Board Meeting – December 10th, 2018

AGENDA, NOB HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION

December 10, 2018, 6:00 PM
(Note New Time, ½ hour earlier than in the past)

MONTE VISTA CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 3501 CAMPUS DR NE
Small chapel room, just to the right as you enter the main door

CALL TO ORDER

Introductions
Public comment (target, 2 minutes each)
Establish quorum (the board has 11 members)
Approve agenda
Officer’s reports

OLD BUSINESS

– Consent Agenda, (Any director may ask to move any item to new business)
– Minutes of November 12 meeting
– Treasurer’s report
– Special Exception Requests, Zone Changes, Alcohol Hearings, Building Permits
– 123 Girard SE, Request for zone change, Jeanett Martinez
– 3812 Central SE, 6 ft. metal fence between sidewalk and parking area, Gerry Landgraf, board approved letter of support, Nov 8
– 421 Carlisle Blvd SE, Variance of wall height, John Sedillo, board approved letter of opposition but support for lower wall, Nov 8
– 207 Amherst Dr SE, Variance of wall height, Cynthia Sousa Sparks, board approved letter of opposition, Nov 8
– Committee Reports
– Safety
– Lead-Coal Safety Brigade; District 6 Coalition, Cube Storage
– Community Form
– Amherst/Marquette/Purdue
– Newsletter

NEW BUSINESS

– Neighbor Chris Martin is exploring a monthly Nob Hill magazine
– New Special Exception Requests, Zone Changes, Alcohol Hearings, Building Permits; none
– Councilor Pat Davis invites requests from neighborhood associations for funding of studies, projects, and the like. Directors and other neighbors are invited to identify needs to the NHNA board for submission. Examples that have been brought up: landscaping the triangle at Amherst NE and Marquette NE, landscaping the triangle at Silver and Solano, bringing sidewalks up to ADA standards.
– Director’s Announcements (2 minutes please)

ADJOURN

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Board Meeting – November 12th, 2018

AGENDA, NOB HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION

NOVEMBER 12, 2018, 6:30 PM

MONTE VISTA CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 3501 CAMPUS DR NE

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

Neighbors and Guests, please sign in at the front of the room.

CALL TO ORDER

Introductions

Establish quorum, (the board has 11 members)

Approve agenda

Officer’s reports

Public comment (target, 2 minutes each)

 

OLD BUSINESS

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

– Minutes of October 8 meeting

– Minutes of November 1 meeting

– Treasurer’s report

– Newsletter Committee Report

– Special Exception Requests, Zone Changes, Alcohol Hearings, Building Permits

– 342 Washington St NE, Variance to wall height, Lee Rosner, report

– 4101 and 4119 Central Ave NE, Titan Nob Hill LLC, report

– 421 Carlisle Blvd SE, Variance of wall height, John Sedillo

– 123 Girard SE, Request for zone change, Jeanett Martinez

– 207 Amherst Dr SE, Variance to wall height, Cynthia Sousa Sparks

– Safari Grill, Beer and Wine License, hearing was November 9

– Lead-Coal Safety Brigade

– Amherst/Marquette/Purdue ad hoc Committee

NEW BUSINESS

– Special Exception Requests, Zone Changes, Alcohol Hearings, Building Permits

– Building Permit, 3812 Central Ave SE, 6 ft. fence between sidewalk and parking area, Gerry Landgraf

– Establish Committee on Community Form

– Establish Safety Committee

– One Albuquerque Neighborhood Summit

– CNM Community Vision Exercise

– District 6 Coalition

– Possible different night or time for future board meetings

– Director’s Announcements (target, 2 minutes each)

ADJOURN

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2018 Annual Meeting

September 27th,  6:00pm–8:30pm

Monte Vista Christian Church, 3501 Campus Blvd NE

Agenda

Come to find out what the NHNA is about! Tell us what issues you would like the NHNA to focus on going forward! Catch up with old friends, and meet new ones! Light refreshments will be served!

The most important business items on the agenda are voting on amendments to the Bylaws and election of Directors to the Board. See our Bylaws page for more information on the amendments, so you can make an informed choice when you vote.

