Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving from our City

Thanksgiving made all the
happier from our awesome
City Management team!
New and wonderful, Connect with Pacifica is now posted on our City website! "The webpage with pdf links to each of the editions of Connect with Pacifica is now active.  You can access these editions directly through this link: manager/cwp.asp  .... We will also continue to post links to each week’s edition of Connect With Pacifica on social media via NextDoor, Facebook and Twitter." (Sara Coffey, 11/23/16).

Connect With Pacifica This Week (11/21/16) – Happy Thanksgiving!
"Greetings!  A sincere wish for a Happy Thanksgiving goes out to you and your loved ones.

As a reminder, City of Pacifica offices will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday on November 24 and November 25.  Following Thanksgiving holiday, the next City Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, November 28 at 7:00 pm in the City Council Chambers at 2212 Beach Boulevard. The winners of the 3rd Annual Mayors’ Beautification Awards will be announced at the November 28th City Council meeting. This program was created by the Beautification Advisory Committee (BAC) as part of the Keep Pacifica Beautiful Program implemented in the Council-approved Beautification Plan. It recognizes local businesses and homeowners for improving their properties and doing their part in making Pacifica a more beautiful place. For more information about the Beautification Advisory Committee, click here. Join us at the City Council meeting or tune in to the meeting via Pacific Coast TV's live stream to hear more.

Please let me know if you have comments or questions, and thank you for wanting to Connect with Pacifica!"
LORENZO HINES JR, Assistant City Manager . Reference.  City of Pacifica website.  City Manager's office/Connect with Pacifica web page. Email:

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

Pathetica should redesign its web site so it looks more professional and less early AOL.

Three giant buttons and a badly touched up picture was last popular twenty years ago.

Spending a little money now to fix the website will bring visitors to our downtown and it's the first face of our home most visitors see.

Anonymous said...


It looks like AOL during the dial up internet days!

Anonymous said...

I'm sure all of the empty storefronts are a lot more visible and telling to visitors than our website.