6:00 PM

 

CALL TO ORDER

– Appointment of a director to take minutes

            – Introductions

– Establish quorum (the board has 7 directors; 4 is a quorum)

– Approve agenda

– Officer’s reports

 

PRESENTATIONS: Complete Streets Ordinance Amendment, Shanna Schultz, City Council Planner; Mahesh Sita, American Heart Association

-Report on Nob Hill  Main Street, Kurt Oelsner, President, NHMS

 

CONSENT AGENDA (Any director may ask to move any item to new business)

– Minutes of June 10

– Treasurer’s report of July

– Ratification of email vote to fund PopFizz food truck at outreach event

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

– Complete Streets Ordinance Amendment

– Fill vacant board seat

– Policy on Political Endorsements

– City Council Candidate Forum; Early voting begins Oct 19; Election is Nov.5

– Annual Members’ Meeting Sept 26; invitation list, food and drink

 

NEW BUSINESS

601 Solano NE, Daniel Herbison requests variance to build a wall 8 ft. high in front setback

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

– National Night Out Ice Cream Social, August 6

– Public Safety

– Lead-Coal Safety Brigade

– District 6 Coalition

– Cube Storage Night Lighting Problem

– Community Form

– Amherst/Marquette/Purdue

– Newsletter; All articles should be in. Editing to be finished July 15

– Historic preservation outreach event and architectural walk

 

DIRECTOR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

ADJOURN; next regular meeting August 12

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Nob Hill Board Meeting June 10, Agenda

All are welcome, drop in or out as your schedule permits

Neighbor input encouraged

Monte Vista Christian Church, 3501 Campus Dr NE, small chapel to the right of the main entrance

Monday, June 10, 2019, 6:00 PM

Email or call with questions: theboard@nobhill-nm.com

(505)991-1388

 

CALL TO ORDER

– Appointment of a director to take minutes

Introductions and Neighbor Input

– Establish quorum (the board has 10 directors; 6 is a quorum)

– Approve agenda

– Officer’s reports

 

PRESENTATIONS: none planned

 

CONSENT AGENDA (Any director may ask to move any item to new business)

– Minutes of May 13

– Treasurer’s reports of May 13 and June 10

– Ratify board’s email vote of 7 for, 0 opposed to finalize letter to liquor hearing officer       opposing transfer of liquor license for 7-11 store at 3801 Central NE.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

– Fill board seat vacated by Andy Novat

– Elect Secretary

– Liquor License Request, 3801 Central Ave NE, Seven Eleven Store, transfer of ownership; CABQ Liquor Hearing Officer public hearing on June 7, 9 am, City Hall, 9th floor

– Central Ave Safety Proposal by West Downtown Business Group

-Needles and Trash

-Complete Streets

 

NEW BUSINESS: none planned

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

– National Night Out Ice Cream Social, August 6

– Safety

– Lead-Coal Safety Brigade

– District 6 Coalition

– Cube Storage Night Lighting Problem

– Community Form

– Amherst/Marquette/Purdue

– Newsletter

– Annual Meeting, Sept 26

– Special Committee on Political Endorsements, Early voting begins Oct 19; Election is   Nov.5

– Preservation, Preservation outreach event and architectural walk

 

DIRECTOR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

ADJOURN; next regular meeting July 8

 

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Agenda, board meeting of May 13

AGENDA, NOB HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION BOARD

Monte Vista Christian Church, 3501 Campus Dr NE, Small chapel to the right of the main entrance

Monday, May 13, 2019, 6:00 PM

 

CALL TO ORDER

– Appointment of a director to take minutes

            – Introductions

– Establish quorum (the board has 9 directors; 5 is a quorum)

– Approve agenda

– Officer’s reports

 

PRESENTATIONS: none

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

            – Outreach: Voluntary Zone Conversion and IDO Annual Update

            – National Night Out Ice Cream Social

– Safety

– Lead-Coal Safety Brigade

– District 6 Coalition

– Cube Storage Night Lighting Problem

– Community Form

– Amherst/Marquette/Purdue

– Newsletter; May 25 start date for fall newsletter

– Special Committee on Political Endorsements

 

CONSENT AGENDA (Any director may ask to move any item to new business)

