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Friday, March 21, 2008

Government Channel to show Town Branch neighbors and developers of Aspen Ridge/Hill Place plan twice on Sunday and twice on Monday

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FAYETTEVILLE CITY16 on Cox Cable
SUNDAY, March 23
Midnight to 9 a.m. Message Board
9:00 a.m. City Council from March 18
TOWN BRANCH NEIGHBORHOOD Meeting from March 11
Animals That Need Homes Now!

6:30 p.m. City Council from March 18
TOWN BRANCH NEIGHBORHOOD Meeting from March 11

MONDAY, March 24
9:00 a.m. TOWN BRANCH NEIGHBORHOOD Meeting: March 11

5:30 p.m. MONDAY March 24 Planning Commission-LIVE
Telecommunications Board: March 20
Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming
TOWN BRANCH NEIGHBORHOOD Meeting: March 11

Government Channel list for March 23-29, 2008, on Cox Cable 16

FAYETTEVILLE CITY16 on Cox Cable
GOVERNMENT CHANNEL PROGRAM GUIDE
March 23-29, 2008

SUNDAY, March 23
Midnight to 9 a.m. Message Board
9:00 a.m. City Council: March 18
TOWN BRANCH NEIGHBORHOOD Meeting: March 11
Ambulance Committee: March 17
Housing Authority Board: March 18
Quorum Court: March 20
Council Of Neighborhoods: March 20
Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming
Arkansas Rock Art
Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian
Culture
Animals That Need Homes Now!
6:30 p.m. City Council: March 18
TOWN BRANCH NEIGHBORHOOD Meeting: March 11
Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
Boston Mountain Solid Waste Meeting: March 20
Farmers Market Opens
WSIP: Westside Wastewater Treatment Plant Update
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming
FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture

MONDAY, March 24
Midnight to 7:00 a.m. Message Board
7:00 a.m. Youth & College Drinking: Breaking The Patterns
8:00 a.m. Washington/Madison County Drug Court
9:00 a.m. TOWN BRANCH NEIGHBORHOOD Meeting: March 11
10:13 a.m. Ambulance Committee: March 17
11:01 a.m Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
11:07 a.m. FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
11:13 a.m. U of A Music Dept.: Lost Roads Project
11:52 a.m. Library: Fractured Fairy Tales
12:34 p.m. Arkansas Rock Art
1:39 p.m. Farmers Market Opens
1:49 p.m. Global Warming Solutions For America: Nick Brown
2:14 p.m. FPL Science Saturday: Entomology
2:35 p.m. Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
2:48 p.m. Mystery Talk With Detective David Williams
3:03 p.m. Library Brown Bag Lunch Discussion: Garden Problem Solving
4:22 p.m. Celebration Of Trees Is Coming
4:30 p.m. Fire Training Video
5:30 p.m. Planning Commission-LIVE
Telecommunications Board: March 20
Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming
TOWN BRANCH NEIGHBORHOOD Meeting: March 11
FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
Animals That Need Homes Now!

TUESDAY, March 25
Midnight to 7:00 a.m. Message Board
7:00 a.m. Investing In Treatment: Policy Makers Positive Impact On Their Community
8:00 a.m. Washington/Madison County Drug Court
9:00 a.m. Planning Commission: March 24
U of A Music Dept.: Trombones/Tubas/Euphonium
ICLEI Climate Conference: Climate Change Briefing
Library Meet the Author of "2nd to None."
Arkansas Rock Art
Landscaping w/Native Trees
FPL: History Of The Apple Industry in Northwest Arkansas
Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming
Library Education Series: Teenagers Surviving High School
FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
6:30 p.m. Planning Commission: March 24
Housing Authority Board: March 18
Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
Boston Mountain Solid Waste Meeting: March 20
ARPA: The Importance Of Physical Fitness In Our Society
Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming

WEDNESDAY, March 26
Midnight to 7:00 a.m. Message Board
7:00 a.m. Methamphetamine Town Hall Meeting
8:17 a.m. Walker Park Mural Project
8:30 a.m. Animals That Need Homes Now!
What I Love About The Farmers Market
9:00 a.m. City Council Agenda: March 25
Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
Arkansas Rock Art
Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming
FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
Life In The McCarthy Era Panel Discussion
Mayor's Concert Featuring Concert Pianist Jura Margulis
Better Justice In Our State Judiciary
4:30 p.m. Fire Training Video
5:30 p.m. Dogwood Walk 2005
6:00 p.m. Animals That Need Homes Now!
What I Love About The Farmers Market
6:30 p.m. City Council Agenda: March 25
Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
Council Of Neighborhoods: March 20
Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
Arkansas Rock Art
Children’s Library This Week
Dr. .Keith Booker: Books, Bombs & Business As Usual: Fahrenheit 451 In The 1950's
Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming

