Saturday, September 15, 2012
Becky Friesenhahn Is New NPNA President!
There are new members and new officers on your Newman Park Neighborhood Association Board:
Becky Friesenhahn, President
Violet Urquidez, Vice President
Robert Taylor, Treasurer
Jim Tolbert, Secretary
The El Paso Department of Transportation has announced a two week closure of Scenic Drive except for Scenic Sundays from 6 to 11 a.m. when the road is available to walkers, runners, hikers, bicyclists and even Chihuahuas (accompanied by a human):
The public is advised that Scenic Drive will be closed to the traveling public for two weeks effective September 17th to allow for roadway improvements. The City of El Paso Department of Transportation (EPDoT) will be making repairs to the concrete pavement, rock walls and roadway striping from September 17th through the 29th. During this period, Scenic Drive will only be open to the public on Sundays for participants of Scenic Sundays. Proper traffic control measures will be in place to direct the traveling public through this area for this period. Traffic will be detoured through nearby streets. The project schedule is a plan that may be modified due to the weather or other unforeseen events.
Our neighborhood library has turned a new page in its history. Acting Branch Manager Laurel Indalecio invites you to the Expansion Celebration to be held at the Memorial Park Library, 3200 Copper, on Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 2 p.m. Be sure to book this event.
Finally, City Council Representative Steve Ortega has published a fact sheet about Triple A Baseball in El Paso. You can read it here.
Vaya con Dios!
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The mission of the Newman Park Neighborhood Association is to improve the quality of life in the Newman Park neighborhood through care and attention to the park and surrounding areas, and to build a community network of care, watchfulness and concern for each other and our beautiful desert environment.
This is Volume 7 and Number 28 published on September 15 , 2012