Month: February 2016

  • Adopt-A-Park

    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

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  • D16 Townhall Forum

    Upcoming D16 Townhall Forum Dates 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:…

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  • Adopt-A-Park

    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…

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  • Proposed changes to Bylaws (Updated)

    In order to facilitate voting by email on issues that might arise between regular meetings.The following changes have been proposed by the WBNA Board and approved by the City of Boise.   The following changes were adopted by unanimous vote at the annual member meeting Feb/11/2016.   Change to Article II section 3: Voting                         Section…

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  • Annual Member Meeting

    Feb 11th 7:00 Library at Cole and Ustick Sage Brush Room If you go to one meeting this year make it the Annual meeting of the WBNA Make 2016 the year you get involved. We have invited our newly assigned resource officer Terry Phillips to speak to us about community policing         This…

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  • WBNA 2015 Annual report published.

    Every Year the City of Boise requires a report from each Neighborhood Association The report covers the makeup of the Association including Bylaws, Articles of association, Board members and activities of the association for the year.  Here is a web version of that report. Read the Annual report Here 

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