The first meeting of the Marylhurst Neighborhood Association for 2009 will take place on Tuesday, January 27th. The meeting will be held at the West Linn Adult Community Center at 7:00pm.
We hope you will be able to join us as we discuss goals for the coming year.
The agenda for this meeting is attached. Much of this meeting will be informal discussion relating to future activities and how the neighborhood association can best serve the residents of Marylhurst.
Your participation and input are encouraged. If you have an idea regarding something you would like to see the neighborhood association do this year, but cannot attend the meeting, please send a comment
We also wanted to make you aware of some training opportunities for the public that will be available at the January 21st meeting of the West Linn Planning Commission. At the beginning of the meeting there will be a brief presentation on the city’s new web site and how to locate the information you seek.
At the end of the meeting, the city attorney will be providing a Planning Commission Training 101 session, which the public is welcome to attend.
The agenda for this meeting can be viewed at:
Secretary, Marylhurst Neighborhood Association
MARYLHURST NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
January 27th, 2009 - 7:00 p.m.
West Linn Adult Community Center
1180 Rosemont Road, West Linn, OR 97068
NOTE: The meeting will begin promptly at 7:05pm. If you need time to review the minutes of the previous meeting prior to a vote of approval, please arrive by 7:00pm.
1. Call to Order – 2009 Goals and review of how the Marylhurst NA operates – Jef Treece
2. Approve Minutes for October 28th, 2008. – Brian Eastman
3. Treasurer’s Report – Jim Koll.
4. Committee Reports (Each report limited to 5 minutes):
a. Neighborhood Representative to applications conferences report, if any - Karie Oakes.
5. Priority Topics/Guest Speakers
a. None Scheduled
6. Old Business:
a. Non Scheduled
7. New Business:
a. Proposed changes to MNA bylaws. Some administrative changes may be beneficial and will be outlined at the meeting. No vote on changes will occur at this meeting. Preliminary discussion and the compilation of a list of items for discussion and potential voting in February or later will take place. – Jef Treece & Brian Eastman
b. Report on the first meeting of the Committee for Citizen Involvement on January 7, 2009 – Jef Treece & Brian Eastman
c. Ideas / Goals for 2009. Open discussion and goal setting for the coming year. Your ideas and participation are welcome.
8. City Legislative & Land Use Update
a. Informational update from those NA Members who have been following activities on the Planning Commission and City Council
9. Neighbor Announcements
a. If there is an event, activity or issue you wish to notify the neighborhood association of, this is your opportunity. No commercial solicitations please.