All the News that Fits September 2021

Hello neighbors, a lot going on in Austin. We try to inform folks of events impacting the ‘hood. We also try and update events/happenings from our neighbors.
Missing something, let us know. Thanks

Dog Days of Summer

Technically the dog days refer to Sirius, the brightest star in the constellation Canis Major, which means “big dog” in Latin and is said to represent one of Orion’s hunting dogs.
Dog Days: the 40 days beginning July 3 and ending August 11, coinciding with the heliacal (at sunrise) rising of the Dog Star.
But for many Texans the “dog days,” evoke those summer days that are so devastatingly hot that even dogs would lie around on the asphalt, panting and hits hardest in August, but can run from June to September if real unlucky!
For some, fall starts on September 22, in Texas we just hope the carved pumpkins don’t collapse after 2 days

BCNA General Association Meeting.
Tuesday Sep 14, 2021 06:45 PM
Agenda
6:45- Meeting Convenes and Introductions
6:55- June 8 General Association Minutes vote
7:00- “Bouldin’s Back Baby” Party Expenses (BCNA Treasurer)
7:05- Site Overview (Zoning Committee)
7:15- Copeland Properties Presentation (Storybuilt)
7:30- Entitlements Overview (Zoning Committee)
7:40- Q and A (all participants)
8:45- Adjourn
You are invited to the scheduled Zoom meeting
To join Zoom Meeting
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/8306733796
Meeting ID: 830 673 3796

Hot off the press is the September-November 2021 Edition of the Bouldin Bulletin.
The same good stuff you might have read while drinking a cup of coffee —but in digital form.
Thanks to Denise Zucco, Publisher, Ronnie Dittmar, editor, and Rob Clayton our web admin., for bringing us into a new world of digital publishing – a potentially more mobile-friendly, color version of the Bouldin Bulletin,
Also thanks to Sector Reps organizing the delivery volunteers and of course, thanks to the folks walking the neighborhood to deliver 2600 issues to our residents.
Plus a thanks to John Shobe our retired, long time Publisher!
Web version of September-November 2021Edition of Bouldin Bulletin HERE:
https://www.bouldincreek.org/association/bulletin/
Note that Bulletin will be published on a quarterly basis to match General Association Meetings.

A couple of News items courtesy of Austin Chronicle 2021-09-10/headlines
Elections upcoming
Did Someone Say Ballot? The deadline to register to vote in the city’s Nov. 2 special election is October 4. Not sure if you’re registered? Check votetravis.com. Travis County voters can find registration info at
tax-office.traviscountytx.gov/voters/registration. Update your info if you’ve moved within Travis County or changed your name since the last time you registered to vote at txapps.texas.gov/tolapp/sos/SOSACManager

A Reimagined ATX: Austin’s Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission was presented with the first draft map of the redrawn City Council districts. Created by mapping expert George Korbel, the draft uses the current Council map, approved in 2013, as a proposed base, rather than starting from a completely new map.
More Information and maps HERE
https://www.austintexas.gov/content/independent-citizens-redistricting-commission

Labor Day weekend
Time to take a little time from labor and have some fun. Just stay safe and hydrated.
Note: Don’t Drink & Drive….or derive.
The Austin Police Department will be conducting a No Refusal Initiative that will coincide with the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend. This initiative will be in effect from September 2 through September 6 and will be operational from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night. More information HERE


A little editor prerogative here:
The Austin Chronicle celebrates its 40th anniversary so including a link HERE https://www.austinchronicle.com/chronicle-40th

Pools and Summer’s End … Beginning this weekend Austin’s Parks and Recreation Department will close select city pools as the summer season comes to a close.
All splash pads managed by the city will be closed on Sept. 27.
Meanwhile, Deep Eddy, Barton Springs, Big Stacy, Bartholomew, and Springwoods pools remain open.
Due to lifeguard availability:
Closed for the season end of day Sunday, September 5:
*Civitan Pool
*Dottie Jordan Pool
*West Austin Pool
Closed for the season end of day Monday, September 6:
*Garrison Pool
*Mabel Davis Pool
*Walnut Creek Pool

News from the City of Austin:
West Nile Virus information from City of Austin
http://www.austintexas.gov/news/austin-public-health-reports-positive-west-nile-virus-mosquito-pools-travis-county

Downtown Austin Community Court (DACC) operations reopens in One Texas Center (OTC), 505 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX 78704.
http://www.austintexas.gov/news/downtown-austin-community-court-reopens-one-texas-center

Proposed Orange Line information
https://www.capmetro.org/project-connect/system-plan/orange-line

More information in last month’s blog from Thom Parker.

