Erik Honda, DTNA Secretary
A healthy group of neighbors was on hand for the October DTNA general meeting at the Harvey Milk Community Center in Duboce Park. DTNA President and Noe Street neighbor Frank Tizedes opened the meeting by lauding the recent Bureau of Urban Forestry tree trimming which is finally taking place in the Triangle, and thanked neighbors who have stepped up to water trees that Friends of the Urban Forest will install in empty tree wells in front of their houses. If you have an empty space you ’d like filled, please contact us via our website at dtna.org.
We also heard a presentation from the new captain at our local SFPD Park station. Captain Jack Hart says he will respond to every email to firstname.lastname@example.org, so contact him with your concerns, it ’s better than calling 311. But call 911 in an emergency, and ask to speak to an officer (who can call you) if you make a report to find out what the resolution was.