Newsletter

The NNA publishes free newsletters on a quarterly basis. To be added to the postal mailing list or to advertise in the Northside newsletter, contact us. You can also access the current newsletter and all newsletters archived back five years online. Simply click on the edition you want to view (requires acrobat). If you would like hard copies of back issues dating back more than five years, please email us. Hard copies are available for $5.

The newsletter files are large so they may take a long time to download using a non-broadband connection. PLEASE BE PATIENT.

2010:
Issue Spring 2010 (3.5MB)
Issue Winter 2010 (2.8MB)

2009:
Issue Fall 2009 (820KB)
Issue Summer 2009 (1.5MB)
Issue Spring 2009 (1.7MB)
Issue Winter 2009 (4.9MB)

2008:
Issue Fall 2008 (3.6MB)
Issue Spring 2008 (5.2MB)
Issue Winter 2008 (2.6MB)

2007:
2007 back issues coming soon.

2006:
Issue Spring 2006 (2.0MB) - temporarily removed
Issue Winter 2006 (2.0MB)

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News

Pict Mar. 19—We have posted the City of San Jose's "Draft Environmental Impact Report For San Jose Flea Market General Plan Amendment and Planned Development Rezoning" here.
Pict Feb. 13—Listen to Backesto Park and Backesto Fountain audio commentary from Joe Golda and Nat Robinson on [murmur] by clicking here or here. Learn more about the [murmur] project here.
Pict Jan. 31—The NNA has launched its new website and has teamed up with the 13th St NAC and other neighborhood groups to take an even more proactive stance in our city. Please look around and get used to the new format. There are still some pages being updated, but we should have everything mostly done by the end of this week. We will be updating the site once or twice a month with pertinent information.
Pict Jan. 31—During his first month in office, District 3 Councilman Sam Liccardo initiated monthly District 3 Neighborhood Advisor Group (NAG) Meetings. The kickoff meeting went well as Sam expressed his desire to ensure that District 3 residents are heard. The meetings are open to all residents of District 3. More information will be posted about the next meeting when it is solidified. Otherwise, stay tuned to the e-mail group for more information.

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