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New Owners Spruce Up Neighborhood Favorite


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Longtime University Heights coffee house Mystic Mocha has recently sold to a couple, Francis Weidinger and Natalie Buczkowski. Francis and Natalie have years of industry experience, having worked in such restaurants as Rainwater’s and Top of the Cove.

They have already started on upgrades, including new paint and additional outside seating. The couple also plans to start serving a variety of food items made with organic ingredients (as much as possible), including salsa, chorizo, chilaquiles, muffins and scones.

Coffee comes from Cafe Motto in Barrio Logan and is organic and fair trade. Francis can make 25 different mochas, the original idea behind Mystic Mocha. Stop by to see what’s new, and be sure to order one of their delicious drinks and food items!

Our Community – Our Future
University Heights straddles both the North Park and Uptown planning areas, and the Community Plans for both areas are being updated for the first time since 1988. These updates will set the course for a number of important areas in UH over the next 25 years.

The City of San Diego Planning Department is requesting comments from the City’s officially-recognized community planning groups for Uptown and North Park by mid-November 2015, and from the community at-large by October 5, 2015.

You can either provide input at the regularly scheduled meetings of Uptown Planners and the North Park Planning Committee, or by providing comments via email or postal service directly to Marlon Pangilinan, who staffs both planning groups:

Marlon I. Pangilinan
Senior Planner
City of San Diego Planning Department
1222 First Avenue MS-413
San Diego, CA 92101
mpangilinan@sandiego.gov

Download the Uptown Community Plan draft
Download the North Park Community Plan draft

Learn more about the historical boundaries of University Heights here.

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VOLUNTEER FOCUS

The University Heights community is working in partnership with neighbors and our local SDPD to reduce crime and improve the quality of life in our area by starting a local Block Watch programs. It's like Neighborhood Watch, but localized to your own block. Interested in starting your own Block Watch?

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