Just a note: Hook ‘Em Guardians: The University of Texas at Austin and UT-El Paso have signed agreements with the U.S. Space Force to provide advanced research and workforce development for the newest branch of the U.S. armed services

EVENTS DOWN THE HILL
Whether you’re interested in avoiding traffic, parking issues, or strolling to a good time, here are the websites to discover the goings-on of which to be aware:
LONG CENTER
http://thelongcenter.org/events/
PALMER AUDITORIUM
https://www.palmereventscenter.com/events/

Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association
Meeting Schedules:

(Meetings may resume at The High Road on Dawson.
More information as available.)
General Association:
2nd Tuesday every 3rd month, 6:45 pm on Zoom
2021 Dates: March 9, June 8, September
14, December 14.
(For Zoom watch the BCNAForum@groups.io
and Bouldincreek.org

Steering Committee:
1st Monday of each month, subject to change
for Holidays, etc. (same time/place as General
Association meetings)
Zoning Committee:
2nd Monday of each month, subject to change
for Holidays, etc. (same time/place as General
Association meetings).

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All the News that Fits August 2021

Hello neighbors, a lot going on in Austin. We try to inform folks of events impacting the ‘hood. We also try and update events/happenings from our neighbors.
Missing something, let us know. Thanks

Dog Days of Summer

Technically the dog days refer to Sirius, the brightest star in the constellation Canis Major, which means “big dog” in Latin and is said to represent one of Orion’s hunting dogs.
Dog Days: the 40 days beginning July 3 and ending August 11, coinciding with the heliacal (at sunrise) rising of the Dog Star,
But for many Texans the “dog days,” evoke those summer days that are so devastatingly hot that even dogs would lie around on the asphalt, panting and hits hardest in August, but can run from June to September if real unlucky!
Just hope the carved pumpkins don’t collapse after 2 days.

Some outdoor fun!

BCNA Parks Committee update
Ingrid Weigand via groups.io
Sat, Aug 7 to BCNAForum
Creek Cleaning This Morning
10+ neighbors met this morning to do give the West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt some long-overdue attention. We worked for about 2 hours and collected close to 30 bags of trash – some remnants from abandoned camps, but mainly the usual obnoxious litter that comes with rain and high water:
plastic bags, styrofoam, soda and beer cans, food containers.
Many thanks to:
Diane and son Corey
Jennifer
Laura
Matt
Ronnie
Ryan and Andy
Thom
and Isabel who comes all the way from Seattle (via College Station) to help.
And an especially big Thank You to Ronnie and Thom who got there at 7:30 am to do a temporary repair of the rock hop so we could all cross without getting our feet wet.
The greenbelt might not be absolutely clean, but it looks so much better now!
Go check it out and whenever you walk there, please bring a small trash bag along and pick up what you can.
Ingrid Weigand
BCNA Parks Committee
512-663-4632
PHOTOS
WBCGB-temporary-crossing
WBCGB-Trash-cleanup

Greenbelt Mini-Clean Up, Saturday, Aug 7, 9 am
Neighbors,
Thank you to everyone who responded and thanks, Ronnie, for the creek crossing reconnaissance.
Let’s meet next Saturday August 7 at 9 am at the South 6th Street entrance. Please be sure to bring gloves and do wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts. You can avoid most of the poison ivy if you stay close to the creek banks or in the creek, but it is best to be prepared.
I’ll bring trash bags and we can disperse to work in small groups.
It would be good to have an approximate head count, so please let me know if you plant to attend. We can get a lot done in 60-90 minutes, before it really gets hot.
Thanks,
Ingrid Weigand
BCNA Parks Committee
512-663-4632

