Sustainable Hancock Project Presentation - Thursday, December 6th 7:00 - 8:30

Come see a SUSTAINABLE FUTURE designed for Hancock!

You’re invited to contribute to an academic sustainable design and planning project led by graduate students of the Community & Regional Planning program at The University of Texas at Austin. Graduate students are investigating different aspects of the Hancock Neighborhood such as housing, mobility, economic development, and environmental and cultural resources. With community participation, they will be developing design and planning ideas for the future of the neighborhood.

The students invite all community members, adults and children to the Final Design Presentation at the Hancock Recreation Center, located at 811 East 41st Street. Your input is invaluable to this shared learning experience, and your presence at the event is greatly appreciated.

FINAL DESIGN PRESENTATION

Thursday, December 6 | 7 - 8:30 PM

Join UT Community and Regional Planning graduate students as they present their semester-long design projects that promote the livable, vibrant and sustainable future of the Hancock neighborhood.

Enjoy light refreshments as you participate!

For more information, please contact Professor Ming-Chun Lee at:

mingchun@austin.utexas.edu or (512) 475-6158.

Hancock Luminaria Trail December 7 & 8

Please mark your calendars for Hancock Recreation Center's FREE annual Holiday Candle Trail Event...

* Friday, December 7

* Saturday, December 8

* Dusk-9pm

Join your neighbors and family on Friday, December 7 and Saturday, December 8 from dusk until 9pm to walk the trails of thousands of luminarias on and around Hancock Recreation Center and Golf Course. Enjoy hot chocolate, holiday carols, and a visit from a special guest around 7pm. FREE for the family!

Hancock Recreation Center is located at 811 East 41st Street (on the corner of 41st Street and Red River, right in the middle of the Hancock Golf Course). If you have any questions about the event, please contact Hancock at (512) 453-7765.

Rick Kocian

Austin Parks and Recreation Department

Hancock Recreation Center

(512) 453-7765

Minutes of the HNA General Membership meeting November 14, 2012

Pack Zia 11-20-12 Letter to Cutsinger & Ross

Perry Estate Survey Results

Also viewable directly in HTML here: https://www.hancockna.org/www/node/159

Meeting Minutes for Perry Special Committee Meeting - 11-7-2012

Mike Hirsch 11-17-12 Letter to Harris Ave Developers

Notice of Public Hearing - Certificate of Appropriateness 4104 Duval

Hancock Neighborhood Association Agenda – November 14, 2012

Hancock Neighborhood Association Agenda – November 14, 2012
Approval of Minutes from September Meeting
President’s Notes
Perry Estate Committee Report
Parks Committee Report
Zoning Committee Report
CANPAC Report
Discussion on Harris Avenue Development
Publications Committee Report
Treasurer’s Report
Nominations for 2013 Officers
Old Business
New Business
Announcements
Adjourn

Design Charrette Thursday, November 15, 7 - 9 PM

DEAR HANCOCK RESIDENTS --

You’re invited to contribute to an academic sustainable design and planning project led by graduate students of the Community & Regional Planning program at The University of Texas at Austin. Graduate students are investigating different aspects of the Hancock Neighborhood such as housing, mobility, economic development, and environmental and cultural resources. With community participation, they will be developing design and planning ideas for the future of the neighborhood.

The students invite all community members, adults and children to the Design Charrette at the Hancock Recreation Center, located at 811 East 41st Street. Your input is invaluable to this shared learning experience, and your presence at the event is greatly appreciated.

DESIGN CHARRETTE
Thursday, November 15 | 7 - 9 PM

Join UT students and Hancock neighbors in a series of fun mapping exercises that will allow us to envision the future of the Hancock neighborhood. Students will also share their ideas on innovative ways to preserve the Hancock neighborhood as a livable and sustainable place. Enjoy refreshments as you participate!

For more information, please contact Professor Ming-Chun Lee at:
mingchun@austin.utexas.edu or (512) 475-6158.

http://www.facebook.com/sustainablehancock

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