San Miguel Scene

San Miguel School Board meets tonight

May 9, 2013 

The San Miguel School Board meets this evening at Lillian Larsen School, 1601 L St. Open session will start at 6:30 p.m. School is out for summer vacation on Friday, May 31. For information online, go to  or . Or you may call the school at 467-3216.

A cappella quartet to perform at the Mission

Monday at 7 p.m. the St. Petersburg Men’s Ensemble from Russia returns to Mission San Miguel in concert. The powerful voices of the quartet resound in the old mission church, one of the best acoustic venues in the county. You will be delightfully entertained by their wonderful harmonies sung a cappella with energy and verve. The program includes Russian Orthodox and Western European sacred music interspersed with traditional Russian folk songs. An offering of $15 is suggested. Cash and checks will be accepted.

Letters about proposed changes to be mailed

Following two meetings to discuss county-proposed changes in zoning for San Miguel to allow more room for multiple family housing, residents in targeted areas will soon receive a letter advising them of the proposed changes. Questions may be referred to County Planner Michael Conger at or by calling 800-834-4636, ext. 5600 (781-5600).

Board members sought for advisory council

The San Miguel Advisory Council will meet Wednesday, May 29, at 7 p.m. at the Community Building. At that meeting, nominations will be accepted for three board seats and two alternates.

Elections will be held at the June 26 meeting. Board members whose seats will be open are Mike Sanders, Anthony Kalvans and Craig Rambo . One alternate member, Dale Hamblin, is at the end of his term; the second alternate seat is unoccupied. Members must reside within the URL and be registered to vote.

For information, contact Council Secretary Kalvans at

Lynne Schmitz’ column is special to The Tribune. Reach her at or 467-3565.

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