• Council Schedules Two Town Hall Meetings to Develop Strategic Plan


    The San Marino city council has scheduled two town hall meetings in an effort to develop a strategic plan for the city.

    The first town hall meeting will be structured to elicit input from city residents and is scheduled for Tuesday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m. in the San Marino Center – the former Women’s Club.

    The second meeting will primarily focus on San Marino’s business community and is scheduled for Wednesday, March 21 at 6:00 p.m. in the Stoneman Elementary School site.

    Mayor Richard Sun on Tuesday evening told The Tribune it was the council’s objective to “develop goals and objectives” for citizens and the local business community.

    Cindy Collins, San Marino’s former assistant city manager and director of the Recreation Department, has been retained to preside over the two meetings.

    “A strategic plan is an organizational document that defines the direction and prioritization of resources to achieve the vision, mission, and the values of the organization,” Collins said in a statement to The Tribune. “The foundation of the development of this plan is involving community members in defining each of these key components. This will be accomplished by conducting a community survey and two town hall meetings.”

    The survey can be completed by going to the City of San Marino’s website by logging on at www.cityofsanmarino.org and clicking the link for the community survey. The survey will be available in English and Chinese.

    The results of the Town Hall meetings discussions and the survey responses will be assembled into a strategic plan document.

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