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Contacts for Questions from Tuesday's Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association Meeting

**Updated 10:52 p.m. on 12/17/2008

We had a fabulous turnout at our Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association meeting this evening. We also had a very packed agenda with information rich presentations. In order to wrap up the meeting somewhat near the intended stop time (7:30 p.m., but we wrapped up closer to 7:50 p.m.), I had to ask folks to contact the speakers with their questions after the meeting.

Joshua Switzky, from the Planning Department, can be reached via e-mail at Joshua.Switzky -at- sfgov.org You can also find his phone number, if you prefer, in the yellow square on the home page of the Transit Center Plan project web site.

View Joshua’s Presentation from the 12/9/2008 meeting

Also, download the handout Joshua created for us to check out regarding the Community Fund.

If you have questions regarding the development proposal of a park and 65-foot condominium on the SE corner of Harrison and Fremont Street, please direct them to Alastair Mactaggart of Emerald Fund at Alastair -at- emeraldfund.com

I mentioned Mike Grisso from the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency as a good contact regarding the rules surrounding Block 11A – He can be reached via email at Mike.Grisso -at- sfgov.org or you can see him at most of the Transbay CAC meetings.

There are a lot of passionate people about the Rincon Hill neighborhood – as well there should be! Patience will be a virtue as it may take many years for the money and the circumstances to come together for certain projects in our neighborhood to get off the ground, but I hope you’ll join the Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association as a member at our February 10, 2009 meeting to help us make sure that improvements in our neighborhood help improve the quality of life in the Rincon Hill neighborhood as much as possible and for as many of us as possible. I’d also like to encourage you to join us on the social, business, and/or advocacy committee – it does take a village, so-to-speak, to get things done.

Happy Holidays!

2 Responses to Contacts for Questions from Tuesday's Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association Meeting

  1. Did they show the stunning rendering of the park and other surrounding future developments that was posted on SocketSite today? WOW!

  2. Not quite … but did get some future renderings of the Guy Place pocket park and other spots. 🙂