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Promoting Participation in

 the Moraga Community



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About MCN

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.


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Left to right: Teresa Onoda, Mayor Mike Metcalf, Roger Wykle, Phil Arth, and Vice Mayor Dave Trotter. Each council member is elected for a 4 year term, elections occurring in the even numbered years.  Council meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month, starting at 7 p.m. at 335 Rheem Boulevard, Moraga. The public is welcome.


4thA group of about 25 residents gathered in January of 2005 at the Moraga Library to discuss its dreams and concerns about Moraga. It soon became clear that what was needed was a public that was more informed and involved in the affairs of Moraga. The outcome was Moraga Citizens Network, with a vision to "promote participatory democracy in Moraga".

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staffTown Clerk Marty McInturf, Town Engineer Edric Kwan and Public Works staff of 8, Park & Recreation Director Jay Ingram & staff of 2, Police Chief (and Interim Town Manager) Bob Priebe and 11 officers, Planning Department Director Ellen Clark and staff of 3, and Administrative Service Director Amy Cunningham and staff of 3.