May 14, 2020 SNA General & Board Meeting Agenda


This meeting is open to the public.
Times are approximate.  Agenda items subject to change.

This meeting will be conducted via Zoom.  All attendees will be muted upon entry into the meeting.  In order to ask a question or make a comment, please use the “Raise Hand” feature.  If accessing the meeting via computer, tablet, or smartphone app, you can do so via the “Raise hand button” in the “Participant” menu. If you are calling in to the meeting via phone, please dial *9.  You can learn more about how to use this feature here: https://www.techjunkie.com/zoom-raise-hand/

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April Meeting and Events Cancelled, May Board Elections Postponed

We are working with SE Uplift on a protocol for conducting public meetings and board elections while complying with physical distancing recommendations. Our hope is to have this protocol in place in time to hold a regular May meeting and proceed with board elections in June.

The District 42 Candidate Forum scheduled for April 16th is indefinitely postponed. We will post back here if a plan emerges to hold this event at a later date either online or in person if conditions permit.

For the most locally relevant info, you can follow Multnomah County’s COVID-19 response measures at their website: https://multco.us/novel-coronavirus-covid-19

Stay kind out there and please check on your neighbors. If you or a neighbor you know needs help, or if you’d like to offer to be a neighborhood help coordinator for your block or immediate area, please contact us via email. board@sunnysideportland.org

March 12, 2020 Meeting CANCELLED

Tonight’s meeting of the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association is cancelled. At this time we are unsure if other upcoming events will be affected. Please check back here (or subscribe to updates using the link at right) for the latest information.

As we all continue to fight the COVID-19 outbreak, please remember that any amount of mitigation you can do, no matter how small, can help slow the spread of the virus, giving health care providers precious time and resources to help those people that need it most.