Is a Community Association (UCCA) board position in your future?

University City Community Association (UCCA) will be electing its officers for the 2018 calendar year on Wednesday, November 8, 2017.

Positions that will be voted upon are the following: UCCA President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer.

The candidates’ names will be published in our November newsletter. Nominations will also be accepted at the election meeting.

In order to run for UCCA office, you must be a member in good standing and have attended at least two UCCA meetings during this calendar year. Upcoming meetings are on Wednesday, September, 13; Wednesday, October 11; and Wednesday, November 8, at the University Community Library, 4155 Governor Drive, at 6 PM.

If you are interested in running for office, or if you have any questions concerning the election process, please contact Mack Langston, Chair UCCA Nominating Committee, at 619.818.4205

To review UCCA’s bylaws for more information on the election process and the duties of each of the association’s officers, visit http://www.universitycitynews.org/ucca-about-us/

University City Community Association (UCCA) is a non-profit (501c4) organization funded through membership dues, which provides and promotes the civic, cultural, social, educational and recreational development and improvement in University City; and provides a forum where the interests of residents may be expressed and contributions made to the protection of life and property in the community. UCCA is the source for University City News.

UCCA membership dues help to support many local worthwhile organizations, (i.e. public schools’ fundraising, Standley Park, EdUCate, Neighborhood Watch, lmproveUC, Buy Local) as well as many special projects and activities such as street median beautification, pedestrian and motorist safety, painted electrical boxes and street banners, 4th of July Celebration, summer concerts, December holiday tree lighting, and our monthly newsletter delivered to your south UC home and/or business, libraries and recreation centers.

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