Green Classroom History
Ingrid Weigand via groups.io Mon, Aug 9 to BCNAForum
In the early 90s, my husband, George, met Carla Marshall at a Master Compost Class offered by the City of Austin. The class was free, but everyone was asked to donate several hours of their time (2 or 4 – I forgot…) to a gardening or environmental cause. When Carla learned that George (and I) were doing videos, she asked whether he could “work off” his hours at a project she was just starting, the Green Classroom at Becker Elementary. Those couple of hours turned into a 2-year commitment and resulted in The Children’s Compost Connection, an 11 minute video that Carla used for outreach.
I just transferred it to a digital format for the Green Classroom’s archives: https://vimeo.com/584977492
It would be great to know if anyone of you who were around at that time recognizes one of the kids. I am especially eager to learn what became of our narrator, Matthew Tijerina, who was 7 at the time. He and his twin sister lived with their grandmother somewhere close to Becker.
Bill Oliver provided the music – oh, we were all so young ….
Ingrid
on Gibson


Covid-19-Delta Info:
We are at stage 5, y’all know what to do! Stay safe and healthy.
Austin Texas.gov/news HERE

Austin Regional Clinic info HERE

BCNA Residents
Please see the attached link regarding the planned light rail (Orange Line). This is the line that will travel North to South and South to North. We can expect a significant impact to the SoCo corridor. How this will impact the proposed (PTMD) Parking and Traffic Management District is unknown at this time. The file provides information regarding proposed stations along the Orange Line.

Orange Line Proposed Route and Stations HERE
For information regarding Project Connect and all proposed light rail lines see attached link: HERE
South Congress Parking Strategy info HERE
Thom Parker traffic@bouldincreek.org

EVENTS DOWN THE HILL
Whether you’re interested in avoiding traffic, parking issues, or strolling to a good time, here are the websites to discover the goings-on of which to be aware:
LONG CENTER
http://thelongcenter.org/events/
PALMER AUDITORIUM
https://www.palmereventscenter.com/events/

Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association
Meeting Schedules:
Meetings may resume at The High Road on Dawson.
More information as available.
General Association:
2nd Tuesday every 3rd month, 6:45 pm on Zoom
2021 Dates: March 9, June 8, September
14, December 14.
(For Zoom watch the BCNAForum@groups.io
and Bouldincreek.org
Steering Committee:
1st Monday of each month, subject to change
for Holidays, etc. (same time/place as General
Association meetings)
Zoning Committee:
2nd Monday of each month, subject to change
for Holidays, etc. (same time/place as General
Association meetings).

BCNA FORUM LISTSERV
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All the News that Fits July 2021

Hello neighbors, a lot going on in Austin. We try to inform folks of events impacting the ‘hood. We also try and update events/happenings from our neighbors.
Missing something, let us know. Thanks

Bouldin’s Back Baby Party Wrap-up
A great neighborhood gathering and party. A chance to catch up with neighbors not seen in a year or so and meet new neighbors. A lot of folks to thank for their time, energy and donations.
Also a big thank you to the folks at El Mercado South-Tony Villagas, owner, Eddie Mandujano, Manager, and the staff taking good care of the crowd.
Follow up party at 1417.

Bouldin’s Back Baby Party Thank You
Thank you to everyone who made this event possible! We had over 100 neighbors attend and so much help from the community, sponsors and local businesses.
Check out the photo’s taken at https://scrug.gs/blog/bouldins-back-baby/

Organization of the event: Aaron & Julianna Scruggs, Denise Zucco, Thom Parker, Rebecca Harrel
Hand-delivery of flyers: Rebecca Harrel and sector reps
Raffle Donation Acquisition: Rebecca Harrell, Ross Wilson, Jeff Seiden
Execution of the Event: Aaron & Julianna Scruggs, Denise Zucco, Rebecca Harrel, Ross & Kathy Wilson, Jeff Seiden, Cynthia Schiebel, Ronnie Dittmar, Matt Coldwell, Ingrid Weigand, Paul Strange, Gary Hyatt, Nora Levesque
• Activities:
o Heidi at Creativeballoonentertainment.com
o Rhonda McGaughey with Becker Green Classroom
o Ashley Kimbell with Becker PTA
o Angelica Johnson & Michelle Beebower with Twin Oaks Library
o Photographer Sarah Chui at sarahchiu.com
Entertainment:
o The Purple Section band members: Jim Middleton, Shana Norton, Stuart Hampton, Bobby Trimble, Ronnie Dittmar
o The Colin Clark Band members: Colin Clark, Bobby Trimble, Bob Hoffnar, Ronnie Dittmar
Event Spaces
o El Mercado- Tony Villegas (owner), Eddie Mandujano (S.1st Manager) and staff
o 1417- Victoria Carvalho and the staff
•Sponsors & Donations