– Minutes of April 8

– Treasurer’s report

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

– Fill board seats vacated by Tandi Hufnagel and Andy Novat

– Election of Secretary

– Liquor License Request, 3801 Central Ave NE, Seven Eleven Store, transfer of ownership; CABQ Liquor Hearing Officer                 will hold a public hearing on June 7, 9 am, City Hall, 9th floor

– Central Ave Safety Proposal by West Downtown Business Group

 

NEW BUSINESS

– Cyprian Devine Perez requests a ZHE variance of 3 ft. to the maximum 3 ft. wall height, front yard and street side yard,                 323 Amherst SE, [Section 14-16-5-7(D)]

Weeds

-Needles and Trash

-Complete Streets

-Possible Committee and Outreach: Historic Preservation

-Could changing monthly meeting of NHNA board create fewer schedule conflicts with city council meetings?

 

DIRECTOR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

ADJOURN; next regular meeting June 10

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Outreach Event: Updates on the IDO from the Planning Department

Yanni’s
3109 Central Ave NE
Monday April 29th, 6:30-8:30pm

Come out to Yanni’s, meet and catch up with your neighbors, and learn something new about your city! Appetizers provided!

Albuquerque adopted a new zoning code in the spring of 2018, through the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO). The zoning code regulates how property owners (including residential and commercial) develop, modify, and use their property.

Carrie Barkhurst of the Albuquerque Planning Department will update us on changes to the IDO, Voluntary Zone Conversions (some property owners have received a postcard regarding this), the Community Planning Area (CPA) process for localized zoning changes, and the Civic Leadership Program. She can also answer any questions you may have.

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AGENDA, NOB HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION BOARD MEETING, MONDAY, APRIL 8

Monte Vista Christian Church, 3501 Campus Dr NE, Small chapel to the right of the main door

Monday, April 8, 2019, 6:00 PM

 

CALL TO ORDER

– Appointment of a director to take minutes

                – Introductions

– Establish quorum (the board has 11 directors; 6 is a quorum)

– Approve agenda

– Officer’s reports

 

PRESENTATION: Deiandra Cole, Operations Manager, Nob Hill Block by Block Ambassadors

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

 – Safety

– Lead-Coal Safety Brigade

– District 6 Coalition

– Cube Storage Night Lighting Problem

– Community Form

– Amherst/Marquette/Purdue

– Newsletter; June 20 start date for fall newsletter

– Special Committee on Political Endorsements

 

CONSENT AGENDA (Any director may ask to move any item to new business)

– Minutes of March 11

– Treasurer’s report

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

– Liquor License Request, 3801 Central Ave NE, Seven Eleven Store, transfer of ownership; CABQ Liquor Hearing Officer has not had the case referred from NM Alcohol and Gaming

– Vision for Nob Hill; adopted by board March 11

– Joint letter with NH Main Street asking for cross walk of Central at Tulane

– ABQ Clean and Green Business (Plastic Bag Ban); Council action: April 15

– Central Ave Safety Proposal by West Downtown Business Group

A Policy for the notice of meetings, for the conduct of meetings, for the formulation of agendas, and for the time, date, and place of the meetings

– Election of Secretary

 

NEW BUSINESS

– Liquor License Request, Pollito and Papas, Restaurant License with Patio Service, Hearing, April 11; request was circulated to the Nob Hill List serve. One response received in support

– 4310 Marquette NE, Groff Lumber requests variance for carport in front setback; 4310 Marquette NE

– Outreach Event: CABQ Follow-up Zoning Postcards regarding Voluntary Downzoning

– La Montanita Co-op Earth Fest; April 20

– National Night Out: August 6

– City Council Election

– Annual Member’s Meeting; Sept 26, 6 pm

 

DIRECTOR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

ADJOURN; next regular meeting May 13

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Nob Hill NA Board Meeting March 11, 2019

AGENDA, NOB HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION

Board Meeting, Monday, March 11, 2019, 6:00 PM

MONTE VISTA CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 3501 CAMPUS DR NE

Small chapel room, to the right as you enter the main door

 

CALL TO ORDER

– Appointment of a director to take minutes

Introductions and public comment

– Establish quorum (the board has 11 directors; 6 is a quorum)

– Approve agenda

– Officer’s reports

 

PRESENTATIONS…none

COMMITTEE REPORTS

 – Safety

– Lead-Coal Safety Brigade

– District 6 Coalition

– Cube Storage Night Lighting Problem

– Community Form

– Newsletter

 

