OCNA 3rd Annual Scarecrow Contest!
Fall is upon us and
OCNA will host it’s 3RD scarecrow contest for all neighbors from Michigan
to Oceanside Blvd!
Those interested must register by emailing OCNA101@gmail.com your name and address by Oct 22, 2021 and all scarecrows must be up for judging on Oct 29, 2021.
Last year we had many fun and interesting contributions and it’s a great way to celebrate the season and be part of our neighborhood cheer!
Email OCNA101@gmail.com for more information and to register for this fun event and prizes!
The Union Tribune reported that the District 1 Council person Kori Jensen recall effort was turned in Fri Sep 10th with over 6000 District 1 signatures when 4484 are required.
The city will turn the petitions over the the Registrar of Voters for verification. If enough signatures are verified then the City will hold and election for a new council person for District 1.
DIstrict 1 Recall Update:
General Meeting Calendar
BEACH SAND AND SEAGAZE TOWER UPDATE SEPT 16 - 6PM
LIVE AT ST MARY"S COURTYARD
Join us for an informative discussion and update on the important Sand Study and the City's next steps by
Russ Cunningham Principal Planner
ALSO, Michelle Barnam Seaside neighbor, will present information on the Seagaze Towers (8 story) proposed development on the corner of Ditmar and Seagaze!
See you at St Mary's School
515 Wisconsin in the Courtyard
Events are cancelled or postponed until further notice due to Covid 19.
Oceanside Coastal Neighborhood Association (OCNA) is made up of people just like you. We’re your neighbors down the street and around the corner who are getting involved in our community and strengthening ties to one another. By sharing information and working together, we can all make a great neighborhood even better.
Our mission is to ensure a vital, sustainable neighborhood that protects the quality of life for all citizens in the Oceanside coastal area.
Connecting and Informing Neighbors
There has been a LOT of confusion on what is happening with this incredible cultural resource we all know and love.
As it turns out, the city hired consultants to prepare an analysis of the current structure as it has aged over time, conduct multiple community meetings to get input, answer questions, and create ideas for review at the community level.
Some of the aging concerns include current code requirements, ADA accessibility into and within these structures, and creating flexible uses such as 2 basketball/volleyball courts vs. the current 1 court.
President Jane Marshall
Vice President Lisa Hamilton
Treasurer Lane Stewart
Secretary Sally Haggerty
Director Maggie Matthews
Director Claudia Troisi