Skate park activist Joe Minervini has reserved a room at the library for a meeting for all skatepark interested folks in Ramona.
On Dec. 1 at noon, those in support of building a skate park in our town can meet at the community room in the Ramona Library to get organized and to prepare a proposal for use of the tennis court at Collier Park for the skate park.
Minervini said he's also looking to establish a board of directors, a secretary, a treasurer, etc. to structure the process. The treasurer would handle funds establish a bank account for a non-profit organization.
The pro-active resident said the group will also need people to do some legwork and paperwork for this project and that perhaps forming a non-profit organization for this project will help push the project along.
Minervini is putting out a call to any church, civic organization or any non-profit entity in Ramona that would like to sponsor the skatepark effort.
"The main thing is that we keep our shoulders to the wagon and keep pushing," Minervini said in an email. "Those who have tried over the years to get a skatepark for Ramona gave up... failure is not an option."
Passionate about getting a skatepark up in Ramona? Be sure to attend the meeting Dec. 1 at noon in the community room at the Ramona Library.