Date Change: Sawmill/Wells Park Sector Plan Amendments

The The Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) has changed the date to consider the Sawmill/Wells Park Sector Plan Amendments to Thursday, January 8, at 8:30 am. Location: Plaza del Sol hearing room at 600 2nd Street NW.

The City of Albuquerque adopted the Sawmill Wells Park  Sector Development Plan in 1996 and has amended the plan several times to reflect changed and changing conditions.  In response to additional new developments proposed in the area, the neighborhood voiced concerns about traffic impacts and circulation.

To maintain the intent of the sector plan with respect to connectivity and traffic, efforts began several years ago to draft transportation amendments for the plan. The amendments were also intended to manage cut-through traffic, recommend traffic calming measures, and establish standards for Complete Streets that serve all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users and vehicles.

Click here to view the amendment document. Click here for more information on the EPC meeting.

You can email your comments and suggestions about the amendment to Vicente Quevedo, vquevedo@cabq.gov  The deadline for comments and suggestions is Tuesday, January 6, at 9 am.

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No Meeting This Month

This is a reminder that there will be no Wells Park Neighborhood Association meeting this month. Have a wonderful holiday season!

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Reminder: Sawmill/Wells Park Sector Plan Amendments

The City of Albuquerque adopted the Sawmill Wells Park  Sector Development Plan in 1996 and has amended the plan several times to reflect changed and changing conditions.  In response to additional new developments proposed in the area, the neighborhood voiced concerns about traffic impacts and circulation.

To maintain the intent of the sector plan with respect to connectivity and traffic, efforts began several years ago to draft transportation amendments for the plan. The amendments were also intended to manage cut-through traffic, recommend traffic calming measures, and establish standards for Complete Streets that serve all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users and vehicles.

The Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) will consider the amendments on Thursday, December 11, at 8:30 am. Location: Plaza del Sol hearing room at 600 2nd Street NW.

Click here to view the amendment document. Click here for more information on the EPC meeting.

You can email your comments and suggestions about the amendment to Vicente Quevedo, vquevedo@cabq.gov  The deadline for comments and suggestions is Tuesday, December 9, at 9 am.

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APD and the City will be using Nextdoor.com

The Albuquerque Police Department will be utilizing Nextdoor.com in an effort to facilitate virtual neighborhood watches and help foster police-to-neighborhood communications. The City of Albuquerque will also be using it to provide important updates and information to our neighborhood.

Click here to find out more About Nextdoor. Click here to sign up.

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Monthly meeting moved to Factory on 5th Art Space. 1715 5th St. NW due to Holiday

Wells Park Neighborhood Association
Nov. 11, 2014
6:30 PM
Factory on 5th Art Space (The Kosmos)
1715 5th St. NW – (just before the tracks on the left – north of Aspen

Introductions – 5 Min.

Approve Agenda, Approve Minute

  1. Police Report – 10 min
  2. Public Comment – 10 min
  3. Zoning – Jerry

Project 1010258 Tractor Brewing requests a special exception for conditional use to allow retail sales of alcohol for off premise consumption.

Consensus Planning has submitted a request to the EPC for a zone map amendment for Bow and Arrow Brewing Co. Request to change zoning to SU-1/ SU-2 from S-MI for craft brewery including on and off premise sale of beer and wine at 608 McKnight.

  1. Traffic update
  2. Halloween Treat Donation
  3. “The Messengers” donation
  4. Board Holiday Dinner -
  5. Old Business
  6. New Business
  7. Next Meeting
  8. Adjourn

** Thank you for attending the Wells Park Neighborhood Association monthly Board of Directors meeting. To ensure an efficient and productive meeting, association members, and other members of the public may address the board during the public comment section of the meeting or when recognized by the chair.  Members of the board shall conduct all motions, seconds, discussion and voting.   The public, with board approval may suggest agenda items.  Thank you for attending and your interest in the Wells Park Neighborhood.

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Public Meeting on Complete Streets Ordinance

Complete Streets Ordinance public meeting announcementCity Councilor Isaac Benton invites you to a public meeting on the proposed Complete Streets Ordinance

When: 6:00 pm Wednesday, November 5

Where: Council Committee Room (9th floor of the City/County Government Bldg – 1 Civic Plaza NW)

Why: Public presentation and Q & A on O-14-27 Complete Streets Ordinance

Click on image for more details.

You can email your comments and suggestions about the Complete Streets Ordinance to Vicente Quevedo, vquevedo@cabq.gov

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Sawmill/Wells Park Sector Plan Amendments

The City of Albuquerque adopted the Sawmill Wells Park  Sector Development Plan in 1996 and has amended the plan several times to reflect changed and changing conditions.  In response to additional new developments proposed in the area, the neighborhood voiced concerns about traffic impacts and circulation.

To maintain the intent of the sector plan with respect to connectivity and traffic, efforts began several years ago to draft transportation amendments for the plan. The amendments were also intended to manage cut-through traffic, recommend traffic calming measures, and establish standards for Complete Streets that serve all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users and vehicles.

The Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) will consider the amendments on Thursday, December 11, at 8:30 am. Location: Plaza del Sol hearing room at 600 2nd Street NW.

Click here to view the amendment document. Click here for more information on the EPC meeting.

You can email your comments and suggestions about the amendment to Vicente Quevedo, vquevedo@cabq.gov

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