Kicks Off New Program
WPNNA is proud to announce the adoption of a Neighborhood
Beautification Program, which will be self-funding.
The primary purpose of WPNNA is to provide security
for its membership. In an effort to expand its community
services, the Board is moving forward with beautification
projects submitted by its membership that will be
handled by a Special Projects Committee.
WPNNA members are encouraged to participate in this
program. The results will be an improved neighborhood
of which we can all be proud. Don't delay, provide
your project ideas now. Here are some details.
The WPNNA will set aside approximately $3,000
per year, which primarily will be funded by the
sale of advertisements appearing in our newsletter.
Neighbors may apply for grants, with the expectation
that most will be focused on the upgrade of common
areas of our WPNNA, which include street entrances,
unkempt areas contiguous to neighborhood border,
and cul-de-sac centers.
Proposal Process: Applicant (membership in WPNNA
is a requirement) will propose budget for a specific
project related to common area development. Project
will be submitted to the Special Projects Committee
for approval or rejection.
Once approved by the Committee, the project
will be forwarded to the Board for approval
or rejection. Applicant will be invited to
attend committee meeting as well as subsequent
board meeting in order to provide clarification,
if necessary. The total grant for any single
project will not exceed $500. Once approved,
the Applicant will be responsible for implementation
of the project. Upon completion of the project,
Applicant will submit invoice for reimbursement
of expenses with appropriate documentation.
Board members may apply for a grant. Board
member will excuse himself/herself from voting
upon their application.
Projects will be evaluated as received. The
budget process allows for a total of six projects
per year if all projects ask for the maximum
amount possible (Six times $500 equals $3,000,
which is our total budget). If fund is exhausted
prior to the end of year, remaining applications
will be evaluated for participation in the
grant program for the following calendar year.
grant application may be accessed by clicking here
may be directed to Tom Frolik at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Nancy Davis at email@example.com
or Kathryn Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org.