The agenda for Tuesday’s NAAG meeting will include a variety of beneficial topics including updates from local law enforcement and the fire department, an update on this year’s Arson Watch program, and a presentation from Tom Trombley, Vice President and Chief Historian of the Castle Museum. Another highlight of the October 18 NAAG meeting will be the announcement of the grand prize winner for the 2022 “Best Kept Yard” program. The grand prize winner has been chosen from the monthly neighborhood quadrant winners from June, July, and August. The grand prize winner will win a recognition certificate and a grand prize gift basket with prizes donated from local sponsors.
James Martin, Chief Inspector, commented on the significance of the October NAAG meeting, “As we highlight this year’s quadrant winners and select a grand prize winner for our Best Kept Yard program, we want to say ‘thank you’ to all those residents that have gone above and beyond to take care of their yard. Some of our nominees this year have truly transformed the look of their neighborhoods, and it means a lot when one neighbor recognizes another for their hard work and efforts. This recognition program has not only helped to build pride in our neighborhoods but also unity between neighbors.”
The October NAAG meeting will also allow residents from area neighborhood groups to ask questions of many of our department heads, as we will have representatives from several departments in attendance.
To learn more about your area Neighborhood Association Meeting, visit https://www.saginaw-mi.com/residents/neighborhood_associations/index.php For more information on the October 18, 2022 Neighborhood Association Action Group Meeting at the Castle Museum, please contact the City Manager’s Office, (989) 759-1401.