December 2021: NENA Newsletter: Fall/Winter Edition

  • December 3: NENA News is mailed to 1100+ households in Bozeman's Northeast Neighborhood
  • This NENA Newsletter is sponsored by our friends at Mountains Walking Brewery & Pub
 

January 6, 2022: NENA Meeting

  • Thursday, January 6 6:00 to 7:30 PM
  • NENA will consider CDC and Gallatin County Health recommendations when deciding on whether this meeting will be in-person or virtual
  • Tentative Agenda
    • Approve of previous meeting minutes with the NENA Secretary
    • Update from the NENA Treasurer
    • Update from the NENA President
    • Confirm Quorum
    • Presentation and Consensus Vote: Should NENA support a reduced speed limit on I90 from Main Street Exit to 7th Street Exit?
    • Presentation and Consensus Vote: Should NENA support a fundraiser that will put money towards Safe and Quite Rail Crossings at L Street and Rouse Ave.? 
    • Presentation and Consensus Vote: Should NENA support the idea of promoting and preserving a pocket park, trail, and other improvements on N. Church north of Tamarack and along Bozeman Creek. 
    • Parking Commission and Transportation Analysis
      • Mark Egge - NENA Active Member; Tentative
      • Linda Semones - University Neighborhood President
      • Mark Veselik - City Of Bozeman;Tentative
    • Construction Noise Ordinance Update
      • Jason Delmue - NENA Active Member; Tentative
    • Parks & Rec Update
      • Addi Jadin - Parks & Rec; Tentative
    • E. Aspen Bridge Update
    • NENA Trees
      • Christoper Spogis - NENA Active Member; Tentative 
    • Public Comment & Questions
 

January 2021: NENA Townhall: Update on the Idaho Pole Site and Potential Development Plans

  • Tentative meeting date and time: Thursday, January 20, 6:00 - 7:00 PM
  • ‚ÄčNENA will consider CDC and Gallatin County Health recommendations when deciding on whether this meeting will be in-person or virtual
 

2021 NENA Summary


April/ May 2022: NENA Tree

  • In 2021 NENA partnered with the City Of Bozeman to plant trees donated by the city within the NENA Boundaries. In 2022 NENA will continue this annual event with the city. In addition, NENA hopes to purchase and plant additional trees on private or public property within the NENA Boundaries. NENA will start accepting applications and suggestions for new tree locations and responsible tree owners in 2022.  


May/June 2022: NENA Spring: Spring Clean-up
 


May/June 2022: NENA Newsletter: Spring Edition 

 

May/June 2022: NENA Meeting

  • Start President and Vice President Election Process

 

September 2022: Parade Of Sheds

 

October 2022: NENA Creek: Bozeman Creek Clean-up with the Upper Missouri Waterkeeper

 

October/December 2022: NENA Newsletter: Fall/Winter Edition

 

November/December 2022: NENA Meeting 

  • President and Vice President Election Process

 

2022 NENA Summary