Origins
Call for Participation in NSN
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Purpose of the Neighborhood Support Network


Last week (Oct. 16, 2007), the Neighborhood Support Network (NSN) completed its organizational phase with the second of two meetings bringing together leaders from across the City. At the end of the second meeting, the Network was declared open for business.

Summary of Items to Consider

  • Review the Oct. 6 & 16 Discussion Results
  • Consider joining the NSN Core Group – advise soon
  • Consider becoming a Content Coordinator for the website
  • Send me your mailing address for the master list if not already done
  • Make suggestions about our next meeting and/or anything else for NSN
  • Mail in neighborhood surveys (a and b )if still outstanding


Donald Ijams, Network Coordinator

Email: ijamsaz at earthlink.net

Last Updated ( Friday, 08 May 2009 )
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Organizational Meeting of Tuesday October 16, 2007
Written by NSN Coordinator   

Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 14:57:21 -0700

Last evening, Tuesday, October 16, 2007, the Neighborhood Support Network met at the Northwest Center for the second of two organizational meetings. There were 35 neighborhood leaders in attendance, representing 29 neighborhoods.


Results of Leaders' Small Group Discussions


Last Updated ( Friday, 07 December 2007 )
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Organizational Meeting of Saturday October 6, 2007
Written by NSN Coordinator   
Date: Sun, 7 Oct 2007 15:20:10 -0700

Yesterday, Saturday October 6, the Neighborhood Support Network (NSN) had a successful beginning to its existence through a meeting that was held at Freedom Park Center in Tucson. The first of two organizational meetings, this gathering from 1 PM until 4 PM, brought 28 people from 19 neighborhoods together to begin connecting with one another and forming links that will help them be better neighborhood leaders.
Last Updated ( Friday, 07 December 2007 )
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Comments of Neighborhood Leaders - Aug/Oct 2007
Written by NSN Coordinator   

Neighborhood leaders replied to an email message sent by Donald Ijams on August 19, 2007. Ijams had read an editorial  ("Ties that bind begin in Tucson's neighborhoods.") that called for neighborhoods to play a larger part in establishing Tucson's vision and direction.  Ijams asked whether other leaders wanted to talk over the ideas in the editorial or anything else.

Click: Leaders' Comments / August - October 2007

 

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