THURSDAY, March 27
Midnight to 7:00 a.m. Message Board
6:55 a.m. U.S. Conference Of Mayors: Challenges Of Climate Protection
8:00 a.m. Washington/Madison County Drug Court
9:00 a.m. League Of Women Voters Forum On Attainable Housing
10:13 a.m. Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
10:19 a.m. Community Room At FPL: If We Must Die
11:10 a.m. Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
11:23 a.m. FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
11:30 a.m. Arkansas Rock Art
12:35 p.m. BGSO: Medicinal Plants of the Ozarks
1:34 p.m. What I Love About The Farmers Market
1:51 p.m. FPL: The Truth About Bats
2:42 p.m. Trails & Greenways: The National Perspective
3:12 p.m. Wi Fi: What's Its Purpose & Potential For Fayetteville Roundtable
4:07 p.m. First Tuesdays: Poets and Writers: Laura Gray and Paul Karns
4:55 p.m. Mt. Comfort Road Improvement Project
6:00 p.m.. Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming
Animals That Need Homes Now!
6:30 p.m. Quorum Court: March 20
Ambulance Committee: March 17
Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
Arkansas Rock Art
Children’s Library This Week


FRIDAY, March 28
Midnight to 7:00 a.m. Message Board
7:00 a.m. El Alcohol En La Comuidad Latina Producio En Espanol
8:00 a.m. Washington/Madison County Drug Court
9:00 a.m. FPL: Steve Striffler's Talk On The Chicken Industry
9:51 p.m. FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
9:57 a.m. Gulley Park Cow Paddy Run 2001
10:31 a.m. Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
10:07 a.m. Arkansas Rock Art
11:12 a.m. Arborist Service Day
11:34 a.m. FFD Training Division House Burn
12:09 p.m. Identity Theft Solutions
12:46 p.m. Point Seven (Wilson Park Castle) 25th Year Celebration
1:17 p.m. Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
1:30 p.m. WSIP: Westside Wastewater Treatment Plant Update
2:11 p.m. Fayetteville Natural Heritage Association Sustainability Panel
3:33 p.m. 2005 Gulley Park Concert Series: Marshall Mitchell
4:30 p.m. Fire Training Video
5:30 p.m. Methamphetamine Town Hall Meeting
6:47 p.m. Walker Park Mural Project
7:00 p.m. Washington/Madison County Drug Court
8:00 p.m. City View: Sustainability Initiative
8:20 p.m. Arkansas Rock Art
9:20 p.m. Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
9:26 p.m. FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
9:32 p.m. Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming

SATURDAY, March 29
Midnight to 9 a.m. Message Board
9:00 a.m. Telecommunications Board: March 20
Boston Mountain Solid Waste Meeting: March 20
Freedom Fest '03:Raja Khoury
Park Gardening with Lisa Paschal
Washington/Madison County Drug Court
Children’s Library This Week
Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming
Arkansas Rock Art
FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
4:00 p.m. Ambulance Committee: March 17
4:48 p.m. Housing Authority Board: March 18
Telecommunications Board: March 20
Quorum Court: March 20
Ozark In Bloom Master Gardener Convention Information
Council Of Neighborhoods: March 20
FPL In Focus Series Schedule: A Look At American Indian Culture
Farmers Market Opens
Celebration Of Trees Is Coming

Monday, March 17, 2008

Watershed organizations meeting CANCELED

MARCH 27, 2008, update: Event canceled after early registration insufficient to cover cost.
NOT TOO LATE. Rooms and conference seats remain available as of March 18, 2008.
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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Town Branch Neighborhood reviews Aspen Ridge/Hill Place plan on March 11, 2008

Video is available from the Fayetteville Government Channel for people who may not have received notice of the meeting soon enough to make plans to attend. We will announce the times the meetings will run when that information is available. A list of shows on Government Channel 16 and CAT channel 18 on Cox Cable is published inside the feature section of the Northwest Arkansas Times each Sunday.
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Sustainable elements of design pointed out on chart.

