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Discuss MVHS Solar Power Generation Station tonight

Original post made by [removed], Alamo, on Jun 9, 2011

Dear Editor,

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Posted by jjjj
a resident of Alamo
on Jun 9, 2011 at 9:08 am

this old fool always has the answers and it is the same aia aia i am still waiting for him to tell the world what the a i a has done to improve alamo. why is anyone going to a meeting to discuss something that is none of the aia business and most of all this discussion if that is what it is has no business in being held in a church..

have another meeting old fool..... and how about naming those neighborhood groups that only you seems to know

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Posted by [removed]
a resident of Alamo
on Jun 9, 2011 at 3:24 pm

Dear Editor,

Let us together bring the history and reality of the Alamo Improvement Association (“AIA”) to the consideration of your readers.

For greater than a half century, AIA volunteers, elected as a board by direct and representative members from neighborhoods, business district groups and community groups, have provided interactive discussions, consideration and mitigation of issues that impact Alamo’s majority of residents’ relationship with governments and districts effecting policy, programs, projects and planning in the Alamo region. The successful maintenance of community and neighborhood character has been the mission of AIA planning and other committees. Such success is obvious as a majority of residents quickly see such valuable AIA results.

Today, recognizing the dynamics of neighborhoods in Alamo, AIA board members have created a community affairs committee to deal directly with neighborhood, business district and community groups on issues of government communication, public safety, parks and recreation, beautification and community services. Tonight’s meeting is a reflection of the AIA’s focus on neighborhoods as MVHS neighbors are invited to come and review further planning of a solar power generation station to be built as a massive carport within and in view of Alamo neighbors at Monte Vista High School. Such outreach is unique in Alamo because no county or local government offers such community engagement and fully interactive review of meaningful issues that impact Alamo region’s majority.

Your readers need only come see for themselves tonight in the community meeting room provided by Creekside Church for the AIA and its direct and representative members.