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EVNA Members, please read below of several events of interest that we have just learned about. Some are very short fused: EVNA Community Quality of Life Meeting 6/15 Please join Mayor Lee's Fix-It Director Sandra Zuniga and other City officials to discuss Quality of Life concerns in our neighborhood. Eureka Valley Recreation Center 100 Collingwood Street, San Francisco Wednesday, June 15th, 6:30pm to 8pm This meeting is called to gather our neighborhood concerns and create a Castro/Market area action plan that several City agencies can address. Participating agencies include: - San Francisco Police Department - Public Health - Public Works - Public Utilities Commission - Recreation and Parks and the Municipal Transit Agency. Please see the flyer for this event at evna.org/2016/06/14/774/ — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Just prior to the Qualify of Life meeting above, the CBD is holding the first ever Castro Bazaar featuring local artists from 4-6pm in Jane Warner Plaza. Please read more about this event on our website at evna.org/2016/06/14/6152016-castro-bazaar/ — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 6/22/2016 - SFMTA Community Input Session. Muni wants your input to better communicate with all riders. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is updating its Public Participation Plan, which guides SFMTA’s efforts in reaching out to the public and providing opportunities for gathering input on its services, projects and programs. Castro Merchants and the Upper Market Alliance are assisting SFMTA by organizing a Community Input Session to collect feedback from our members that are: 1) San Francisco residents 2) Ride or are familiar with Muni If this describes you, please consider participating in the Community Input Session to provide input to ensure SFMTA is using the most effective methods possible to reach and engage the public. The Community Input Session is scheduled for: June 22nd from 6:30PM-7:30PM
Castro Community Meeting Room
501 Castro at 18th Street, 2nd Floor above Bank of America Members who attend the Community Input Session can enter a drawing to receive a $50 Clipper Card if they complete a separate survey. If you are interested in attending, please contact Annie Dulka at (510)637-8690 or email@example.com. Read more/updated info about this event on our website at evna.org/2016/06/14/6222016-sfmta-community-input-session/ ................................................................ Too much stuff in your email? We can understand - visit evna.org/ciao if you really want off our Eureka announcement list.
EVNA members are invited to join in on the fun of the first ever Castro Bazaar featuring local artists, on June 15th
Dear --name, The board of directors of the Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association has voted to endorse Proposition C. If approved by San Francisco voters on June 7, 2016, Proposition C will: 1. Increase the affordable housing requirement for private housing developers. 2. Require for the first time the creation of middle-income housing as a portion of inclusionary units. 3. Restore authority to adjust future affordable housing requirements to the Board of Supervisors and Mayor. Here are additional details for those interested in reading further: Proposition C increases the on-site affordable housing requirement for projects of 25 or more units: 1. Increases on-site affordable housing requirements from 12% to 25%. Prop C returns the on-site requirement to 15% affordable for low-income households, and adds a new 10% affordable to moderate/middle-income households. 2. Establishes the first-ever requirement for affordable housing for middle-income households. Prop C mandates that at least 10% of on-site units be affordable to moderate/middle-income households, allowing San Franciscans earning salaries in the range of public service workers, clerical workers, school teachers, and bus drivers, to find stable long-term housing in the City. 3. Encourages developers to opt for on-site mixed-income housing. For those developers who elect not to provide mixed-income affordable housing on-site, Prop C increases the amounts for an “in-lieu” fee and an off-site development alternative from 20 to 33 percent. Proposition C also amends the City Charter, restoring the ability of the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor to change affordable housing requirements by ordinance. This is an essential “good government” provision that lets the city match housing requirements with future economic conditions; determine need and household income levels by neighborhood; and ensure that the maximum number of affordable units are built. ................................................................ Too much stuff in your email? We can understand - visit evna.org/ciao if you really want off our Eureka announcement list.
Dear EVNA Members On behalf of Board President, Crispin Hollings and the entire EVNA Board, thank you for being a part of EVNA. The May-June edition of EVNA's newsletter is available online at EVNA.org. Click here to access it: evna.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/eur2016-05.pdf. REMINDER: CASTRO/EVNA’S NEXT BIMONTHLY PUBLIC MEETING TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 7 to 8:30 pm Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy Auditorium, 19th & Collingwood Agenda 7:00-7:15 - Introductions and committee updates 7:15-7:30 - CleanPowerSF Presentation 7:30-7:45 - SFMTA Neighborhood Projects 7:45-8:30 - San Francisco Bay Area Renters' Federation (SF BARF) presentation We hope to see you Wednesday night. Best, Alan ______________________________________________________________________ alan beach-nelson | immediate past president | Castro/Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association The neighborhood association for the Castro, Upper Market and all of Eureka Valley since 1881 PO Box 14137, San Francisco, CA 94114 | Alan.Beach@EVNA.org | 415.244.5152 _____________________________________________________________________ ................................................................ Too much stuff in your email? We can understand - visit evna.org/ciao if you really want off our Eureka announcement list.
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