CONSENT AGENDA (Any director may ask to move any item to new business)

– Minutes of February 11

– Treasurer’s report

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

– Amherst/Marquette/Purdue; Board will consider and develop position

– Morningside Park safety improvements; Board will consider and develop position

– Liquor License Request, 111 Hermosa SE, Soo Bak Foods, beer and wine, 300 ft. from a church, CABQ Liquor Hearing Officer hearing is scheduled for March 25; Board will consider and develop position

– Neighborhood Investment; funding sources; Examples: pedestrian crossing of Central Ave, measures on Lead and Coal, landscaping public spaces, traffic calming, improving sidewalks to ADA standards…..suggestions are welcome;  Board will consider and develop position

– ABQ Clean and Green Business (Plastic Bag Ban); Do we wish to endorse? Council action: April 15

A Policy for the notice of meetings, for the conduct of meetings, for the formulation of agendas, and for the time, date, and place of the meetings

– Election of Secretary

 

NEW BUSINESS

– Liquor License Request, 3801 Central Ave NE, 7/11, transfer of ownership; Because CABQ Liquor Hearing Officer hearing is not yet scheduled no action is planned on this item March 11.

– Our Lady of Fatima sign request

– Central Ave Safety Proposal by West Downtown Business Group

– Minutes of Special Board Meeting, Reading and approval

– Appointment and board approval of individuals who have volunteered for Newsletter Committee and Special Committee on Political Endorsements. Refer to bylaws Sec. 6.06

 

DIRECTOR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

ADJOURN; next regular meeting April 8

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Draft Minutes, Special Meeting of NHNA Board, Feb 22, 2019

Quorum established, called to order, 6 PM

*Motion made and passed to go to Closed Session.

 

CLOSED SESSION

Political Endorsements by NHNA

*Motion made and passed to direct NHNA President to establish special committee to develop policy and/or by-law on the issue.

 

Legal Fee Dispute Between NHNA and Steven Tal Young

*Motion made and passed directing board member(s) to explore appealing Disciplinary Board of NM Supreme Court decision regarding complaint filed by NHNA.

 

ADJOURNED 8 PM

 

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Association Board Meeting Monday February 11

All are welcome Monday evening.

Share your interests or concerns during public comment and share your ideas throughout.

¡Viva Nob Hill! Gary Eyster, President

AGENDA, NOB HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION

Monday, February 11, 2019, 6:00 PM

MONTE VISTA CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 3501 CAMPUS DR NE

Small chapel room, just to the right as you enter the main door

 

CALL TO ORDER

– Appointment of a director to take minutes

Introductions and public comment

– Establish quorum (the board has 10 members)

– Approve agenda

– Officer’s reports

 

PRESENTATIONS

-Dave Simon, Director, CABQ Parks and Rec: Outline for Morningside Park

 

OLD BUSINESS

– Consent Agenda, (Any director may ask to move any item to new business)

– Minutes of January 8

– Treasurer’s report

– Board of Directors seat vacated by Maria Munguia: Not aware of any interest yet

– Community Form: no old business

– In February Councilor Pat Davis will invite requests from neighborhood associations for studies and construction funding. Examples include: landscaping places like the triangle at Silver and Solano, improving sidewalks to ADA standards, pedestrian crossing of Central Ave…..suggestions are welcome

– Coming Solid Waste Transfer Station: We have written Councilor Davis saying we prefer Airport site over Milne Stadium site because  Milne site has value for UNM/CNM uses and will create garbage truck traffic on Lead and Coal.

 

NEW BUSINESS

– Community Form: Bosque Brewing Co, 106 Girard SE, administrative change of liquor license; NHNA sent the announcement to the listserve and received back 4 indications of support and 0 concerns; Tent on top of Imbibe: Residents ask that permits be checked.

– University Heights Association letter to Mayor regarding ART: Do we wish to endorse or write our own?

– Plastic bag ban in City Council: Do we wish to endorse?

A Policy for the notice of meetings, for the conduct of meetings, for the formulation of agendas, and for the time, date, and place of the meetings

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

– Safety

– Lead-Coal Safety Brigade

– District 6 Coalition

– Cube Storage Night Lighting Problem

– Community Form

– Amherst/Marquette/Purdue

– Newsletter

 

DIRECTOR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

ADJOURN

 

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