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2016 Annual Meeting Notes

posted Apr 27, 2016, 2:01 PM by Ken Tuley
The 2016 annual meeting of SFVNA was held at the Taylor Ranch Library on Sunday April, 24. 
Attendees heard reports on the activities of the association for the past year, and received an update on the progress of protecting the neighborhood from flooding and flood damage. A progress report on the Unser project, including the median landscape portion now underway, revealed a planned completion date mid-June.  More trees are coming along the bike path, and some trees around the park will be removed and replaced. 
Other topics included an update on crime in our neighborhood, not many calls, generally means things are pretty safe. However, having a neighborhood patrol is key in providing a very visible deterrent to crime. We're looking for more volunteers to get trained and to participate in whatever schedule you can in conducting a drive-thru patrol of the neighborhood.
The library reported the Summer reading program beings June 4, sign up even if you don't plan to participate, as it demonstrates support for the library. BTW, our library is one of just a few that is actually open 7 days a week.
We are of course looking for folks to get involved in SFVNA. Remember membership is free and automatic, but it takes a volunteers to accomplish the things our association wants and needs to do to keep our neck of the woods a great place to live.
If you're not already on our email list, please join, so you get the scoop on the happenings as they happen instead of just at the annual meeting.

See you online!