Come one, Come all
The Friends of Noe Valley invites you to an evening get together with three city representatives who will give us the low down on what is happening in the City, District 8, and Noe Valley in particular.
The meeting will be held at the Noe Valley Ministry on Monday, March 23rd from 7pm to 8:30pm. The Ministry is located at 1021 Sanchez Street between Elizabeth and 23rd streets. Mark your calendar.
Heading the agenda is Rafael Mandelman who represents District 8 on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Supervisor Mandelman chairs the Board’s Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee and is a member of the Budget and Finance, Budget and Appropriations, County Transportation and the Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency committees. Bring your questions. Bring your concerns.
Also attending is Jessica Closson the San Francisco Police Department Community Liaison for Crime Prevention and Safety for District 8. Jessica works closely with Supervisor Rafael Mandelman’s office, SFPD, and other city groups to address crime and safety issues. Jessica is also a neighbor as she lives right here in Noe Valley. You can read all about her in the January 2020 Noe Valley Voice. Come meet Jessica and find out how she is ready to take on the challenges of District 8 and Noe Valley.
Rounding out the group is Paul Lupino from MONS – the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services. Paul is the liaison for community outreach and constituent services for Noe Valley (and several other neighborhoods) focusing on helping residents address issues they face. Each month Paul will host office hours in a public space in Noe Valley. Come and learn where and when you can meet and chat with Paul each month.
Friends of Noe Valley is an organization of people who believe that knowing your neighbors creates community and that creating community is key to having a safe and vibrant neighborhood. Join us on Monday, March 23rd and connect to your neighborhood by connecting to its people.