It was great to have so many (nearly 90) attend Mondays Special GM and vote for preserving the residential character of Underwood Hills, BUT 'the fight ain't over!'
The UHNA vote only counts as ONE vote at the Neighborhood Planning Unit, whereas each resident counts as an additional vote.
It's important that as many as possible attend by Zoom or in person April 25 to vote and send an unequivocal message to the City of the residents wishes. Each business or entity also gets one vote.
See the details and Agenda below.
UHNA NPU-Rep Eva Nason explains;
"I want to greatly thank those who conducted such a successful meeting and all those who participated. I copy here the agenda for the NPU-D meeting on Tuesday, April 25, which, at its top, tells how to participate either in person or virtually. Please attend if you can.
There is a fair amount of business that is taken care of before we get to the real business of zoning matters, etc."
So, don't worry if you'll be late, join the meeting when you can to submit your vote.