San Francisco connection

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See below. Email from the other Telegraph Hill in San Francisco. As you see from the pic they are not so different to us architecturally and if you look at their website you’ll see some similarities in terms of community action and cultural interests.

I just took a look at some of what you’ve been up to over there to build community with the Hill Station and other projects and I have to say that I am very impressed!

Absolutely, I am sure that our neighborhood would be interested in linking up with yours in an interesting way.  Do you have any ideas in mind?  I know that cities do “sister” programs — I suppose neighborhoods should be able to as well.   

And if you have any photos of your wild parrots you can send, I would love to share those with others in our group over here since they are our stars.

Best regards,
Jon Golinger
President
Telegraph Hill Dwellers

If you have any ideas about what we could do to connect, please add your comment below

 

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Author: catherine

Part of the initial group that started thinking about our community space

1 thought on “San Francisco connection”

  1. Knowing San Francisco well and this famous landmark area in particular, there must be potential in linking up. Could it even lead to house/flat swaps?! Richard B

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