Please join us at our Fall kick-off meeting on Monday, September 28th via Zoom. Delegates will receive the meeting link and unique passcode about a week in advance. If you’d like to attend as a guest, please email the WTPCC-Officers@googlegroups.com at least 48 hours in advance. DELEGATES: Please plan on
Please join us at our Virtual June meeting on Monday 6/22 starting at 7:30pm. We will cover the following topics: Rich Hillis the Director of SF Planning will provide an update on the City’s 2020 and Beyond development plansSupervisor Yee’s staff on District 7 Homeless Sheltering plans.Land Use Committee on
In Spring of 2020, the West of Twin Peaks Central Council member organizations voted to change our Bylaws to enable the council to meet and conduct business virtually. Until the pandemic recedes, the council will be holding both general meetings and committee meetings via Zoom Video Conferencing. Delegates and guest
Please join us at our February meeting on Monday 2/24 starting at 7:30pm. We’ll be hearing an update on the proposed Downtown SF “Congestion Pricing” study by the CTA/MTA as well as meeting our new District Attorney Chesa Boudin, and getting an update on the Planned Development Areas. This will
During the June 24th meeting of the council, we held our annual election and are happy to announce the following officers for the 2019-2020 term. President: Mark Scardina of Ingleside Terraces Homes Association, will begin his second termVice-President: Dena Aslanian-Williams of Forest Hill Association, will begin her second termSecretary: Stephen
The VP of Stop Crime SF, Joel Engardio, will present the focus of his citizen advocacy and action organization which counts among its members westside HOAs. The new Land Use Committee will report in the current SF Housing legistalion status. Hear about the August DA Candidate Forum and sponsor opportunity.
District 7 Supervisor and President of the Board, Norman Yee will join us to discuss SB-50 and the activities happening around it at City Hall. We’ll also be joined by representatives from CleanPowerSF to discuss enrollment options. We will also get an update on the proposed $500M SF Housing Bond.
Please join us at our first meeting of the year, Monday January 28th. We have an excellent agenda that should have each of you in attendance. If you cannot attend please see that your organization sends an alternate. You may freely circulate this agenda within your group and I encourage
Join us at our November meeting on Monday the 26th @ 7:30pm at the Forest Hill Clubhouse, where we’ll get an update on the El Rey Development project, hear from SFPD on neighborhood crime and their response, discuss upcoming D7 Participatory budgeting as well as NERT activities. We’ll also address
With the election coming up we have guests representing both sides of Proposition 10, Affordable Housing Act to explain its impact on single family homes and field your questions. We also welcome back SF Assessor, Carmen Chu, introducing the new Family Wealth Forum education series and what’s new in estate