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Amgen Tour 2008 Joint St. Rose/West End/Art Start project - Sept 2011

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This is a follow up to the first Study Session, held May 19, 2015, where the City Council reviewed the variety of City and Community’s homeless services and related responses. (To view video of this study session go to: http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/government/council/Pages/councilmeetingarchive.aspx) This second study session will consider options should Council provide policy direction to maintain, adapt or expand its efforts on homelessness.
Location: City Hall – Council Chambers, 100 Santa Rosa Ave.
If you can’t make the meeting, you can email comments to:
City Council: citycouncil@srcity.org
Sean McGlynn, City Manager: CMOffice@srcity.org


Permit Parking Sign

Wed., June 10th 6-7pm: Meeting on Permit Parking for Morgan Street

This is a follow-up meeting to our last neighborhood meeting with Catholic Charities with regards to parking and speed bumps on Morgan Street. Scheduled is a presentation and discussion on options in regards to getting time-limited or permitted parking on Morgan Street . Representatives from the City and SRPD will be available.
Location: Catholic Charities Family Service Center (465 A Street).
Note: that this is in addition to our regular neighborhood meetings with Catholic Charities, and will be focused on discussion of parking options and providing info on traffic calming guidelines for Morgan Street.



Peggy Sue Cruise Got Married

Fri., June 12th, at 7 p.m. – Peggy Sue Got Married: See it again on the Big Screen!

Lots of local landmarks including DeTurk Round Barn, SR High School and Lena’s restaurant. Cruising for Peggy Sue: a benefit Rich Williams. All Seats $10. Location: Roxy Theater. http://www.sregmovies.com/loc_roxy14



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St. Rose School. Built in 1931. Style: Spanish Colonial Revival. Original owner of the land were ranchers James and Lois Hall. The structure was condemned in 1983 when the city determined it was not earthquake safe. Renovations to make the building earthquake safe started in 1993 and included replacing the church tower with one identical in appearance, but made from plastic foam. The building re-opened in 1994 and the first floor is used for church functions while the second and third floors are leased out.