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December Newsletter-El Cerrito Community Council

Happy holidays from ECCC! In December’s newsletter, learn more about our upcoming holiday potluck and other community events, get some handy holiday safety tips, and explore the neighborhood while SDSU is on break. We hope you have an enjoyable holiday…
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Grand Opening of The Alcove on El Cajon Blvd.

The Alcove is a new restaurant and wine bar opening in El Cerrito in conjunction with a business district mixer on December 18 from 5:30 to 7:30. This is a very exciting new business in our neighborhood. Please come and…
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Mid-City Police Department Open House

Join big Big Brothers Big Sisters and SDPD to enjoy food and cake while participating in unique interactive activities: SWAT team and SDPD classic vehicles will be present, as well as the opportunity to tour the station! When: Saturday, Dec…
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Join us for the ECCC Potluck Holiday Party!

We hope you’ll join us for our annual holiday party, potluck-style. ECCC is trying something new and exciting for the Holiday Potluck Party this year – one of the board Members is hosting the at her home! There is plenty…
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It’s El Cerrito See’s Candy Time!

Order See’s Candy with ECCC and cross it off your list. You can save a lot of Money and have your See’s Candy Order delivered to your door while helping the ECCC Raise Money. ECCC is taking See’s Candy orders NOW….
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Transitional Storage Facility in Chollas Triangle

Letter from Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer On September 26th, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer issued a memorandum to City Council President and our District 9 City Councilmember, Georgette Gomez. The memorandum was in regards to the storage facility at the Chollas…
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October Newsletter–El Cerrito Community Council

Fall is officially underway, and in this month’s newsletter you can learn how to get into the autumnal spirit with your neighbors. Carve pumpkins and sip cider at our October ECCC meeting – and, it’s also the time for the…
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September Newsletter–El Cerrito Community Council

Fall is just around the corner, but many important events are afoot in the ECCC. The primary focus of this newsletter is to educate on the state bills and city regulations killing single-family residential neighborhoods and home ownership. Learn more…
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The ECCC is a group of local community members organized to promote the public good and the welfare of the El Cerrito community. The executive body of the ECCC is the Board of Directors. Community council membership is open to any individual at least 18 years of age and residing or owning property within the El Cerrito community, or any business owner whose place of business is within the El Cerrito community.