From Mack Langston, UCCA’s Vice President: The election for UCCA officers will take place at our regularly scheduled meeting in November. University City Community Association has four elected officer positions: President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. I have been serving as VP for a relatively short time and enjoy the opportunity to serve. That being said, I can work elsewhere on the board and leave this position open for someone to take it and perhaps eventually serve as President of UCCA. I am willing to lend a hand for up to a year to help in the transition.
There is a vacancy in the Secretary position. The Secretary is a vital part of the Executive Committee and keeps an accurate account of all formal meetings. In addition to the four elected positions, there are opportunities to enlarge the number of friends you will make in the community that are not officer positions. Please contact me if you have an interest in helping your community through this organization.
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. University City Community Association (UCCA) will be electing its officers for a two year term at its Wednesday, November 13, 2019 meeting. If you are interested in running for office and making a difference in University City, or if you have any questions concerning the election process, please contact me, Mack Langston, by phone 619-818-4205 or email LangstonMack@gmail.com.
University City Community Association (UCCA) is a non-profit (501c4) organization largely 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.
University City Community Association supports many local worthwhile organizations, (i.e. public schools’ fundraising, Standley Park, EdUCate, library, Neighborhood Watch, UCCF, UCPG, CPUS, 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 UC Celebration, summer concerts, December holiday tree lighting, several websites and a monthly University City News print newsletter delivered to south University City homes and businesses, libraries and recreation centers.
To review UCCA’s bylaws for more information on the election process and the duties of each of the association’s officers, visit https://www.universitycitynews.org/ucca-about-us/