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2008-08-13 (Cancellation)

Willamette Neighborhood Association Meeting Cancellation Dear Neighbors, The meeting originally planned for this Wednesday, August 13th is cancelled. A special meeting has been arranged on August 26th from 6-8pm at the West Linn Public Library to discuss the Holiday Inn Express Hotel proposed to be constructed on 2400 and 2450 Willamette Falls Drive. Our next scheduled meeting will be on the second Wednesday in September (9/10) at our new meeting place; Pacific West Bank conference room in the Willamette Marketplace shopping center. A reminder and more details about this next meeting will be sent out at a future date. Committee Issues Update: Historic District Task Force: Update of National Historic Register application-general letter has been received notifying residents of application and meeting on October 9, 2008. Centennial Committee: This month the Centennial Committee is putting on 100 Years of Music on Tuesday, August 20th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm in Willamette Park. And, on August 23rd the World Meteorite Day will be celebrated at Field’s Bridge Park west on town on Borland Road from 11:30am - 3pm. Check the Tidings for more details on these events. Announcements Planter Clean Up: this Saturday, August 16th from 9-11am. The League of West Linn Neighborhood Associations is hosting a Candidate “Pick-Nick” Friday September 12, 2008, 6:30pm at the Adult Community Center in West Linn. This will be a great way to meet candidates running for city offices this year. Next Meeting: at Bank of the West in Willamette Marketplace, 7pm. September 10,2008. A Final Note For many reasons I have felt more than lucky to have stumbled upon my home in Willamette. I have lived here a brief 2 years and have met some of the nicest people I have ever known, my neighbors. For that reason I agreed to become involved in this unique and charming neighborhood. As a new member of your community and your new association president, I am asking you to consider becoming more involved in the neighborhood association by attending the meetings. Stronger participation with the neighborhood association meetings sends a clear message that we care deeply about what goes on around us. Most pressing at this time is that we do not have a secretary and desperately need one. Please contact me if you are able to fulfill this important office.