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May Neighborhood Meeting
May 5, 2014
Serra Adult Education School
6028 Ralston Ave. (map)
On the agenda:
Our neighborhood police officer, Jesse Sousa will give us an update on crime trends in our neighborhood and answer your questions.
Richmond Standard, Mike Aldax, the editor of the Richmond Standard, will be at our council on May 5 to talk about how the Richmond Standard can work to cover important news in our neighborhood. Until then, just know that the Richmond Standard covers news about Richmond at a hyper-local level, and in that capacity they play the role as a messenger for the important information that comes from Richmond’s many neighborhood council meetings. Unfortunately, they cannot attend every council meeting, so they rely upon representatives to let us know what happened at meetings. Please send meeting minutes or emails detailing particular issues or announcements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, feel free to call editor Mike Aldax at (415) 871-3061 with information. They want to be clear that NO STORY IS TOO SMALL! If it is important to your neighborhood, it is important to the Richmond Standard. They find that people often think a story wouldn’t be large enough for coverage on a news website. At the Richmond Standard, the editor does not choose what is covered. Rather, community members determine what gets published. Mike Aldax statement is “So please, as your editor, let me work for you to get your message across to your neighbors.”
Planning for National Night Out and possibly a BBQ, There will be a discussion about getting to know your neighbors at one or two events this year.
See News page for details about the May meeting.
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