Welcome to the Rolando Community Council Website!
Explore these pages to discover who we are, what's going on in Rolando and how you can get involved. We are always eager for new faces, new energy, and new ideas. If you live in Rolando, RCC belongs to you.
Thank you for stopping by to visit and get the latest Rolando community news! Below are updates on local events and meetings. Please visit our other pages for additional information.
Our next community meeting will be June 21st at the UDW Hall, site of our June Ice Cream Social and December Holiday Party last year. Please note our new meeting times: Meet and greet begins at 6:00pm; meeting starts at 6:30pm and ends promptly at 7:45pm. Don't miss this meeting! A new Board will be elected and your vote counts. Please scroll down this page for general information and read the candidate's statements here. Plus, we will have ice cream! We hope to see you there!
Please note: There are currently no community meetings in July or August.
Rolando Turns 90!
Time flies; the community of Rolando turns 90 this year. In recognition the Rolando Community Council is putting together a birthday celebration on Saturday August 6th at Clay Park. The fun starts at 3pm with a BYOE picnic and other events. Save the date and let us know if you would like to volunteer to help!
Vote in the Annual College Area Choice Awards!
We invite you to celebrate the businesses in the College Area by participating in the 2016 College Area Choice Awards. This year we will be commemorating the old and the new with the decision being made by you! Now is your chance to make your voice heard, and extend a vote of gratitude for your favorite businesses in the College Area. Cast your vote for your favorite under each category and join us on Wednesday, June 22nd, at 5:30pm at Woodstock's Pizza to find out who takes the title.
Voting is simple, here is the link http://conta.cc/1VV0pTk that will take you to the survey.
Thank you for supporting your local businesses and see you at the Awards ceremony!
The Rolando Community Council (RCC) is winding up another exciting year and now is the time to prepare for the 2016 RCC board elections. A thriving neighborhood and a growing sense of community depend on new and seasoned neighbors stepping forward to volunteer their time and talents. Please consider running for an RCC Board position--an experience that is rewarding with new friends, new experiences and the opportunity to have a significant impact on our community in Rolando.
Listed below are the open terms and responsibilities for each position:
QUALIFICATIONS TO RUN & VOTE:
- President (Term 2016 - 2018)
- Second Vice President (Term 2016 - 2018)
- Treasurer (Term 2016 - 2017) - one year term
- Secretary (Term 2016 - 2018)
- Director (Term 2016 -2018)
- Be a current RCC 2015 / 2016 member
(Member of record as of May 17, 2016)
- May 12, 2016 - Election candidate interest forms must be submitted to RCC Director Jackie Flohr.
- May 15, 2016 - Voting members of record set.
- May 17, 2016 - RCC Meeting & Candidates for Office are introduced.
- June 21, 2016 - RCC Board Election (Voting in person only).
If you are interested in running for a position on the Board please e-mail email@example.com the election interest form that must be returned by May 12 to Jackie Flohr, Board Director or via mail to: RCC, P.O. Box 151163, San Diego, CA 92175. Attn: Elections.
DUTIES OF OFFICERS
Preside at all meetings of the Council and Executive Board; shall be a member ex-officio of all committees, except the nominating committee; and, with the ratification of the Executive Board, shall appoint parliamentarian and the chairmen of the standing committees. The President shall be responsible for getting reports from officers and chairmen at the end of the year and making the annual report. The President may call a special meeting of the Executive Board at any time deemed necessary and shall call such a meeting upon written request of a quorum of the Executive Board.
VICE PRESIDENT (1st and 2nd)
Preside at all meetings in the absence of the President, shall serve as program chairman, shall aid the President, and shall assume such other duties as assigned by the President or the Executive Board. The Vice President shall also serve as membership chairman, and shall make and keep available the membership count, coinciding with cash receipts of the Council, for the President as well as the Treasurer, prior to all meetings.
TREASURER Keep such permanent books of account and records as shall be sufficient to establish the items of gross income, receipts and disbursements of the Council, including specifically the number of members and dues collected from the members. Shall receive all monies of the Council and shall keep an accurate record of receipts and disbursements; shall present a statement of account at every meeting of the Council and at other times when requested by the Executive Board. All checks will be signed by two (2) members of the Executive Board – President, Vice President, Treasurer Shall give receipts for all monies received and shall get receipts for all monies paid out. The books of account and records shall, at reasonable times, be open to inspection of the Council. SECRETARY Keep such permanent minutes and records as shall be sufficient to establish legal duty to the organization and Secretary of State. Shall maintain all written minutes of the executive committee and general board membership meetings. The records shall, at reasonable times, be open to inspection of the Council. DIRECTOR
Duties of the Director are determined by the Executive Board each year.