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Your Scripps Ranch Civic Association Board and Committee Chairs

If you have an issue in your neighborhood and don’t know where to get help, ask your Scripps Ranch Civic Association (SRCA) district representative. The SRCA has divided the Ranch into areas, each with a representative. To find out in which district you live, visit www.scrippsranch.org/districtmap, then go to www.scrippsranch.org/srca/directory to get in touch with your rep.

 If you would like to become a district rep, we have some openings!

Email [email protected] for more information.

We would like to introduce you to these amazing volunteers in the SRCA Newsletter. District 1 is vacant, so we begin with Districts 2, 3, and 4. If you see them out and about, say “hi”!

Meet Your SRCA District Reps!

Jodi Kim—District 2

Hi, I’m Jodi Kim and I’m your District 2 representative. My area includes Hoyt Park, the Scripps Ranch Library, and Evans Pond. I have been part of the SRCA for two years and recently volunteered as a district rep. I also work on the SRCA Membership and Community Fair committees.

 

I volunteer because I believe the SRCA is an important organization, and volunteerism not only makes our community better but also instills the importance of community in our children. I am a licensed Realtor but also work in education. Most recently, I have been working with seniors at a smaller charter high school. I help them realize they have the ability to go to college or guide them as they transition from high school to work.

 

My husband, Ron, and I have three children: Andrew, 16, a Scripps Ranch High School senior heading to the University of Mary in North Dakota in the fall; Chance, 15, a SRHS sophomore; and Tatianna, 25, married with one son. We love watching our boys play ice hockey, and our family loves Scripps Ranch! I believe happiness and responsibility starts in our homes and community. You can reach me at [email protected] or 619-850-2595.

 

Paul Lichtenstein—District 3

I’m proud to serve as the District 3 representative—a position I have held for eight years! My area includes the 4th of July Parade route and neighborhoods east of the “old Vons” center. I volunteer because it allows me to learn about our city and the planning boards and to participate in how our neighborhood changes. I like to problem solve, and I serve on the SRCA Budget and Community Fair committees.

 

For more than 14 years I was the Westview HOA president. One of my proudest accomplishments was working with fellow board members to bring recycled water to the sub-associations we managed. It took eight years—to say the city was a bit slow is an understatement—but in our first year of recycled water use, the HOA saved more than $35,000!

 

My wife and I have lived in Scripps Ranch since 1992 and just moved into our third Ranch home. Please contact me at [email protected] or 689-8288.

 

Jack Little—District 4

I am happy to represent SRCA District 4—the area around Jerabek Park. I first became an SRCA volunteer when my neighbor recruited me after I retired. I’m glad I did because I know through my efforts, I help support the community and my Scripps Ranch neighborhood.

 

I facilitate the food and drink for the monthly SRCA meetings. I also volunteer for the SRCA Neighborhood Watch, Scripps Ranch 50 Plus, and other committees as needed.

 

I have worked with computers since the 1950s. I also have volunteered as a Scout leader and Boy Scout scoutmaster, in addition to helping with girls softball. My wife, Kay, and I raised five wonderful children, one of whom is a grandfather! Yes, that makes me a great-grandfather!

 

You can reach me at [email protected] or 566-5997.