We seek nominations for candidates for Directors. If you are interested, please send a paragraph describing yourself and why you are interested in being a Director to the Board of Directors (theboard@nobhill-nm.com). Any submissions received through Monday, Sept. 24th will have their names on the ballot and their paragraph will be distributed in print at the Annual Meeting. Nominations from the floor will also be accepted.

The Information Fair will occupy the latter part of the meeting, where you can meet your elected representatives, learn about efforts to improve safety and traffic on Lead and Coal, and find out about water use, trees, urban farming, and recent changes to the zoning code.

We look forward to seeing you!

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Notice of amendments to the NHNA Bylaws

At the Annual Meeting on September 27th, 2018, the NHNA membership will consider amendments to the Bylaws. Please examine the following to understand the changes:

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Architecture Walk is Scheduled

On Saturday, October 20, Nob Hill Neighborhood Association and reDiscover Nob Hill will offer their 10th Annual Architecture Walk.

On Saturday, October 20, your neighborhood association and reDiscover Nob Hill will offer their 10th Annual Architecture Walk. We will explore the genesis of Nob Hill as Albuquerque grew above the sand hills and onto the east mesa in the early 20th century. Owing to a fortunate chain of events most of that early architecture survives, making Nob Hill one of the best preserved early automobile-oriented suburbs in the country.

This walk will offer a rare sampler of four of Nob Hill’s six residential subdivisions along with a spicy serving of the commercial district surrounding the 1947 Nob Hill Shopping Center.

You’ll learn to read historic houses, how to research your own house and how you can perform maintenance or remodeling in a way that preserves Nob Hill’s distinctive historic character and its unique sense of place.

We will meet at 1 pm in front of the 1931 Mediterranean house at 314 Hermosa Dr NE, proceed north through 1926 College View and Monte Vista, walk through 1916 University Heights and 1925 Granada Heights, then back to 314 Hermosa Dr. for a social time.

If you have a house in the area that retains much of its historic character and would like to provide your yard for a reception at the end a future walk please let us know. If you have information or questions about your house we are always interested in hearing from you.

We limit sign ups so all can hear. Make reservations at www.reDiscoverNobHill.com email meyster1@me.com or call 991-1388.

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Ice Cream Social/National Night Out

Please join us for our annual Ice Cream Social for National Night Out! We will have frozen treats from OLO Yogurt and the Coop. Meet local law enforcement and talk to your neighbors!

National Night Out is a community building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships. Locally, National Night Out is sponsored by the Albuquerque Police Department, the Crime Prevention Unit, and the Office of Neighborhood Coordination. From the city website:

Objectives of National Night Out include:

  • Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness;
  • Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime efforts;
  • Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police/community partnerships;
  • Renew old acquaintances and establish new friendships by getting to know your neighbor; and
  • Send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
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Route 66 Summerfest 2018

The annual Route 66 Summerfest will once again take place in Nob Hill on Saturday, July 21 from 3-10 p.m. The event will take place on Central Ave. in between Girard Blvd. and Washington Street.

Route 66 Summerfest has something for everyone. There are three different music stages including national headliners Irma Thomas, the Mother Road Artisan Market, and plenty of fun for the kids at the Kid Zone. In addition to the great restaurants in the Nob Hill area, there will be a variety of food trucks serving up their tasty treats.

Due to the large amount of infrastructure required for this event, we will close a small portion of lanes on Central on Friday, July 20 starting at 7 a.m. The interior lane (bus lanes) in each direction will be closed from Dartmouth to Bryn Mawr. Central between Girard and Washington will be closed at midnight on Saturday, July 21 (Friday night) and will remain closed until approximately 3 a.m. on Sunday, July 22.

Please anticipate a high volume of traffic in the area.

Please find all of the details on this event at the official City website.

Contributed by:
Veronica Archuleta
Events Supervisor
CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, CULTURAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Phone: 505.768.3531 |Email: varchuleta@cabq.gov
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Office Hours: Wednesday & Thursday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.; Friday- Sunday Off site

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