BCNAJennifer Frey FitnessThe Colin Clark BandKatie Kime
Thom ParkerTandem Speech TherapySara ClarkWord of Mouth Bakery
Aaron & Julianna ScruggsJoey TravinoTownlake YMCASoup Peddler
BCNAinKindEl MercadoDolce Neve Gelato
Ronnie Dittmar1417June’s All DayHopdoddy
Twin Oaks LibraryThe Purple Section BandNeighborhood SushiLa Patisserie
Cynthia SchiebelOnce OverBecker Green ClassroomLucy’s

“Bouldin’s Back Baby” Neighborhood Party Sunday, July 11th

Please join us at El Mercado this Sunday, July 11th from 3-6pm for a neighborhood party hosted by BCNA! Then, come to the after-party at 1417‘s back patio starting at 6PM. The event is free to Bouldinites. Just RSVP here or here https://bit.ly/3gloyAB. Then, sign-in at the Backstage with your Bouldin address upon arrival. 

Also, a special thank you to the many volunteers who are making this event possible!

3PM – 6PM @ El Mercado Backstage & Back Patio
– Venue sponsored by El Mercado & BCNA
The Colin Clark Band and the Purple Section performing Live!
– Sponsored by BCNA, Ronnie Dittmar & the bands themselves.

Free appetizers
– Sponsored by BCNA, Joey Travino, Tandem Speech Therapy & BCNA member donations
Free drinks, including two adult-beverage tickets
– Sponsored by Aaron & Julianna Scruggs

Outdoor playground & kids crafts
– Sponsored by BCNA & Twin Oaks Library
Community group info. & sign-up:
– BCNA
– BCNA Parks Committee
– Twin Oaks Library
– Becker Elementary PTA
– Becker Green Classroom
– Downtown YMCA

3PM – 5PM
Balloon animals & face painting
– Sponsored by Aaron & Julianna Scruggs

3:30PM – 5:30PM
Raffle with amazing prizes donated by:
Katie Kime, Word of Mouth Bakery, Soup Peddler, Dolce Neve Gelato, Hopdoddy, La Patisserie, Lucy’s, Once Over, Cynthia Schiebel, June’s All Day, Neighborhood Sushi, Becker Green Classroom, Jennifer Frey Fitness & inKind

6PM @ 1417 restaurant
Complimentary hors d’oeuvres & drinks- Sponsored by 1417

Sponsorships are now closed for this event but we are still welcoming BCNA donations – thank you! If you have questions, please connect via email, phone or text: hello@scrug.gs (512) 947-9757
Can’t wait to see y’all there!
Julianna Scruggs 
Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty 
(512) 947-9757
https://scrug.gs

BCNA Steering Committee: July 13, 2021
Agenda
6:45 – Convene Meeting
6:50 – Vote on June 1 SC Meeting Minutes
6:55 – Zilker Park Vision Plan (Ingrid and Thom)
7:00 – Donation for Becker Elementary Banner ( Matt )
7:05 – ZC Update and vote on new members
7:15 – Copeland Properties Presentation incl. Q & A (Jarred Corbell – Storybuilt)
8:00 – Discussion and next steps (Zoning Committee)
8:45 – Adjourn

Join Austin’s largest Independence Day celebration on July 4, 2021 at Auditorium Shores and the Long Center.
The Austin Symphony H-E-B July 4th Concert & Fireworks includes patriotic music by the Austin Symphony with a grand finale fireworks display over Lady Bird Lake. Witness the action from the Long Center or from the South First Street Bridge. Get there early and leave the chairs at home – this is a popular spot. Other bridge viewing options: Congress Bridge and Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge.
Austin Symphony H-E-B July 4th Concert & Fireworks
https://my.austinsymphony.org/july42021

