Alamo Fire House proposal needs interactive discussion
Original post made by Hal, CDSI Research on Feb 16, 2011
To facilitate such interactive discussions and to prepare a collective voice for Alamo region residents, Alamo Improvement Association ("AIA") is being encouraged to add fire house planning discussions to the March 10 AIA Board Meeting. Since the AIA offers a more interactive meeting structure focused on mitigated results between the Alamo region community and various governments and districts, a refined listing of design and safety issues can be delivered to the highest level of the county and fire district and provided to the Alamo MAC for their consideration. With the AIA's membership including representatives of neighborhood, business district and community groups, a majority, collective voice for Alamo can be the result delivered to all levels of the county and fire district.
Alamo regions residents should voice their concerns to www.alamoca.org, click on "Contact" for immediate e-mail delivery to PLANNING.
on Feb 17, 2011 at 8:43 am
The Alamo Improvement Association is a joke. It's made up of people that are anti business, anti-growth, anti-development and is anti-everything. Frankly, with approx 500 members it doesn't represent the residents of Alamo. I know it doesn't represent me!
on Feb 17, 2011 at 11:17 am
the comment is correct the aia is a joke a very big joke they act as if they are the council of alamo they do nothing to better alamo
more people need to wake up and understand if anything they are just a self appointed home owners org.. with no authority at all
on Feb 19, 2011 at 10:17 am
Crikey. Anyone who thinks the AIA is a joke doesn't have an effin CLUE. The AIA is the ONLY organization that is independent and listens to the community. Anyone who spent ten minutes at one of the Planning Meetings would be impressed by the quality of the review/discussion. I don't always agree with their decisions, but I can say without the AIA, Alamo would be a VASTLY worse place to live. I know - I've lived here for nearly 40 years - and seen the unbelievable crap the County has tried to shove down our throats - and the efforts/dedication that the AIA has provided to stop them.