Wednesday, October 10, is our Annual Community Meeting. Please join us to make our community stronger.
Fellow neighbor, mother, and Neighborhood Watch Lead, Christie Mochoruk, will be presenting with the Denver Police Department. Our goal is to have a proactive approach when it comes to crime and safety in our neighborhood. Data shows the safest communities are communities that are engaged and we need to hear from YOU.
Also, fellow neighbor and mother, Emily Walker will be presenting U-Hills Neighborhood Visioning Project data and next steps. Emily is in the beginning phase of creating an official U-Hills Neighborhood Vision and Plan. Official neighborhood plans are important because they can direct future development. Please join us to learn more and let us know what matters most to YOU.
Also joining us on Wednesday, we’ll hear from Colorado State Representative Leslie Herod regarding the Caring4Denver ballot initiative and Kathryn Ardoin regarding Healthy Food For Denver Kids, a citizen initiated November ballot measure, ordinance 302.
We hope to see you there!
Your U-Hills Neighborhood Association
U-HILLS ANNUAL COMMUNITY MEETING
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2018 @ 6:30 PM
BRADLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AUDITORIUM (3051 S. ELM ST.)
2018 ANNUAL COMMUNITY MEETING AGENDA
1.) Call to Order
2.) Welcome and Agenda Overview
3.) Meet Your University Hills Neighborhood Association (UHNA)
4.) Colorado State Representative Leslie Herod, Caring4Denver ballot initiative
5.) Growhaus Director of Food Initiatives Kathryn Ardoin, Healthy Food For Denver Kids ballot measure ordinance 302
6.) Denver District 4 City Council Office presents on behalf of Councilwoman Kendra Black
7.) Neighborhood Watch Lead Christie Mochoruk presents with the Denver Police Department
8.) UHills Visioning Project Lead Emily Walker presents community data and possible next steps
9.) UHills Community Calendar, important upcoming dates and events
10.) Public Comment Open Forum (Opportunity for UHills residents to respectfully and productively present matters to the UHNA Board and Membership. (Three (3) minute max per resident household). Topics may be discussed as time allows within three (3) minutes increments. When more in-depth discussion is necessary, time will be allocated at a future community meeting. First come first serve basis. Email UHNAinfo@gmail.com to reserve presentation time ahead. If allocated Open Forum time is not reserved ahead of time, ad hoc presentations are permissible.