Update on the Sign Variances for the International Wildlife Museum
The Pima County Board of Adjustment (BOA) voted 4 - 0 on 3.8.2018 to deny the Safari Club's requested variances which would have permitted installation of a digital, electronic LED sign and to place a sign with a zero setback. GPANA was well represented. Many members attended and/or sent emails to the BOA protesting the request. President Gary Kardosky and member Roger Carpenter were among the speakers who voiced adamant opposition to the variance. Thank you all for your assistance.
Painted Hills Trail Work Has Begun
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A note from Barbara Jones: Thank you to GPANA members and neighbors who came out on Feb 3rd to learn how to identify and remove buffelgrass along Trails End Rd. The work wasn't difficult and I feel like we've made a big difference in protecting our beautiful desert from the non-native invasive grasses. If anyone is ever interested in pulling more of these grasses in GPANA area, or if you would like to me to help you identify some that might be on your property, please contact me at email@example.com.
Thanks for your support!
And GPANA would like to thank Barbara Jones for organizing this event. Well done!
. . . is to act in the interests of the members on issues such as limiting commercial development, reducing litter and crime, and retaining environmental quality.