Join us at Rolando Park Elementary for our April meeting! The meeting will begin at 7 PM and is held in the multipurpose room.
This meeting will focus on community service within Rolando Park, one of the identified areas of focus from the January general meeting.
Projects on the agenda include:
The Zena Canyon Clean Up
Fruit & Produce Drive
Developing a Community Resource Packet
The Rolando "Rocks" Movement
Developing a Community Slogan
Supporting Rolando Park Elementary
Organizing a Community Yard Sale
YOUR fabulous ideas!
We look forward to seeing you there and hearing your input. Remember, neighbors make the neighborhood! We are working hard to put YOU into our community, so bring a friend and help someone else get involved.
Come and hear local historian Jim Newland enlighten us on the history of Rolando Park. Mr. Newland is an historian with the California State Parks Department. This should be a great presentation. Find out all you ever wanted to know and more about our neighborhood.
REDISTRICTING COMMISSION TO HOLD ADDITIONAL MEETING AUGUST 22
Additional meeting scheduled for final deliberations on City Council districts map
WHEN: MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 2011 AT 2:00 P.M.
WHERE: City Council Chambers, 12th Floor
City Administration Building, 202 C Street, 92101
The Redistricting Commission voted yesterday to hold an additional meeting on Monday, August 22, to continue discussion on the final boundaries for San Diego City Council districts.
At this time, the Commission is still scheduled to vote on a final plan on Thursday, August 25, that would put into place nine new City Council districts effective for the next ten years. The final plan requires 5 aye votes out of the 7-member Commission.
On Saturday, September 17, 2011 an expected 10,000 volunteers will join forces to clean up San Diego in the 27th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day. You can be a part of this important environmental cleanup project and not even leave your neighborhood! Rolando Park's Zena Canyon is one of the 85 inland and coastal cleanup sites. This year's theme is "Bring Your Own." In order to reduce the amount of waste volunteers produce during the event (water bottles, garbage bags, etc.) we are asking volunteers to bring a bucket or pail to collect the garbage, your own work and/or sanitary gloves and refillable water bottles. We will have plenty of water and these items available if you can't bring your own.
This is a great opportunity to get community service or volunteer hours for school or work as well as a patch for Boy or Girl Scouts. There will be forms for service hour verification at the site, however Scout patch ordering will be done online after the event--no pre-printed form this year! To pre-register, get waiver forms or learn more, please visit www.cleanupday.org. All ages are welcome so please join us on Saturday, September 17th from 9am to noon at the Zena Canyon entrance located on Zena Drive at Meridian.