December 2017 January 2018 newsletter is now online!


The combined December January newsletter is now available online and at the University Community Library at 4155 Governor Drive and at the Standley Park Recreation Center. It will be available at the North University Community Library and Doyle Recreation Center this weekend. And delivered to homes in south University City by UCCA’s newsletter volunteers this weekend.

This issue includes articles on these topics:

  • Advertisers make our newsletter possible; please check the advertising section for local business information
  • Animal Control (off leash dogs in City parks)
  • Board members – UCCA and UCPG (lots of pictures!)
  • Buy Local
  • County programs to help the homeless  – County Supervisor Kristin Gaspar
  • Crime Prevention, Neighborhood Watch
  • Dana Cochran, Skin Care
  • Dinner with Santa (cover story!)
  • Fire Safety
  • Holiday Concerts (at the library!)
  • Holiday Recipes (with color pictures!)
  • Honor a Teacher with EdUCate
  • Library Essay Contest
  • Library Programs
  • Miramar Fire Department
  • Miramar Landfill Odors
  • Mr. Marcus receives award
  • People for a Clean UC – neighborhood cleanup
  • Police and Fire contact information
  • Pure Water – sewer pipeline on Genesee
  • Serve Weekend participants (with color pictures!) iopo
  • Street Banners grant from San Diego County (with color picture!)
  • Traffic and Pedestrian Safety (report from Councilmember Barbara Bry)
  • Tree Lighting, Menorah Lighting (cover story!)
  • Turkey Trot (with color pictures!)
  • UC Planning Group UCPG, Janay Kruger
  • UCCA Membership Report
  • UCLL Little League Spring Registration
  • Utility box art – looking for artists
  • And much more!

The December January issue is posted online as a PDF on UCCA’s Newsletter Page at

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