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NEWS

Upcoming WUNA Events

SEP 11, 5:30-7pm: HAPPY HOUR AT GENTLE BEN’S
SEP 18, begins at dusk: ALLEY WALK
NOV 2, beginning at 6pm: PORCH PARTY

Next WUNA Board Meeting

Thursday, OCT 3, 2019, 6:30-8pm
Trinity Church
Fellowship Hall
400 E University Boulevard

Directions
Coming from the North:
Access the building through the east side wooden doors. Fellowship Hall is the first room on the left.
From the South:
There is a church parking lot and a south entrance that goes directly into Fellowship Hall. Enter from Hoff Ave just east of 4th Ave off 4th Street. Go north and you will see a small parking lot. A ramp leads up to glass doors. These doors go right into Fellowship Hall.

All are welcome!

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So Many New Trees For WU! What a ‘Tree-Mendous’ Success!

On Saturday, February 16, we exceeded our goal of 80 trees and planted 101 new trees with the help of Trees for Tucson. Most of the trees went in the right-of-way in front of our homes, but many neighbors also chose to buy trees for their yards. We started the morning by planting five new Pistache trees along the western edge of Catalina Park, pictured above.
WUNA tree planting Feb 2019
Neighbors gather to help plant new trees

City Airs “Quality of Life” Plan for De Anza Park

About 60 people, a full house with many of them from West University homes and businesses and City offices, crowded into Trinity Church on August 9, 2018, to hear about a new police plan to combat homelessness and crime at our neighborhood’s two parks. Top police officers, from Chief Chris Magnus to Lt. Jen Turner and four others, spoke passionately about the huge difficulties in policing homeless people living in De Anza…
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Call for Good Contractor References: Preferred Provider List Update!

It has been a couple of years since we updated the Preferred Provider List, which is a very useful benefit of WUNA membership.

Most of us have historic or at least older homes and fixing them requires a knowledge of older systems and finishes. Some trades people enjoy the challenge, others hate dealing with our complex issues – and others pretend they know how and make things worse.

That is why it is important that we share with each other the names of people who have worked for us and done a great job!

So if you have had a good experience with someone who has worked on your historic home recently, please email Carolyn the name and contact information. This will only take you a minute but can save your neighbors much gnashing of teeth and pulling of hair. Consider it your first good deed for 2018!