Friends of Jefferson Park will meet at 6pm on Monday at 2018 Princess Anne Avenue, followed by a cookout in the Park. Please bring a covered dish to share–the FOJP will provide drinks, grill, meat, bread, condiments, and paper products.
Lt. Jack King of the Police Department and Larry Miller, Tariq Waajid, and Emanuel Adediran from the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities plan to be in attendance. I am not sure if there will be a representative from the Department of Public Works present.
There will be information available on the Block Captain Program; 100 NEW Trees for Union Hill; and the Union Hill Civic Association (Their next meeting is 9/6, 7pm, 711 N 23rd); and other Community Information.
Topics of Discussion include:
Friends of Jefferson Park
Organizational Meeting #2
6PM –Monday, August 28, 2006
2018 Princess Anne Avenue
Introductions of Neighbors and Guests
Union Hill Civic Association Relationship
Richmond Recreation and Park Foundation Partnership
City of Richmond * Relationships
Recreation, Parks and Community Facilities – Report
Public Works/Urban Forestry – Report
Police Department * Report
Board of Directors Nominations/Elections
Train and Tunnel
Dogs and People
Safety and Security
Historical Highway Markers
Proposed Action: Assign Leadership Roles
Covered Dish Cookout and Walking Tour of Park
Fun Fact: Jefferson Park was established in 1859
Please contact Bill Conkle at 649-3764 for additional information.
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