Part of what makes
great is active involvement by individuals in our neighborhood association committees.
Committee: The group keeps the
neighborhood informed via online newsletters, signs, posters, and
through this web site. They
also manage a Yahoo! newsgroup wpna_neighborhoodnews, which delivers email
notices and keeps information exchange current and convenient.
The moderated group posts
WPNA news, announcements, and allows neighbors a place to swap
information about everything from babysitters to Braves tickets, local crime
alerts to lost cats. The committee utilizes its volunteers to
gather news and write stories for the newsletter and web site. Topics
include feature stories about interesting neighbors, writing committee news and reporting on city or community meetings.
The committee is always in need of volunteers for newsletter work,
including writing, editing, advertising sales and production.
Contact the Communications Committee
Environment and Infrastructure Committee: Quality of life issues are the main concerns of this committee. Questions
about pedestrian and cyclist safety, landscaping, beautification, sidewalks,
streets, and traffic may be addressed by
Contact the Environment and
Infrastructure Committee Chair.
Membership Committee: TBA
Contact the Membership Committee Chair.
Committee: This group plans social
events that encourage neighbors to gather, meet and mingle, The Fourth of July
parade-decorating party, the fall picnic, a Halloween costume contest, dinner
club and holiday luminaria night are all events coordinated by this committee.
Contact the Social Committee Chair.
and Zoning Committee:
This committee has been active in monitoring potential development and zoning
changes in and around
Several years ago it successfully listed
on the National Register of Historic Places.
the Development and Zoning Committee Chair.
Committee meetings are
usually announced via our neighborhood
newsgroup e-mail list and by signs posted throughout the neighborhood.