What a great way to remember a loved one that was so instrumental to Tobin Hill. Last Friday, October 12, during the Second Friday Social Luis Lopez unveiled two pieces of art to remember Mrs. Alizondo who owned several properties in Tobin Hill. Her son, Luis Alizondo, hired Tobin Hill artist Luis Lopez to develop two art pieces that are now part of the landscape on Dewey. Following the unveiling refreshments and fellowship were enjoyed by many at CASA ROSA, the Gallery of Luis Lopez. Be sure to check out the photos on the THCA Facebook page.
The Tobin Hill Community Association Board instituted the Second Friday Social several months ago and it has become a great way to meet and get to know your neighbors. We look forward to future Second Fridays and are always looking for neighbors and/or businesses to host. I look forward to seeing each of you in the near term at one of the many Neighborhood engagements!
Special Meeting for THCA Members
Presentation/Adoption of amended Bylaws
Thursday, October 25, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Eco Centro, 1802 N. Main Ave.
Review the proposed updates here: https://tinyurl.com/2018bylawupdates
If you would like a printed copy of the proposed updates, please email: email@example.com
Tobin Hill Book Club
The book club meets the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM. Locations vary.
December: THE SOUL OF AMERICA
January: THE ALICE NETWORK
February: THE THORNBIRDS
There will be food and festivities on the following porches:
THCA 2nd Friday Social
Please join the Tobin Hill Community Association for our monthly Social!
Friday, November 9 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
El Búho, 2710 N. St. Mary’s St.
THCA’s monthly Social is a fun way for neighbors to connect!
You do not need to be a THCA Member to attend.
Please invite your neighbors to come along!
Note from THCA’s Membership Chair, Tom Flynn:
It’s officially time to start signing up for your 2019 THCA Membership! Start getting your finances in order as we will start collecting your dues for next year now. This Halloween don’t be the person dressed as a non paying member for 2019.
You can renew your membership in person at the next Second Friday Social on November 9th, the Public meeting on November 29, by mail, or online here.
The meeting will feature a presentation from city staff, a deconstruction case study from a historic district resident, and an interactive exercise.
The Neighborhood and Housing Services Department offers several home repair and energy efficiency programs for income-qualified homeowners. Applications are being accepted as follows:
- Owner Occupied Repair Program: through November 9th
- Under 1 Roof, Let’s Paint, and Minor Repair Programs:
Beginning October 1st and ongoing (as funding is available)
- Green and Healthy Homes Program: Ongoing, year-round
Click here to learn more about the City’s repair and remediation programs, and to download an application.Sat., September 29, 8PM-1AM
City Meetings & Events:
– Oct. 30, 6PM: N St. Mary’s Bond, Hawthorne Academy
– Nov. 1: City Council: Agenda includes Short Term Rentals & updates to the IDZ zoning category
– Nov. 5, 6PM: OHP’s Deconstruction Public Input Meeting, EcoCentro
THCA’s Zoning Task Force meets bi-weekly (as needed) to review upcoming zoning cases in the neighborhood. The next meeting will be Tuesday, October 23rd at 6:30PM. Please contact Zoning Task Force Chairperson, Rick Schell, to confirm the location of the meeting.
THCA’s Historic Preservation Committee meets monthly to discuss cases scheduled to go before the City’s Historic Design Review Commission. The next meeting will be Monday, October 22nd at 6:30PM. Please contact Committee Chair, Ricki Kushner, for meeting location details.
Reminder: Get out and VOTE!
- Early voting: October 22 – November 2
- Election Day: Tuesday, November 6
You can also visit www.Vote411.org for a non-partisan voter’s guide.