UNN virtual community meeting:
April 21 at 7 pm
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link. The link will be sent to members on the morning of the meeting.
On the agenda:
* Slow Sanchez design input and program updates
* A proposed housing development in the open space at Diamond Street and Diamond Heights Blvd
* Upper Noe Neighbors Elections
Slow Sanchez Permanence is Imminent
Program Director Shannon Hake joins us to discuss the process for Slow Sanchez development and to listen to your input.
In the meantime, SFMTA is currently taking input on what design features to incorporate. Please visit the Sanchez Slow Street Permanence Virtual Open House and scroll way down the page to take the embedded survey Sanchez Street – Permanent Slow Street Design Feedback .
You may also participate in a virtual meeting with program leaders.on Wednesday, April 14 at 2 p.m..
1900 Diamond Street Development
24 market rate homes are proposed to replace the open space at the intersection of Diamond St and Diamond Heights Blvd. What are the merits and concerns about this project? Join us for presentations and discussion.
The present UNN Board has agreed to continue service for another year should the membership approve. However, at-large board positions are available and members are encouraged to participate. Please contact Olga Milan-Howells at email@example.com .
Looking forward to seeing you online on April 21.