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TPIA Annual meeting and Spring Newsletter

March 30th, 2009

The annual combined neighborhood meeting and party for Twin Peaks,
Clarendon Heights, Forest Knolls and Midtown Terrace is scheduled for:
April 2, 2009 Thursday
7:30-9:00 PM
St. John’s Armenian Church
275 Olympia Way @ Clarendon Avenue

Supervisors Sean Elsbernd from District 7, Bevan Dufty from District 8 and Ross Mirkarimi from District 5 have been invited, as well as a representative from Sutro Tower.  Refreshments will be served.

The Spring 2009 newsletter has been sent to all members and may be read online. [read/download 160kB PDF file]

Notice of TPIA Annual Meeting, 2009 (new date!)

February 10th, 2009

The TPIA annual meeting, open to all members, is tentatively rescheduled for:
7-9 Thursday March 19, 2009
at St John’s Armenian Church
275 Olympia Way @ Clarendon

TPIA Annual Meeting – Feb 21, 2008 – coming up!

February 7th, 2008

TPIA Annual meeting February 21, 2008 – 7:30pm
Get involved! Join us and
meet your neighbors.

Please mark your calendars for the annual combined neighborhood meeting for Twin Peaks, Clarendon Heights, and Forest Knolls the original meeting in November was postponed due to unusual circumstances –MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

February 21, 2008
7:30-9:00 PM
St. John’s Armenian Church
275 Olympia Way @ Clarendon Avenue

Supervisors Sean Elsbernd from District 7, Bevan Dufty from District 8 and Ross Mirkarimi from District 5 have been invited, as well as a representative from the SF Police Department. Refreshments will be served.

You can read the January 2008 TPIA newsletter online before coming to the meeting.

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Welcome!

October 7th, 2006

Welcome to TPIA.

The Twin Peaks Improvement Association, incorporated in the late 1940s is one of the oldest neighborhood organizations in San Francisco. The Association, which includes the eastern slope of Twin Peaks all the way up to Sutro Tower, was formed to maintain and improve the quality of life for residents of Twin Peaks and all of San Francisco.

Read more about TPIA, explore the web site, and if you are a resident, please join TPIA so we can help represent your interests.