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Draft Survey TRIAL ONLY, INPUTS WILL BE DISCARDED UNTIL STUDY GOES LIVE
On October 29th, Supervisor Scott Wiener introduced legislation to the Board of Supervisors to amend the Planning and Administrative Codes to allow Construction of In-Law Units in Existing Residential Buildings or Auxiliary Structures on the Same Lot. These new housing units would be under rent control if any unit in the building is currently under rent control.
The Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association (EVNA) is conducing a survey to determine whether residents support or oppose AT&T's proposed installation of large communication boxes. Please review the details and respond YES or NO in the survey below.
Castro/Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association provides a public forum for the people who live, work, and play in the greater Eureka Valley area to discuss common issues and concerns, and help develop solutions to improve the neighborhood. Join EVNA by clicking the “Join” tab.
Goals of EVNA:
•Protect and enhance the character of the neighborhood, its historic resources and significant topographic features and open space
•Ensure that growth, development, and public access are compatible with and meet the needs of residents and the business community
Castro/EVNA Public Meetings are the fourth Wednesday of Jan., Mar., May, Jul., Sep. and the annual meeting is the second Wednesday of Nov. at 7PM in the Castro Community Room, 501 Castro at 18th!
* Upcoming Board Meetings: December 11 at Alan's home; January 8, 2014 and February 12 at Chase Bank Community Room (15th & Sanchez) No meeting in November due to Annual Meeting on November 13.
* Upcoming Planning Committee Meeting: December 4 at Chase
* Upcoming Quality of Life Committee Meeting, November 20 and December 18
Members and the Public are welcome to attend Board and committee meetings.
At the October 9, 2013 Board of Director’s meeting a change to the Bylaws was proposed to modify Article VIII, section 4 of the Bylaws concerning chairpersons serving on the Board of Directors. By a vote of 7, it was approved and is recommended for ratification by the membership.
EVNA Slate of Officers and Directors for ratification by membership, Wednesday, November 13, 2013. With membership approval, we will elect the whole slate in one vote. Or we’ll vote on each candidate individually. Brief Bios of each Officer and Board Member candidate is available in our current newsletter at http://evna.org/news
President: Alan Beach-Nelson, Castro St., a returning Officer candidate
Secretary: Rob Cox, Hartford St., a returning Officer candidate