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McDuffie-Twin Parks Neighborhood Association

*CANCELED* GENERAL MEETING and PIZZA, WEDNESDAY MARCH 18th at 6 PM

***CANCELED*** Horn Family YMCA, 4901 Indian School Road NE 6 PM - PIZZA provided by NA, side dishes and desserts welcome but not necessary 6:30 PM Meeting  -- Arborist from Baca's Trees - How to Care for our Trees  -- Discussion... Continue Reading →

Twin Parks – info from Dr. James Moreno, PhD in Mechanical Engineering

From Dr. Moreno, as posted on Nextdoor      A little background information: the neighborhood known as Pueblo Alto was built ca. 1950. It has an oral history over the years of very-occasional flooding that has affected a small number... Continue Reading →

More information about Twin Parks

This information is from Cathy Drake.   District 7 City Councilor Diane Gibson has been in contact with me regarding my letter of inquiry re detention ponding at Twin Parks. After speaking with Pat Montoya/Director of DMD (Municipal Development), Councilor... Continue Reading →

Twin Parks once again being considered as a site for a detention/retention pond

Twin Parks is once again being considered as a site for a detention/retention pond to help solve flooding problems in the Pueblo Alto neighborhood. The attached document is from Bohannan Huston (a consulting firm) to Kathleen Verhage, Sr. Engineer, Stormwater Management... Continue Reading →

County Commissioner Jim Collie Neighborhood Luncheon Wednesday, January 22nd, noon-1:00pm

Dear Friends,  Happy New Year! Continuing the tradition of Commissioner Hart Stebbins, I would like to invite you to the first neighborhood luncheon of 2020, Wednesday, January 22nd, noon-1:00pm, at the McKinley Community Center, 3401 Monroe NE. Because this is my... Continue Reading →

Caroling and Cocoa at Twin Parks 8 pm Christmas Eve

Join us for Christmas Caroling and Hot Cocoa on Christmas Eve Twin Parks at 8 pm If you would like to help set up and/or take down luminarias here is the schedule. Luminarias will be set on at 11 am... Continue Reading →

2019 Fall Green Waste Collection

The City of Albuquerque’s Solid Waste Management Department will pick up residential Green Waste at no additional charge.  This year’s Fall Green Waste collection program begins on Monday, December 2 and will end on Friday, December 13.  Solid Waste customers... Continue Reading →

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