Miraloma Park Improvement Club

How can Miraloma Park become a stronger, more connected community?

About this Project
The Miraloma Park Improvement Club (MPIC) is partnering with the City’s Neighborhood Empowerment Network to create a plan to strengthen our community so that during times of stress every resident will feel safe and empowered.

MPIC hopes to leverage the expertise of organizations such as NERT, Neighborland, Nextdoor, SF Public Utilities Commission, and the MIT Urban Risk Lab to offer residents a world class resources to create our own plan.  

Our goal is to create a roadmap for us to make smart investments of time and effort now so that we can ensure that if disaster strikes (fires, heat waves & earthquakes) our neighborhood will not only bounce back - but that our most vulnerable neighbors will not experience any unnecessary stress or hardship.

The initiative, called Resilient Miraloma Park, will be a highly focused, professionally facilitated planning process that will generate meaningful outcomes that MPIC will then steward through implementation. 

How to Get Involved
Share your ideas and insights by adding your idea to the "I Want _____" form at the top of this page. You can also share ideas with Twitter or SMS: 
- Tweet your idea: “I want ______ #miralomapark”
- Text your idea: “I want _____” to 415-639-9968

Resilient Miraloma Park – building a strong community for everyone.
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Dennis Hong

After reviewing the Cities recent EIR-Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP case 2011.0558E) After a year, it looks like we managed to saved our #36 bus. That was a struggle.

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Chris Knight

If anyone is interested in going solar with no money down and saving money from day one, please feel free to contact me at chrisknight02@hotmail.com.

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Dan
Dan
Jul 29, 2014

Right on Chris, thanks for posting!

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Chris Knight

And convert to sustainable/renewable energy.

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Dennis Hong
Dennis Hong
Jul 30, 2014

Thanks for bringing this WATER issue up. I hope this issue got in the correct spot; It's Wendesday, yesterday in LA (near UCLA) there was a major water main that went kapoo. Can this happen at Teresita and Reposa, there seems to be a constant stream of water coming from the pavement, it has been patched several times and it is still leaking. We called 311 several times in the last two years and it is still leaking. I heard at our meeting #2, this was a concern of others too. Thanks, DH

Posted by Dennis Hong on Jul 30, 2014
jim
jim
Jul 30, 2014

This has been seeping for at least 50 years. It is from a natural spring

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Chris Knight

I think we should create a local currency, and also not support businesses that are not local and non-union.

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Chris Knight
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Dennis Hong
Dennis Hong
Jul 30, 2014

This response should follow "support local buss"....I agree, we should support our local Miraloma small buss every time we get a chance. I have used all of them for the past 36+ years. They are suriving like all of us.

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