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Mar 14, 2012 in Crime Alerts, Events, Miscellany, Neighbor News, Public Meetings

So much to talk about! Cocaine Arrests, BoDean Asphalt Co., graffiti and a lack of pedestrian access through the downtown mall are all subjects we can discuss at the West End Neighborhood Association Spring Meeting.  Sgt. Rich Celli and  the City of S. R.’s Assistant City Manager Jennifer Phillips will be on had to provide us with information. Find out what’s going on- we’ll see you at the meeting. 
West End Spring Meeting at DeTurk Round Barn

West End Spring Meeting at DeTurk Round Barn

March 15th, Thursday- West End Neighborhood Association Spring Meeting. Location: DeTurk Round Barn Time: 7 p.m.

Ripley Street rock cocaine arrest -SRPD Press Release

Gaye LeBaron: Discussions over Santa Rosa Plaza nothing new

For over 35 years, many citizens have felt that downtown Santa Rosa has been divided by monolith called the Santa Rosa Plaza. Recently, the mall owner/manager Simon Property Group (aka the largest real estate company in the U.S.) while going through the City’s Design review process completely refuses to improve the situation in anyway. Read Gaye LeBaron’s fascinating look at the long running, infamous debate.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board – The S. R. City Council is seeking applications from interested citizens to fill one at-large position representing the Senior Community on the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board. BPAB provides City staff with input on the type of pedestrian and bicycle transportation projects that should be considered for commuting and what priority those projects should have.   Board meets on the third Thursday of every month from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the City Hall Annex, 90 Santa Rosa Avenue. For more info or an application call (707) 543-3010, or visit the City’s website . Deadline on Thursday, March 22, 2012.  DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION HERE

First Saturday Clean Up a Success–  fifty volunteers turned out on the  March 3, 2012, First Saturday clean up on Santa Rosa Creek along the Prince Memorial Greenway. The creek and Olive Park look a lot better after the efforts of neighbors along with youth and parents of Santa Rosa Mothers Club, Rincon Valley Middle School, Willowside Middle School, Boy Scout Troop 509, Club Scout Pack 20, Cub Scout Pack 58, American Heritage Girls Troop 58 and Club Scout Pack 134.Remember the next “First Saturday clean ups” are on April 7th and May 5th. Congratulations to West Ender Stan Gow for the great service First Saturday provides to the community. It you would like to receive updates go to

Neighborhood Watch is the most effective and least expensive tool for ensuring the safe environment that we all want for our families. This is homeowner’s insurance that works!

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