I hope you can join us for our May meeting
Boise Library! at Cole and Ustick
- Gest Speaker:
Matthew Shapiro of the Boise Commons
- Spaulding Ranch Update
Creation of Public Agency Committee subcommittee on Spaulding Ranch
Review of Application filed by Parks and Rec.
This information made its way to us from the League of Women Voters I thought I would share
We have an Ada County Commissioner candidate forum Wednesday evening, May 11 at the Boise Public Library Auditorium on Capitol Blvd. from 7 to 9 p.m.
All six candidates have agreed to participate. Dr. Jim Weatherby will moderate the forum. We will take written questions from the audience.
We also have the Supreme Court candidates on Idaho Public Television Friday evening the 6th from 8 to 9. It will be available to watch on the Idaho PTV website the next day.
Graffiti, a scourge on our neighborhoods. These images were sent to me and I thought I would share them here. We must come together as a force against tagging. Let’s not let this activity take our our neighborhood.
To accomplish our goal of quick graffiti removal, the City of Boise requests that citizens contact the Boise City Police Department at 377-6790 and file a report as soon as the Graffiti is discovered.
Please take a few minutes to read this information.
If you see graffiti in progress CALL 911
The Boise Commons (http://www.boisecommons.org/) is in the process of surveying neighborhoods from now until at least May 15th All submissions are anonymous and will be submitted to the city to help guide future decision making.
Please take a few minutes and fill out this survey by clicking this link http://tinyurl.com/jlytpwu
The next Shred-It (which coincides with tax season) will be held on Saturday, April 23rd from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm at the Mountain West Bank (The Village) parking lot, corner of Fairview and Eagle Road, Meridian (see attachment).
shred day spring 2016
As the weather heats up it’s time to keep an eye on signal boxes. The vinyl needs warm temperature for the installation. Here is a sneak peek of the Capitol High Box at Goddard and Milwaukee By local artist Danielle Mierzwa
Thank you Volunteers! Mountain View Park is litter free.
4 of us came out in the rain and spent the better part of an hour picking up trash. Great teamwork!
If you missed out we’ll see you next month
March 26th 10:00 AM
You are cordially invited to meet with me and my District 16 colleagues, Representatives Hy Kloc and John McCrostie, at our next Townhall Meeting, where we will be handing out copies of our Creating Opportunity Plan involving over 16 pieces of specific legislation. Here are the details for the meeting:
Tuesday, February 23, 7 p.m.
Library! at Cole and Ustick
7557 W Ustick Rd, Boise, ID 83704
Our previous Town hall meetings were well attended and we enjoyed the lively discussion and excellent questions.
Being good stewards of our public spaces is an important goal for our neighborhood and our Association.
As you probably know
WBNA is excited to have adopted Mt. View Park. We are also proud to the first Boise Neighborhood Association to adopt a park!
Monthly meetups at the park will be 10:00AM on the last Saturday of each month, and should last about 30 minutes. the purpose of these gatherings will be to police for trash and evaluate maintenance needs for the park.
Other events may be planned and scheduled as needed to tackle larger tasks that might require resources from Boise Parks and Recreation.
Next meeting will be:
Mt. View Park
Saturday Feb 27th 10:00 AM