Mission Hills

‘Dirt turned’

Posted: August 11th, 2017 | Communities, Hillcrest, Mission Hills, News, Top Story | No Comments

By Ken Williams | Editor

Right now, it’s just a huge hole in the ground. But by January 2019, if construction goes as planned, it will become a spanking new library for Mission Hills and Hillcrest.

City and state officials, library leaders and the construction team met July 31 near the new library site at the southwest corner of Washington and Front streets to talk about the $20-million project’s progress.

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Book lovers rejoice!

Posted: December 2nd, 2016 | Communities, Hillcrest, Mission Hills, News, Top Story | No Comments

Construction set for new library

Ken Williams | Editor

Sometime next April, a wrecking ball will begin demolishing the old IBEW building at the corner of Washington and Front streets, signaling the beginning of construction on the long-awaited Mission Hills-Hillcrest library.

Todd Gloria, in the waning days of serving out his two terms as District 3 council member before he heads to Sacramento as the newly elected District 78 assembly member, presided over a small ceremony on Nov. 22 to announce the plans and show off the $20 million library’s architectural design.

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Time to RSVP for canyon stakeholder workshops

Posted: September 23rd, 2016 | Featured, Mission Hills | No Comments

By SDCNN Staff Friends of the Mission Hills Canyon will be hosting meetings for residents who are concerned about protecting local canyons. The first of a series of Mission Hills Canyon Enhancement Planning Stakeholder Workshops will be from 9 a.m. — noon on Saturday, Oct. 15, at Francis Parker Middle School Auditorium, located at 4201 Randolph St. in Mission Hills.

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