Donations: Your Supper Rock Neighborhood Association is
not a philanthropic organization. However, traditionally the SRNA
has made an annual donation to the Providence Presbyterian Church on
Encantado as a "thanks" for allowing us to use the facility for our
Annual Meetings. During CY2006, this donation resulted in two
charitable donations: at Thanksgiving a check for $25 to Joy
Junction to help the homeless, and at Christmas a check for $25 to
assist troubled teens in purchasing school items and small gifts.
If additional details are needed, please contact the SRNA Treasurer or President.
(posted 19 Dec 2006)
Plant: One of our neighbors has some specific complaints
regarding the 2005 construction going on as part of the state's
"Tramsylvania Project" (Interstate-40 from Tramway to
Pennsylvania), as follows:
Hello SRNA Members,
I did notice the flood lighting that faces west on I-40 is quite bright. I appreciate the lighting because at the south end of Monte Largo Street, in the apt bldg I live in, our landlord has yet to replace light bulbs on our building. Without the flood lighting from the concrete plant, the south end of my street (which I represent as board member of this area ) would be prone to criminal activity.
I do hear the noise during the hours Pat Barr indicates if I am on the east side of my apt, so I empathize with any houses in SRNA area and the apts across my street (bedrooms are on east side). My bldg has bedrooms on west side and I don't hear the noise from the concrete plant. (I hear the noise from the freeway even after the "sound barriers" were installed).
Theresa De Vargas <provided: 29 Jun 2005>
|To SRNA: The only web-site concerning this
project that I know of is
the state one:
(I noticed there is a contact person on there for more information on GRIP projects.)
Please feel free to contact me if I can be of any further assistance.
<provided: 30 Jun 2005>Environmental Health Specialist
City of Albuquerque, Air Quality Division
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