The Preserve invites the community to their annual membership meeting on Oct. 7 at 441 Ramona Ave. (between Park and Lima) starting at 4 p.m.
Enjoy an outdoor gathering with food and refreshments and learn what efforts have been made for preserving the small town and the challenges facing Sierra Madre in the future.
Sierra Madre continues to face challenges from overdevelopment, a possible development at the Monastery and the demolition of the city’s older homes. It has become self-evident that developers, “flippers” and others, who don’t always have the best interests of the city’s community in mind when they explore options for a project, have now “discovered” Sierra Madre and have turned their attention toward Sierra Madre’s direction because of Sierra Madre’s mixture of eclectic homes often situated on larger lots.
Preserve Sierra Madre’s goal has always been to preserve and protect the charm and character of Sierra Madre’s unique community and support reasonable development that doesn’t adversely impact the immediate neighbors surrounding a project or the wider interests of the community. To serve these ends, Preserve Sierra Madre is restructuring its organization to make it more efficient, more responsive, more proactive and more effective.
Please RSVP to Judith Gold by calling (626)-355-3222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.