On August 11, 2020, the EVNA Board of Directors approved an amendment to the EVNA Bylaws, expanding the boundaries of the EVNA. Per our bylaws, all amendments must be approved by a vote of the membership.
At the EVNA's September 24, 2020 meeting, we plan to hold a membership vote on the following amendment. All additions are in red, and deletions are
ARTICLE II. BOUNDARIES
Section 1. Associational Boundaries
The boundaries of this Association for its sphere of action shall be the area within
Church the corner of Dolores Street and Market Street on the East Side South along Dolores Street to 18th Street; 18th Street to Church Street; South along Church Street to 22nd Street; West along 22nd Street on the South Side to where it would hit Market Street; then along and Market Street (inclusive of both sides of the street) on the West Side and North Side to Douglass Street; North on Douglass Street to States Street; the entirety of States Street between Levant Street and Castro Street; the entirety of Flint Street and 16th Street West of Castro Street; South from 16th Street on Castro Street to Market Street; and East along Market Street to Church Dolores Street. The boundaries include properties along both sides of all streets within the EVNA boundaries.
All other bylaws will remain unchanged at this time.
Please take a look at tonight's newsletter to learn more about our public panel on Tuesday, July 21 at 7:00 p.m. You can read it here. We will be joined by District Attorney Chesa Boudin, District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton, SF Human Rights Commission Exec. Director Sheryl Evans Davis, Pastor Danté Quick, Ph.D, and U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler.
You can also submit questions for the panel ahead of time at our Slido page! Just enter code #EVNAJuly.
Hope to see you at the panel on Tuesday!
Alex Lemberg, President
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As the city slowly begins to open back up, there is a deluge of new pre-application meetings, construction permit applications, and attendant discretionary review hearings in the near future.
Please look through the notices by address to see if there's anything of interest to you. All dates are either hearing dates, meeting dates, or discretionary review submission deadlines.
The following are all upcoming dates for permits submitted in our neighborhood.
For 22 Henry Street, there will be a pre-application meeting on June 1.
For the other three addresses (4735 19th St.; 178 Douglass St.; and 357 Cumberland St.) discretionary reviews for the plans submitted must be submitted to the Planning Department by June 1, June 10, and June 11, respectively.
The EVNA receives all notifications for planning and land use hearings, reviews, and pre-application notices for the Castro, Duboce Triangle, Corona/Ashbury Heights, and surrounding areas.
This post contains links to copies of all notices sent to us with deadlines or hearing dates in the near future.
"Permit App" - Permit Application. This means that a new permit has been applied for. There is a one-month period during which neighbors can submit requests for discretionary review.
"Variance" - This is a project that requires a specific exception to the planning code. An example is a restaurant in a block designated residential.
"Pre-Application Meeting" - This is a courtesy meeting thrown by the property owner to hear feedback and concerns from neighbors.
We will be sending this list out every two weeks or so.