Coaliton for San Francisco Neighborhoods
      June newsletter posted
 

Contact us:

PO Box 320098
San Francisco, CA 94132
(415) 262-0440
CSFN_SF@yahoo.com


WELCOME TO COALITION FOR SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOODS

June Agenda Highlights

Don't forget to renew your CSFN membership!

After former Mayor Art Agnos installs our officers at 7 pm we will have a brief business meeting before moving onto our program. This is our opportunity to hear from you and your organization on your priorities for 2015 and how the Coalition can support your neighborhood in the upcoming year. Please ensure a representative from your organization can participate.

  1. Swearing in of Officers by former Mayor Art Agnos.
  2. Search for new Parliamentarian.
  3. Resolutions:
    1. Oppose the developmet at 1481 Post Street (see newletter).
    2. Oppose eliminating direct service to Genral Hospital on the 33 Haight bus line.
  4. Discuss new treasurer reporting.
  5. Discuss streamlining conduct of monthly meetings.

Bylaws Updated

The bylaws have been updated with changes voted upon in April, 2008. >>

 

 

What We're About... The Historic Beginning of our Organization...

The Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods grew out of concerned neighborhood organizations whose proposals to the Planning Department for amendments to the height and bulk limits were rejected. The San Francisco Foundation gave a small grant to get the Coalition on its way, with SPEAK serving as fiscal agent, and a part time secretary was hired to set up meetings, produce a Newsletter and to recruit neighborhood organizations.

PAR - the Planning Association for the Richmond president, Martin McIntyre convened the first meeting on September 11, 1972, with 47 representatives of neighborhoods present, covering most of San Francisco neighborhoods.

    The Coalition was incorporated in 1991 as a 501(c)4 non profit civic organization with a Board of Directors made up of representatives of member organizations. It has held candidates and issues forums to educate the members and the public. It has, through member participation and lobbying, supported its members on issues affecting the broad community and continues to watch various City departments to insure fair treatment of all city residents.

History of CSFN
Monthly Meetings
Northern Police Station
Turk & Fillmore Streets
(Parking in rear off Turk) Public Transit: Muni #22 Fillmore, 31 Balboa &
38 Geary Lines

3rd Tuesday of each month except Dec at 7 pm

Dec 16 Annual Dinner


Committees

Executive Committee (ExCom)
George Wooding
Mother_ed (at) bigeds.com

Judith Berkowitz
sfjberk (at) mac.com
824-0617

Bylaws
Claire Zvanski (EDIA)

Land Use & Housing
Hiroshi Fukuda
ninersam (at) aol.com
386-2632

Government & Elections
Charles Head (SHARP)
Charlesnhead (at) hotmail.com

Open Space
Nancy Wuerfel
nancenumber1 (at) aol.com
731--6432

R. Albright
621-9621

Water Task Force
Joan Girardot (MCI & POA)
346-5525

Transportation
Mari Eliza (EMIA)

Media Relations
Eileen Boken (SPEAK)