The Neighborhood Association have been copied on a letter that Verizon Wireless will be applying to co-locate a cellular antenna to a PNM Power Pole at the Heritage Hills Park off of Ventura. These existing Power Poles run just over of the parking area of the park, a small equipment box area will be placed nearby and the cluster attached the Power Pole.
This image shows with a red box and red star approximately where the equipment will be placed. A diagram and measurements are available in the PDF attached here: Verizon Heritage Hills Park (PDF).
Additional images provided by the filing include mockups of the existing power poles with the cluster attached, in the document (PDF) here: Verizon PDF Simulated View
Free concert Saturday, April 19 from 6-10:30 p.m.
Courtesy of Bernalillo County
Bernalillo County is proud to present a free concert and stargazing event on Saturday, April 19 at Bachechi Open Space.
The “Jazz Under the Stars” event features music, activities for children, high-powered telescopes, prizes and nature walks at Bachechi Open Space, a 27-acre farm along the Rio Grande bosque.
“Jazz Under the Stars is a great family event, and I want to encourage our community to get to know Bernalillo County’s excellent Open Space program,”Commission Chair Debbie O’Malley says.
Guitarist Ambrose Rivera is scheduled to perform at this free event. Guests are welcome to bring a picnic dinner and enjoy an evening of music under New Mexico’s night sky. (Please note that alcohol is not allowed on county property.)
“Jazz Under the Stars” is hosted by Bernalillo County Open Space, The Albuquerque Astronomical Society and 103.7 The Oasis.
For more information please visit www.bernco.gov/openspace.
Posted by Michael Rowan.
If you’re ready to step into spring and get into the Great American Outdoors then plan ahead for National Park Week 2014.
Usually during National Park Week we get free access to parks for the whole week. This year they seem to be cutting back, as the free admission to parks is only on the opening weekend: April 19 & 20. Still, those fee-free days mean you can enter every one of the country’s 400+ national parks for free – and we’ve got plenty to choose from here in New Mexico! During the Free National Park Days on Saturday April 19 and Sunday April 20, all national parks that usually charge for entry, waive the admission fee and you can explore without paying a cent. It’s a good excuse to plan a day trip to visit a park you don’t know yet, or return to an old favorite, with options from the Grand Canyon to Yosemite. The New Mexico National Parks with free admission on April 19 & 20 include:
Wherever you’re going, check the links above for current conditions at the park in case they have any special weather or other park alerts or info you need to know, and some may be having some additional special (and free) events. Albuquerque’s own Petroglyph National Monument is always free to enter (with a nominal parking fee at Boca Negra Canyon).Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument is always free too. Courtesy Bernalillo County Neighborhood Coordination