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Public Meeting to discuss Bernalillo County's Cultural Assets and Inventory Project Tuesday April 16

Posted by UHA Association on Tuesday, April 16, 2013, In : Art & Culture 
Bernalillo County is holding a public meeting on Tuesday, April 16th, 6:00pm, at the Highland Theater. They are seeking community input on what cultural and historic treasures should be highlighted, promoted and preserved by County. This meeting will focus on t?yola-link-is-coming=truehe process of identifying potential arts and cultural districts in District 3, particularly Nob Hill and the International District, and how you can be involved in this project. (from Maggie Hart Stebbins, Berna...
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University Heights Block Party 2011

Posted by UHA Association on Tuesday, August 30, 2011, In : UHA Meetings 
The annual UHA Block Party was a success, as usual thanks to good weather and the contributions of neighborhood residents, businesses and City groups. A big thank you to all who joined us and gave of your time to ensure the Block Party was successful and fun. 

This year's attendees included several police officers from the Southeast Area Command and a fire engine and crew from the Albuquerque Fire Department.

Tito Madrid and Joyce Pullen from the Mayor's Office were kind enough to come and spe...

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Posted by UHA on Tuesday, November 3, 2009, In : Lead & Coal 
Mayor Chavez announced on August 13 and the City Council approved on August 17 an agreement with the Richardson administration and State Department of Transportation to use $25 million of federal stimulus funds, and an additional $7 million of city funds, for Lead Coal redesign. $4 million of the city funds must be approved by voters as part of the bond issue on the October 6 ballot. The funding will allow: 1) construction of the entire corridor, from Washington to Broadway, as one project (a...
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University Heights Association The University Heights Association (UHA) is the volunteer organization of people living, owning property, and working in the area bounded by Central on the north, Yale on the west, Garfield on the south, and Girard on the east.

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