The Red Bank Neighborhood Pride Association (NPA) is hosting the final meeting of the year. It will be at the Red Bank Community Center behind Erlanger North at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 12.
The guest speaker is Greg James, the new Codes Enforcement officer for the City of Red Bank. All residents of Red Bank are encouraged to come and hear him speak about his new position. It will also be the meeting in which new officers for 2013 are nominated and elected.
Officials said, "The Red Bank Neighborhood Pride Association is a grass-roots organization made up of volunteers who are interested in knowing and engaging neighbors to make the community better. Red Bank is an affordable community with homes that have character and is within minutes of downtown and the Northshore. It is a place to call home. All residents of Red Bank are welcome to join the meetings. All Red Bank property owners are eligible to nominate and vote on officers."
Carla Quinn, chairwoman of Red Bank NPA said, “All Red Bank residents should be aware of what the city is doing to enforce codes. The Neighborhood Pride Association is committed to strong ties within the city in order to make our neighborhoods friendly and appealing to other. If you want to get involved, join us!”