Parking Update
4th of July, Bouldin gathering and barricades
From Thom Parker Traffic@bouldincreek.org
Sunday July 4th Austin Symphony and Fireworks Show sponsored by HEB
Vic Mathias Shores 8:00 PM
The July 4th HEB Austin Symphony Concert and Fireworks Show is the first of two announced Special Events requiring barricades to enter neighborhood. Barricades will be placed at the Northern entries from Barton Springs at Bouldin Ave. and Dawson and on W. Gibson at Christopher, Bouldin Ave. and South 5th St.
Residents living within the Orange and Pink Sectors located between Barton Springs on the North and Gibson St. on the South will receive 2- Bouldin 2021 Access Pass for each household within these two sectors.
Further Notice
Officers,
Please see the attached letter from Austin Police Department re: manned barricades for July 4th. I will send this on to membership. This almost defeats the value of barricades. Since most persons will arrive for the show after 5:00 pm. I smell some posturing here by APD although I know that APD is undermanned. It should be noted that the letter also went to PARD and Special Events staff. I’m not sure if PARD or the ACE offices will have any answers for us. Thom Parker
Mr. Parker,
I wanted to inform you that on July 4th we have officers scheduled to work the Bouldin closure from 12noon until 11pm. However, due to staffing levels this year, at 5pm I will need to pull those officers off the Bouldin closure and place them in more critical positions around the event. The barricades will remain in place, and the officers will be there from 12noon until 5pm. The only difference is at 5pm they will leave to more critical positions that need to be covered to make the event safe.
Please feel free to reach out to me directly if you have any questions. 737-228-9671.
Regards,
Mike
Mike Jones
Sergeant – Special Events Unit/Sound Enforcement Unit/Emergency Management Unit Austin Police Department

EVENTS DOWN THE HILL
Whether you’re interested in avoiding traffic, parking issues, or strolling to a good time, here are the websites to discover the goings-on of which to be aware:
LONG CENTER
http://thelongcenter.org/events/
PALMER AUDITORIUM
https://www.palmereventscenter.com/events/

Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association
Meeting Schedules:

Meetings may resume at The High Road on Dawson.
More information as available.
General Association:
2nd Tuesday every 3rd month, 6:45 pm on Zoom
2021 Dates: March 9, June 8, September
14, December 14.
(For Zoom watch the BCNAForum@groups.io
and Bouldincreek.org
Steering Committee:
1st Monday of each month, subject to change
for Holidays, etc. (same time/place as General
Association meetings)
Zoning Committee:
2nd Monday of each month, subject to change
for Holidays, etc. (same time/place as General
Association meetings).

BCNA FORUM LISTSERV
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All the News that Fits June 2021

Hello neighbors, a lot going on in Austin. We try to inform folks of events impacting the ‘hood. We also try and update events/happenings from our neighbors.
Missing something, let us know. Thanks

EVENTS:
The BOULDIN ART WALK June 12 11AM-6PM
Announcing the first ever Bouldin Art Walk, to be held Saturday, June 12 from 11:00am-6:00pm
The pandemic has marooned most of Bouldin’s Artists and artisans, but nonetheless we have continued to create art during the lock-down. Now we want to show the world what we’ve been up to during the past year.
For more information and to see the artists who are participating go to our FB page Bouldin Art Walk.
We are all so excited to be putting on this show and hope to see lots of our neighbors checking out the talented artists of the Bouldin neighborhood and taking home some lovely pieces!!!
The map is attached and is also on the FB page.
Map and more information HERE

Republic of Texas Motorcycle Rally – June 10th through 13th is now being held at Circuit of The Americas.
https://www.republicoftexasmotorcyclerally.com/

Preservation Austin 2021 Virtual Homes Tour Thursday June 17, 2021
Rogers-Washington-Holy Cross: Black History, Living Heritage
Film premieres at 7pm, followed by a Live Q&A via zoom
More information HERE:
Last years Zoom tour was first class for a bunch of first timers and some really cool old Austin homes-worth the watch!

Notice of Event and Healthy Streets Program
From Thom Parker Traffic@bouldincreek.org
Sunday July 4th Austin Symphony and Fireworks Show sponsored by HEB
Vic Mathias Shores 8:00 PM

The July 4th HEB Austin Symphony Concert and Fireworks Show is the first of two announced Special Events requiring barricades to enter neighborhood. Barricades will be placed at the Northern entries from Barton Springs at Bouldin Ave. and Dawson and on W. Gibson at Christopher, Bouldin Ave. and South 5th St.
At this time the only other announced event requiring barricades is Austin City Limits scheduled for the weekends of October 1st – 3rd and 8th – 10th. Traffic for the ACL weekends promises to be extremely heavy anywhere near Zilker park.
Residents living within the Orange and Pink Sectors located between Barton Springs on the North and Gibson St. on the South will receive 2- Bouldin 2021 Access Pass for each household within these two sectors. Delivery of passes will begin the week of June 14th. These passes allow residents to pass staffed barricades to get to their home.


