Monthly Archives: January 2014

February Meeting: Focus on Local Businesses & UH Branch Library

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What do American Voodoo, Twiggs, Lafayette Hotel, Bourbon Street, Original Skin and Body Care, and other local businesses have in common with Valentine’s Day and our soon-to-be 100-year-old library? We love them!

At our February 6th meeting, these local businesses (and possibly more) will be talking about what they do for Valentine’s Day and why they do it to commemorate the holiday.

Some businesses will be bringing goods to share. Gift cards from each business will also be raffled off to those in attendance. (Lestat’s cannot attend but is donating a gift card.) The funds raised by the raffle will be matched by UHCA and a donation made to the UH Library branch. Librarian Kim Schmidt will briefly speak about April’s 100th birthday celebration at the end of the meeting when winners of the raffle are announced.

So, step up to the plate and show some love for our local businesses and library. After all, we were the first library to have a Park Boulevard address!

Note: UHCA monthly meetings are now held at 6:45 pm so there is no conflict with the children’s program in the Birney auditorium.

Park & Adams Ave Neighborhood Meeting Re-scheduled

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The January 9th Meeting for Residents and Businesses Near Park and Adams Ave has been cancelled. The next group meeting will take place on Thursday, February 13th, 6 pm at 4603 Park Blvd. The speaker will be Jennifer Hill, Supervising Agent of the San Diego Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Office.

Local Trenching Activity
Trenching is currently taking place on various segments of Park and El Cajon boulevards to install traffic signal infrastructure for the Mid-City Rapid bus line. The duration of the trenching activities depend on the underground conditions. As a result, the work schedule may be subject to change. Wherever on-street parking is affected by the trenching, No Parking signs will be posted in advance of the work. For more information, visit KeepSanDiegoMoving.com/MidCityRapid and click on the Construction Notices tab.