Glen Park Greenway; Planning Workshop #3 – November 19

map2Glen Park Greenway; Planning Workshop #3 – November 19

Greetings –

The final planning workshop for the Glen Park Greenway Concept Plan will be
on Thursday, November 19, as detailed below. Also here is information about
how you can join the members of the Glen Park Association (GPA) as we cast
votes and decide about the adoption of this Concept Plan.

The third and final planning Workshop will be next Thursday, November 19,
2015 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm at St John School at 925 Chenery Street. We will
meet in a classroom (not in the gym), so enter through the main Chenery
Street entrance. You can park in the parking lot (entrance on Chenery St).
At this meeting Surfacedesign, our landscape architects, will present their
proposal and we will have an opportunity to consider it and discuss any
remaining adjustments.

The result of this meeting will be a proposal that we will present for
consideration at the GPA quarterly meeting in January 2016 (provisionally
scheduled for January 21). We will ask the GPA members for their approval by
a formal vote. Voting members are those who renew their current membership
by the January meeting.  If you are not already a member of GPA, and you’d
like to vote at that meeting, you must join GPA at least 30 days before the
meeting. Annual membership costs $10. Membership is open to residents or
owners of property in Glen Park within the boundaries described in section
301(A) of GPA’s by-laws that you will find
<https://glenparknews.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/bylaws.pdf> on GPA’s
website. If you’re unsure about your eligibility, contact
<mailto:membership@glenparkassociation.org>
membership@glenparkassociation.org and ask for help.

Please join in any of the following ways:

*  Send you name, home address, email address, and phone number, with a
check for $10 per voting member to the Glen Park Association, PO Box 31292,
San Francisco, CA 94131-0292.

*  Go to the  <https://glenparkassociation.org/donate-to-the-gpa/>
“Join/Renew” page of our website  <http://www.glenpark/> http://www.GlenPark
<http://association.org/Association.org and pay via Paypal or other means.

*  Come to GPA’s Holiday Party at the Sunnyside Conservatory on December 13,
2015 and join up there.

I hope that you’ll be able to join us next Thursday evening.

Nicholas Dewar

Glen Park Association V-P

Form for GPA membership application included below.  Please include if
mailing a check.

GPA Membership or Renewal Application

Name _______________________________________________________________

Street Address _________________________________________________________

Email Address (contact method unless noted
otherwise)____________________________

Phone Number – in case your application is hard to read
________________________

Your Interest ___________________________________________

Annual Dues for 2016:

$10 per household or $10 per voting member (tax deductible)
_______________________

The GPA thanks you very much.

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One response to “Glen Park Greenway; Planning Workshop #3 – November 19

  1. Andrea

    If I recall correctly, the “Greenway” land proposed for improvements is public land; therefore, it is unclear why only PAYING Glen Park Assoc. members will have an opportunity to “vote,” and therefore have a say, at the next meeting on what outcome is proposed to… whomever… I am one amongst others who live close by but not specifically in GP who have long had an interest in this easement, and not being allowed to vote on a best proposal seems a little too specifically GP centric for a public asset.

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