A larger-than-ever crowd of more than 200 neighbors enjoyed the Spring Fling on March 4. The adults chatted with long-time and new neighbors, and also with representatives

John Bianco, Ernie’s son, continued the 30-plus-year tradition of running his model trains from Thanksgiving through Christmas Day. Weather permitting, five tracks ran trains every evening

The thirteen parties held this year far exceeded last year’s record of eight. Between Jane Lane’s first (of two) on June 26 and the wind-up on

Thanks go to everyone, the many volunteers as well as the 400+ attendees, who helped make this year’s event such a huge success. Photos were taken

The workshop conducted by Mountain View Trees on June 11 was deemed a great success by the presenters and the attendees. Neighbors had submitted their questions

Approximately 35 residents attended the meeting on June 2 in the community room at 250 Mayfield Ave. After a welcome by MLNA Secretary Alice Hazelgrove, two officers

So many Spring Fling attendees asked the Mountain View Trees folks such good questions that they are offering a workshop on trees especially for our neighborhood.

The Annual Meeting and Board Election will be on Thursday, June 2, at 250 Mayfield Ave. Please participate in the election. If you like what we’re

With the exception of our vice presidents, the current board members have agreed to continue to serve if reelected. The Nominating Committee (Jill Rakestraw, Isaac Taylor,

Every other year three city council members plus staff members from most of the city departments (including police and planning) come to update us on their