Healthy Streets Program – Bouldin Creek Neighborhood
The Healthy Streets initiative located on Bouldin Ave and South 3rd Streets in the Bouldin Creek Neighborhood is funded through September 2021. It is unknown what will happen after September. Throughout the pandemic neighborhood residents have expressed an appreciation for the Healthy Streets program on Bouldin and South 3rd. Streets. Updates on the program can be found at https://www.austintexas.gov/HealthyStreets

Hot off the press is the June-August 2021 Edition of Bouldin Bulletin.
The same good stuff you might have read while drinking a cup of coffee —but in digital form.
Thanks to Matt Coldwell, our temporary Publisher, Ronnie Dittmar, editor, and Rob Clayton our web admin., for bringing us into a new world of digital publishing – a potentially more mobile-friendly, color, version of the Bouldin Bulletin,
Also thanks to Sector Reps organizing the delivery volunteers and of course, thanks to the folks walking the neighborhood to deliver 2600 issues to our residents.
Plus a thanks to John Shobe our retired, long time Publisher!
Note that Bulletin will be published on a quarterly basis to match General Association Meetings.
Note: Meeting Minutes and the Bouldin Bulletins now available on website at ASSOCIATION/BULLETINANDMINUTES
(Tap Name to rearrange dates)

South Lamar Boulevard Corridor Construction
Neighbors,
Please see below and consider participating in the survey. Among others, it asks for input on plans to improve the intersection of Mary and S. Lamar.
Thank you,
Ingrid Weigand
BCNA Parks Committee
512-663-4632
Mobility Bond Funded Projects and Outreach
Your input is needed on place-making elements
for the South Lamar Boulevard corridor.
Information HERE:
More information HERE:
Note: Corridor Program Office corridors@austintexas.gov


The SoCo Parking Study
The SoCo Parking Study is not presently top of
mind for the Transportation Department as they focus
on Project Connect. They will reengage in late Summer
or early Fall. In the interim, the Steering Committee has
encouraged everybody to participate in the survey and
we will have this as an agenda item on our June 8 virtual
General Association Meeting. We need a lot of questions
answered but we do want to get a sense of where the
neighborhood stands. IMPORTANT that you provide feedback at the below feedback link ASAP.
Parking Strategy Link
https://downtownaustin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/SoCoParkingStrategy_DraftRecommendations.pdf
Feedback Survey Link
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MTQNBK7

EVENTS DOWN THE HILL
Whether you’re interested in avoiding traffic, parking issues, or strolling to a good time, here are the websites to discover the goings-on of which to be aware:
LONG CENTER
http://thelongcenter.org/events/
PALMER AUDITORIUM
https://www.palmereventscenter.com/events/

Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association
Meeting Schedules:

General Association:
2nd Tuesday every 3rd month, 6:45 pm on Zoom
2021 Dates: March 9, June 8, September
14, December 14.
(For Zoom watch the BCNAForum@groups.io
and Bouldincreek.org
Steering Committee:
1st Monday of each month, subject to change
for Holidays, etc. (same time/place as General
Association meetings)
Zoning Committee:
2nd Monday of each month, subject to change
for Holidays, etc. (same time/place as General
Association meetings).

BCNA FORUM LISTSERV
To Subscribe, please go to:
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BCNA General Association Meeting

BCNA General Association Meeting
June 8 beginning at 6:45 pm
Meeting will be held via Zoom.
Please attend this important meeting as we are seeking input on the SoCo Parking Study and Protecting E. Bouldin Creek.
The zoom meeting link is listed below
Agenda
6:45 – Meeting Convenes and Introductions.
6:50 – March 9 General Association Minutes vote.
7:00 – Protecting E. Bouldin Creek (Matt Hollon – Division Manager Planning, Andrea Bates – Associate, Liz Johnston – Deputy Environmental Officer. All with Watershed Protection Department)
7:40 – SoCo Parking Study Discussion (Thom Parker VP External Affairs and Traffic, Safety and Parking Chair BCNA)
8:00 – Neighborhood Party discussion (Julianna Scruggs)
8:05 – Special Events Update (Thom Parker)
8:10 – Adjourn.
Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/8306733796
Meeting ID: 830 673 3796