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Update 09/13/2021 Board Meeting: Bob Bush

13 Sep 2021 9:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The Board of Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association meets every other month. At the September 2021 meeting, we discussed the following:

Board Function

Discussed expectations and interactions of fellow volunteers.

Website Migration 

Website content is being updated and customized where needed. The Board approved transferring the membership list from the Treasurer to DTNA President Kimyn Braithwaite which will facilitate extracting membership data for migration to Wild Apricot.

Land Use Updates

The Board voted to endorse the goals and intent of the Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza initiative, but at this time not endorse any particular design, but wanting to stay involved with the process and informed of any major updates or changes in design.

DTNA is still pursuing traffic calming for 14th Street between Castro and Sanchez. At this time Noe Street is not on the SFMTA’s list of permanent Slow Streets.  UC Berkeley students will be researching Duboce Triangle and how it could become more pedestrian-friendly.

A letter of support for the Maitri Mural has been sent to the SF Arts Commission.

Duboce Triangle News

The News welcomes three new News distributors. If you can help deliver the News, please contact us at https://www.dtna.org/contact.html.

Phoenix Day Block Party: Sunday, October 17th, Noe Street between 14th and Henry Streets

Frank Tizedes is leading the effort as the Block Captain. If you would like to help or participate, please contact DTNA https://www.dtna.org/contact.html.

Castro LGBTQ Cultural District COVID Testing & Vaccination Initiative

The Board voted to be a sponsor of this initiative that has been very successful in getting COVID shots into arms and people tested. It has been held recently every Saturday on Noe Street, but because of objections to the street closure by local businesses, a new site in the Upper Market is being sort.

Treasurer’s Report

The Historic District Initiative funding was discussed and has covered expenses to date. Payments for the online migration of DTNA to the Wild Apricot platform were approved.

Upcoming October Community Public Meeting Agenda

Assemblyman Chiu and Senator Weiner have confirmed. Supervisor Mandelman has also been invited.


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2261 Market Street, PMB #301, San Francisco,CA 94114

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