Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Democrats meeting, Saturday November 16, 2019 - Library project

Please join us Saturday, November 16th for a presentation regarding the: “PACIFICA LIBRARY PROJECT, BETTER LIBRARIES FOR PACIFICA”.

Sharp Park Library concept
Our guest speakers will be Pacifica City Manager, Kevin Woodhouse, and Cindy Abbot, Chair of the Pacifica Library Advisory Committee.
The meeting will begin at 9:30 am in the rear banquet room of the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant.
A full breakfast is available for $12, a continental breakfast is $6, or just coffee or tea for $3, although no purchase is necessary.
If you wish to join or renew your membership in the Pacifica, Daly City Democrats, you can do so on Saturday by completing a membership application, available at the sign-in table. However, meetings of the club are free and open to the public.

Submitted by Suzan Getchell, President, Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club

Reference.  Pacifica Library Foundation, "Pacifica is seeking to rebuild and transform the Sharp Park and Sanchez libraries into 21st century community centers and learning spaces for all Pacificans, including our children, families, and seniors. We have embarked upon a modernization project that envisions a new, full-service Sharp Park Library with 7-day availability, and transforms the Sanchez branch into an “Open Access” library with 7-day access to a browsing collection, materials, and a community center. Please visit www.PacificaLibraryProject.com to learn more. Note: Sharp Park concept graphic from Pacifica Library Foundation.

Posted by Kathy Meeh


The Local Libertarian said...

If we must build a library, lets build one with personality.

What does Pacifica stand for?
What is our architectural, cultural, social and spiritual identity?

Spanish-Colonial Revival?
Italian Renaissance?
Oriental Architecture?
Frank Lloyd Wright?

What can we do to help Pacifica gain a unique and befitting identity?

Anonymous said...

I am not sure if anything matters at this stage. this is an ongoing projects for years and was never progressed. now they can build any design even with no identity. what matters is to have a safe, competitive, high facility, working location that we do not have for years. our residents travel to neighboring cities for everything :
1)dining needs.
2)Shopping Needs.
3)Entertainment Needs.
4) library needs.
just name it.
let's not make it a difficult obstacle and please stop giving non sense comments to our city councils and officials.

Anonymous said...

"... and please stop giving non sense comments to our city councils and officials."
This is Pacifica - what you're asking for is impossible.

Anonymous said...

Actually latest library proposal is well thought out and should be voted in.Creative financing?