UNN virtual community meeting: June 16 at 7 pm
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link for this meeting. The link will be sent to members on the morning of the meeting.
On the agenda:
* Supervisor Mandelman on the budget, mental health services, and small business recovery
* Local merchant status report
* Slow Sanchez permanence update
Mayor Breed recently announced a budget that seeks to be responsive to the City’s most urgent needs as it moves forward on the road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, including significant investments to reduce homelessness, expand mental health support, and support small business. Supervisor Mandelman will address the impact of this upon our neighborhood and the city as a whole.
Local Merchant Status
How did our shops and services do during the pandemic? What are the aspirations for the near future? What can the neighborhood do to support their recovery?
Slow Sanchez Permanence Update
SFMTA presented a draft design and is seeking public comment through June 11. Please visit the Sanchez Slow Street Permanence Virtual Open House to view the design and send them your comments. We will look at how that design meets neighborhood goals.
Looking forward to seeing you online on June 16.