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posted Feb 22, 2014, 12:48 PM by CFNA CFNA
Central Foothills Neighborhood Association (CFNA) H2H Survey – coming out this week!
CFNA formed a workgroup committee to represent the neighborhood and work with the City of Boise in planning of the recently purchases 260 acres of foothills open space, known as the Hillside to the Hollow (H2H). This land lies east of Hillside Junior High School, west of Harrison Hollow, and north of Hill Road, and adjoins a major portion of the CFNA area. To gather input on what residents of the CFNA area would like to see as a possible future for this area, the CFNA workgroup created a short survey for your input. The survey will be sent out this week, please take a few moments of your time to complete. Your views are important and we appreciate your input and community participation!

Sorry for the short notice, but please join us for our next CFNA meeting this upcoming Monday – September 23rd: 6:00 PM, Healthwise, Conference Room, 1st Floor, 2601 N. Bogus Basin Rd, Boise, Idaho, 83702.
We have a number of important topics to discuss:
- City of Boise Bond Proposals
- CFNA H2H Survey
- Boise Reinvestment and Mini Grants
- Neighborhood Project: 'Fire Hydrant Face Lifts' - lend a hand/lend a buck - brushes/paint provided
- Neighborhood Watch Update
- Chipper is coming again!
- Set December 2013 CFNA Meeting Date/Looking for Board Members!! We will be holding CFNA Board elections for 2014 at our December Meeting. Please consider contributing your many talents by serving on the Board – your expertise and energy are needed! If you have any questions about the duties/roles of President, Vice-President, and Secretary/Treasurer, please feel free to contact your current Board (Dorothy: #208.342.3575; Joanie: #208.631.4748, Angela:#208.867.6898)

Chipper is Back!!
The City of Boise, in partnership with the BLM and the Southwest Idaho RC&D, are sponsoring another chipper pickup in our neighborhood the next 2 Saturdays: September 21st and September 28th, 9:00 – 5:00 pm. The Chipper Truck will pick up any woody debris from the curbside in front of your house. Only woody landscape waste, less than ten inches (10') in diameter. NO non-landscaping materials please! Woody landscape waste does not need to be bagged, but assembled and curbside for P/U. Questions: contact Julia Grant – Parks, #208-493-2533, or CFNA Board Members at

Neighborhood Watch
Lani Gilmore graciously agreed to serve as our new Neighborhood Watch Coordinator (thank you Lani)! You may have talked with her as she canvassed the neighborhood letting you know about the program and how you would like to be kept informed. Neighborhood Watch strives to build a safe and healthy neighborhood. Through the Neighborhood Watch program you will learn how to prevent and reduce crime, address home and personal security, and build a sense of community in your neighborhood. The City of Boise website posts neighborhood watch information that you can access it anytime: