A Sad Note to End February PDF Print E-mail

I am sorry to tell you that a stalwart member of our Neighborhood Association has passed away this week.  Bernice Curtis, who regularly attended our meetings, and who was that familiar face on election day, working the polls, passed away Monday, February 23rd.  We will miss her knowledge of local politics, and her energy in protecting her neighborhood.  Wouldn't it be nice if we could try to get the park around the corner from her house fixed up, and perhaps named for her?


Upcoming Events for EPNA PDF Print E-mail

  City Council member Nick Della Volpe will be our guest at October's meeting, on Tuesday the 21st.  Please plan to attend, and let Mr. Della Volpe know your concerns and hopes for our neighborhood. 

   After Mr. Della Volpe, at 7:40 sharp, our annual officer elections will be held.  Offices open will be President, Vice President and Reporter/Recorder.  Nominations are open, and will be seconded and voted on, according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

  If you're a regular attendee of our meetings, please ask a neighbor to come with you!  And if you've never attended, now is a great time to become involved.  

See you on the 21st!

Maggie Davidson 

Revitalization Strategies for Neighborhoods PDF Print E-mail

Melissa went to the City's meeting about revitalization strategies for neighborhoods held at the Cansler YMCA on June 11. David Massey was the moderator for a panel representing neighborhood projects, contractors, and housing interest groups. Here is a brief summary of the main points.


City of Knoxville Neighborhood Conference PDF Print E-mail

On Saturday, March 7, the City of Knoxville Office of Neighborhoods will host the second Neighborhood Conference.  Many local businesses and government offices will have information booths, there will be many door prizes, and over 30 workshops to attend.

The workshops will focus on ways to improve our neighborhoods, from how to write grants to emergency preparedness.  There will roundtable discussions on safety, a Pecha Kucha style event on how to create a project for one's neighborhood, meet your city council representative, and much more.  Here is the link for the pdf version of the conference's brochure:  http://www.cityofknoxville.org/development/neighborhoods/2015conference.pdf

Please plan to attend!  Registration can be done online at the link to the Office of Neighborhoods on the City of Knoxville's website, or in person the day of the event. 


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