Why is there a need to create the
Buckingham Pond Conservancy?
(January 10, 2009 Archives)
Why don't the organizers, both
newcomers to the hood, work
through, and with the
which has existed and functioned
well, maintaining and improving
the residential integrity and
quality of life in this neighborhood
for the past 21 years?
Why don't these people, and those
who attended their 1/24/09
meeting work with the
BPCNA which is responsible for
the creation of Buckingham Pond
Park in 1994?
Just read our BPNANEWS
in particular the posting relating
to Buckingham Pond:
2007 12/3, 10/26, 10/06, 5/3, 4/7
2006 8/5, 6/23, 5/2, 4/10
2006 11/29, 11/14, 10/2, 8/7, 4/27, 4/20, 2/7
and the posting for 11/23/05
which contains a statement of the goals
and objectives of the BPCNA as well
as a list of accomplishments, including
creation of Buckingham Pond park.
Any rational person will conclude that
all that is necessary is for persons who
want to improve Buckingham Pond Park
is to volunteer for the Park Committee
of this Assocation. To study and select
the best ideas from what has already been
posted here and get to work making those
ideas a reality.
We suspect that those who seek to form
this "Buckingham Pond Conservancy"
have ulterior motives.
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
***********INVASIVE SPECIES INVADES
BUCKINGHAM POND HABITAT
Any neighborhood residents who
genuinely want to maintain and
improve the residential integrity
and quality of life in this neighborhood
including Buckingham Pond Park
are invited to contact me.
Scroll down to 1/17/09 post this blog
for a statement of BPCNA neighborhood
priorities for 2009.
There is plenty to volunteer for.
HAPPY GROUND HOG DAY, FEB 2.
Labels: Buckingham Pond Park