Keep Armory Park Historic

Bill Duffy, our AP Historic Board Chair, has just announced a special APHZAB meeting just prior to the general APNA meeting tomorrow night. The purpose of the meeting is to elect a new board member to fill a vacancy. The board serves a critical function for our community. Seeking a balance between historic preservation and the desires for personal aesthetic and convenience features is quite a challenge. The participation of thoughtful AP residents in the process is absolutely essential. I have observed meetings frequently and am impressed with the conscientious efforts of the current board members to strike the proper balance. I hope one (or several) of you will volunteer for this important duty. To make sure the facts are correct, I have copied Bill’s email here:

Due to a resignation, the Armory Park Historic Zone Advisory Board (APHZAB) will be holding a brief special meeting to identify candidates for the Board. The meeting will be held just prior to the Armory Park Neighborhood Association’s general meeting on Tuesday, May  9, 2017 at 7 pm.
Candidates must be residents or owners of property within the Armory Park Residential Historic Zone or be qualified as an expert in a relevant field (for example, architecture, local history, historic preservation law, construction)
If you or anyone you know is interested in joining APHZAB, please let me know. .
If you have any questions, please ask.
Bill Duffy
APHZAB Chair
emailduffy@gmail.com

Author: Ken Taylor

I am a relatively recent Armory Park resident (2/16) along with my wife, Donna and our little dog Lulu. In our 7+ decades, Donna and I lived over 30 years in Anchorage, Alaska before moving to Arizona. We have been Arizona residents for 16 years before coming here including 12 in Green Valley and four in west Tucson. We love the neighborhood for its history, walkability and interesting residents. Lulu insists on walking every day so you may see us following her around and picking up trash to keep our neighborhood presentable.

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