The Rolando Park Community Council (RPCC) is looking for a few good neighbors willing so serve on the 2015 RPCC board. These neighbors will help to keep Rolando Park a great place to live and make it even better.
Have YOU considered getting involved? Now is the time to ask questions.
We are looking at position sharing where a couple could fill one position together. Let us know if you want to be active in Rolando Park.
When you see new stop signs going in, new sidewalks being constructed and get to read or hear the latest information from the City it is due to the behind the scenes work of caring neighbors who bring our needs to the attention of the appropriate City officials.
Experienced board members will be there in 2015 to work side by side with new board members. Come join us. You can respond to this message or email firstname.lastname@example.org your questions or comments.
Friday, September 12, 2014
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Agenda for the September 8th, 7 PM Rolando Park Community Council meeting at Rolando Park Elementary School
· 7:00 Call to order
o Introduction of Fiona Maguire - new board secretary
o Minutes of June meeting – Fiona – waive due to packed agenda
o Treasurer’s report/Membership report - LaVern
o Council business
§ 2015 Nominating committee
§ Building Strength and Community in Rolando Park
§ University Avenue Group next meeting Sat Sept 13 - Betty
§ Canyon Clean Up Saturday Sept 20 – LaVern
§ Changing from 501c4 to 501c3 - Betty
· 7:30 Guest speaker – Dustin Nickerson of the Kroc Center
· 8:00 Regular Guests
o Councilmember’s office – Jimmie Slack – Process to make little College one way street
o SDPD – Officer Hoskins
o Mayor’s office – Darnisha Hunter
o Principal Meng
· Wrap up.
o Monthly event – Lean and Clean Saturday Oct 4, 8:00 AM
o Next meeting - Monday October 13
Posted by Rolando Park Community Council at 10:28 AM
Friday, August 29, 2014
Rolando Park Community Council Meeting Monday September 8, 7 PM at Rolando Park Elementary School, 6620 Marlowe Drive
Summer hiatus is almost over. The board and committees did not stop working during the summer.
The grant committee, led by Gerrie Flaven has been hard at work Building Strength and Community in Rolando Park.
The University Avenue improvement group has been busy meeting and working to support current businesses and find ways to encourage new businesses in our neighborhood. Next meeting of the University Avenue group is Saturday September 13th at 9 AM at a private residence on Bing Street. Let us know if you want to be involved.
Lean and Clean, led by Audrey Ledesma, continued to hold monthly neighborhood clean ups and participated in the University Avenue Clean Up sponsored by Mission Brew Coffee Company. The next Lean and Clean is Saturday September 6 at 8 AM at College and Racine.
Our RPCC September meeting on Monday September 8 will include:
- Dustin Nickerson of the Kroc Center, presenting on all their wonderful programs
- Gerrie Flaven filling us in on The San Diego Foundation grant activities
- Presentation of the RPCC nominating committee - Board elections for the 2015 year will be held in November.
- Discussion and vote on board recommendation to change RPCC from a 501c4 to a 501c3
- Announcements from Darnisha Hunter of the Mayor's office, Jimmie Slack from Councilwoman Myrtle Cole's office, Principal Meng of Rolando Park Elementary School and Officer Terry Hoskins of SDPD.
Posted by Rolando Park Community Council at 2:17 AM
Sunday, August 17, 2014
This committee of neighbors is working to promote the existing businesses on University Avenue in Rolando Park and attract new, vibrant businesses to our neighborhood. Improving our business district will improve our property values. Pictured are Fred Erwin, Betty White, Heather Erwin, Audrey Ledesma, Kathryn Kern, Gwen Cook, Warren Simon of the BID Foundation, and Fiona Maguire. Absent were Gerrie Flaven and Margaret Grant.Want to be involved? Email us at email@example.com.
Posted by Rolando Park Community Council at 6:48 AM
Friday, June 27, 2014
Rolando Park Community Council Received a Grant from the Ariel W. Coggeshall Discretionary Fund of The San Diego Foundation
On June 24, 2014 Gerrie Flaven, Kathryn Kern, ShawnaMarie Livingston-Coatney and Betty White represented the RPCC at a reception for grant recipients. The RPCC grant, Building Strength and Community in Rolando Park, was among 19 funded grants. Our thanks to the 9 neighbors who worked on this grant proposal: Ben Bell, Gwen Cook, Kathryn Kern, ShawnaMarie and Paige Livingston-Coatney, Stephanie Roche, Gail Stevens and Betty White. Mr. Rick Sims will be our adviser for the grant.
|Vi Nguyen and her colleagues introduce the grantees.|
|Betty White, Rick Sims, Gerrie Flaven, Kathryn Kern and ShawanMarie Livingston-Coatney|
Additional thanks go to the Ariel W. Coggeshall Discretionary Fund of The San Diego Foundation.
Posted by Rolando Park Community Council at 12:44 PM