Monthly Archives: April 2013

Join the Community Planning Conversation

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The City of San Diego is working to update community plans for the greater Uptown and North Park communities, taking a renewed look at where the neighborhoods currently are and where they will be headed in the coming 20 years. Why should you care about community planning? Because the decisions we make this year will guide the future development of our neighborhood – for better or worse.

How much additional residential should we bring into the neighborhood, and where do we put commercial properties? How dense and how tall do we allow buildings? Are there opportunities for parkland or recreation areas? What are the livable and visual character goals we desire for our community?

The May UHCA meeting program will be a discussion of these questions and how they relate to to our community plan. Be sure to join your neighbors at this regularly scheduled UHCA monthly meeting to hear from planners and give your critical opinions and feedback. The discussion will take place on Thursday, May 2, at the San Diego Unified School District Auditorium, 4100 Normal Street, after the Crime Watch report at 6:30 pm.

National Library Week Starts April 15

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What’s happening at the University Heights Library

By Kim Schmidt, Librarian, UH Library

April is an eventful month for the University Heights branch library. It is National Poetry Month, celebrated by libraries and schools throughout the United States. Secondly, Monday, April 15, marks the beginning of National Library Week. With a more local perspective, it also marks the beginning of the San Diego Public Library’s rebranding introduction and campaign. Learn more about the San Diego Public Library system’s new look and programs rolling out in the months ahead.

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Jeans 4 Justice Brunch at Cueva Bar

Jeans 4 Justice (J4J) uses fashion, art, fitness, performance and other creative wellness outlets to engage participants and provide a creative vehicle to deliver sexual violence prevention messaging. By doing so, J4J can access audiences who may not otherwise be reached by prevention programs, and acknowledge the potential in every person to be an agent of social change.

Join Cueva Bar this month for a brunch benefitting San Diego-based J4J.

Cueva Bar
2123 Adams Ave
Brunch: Saturday, April 20, 11 am to 2 pm