Important meetings in October

  Dear Finn Hill Neighbors, Halloween is almost here. Before the goblins and werewolves start roaming the darkened streets, we hope you’ll venture out to attend 2 meetings this week — in safe, well-lighted venues — that affect the future of where we live: Wednesday, October 25th ...

Finn Hill Neighborhood Plan – Open House on October 10 at Finn Hill Middle School from 6pm to 7:30

Here is a quick overview of what will be happening at the Finn Hill neighborhood plan open house on Tuesday, October 10 in the Finn Hill Middle School cafeteria at 8040 132nd Street. (Note: spaces may fill up quickly in the regular parking lot, but you can also use the driveway and turn around for school...

Three important meetings in October about Finn Hill’s future 

Dear Finn Hill Neighbors, There will be 3 important meetings this month about the Finn Hill neighborhood plan as well as public safety and road projects that will affect where we live. Plus, we’re co-sponsoring a forum of City Council candidates in two weeks’ time. We urge you to attend as many...

Special bulletin for Holmes Point residents: Come to today’s Council meeting & support better rules to protect trees!

Dear Holmes Point neighbors and friends, FHNA is writing to urge you to attend tonight’s City Council meeting on emergency legislation to help protect trees in the Holmes Point area. The Council will decide whether to keep or cancel a recent ordinance that should give you more say on tree preservation...

Neighborhood Plan Meeting on Sept 7 Postponed

The calendar of meetings relating to the Finn Hill neighborhood plan has changed. In brief, the City is postponing the open house on the neighborhood plan that was scheduled for September 7 at St John Vianney Church. The Planning Commission will also delay a public hearing on the plan that it had scheduled...

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