NoPa, Alamo Square Neighborhood Association Meetings To Offer Updates On Local Projects

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By Nuala Sawyer - Published on July 21, 2016.

The North of the Panhandle Neighborhood Association and the Alamo Square Neighborhood Association will be hosting general meetings in the next few days, with updates for the community. Swing by if you'd like to meet your neighbors, get involved and learn about upcoming projects. 

The North of the Panhandle Neighborhood Association meeting will be held tonight at Oasis Café (on McAllister and Divisadero). A meet and greet will take place at 7pm, with the full meeting occurring from 7:30-9pm. 

In attendance will be SFPD officers from both Park and Northern Stations, as well as District 5 Supervisor London Breed. Updates will be given on the intersection mural, the Panhandle playground, the new housing development coming to 650 Divisadero, and more. 

The Alamo Square Neighborhood Association will be hosting it next general meeting this coming Monday, July 25th, in the church building at 1660 McAllister Street. Doors open at 7pm, and the meeting will run from 7:30-9pm. 

On the agenda is an update on this year's flea market and Sunday Streets, which may be in flux due to Alamo Square's current closure. The ASNA Board will provide an update on the tree fundraiser they're holding, and SFMTA will take a survey of local residents. 

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