Concept drawing of Hill Place student-apartment project with north to the left

Sharing ideas with a neighboring homeowner

Monday, March 10, 2008

One of many pages of the actual plans turned in for review by Fayetteville technical plat review committee meeting on March 19, 2008


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Town Branch Neighborhood Aspen Ridge/Hill Place meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday March 11, 2008

Please share this information and invite your friends to come see and discuss the revised plans of the developers of the former Aspen Ridge site at the S. Hill Church of Christ at the intersection of South Hill Avenue, W. Eleventh Street where S Hill Ave. becomes South Ellis Avenue and curves southeastward.
The attachment plans are displayed with north at the top. The railroad runs SW to NE on the plans with Hill Avenue at right.
For more information, call or email or see some of the blogs and Web sites linked below.
Aubrey James Shepherd
P.O. Box 3159
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72702
aubreyshepherd@hotmail.com
479-444-6072
http://www.aubunique.com
http://www.flickr.com/photos/7295307@N02
http://aubreyshepherd.blogspot.com
http://www.aubunique.com/blog
http://carboncapstaskforce.blogspot.com
http://coolearthnow-aubunique.blogspot.com
http://fayettevillecitygovernment.blogspot.com
http://jamesrichardbennett.blogspot.com
http://northwestarkansasenvironmentcentral.blogspot.com
http://redoakpark.blogspot.com
http://severancetax.blogspot.com
http://townbranchneighborhood.blogspot.com
http://worldpeacewetlandprairie.blogspot.com
http://www.worldpeacewetlandprairie.com

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Developers give short notice of their plan to meet with Town Branch Neighborhood, City Council members. Neighbors surprised.

I had been out of town since noon Friday, so I found this surprise email about 30 items down when I got home at 8 p.m. Saturday. Please share with friends, neighbors and concerned citizens.
Aubrey

"Hill Place - Neighborhood Meeting‏
From: Austin Rowser (arowser@appiancentrefordesign.com)
Sent: Fri 3/07/08 3:00 PM
To: lsgage129@cs.com; cheathco@cox.net; fran@deane-alexander.com; lbrandon40@hotmail.com; dhattal@hotmail.com; lljordan7@hotmail.com; mheifner@twncenter.com; jhr@unitedentropy.com; jerry1255@juno.com; wilketchum@aol.com; dab.brannon@hotmail.com; sel01@uark.edu; ehejtmanek1949@msn.com; cpeven@yahoo.com; rpchristie@cox.net; placentastu@hotmail.com; katew@nwarktimes.com; aubreyshepherd@hotmail.com
Cc: hank@broylesdevelopment.com; 'Ryan Griffis' (RGriffis@placeproperties.com); 'Todd Jacobs' (tjacobs@appiancentrefordesign.com); ttronzano@appiancentrefordesign.com; bthiel@cox.net; ward1_pos1@ci.fayetteville.ar.us; 'James Gibson' (jgibson@appiancentrefordesign.com)
All,
We have scheduled a follow-up neighborhood meeting to discuss the Hill Place apartment development for Tuesday, March 11, 2008 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Hill Avenue Church of Christ (1136 S Ellis Avenue). The developer would like to take the opportunity to respond to concerns raised at the last meeting in regards to the sustainability of the development, implementation low impact development techniques, drainage, access, and the current status of the project as it relates to the City of Fayetteville’s PZD process.
Austin E. Rowser, P.E.
Design Team Leader
Appian Centre for Design
217 East Dickson Street, Suite 104
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
Office: (479) 442-1448
Fax: (479) 442-1450
Mobile: (801) 829-8777

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Lioneld Jordan to announce candidacy for mayor of Fayetteville on the town square Sunday afternoon

Lioneld is to address crowd on the Fayetteville, Arkansas, downtown square at 2 p.m. Sunday March 9, 2008.
Meanwhile, please visit

Lioneld Jordan's campaign to be mayor of Fayetteville online"

for details and background information.



Everyone is invited to attend Lioneld Jordan's announcement of his candidacy for Mayor of Fayetteville at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 9th, 2008, at the Fayetteville Downtown Square.

Parking is free on the weekend at the Parking Lots across from City Hall, metered spots near the square and the Town Center Parking Deck.

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Sierra Club honors OMNI Center for donating to WPWP and for forming Carbon Caps Task force to fight climate change

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Gladys Tiffany of the Town Branch Neighborhood is co-president of the OMNI Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology. She has worked on World Peace Wetland Prairie events, such as the annual Earth Day celebrations (coming up again on April 20, 2008, at 1121 South Duncan Avenue in the neighborhood) and is a member of the Carbon Caps Task Force working to support the Governor's Commission on Global Warming.

On Feb. 16, 2008, the Arkansas Chapter and Ozark Highlands Group of the Sierra Club named the OMNI Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology as Sierra's Arkansas environmental organization of the year.
Professor James Richard Bennett founded the OMNI Center with its wide-ranging but inseparable goals. Bennett's philosophy includes the belief that neither peace nor justice can be achieved without protecting and enhancing the earth's environment, natural resources and habitat for all living things.