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Promoting Participation in the Moraga Community


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MORAGA’S STATE OF THE TOWN ADDRESS - In late November, Mayor Trotter presented a photographic summary of the Town’s accomplishments in 2013, as well as scenes from the many community events held during the year in his State of the Town Address. The slide show ends with photos of the many residential development plans currently under consideration, as well as brief descriptions of several 2014 projects the Town Council and Town Staff will continue to work on. This informative material can be accessed here: http://www.moraga.ca.us/council/StateOfTheTownAddress-2013-Final_ReducedSize.pdf

SHOP MORAGA FIRST! - Our businesses thrive, as do our many service organizations, schools, and Scout and sports programs, when we do as much shopping in Moraga as we can. So in this holiday season, challenge yourself to see how many gifts you can buy right here in town. There are no long lines; parking is quick and easy; AND 1% of the sales tax stays right here in Moraga and will pay for the repair of our roads.

FREE WRAPPING MATERIALS - After shopping, you can take your purchases over to 5A Rent a Space, 455 Moraga Road, and wrap everything on their spacious tables, complete with all the free paper, ribbon, bows, etc. that you need.

KIWANIS SELLS SEE’S CANDY BOXES - The main location of this sale is in the shop right next door to Starbuck’s in the Rheem Shopping Center. Candy can also be bought in CVS, Rheem store, and at the Moraga Farmers’ Market. The price is the same as in any See’s retail store. Low-cost mailing is available, as is gift-wrapping. The revenue made during this sale goes to many charities, including county food banks, local school educational funds, and others.

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Our Mission

Moraga Citizens Network is a grassroots organization dedicated to encouraging participation in the life of Moraga in these ways: First, we provide or direct members to non-partisan, factual information on current issues. Secondly, we assist the town staff in publicizing public meetings and town-sponsored events when needed. Finally, Moraga Citizens Network announces many recreational, educational, and fund raising events offered in Moraga by the Town's service organizations, library, non-profit organizations, and Saint Mary's College - all towards the end of promoting participation in the Moraga community. Our primary tool is a bi-monthly e-bulletin called The MCN Link, which you can receive by signing up here.
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