If you live near Montgomery Street, make plans to come to a meeting of the AHNA Street Parking Task Force which has been organized to explore solutions to current and future parking and traffic problems near the Will Rogers complex. This meeting is open to everyone and is your opportunity to voice your concerns about neighborhood street parking and traffic.
Tuesday December 2 at 6:30 p.m.
Fort Worth Firefighters Hall
3855 Tulsa Way @ Crestline Road
If you would like to be notified about future meetings, please send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arlington Heights Fort Worth Moms are launching their inaugural event on Monday November 24 at 11:00 a.m., rain or shine, at Thomas Place Community Center, 4237 Lafayette Avenue. There will be playtime for the kids and complimentary lunch for moms and kids, courtesy of Arlington Heights Neighborhood Association and Thomas Place Community Center.
Interested? Please RSVP by November 20 via the Facebook group Arlington Heights Fort Worth Moms or email Holly Emler at email@example.com so there are enough lunches for everyone.
Need to play it by ear? Then, just drop by and say hello if you can.
Tonight is the annual AHNA Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner. The festivities start early at 6:00 p.m. to give everyone plenty of time to drop off your side-dishes, find a seat, and enjoy each other. Central Market is generously providing delicious turkey, stuffing and gravy–it’s up to you to bring the rest of the goodies to fill out the holiday feast. AHNA will provide non-alcoholic beverages. This year, you are encouraged to bring your own wine, beer or spirits.
THANK YOU to Sally’s Flowers who is graciously donating floral arrangements that will be given away to a lucky few at the end of the dinner. So bring your kids, bring your neighbors and enjoy this special annual neighborhood event. Everyone is welcome!
Tuesday, November 18th 6:00 p.m.
3855 Tulsa Way @ Crestline Rd
(Fort Worth Fire Fighters Hall)
On November 4, 2014, Fort Worth citizens will go to the polls to vote, among other things, on three user taxes proposed by the Fort Worth City Council to be used to help finance a proposed 14,000-seat multipurpose arena at the Will Rogers Complex, directly to the east of Arlington Heights.
In a conceptual site plan presented to the City Council on August 5, 2014 the arena is located on the southeast corner of Harley and Montgomery Streets, facing north on Gendy Street, which is proposed to become a linear pedestrian mall.
AHNA is gathering as much information as they can about the project. We are interested in hearing from property owners who live near Montgomery Street. If you haven’t already signed up, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the list. Please include your property address.
The proposed arena and all of its ramifications on Arlington Heights will be the focus of AHNA’s membership meeting on Tuesday October 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Fort Worth Firefighters Hall, 3855 Tulsa Way at Crestline Road.
The September/October 2014 AHNA newsletter has more information about the proposed arena and its financing. For more details, here are links to the City Council presentations and Star Telegram stories.
Downtown Hospitality Market Study (Click on Agenda Item #5: Downtown Hospitality Market Study at 00:33:39)
Potential Election for Multi-Purpose Arena (Click on Agenda Item #8: Potential Election for Multi-Purpose Arena at 01:15:50)
Tuesday September 16 marks the first official AHNA membership meeting on our new meeting night, the 3rd Tuesday of every month, and in our location, the Fort Worth Firefighters Hall, 3855 Tulsa Way at Crestline Road. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. The AHNA Nominating Committee will present the candidate slate for the 2015 Executive Board and officers. Elections will take place at the AHNA membership meeting on Tuesday October 21.
We are excited to present Kate Rugroden, Director of Special Projects for Bat World Sanctuary, as our guest speaker. Kate is a permitted wildlife rehabilitator through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. She specializes in bats, opossums, and raccoons. She will bring live bats and will focus on common myths and misconceptions, different cultural perspectives, and the ways in which bats impact other life on Earth. After her presentation, she will answer questions about bats and other native wildlife.
Remember the series of burglaries in our neighborhood where the burglar came in through the doggie door? The police did an excellent job of tracking him down. Here’s the story:
Get one of these special Fort Worth Fire Department ball caps before they sell out. These sturdy caps were designed specifically for Fire Station 18′s 91st birthday party. The embroidery on one side includes the City of Fort Worth’s longhorn logo with the U.S.S. Fort Worth inscription above it. The other side of the cap is inscribed with Engine 18. The front of the cap is the official Fort Worth Fire Department’s logo.
The caps are available in royal blue or gray with black bill. You can order an adjustable cap, or in these sizes: S/M, M/L, L/XL.
Please send a $20 check to AHNA, PO Box Box 470692, FW 76147. Be sure to indicate gray/black or royal blue (those are the only colors available) and what size you prefer.
Order today and don’t miss out on this unique opportunity.
Happy Summer! The regularly scheduled AHNA membership meeting on Monday July 21, 2014 has been cancelled due to out of town vacation schedules.
The next meeting of AHNA will be held on Monday August 18 at 6:30 p.m. Stand by for more details.