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From: "Michael Kubiniec"
Subject: Reminder - AWNA Meeting!
Date: Tue Feb 1, 2005  6:47 am

We would like to remind you of this upcoming event.

AWNA Meeting!

Date: Thursday, February 3, 2005
Time: 6:45AM - 8:15AM PST (GMT-08:00)

Neighbors,

Please join us for our quarterly AWNA meeting on our NEW day of
the week in our newly renovated Almaden Winery Community Center!

Free Pizza Social 6:45 -- 7PM
Agenda Highlights: 7-8:15PM

** Meet Nancy Pyle: District 10 new Councilmember, and her staff.
- Learn what is new for the City and our District
- Voice concerns
- Q & A Session

** Meet Traci Tokunaga, the Almaden Winery Community Center Building Supervisor.
- Learn about upcoming programs and events!
- Learn about rental details
- Share community compliments, concerns and ask questions.

** Youth Lot Construction Status

And more....

From: "Michael Kubiniec"
Subject: Reminder - AWNA Meeting - Feb 3 at Community Center
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2005 21:07:28
Reminder that our next Almaden Winery Neighborhood Association meeting will 
be held this Thursday at our community center building The meeting starts at
7:00 PM and will go to about 8:15 PM. There is absolutely no requirement for
you to stay the whole time. Our "Pizza Social" will continue to start at
6:45 PM. So, if you're coming directly from work, please do come since we'll
have something for you to eat and drink.

For our next meeting, we'll have in attendance Nancy Pyle, our new District
10 Councilmember! She and her staff really want to meet members from our
neighborhood and to get to know us. This is an excellent opportunity for us
as well to find out what is on her mind. And, we'll be able to ask her
questions and address any concerns you have with her. A member from Nancy's
staff will continue to attend our regular AWNA meetings to provide us City
and District 10 updates and to hear your concerns or questions.

Additionally, Traci Tokunaga, the Almaden Winery Community Center Building
Supervisor will be in attendance. She would like to brief us on the upcoming
programming for the building and provide details on how you can rent out
facilities for private parties or other activities. She is also very
concerned on the impact the use of the building will have on our
neighborhood; i.e. traffic, parking, noise, etc; especially on the neighbors
on Chambertin who live in close proximity of the building. In the last few
weeks (and yesterday), there have been large gatherings and she suspects
many of you have concerns.

An additional topic will be the youth lot update and the status of the 
survey in regards to the colors of the play structure.

And there will be more too! I hope you can attend. Bring a friend or 
neighbor!

Michael Kubiniec
President, Almaden Winery Neighborhood Association

From: Michael Kubiniec
Subject: New AWNA Meeting Dates and Location For 2005
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2005 21:48:33
Hi everyone! With the opening of the Almaden Winery Community Center 
Building, we are now moving our AWNA General Meeting back there from the 
Vineland Library. Hopefully, being closer to everyone in the neighborhood, 
it will be more convenient for you to attend.

I do hope you attend our next meeting as it will be a good one! Lots of 
changes all around. More on that later.

However, the meeting dates have changed that have been previously been 
published. At the Vineland Library, we were meeting on the first Tuesday in 
the months of February, May, August, October and December. With the switch 
to the Almaden Winery CC, the meetings will now be on the first Thursday of 
these same months. Therefore, for 2005, the meeting dates are:

Feb 3
May 5
Aug 4
Oct 6
Dec 1

Again, the meeting starts at 7:00 PM and will go to about 8:15 PM. There is 
absolutely no requirement for you to stay the whole time. Our "Pizza Social" 
will continue to start at 6:45 PM. So, if you're coming directly from work, 
please do come since we'll have something for you to eat and drink.

For our next meeting, we'll have in attendance Nancy Pyle, our new District 
10 Councilmember! She and her staff really want to meet members from our 
neighborhood and to get to know us. This is an excellent opportunity for us 
as well to find out what is on her mind. And, we'll be able to ask her 
questions and address any concerns you have with her. A member from Nancy's 
staff will continue to attend our regular AWNA meetings to provide us City 
and District 10 updates and to hear your concerns or questions.

Additionally, Traci Tokunaga, the Almaden Winery Community Center Building 
Supervisor will be in attendance. She would like to brief us on the upcoming 
programming for the building and provide details on how you can rent out 
facilities for private parties or other activities. She is also very 
concerned on the impact the use of the building will have on our 
neighborhood; i.e. traffic, parking, noise, etc; especially on the neighbors 
on Chambertin who live in close proximity of the building. In the last few 
weeks (and yesterday), there have been large gatherings and she suspects 
many of you have concerns.

So, mark down these new dates on your calendar for the AWNA meetings. 
Thursday is a nice day to have these meetings - toward the end of the week - 
so I hope you can attend. Bring a friend or neighbor!

Michael Kubiniec
President, Almaden Winery Neighborhood Association