From Diane Ahern, UCCA Vice President:
I think we can all agree that University City is more than just a neighborhood; it’s a wonderful community to live and work. During the past year, UCCA membership dues were used to provide support and funding for many of the events and worthwhile organization that make us all proud to call University City our home.
UCCA sponsors the monthly newsletters, beautification projects such as the street banners, utility box artwork, and street median maintenance, as well as Neighborhood Watch, and the Holiday Tree and Menorah Lighting. Membership dues enabled UCCA to support the 4th of July Celebration, Summer Concerts, Library Friends, EdUCate, school and sports team projects and fundraisers, and National Night Out. Hundreds of UCCA volunteer residents joined UCCA to help with these events and projects as well as many others.
At monthly meetings at the Community Library on Governor, UCCA provides a forum for residents to discuss concerns such as traffic safety, neighborhood cleanup, short term rentals, and Miramar air traffic. The monthly gatherings are a chance to meet other neighbors and provide regular updates from local law enforcement and fire/rescue officers, and state and local leaders.
Thank you to all who support University City by joining UCCA. The 2018 membership drive begins this month.
For your convenience, you may join online through PayPal at https://www.universitycitynews.org/join-ucca-today/. Or use the membership application envelope or coupon enclosed in the center section of the November newsletter.
Note: Please join us at the November University City Community Association meeting, Wednesday, November 8, 2017, at the Library at 4155 Governor Drive. This is a community meeting featuring updates from law enforcement, fire-rescue service, legislative and other community leaders. All are welcome.