Monthly Archives: July 2011

7/26 Community Meeting with Chief of Police

Date: Tuesday, July 26th, 6:00PM Place: Cesar Chavez Elementary School, 825 Shotwell St. Chief of Police Greg Suhr will be holding a meeting on Tuesday in the Mission district regarding the Police Department’s Community Policing policy. He is anxious to … Continue reading

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New MiCoCo Newsletter for Executive Directors!

Are you an Executive Director for a Mission neighborhood organization? The Mission Community Council is creating a special newsletter specifically for Executive Directors. The newsletter will be separate from our regular Mission Update newsletter, and will contain information geared to … Continue reading

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The Mission’s Place Amongst California Neighborhoods

A new study released by the American Human Development Project compares the different regions, cities, and neighborhoods in California by their quality of life. A Portrait of California uses the Human Development Index, a composite measure made up of health, … Continue reading

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Leveraging Resources Through University Community Partnerships

For organizations working in the Mission neighborhood, partnerships form a vital part in improving the community by leveraging ever shrinking resources. At the June MiCoCo monthly gathering, Robert Vargas, Randy Quezada and Gavin Tolentino spoke about the various opportunities UCSF’s … Continue reading

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Planning Department Releases Neighborhood Profiles

The Planning Department has prepared neighborhood profiles based on recently released data from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey program, detailing the state of the city for the period 2005-2009. They also contain population and race counts from the 2010 Census … Continue reading

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The USF Survey: What Bay Area Residents are Thinking

In June, the Leo T. McCarthy Center at the University of San Francisco conducted a survey to gauge the opinions of Bay Area residents on the economy, the local/state/federal governments, and policies. The center interviewed nearly 1,200 respondents of various … Continue reading

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Forum Series on Issues for the Next Mayor

Event: Tenants, Housing, and Land Use Forum Date: July 14, 6PM – 8PM Place: Mission Campus, City College, 1125 Valencia St. What issues should the next mayor think about tackling? The SF Bay Guardian has its list of ideas, and … Continue reading

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