First SNA Meeting of 2012 — Here’s what’s on the agenda

SNA General Meeting Agenda

January 12, 2011, 7:00 – 8:00 PM

 

  1. Introductions (3 min)
  2. Approve agenda, circulate November minutes (2 min)
  3. Better Together – coordinated efforts of NA and BA. (Karen & Connie 7 min)
  4. Neighborhood Tree Survey/application (Jeff Cole 5 min)
  5. Sunnyside Sunflower painting: passing the torch (Suzanne Tom 7 min)
  6. February 19, movie matinee fundraiser w/ RNA (Tim 5 min)
  7. Committee Reports (15 min)

Sustainability (RD)
Land Use and Transportation (TJ)

Crime Prevention (HW)

Southeast Uplift (HW)

Treasurer’s Report (JP)

  1. Announcements (5 min)
  2. Approve minutes (2 min)
  3. Next meeting on February 9 / Newsletter articles (due Jan. 15)
  4. Adjourn

SNA Board Meeting Agenda

January 12, 2011, 8:00 – 9:00 PM

 

  1. Approve agenda/minutes (2 min)
  2. Funding flexibility for FoT planting (Jeff Cole 5 min)
  3. Group GNA on Belmont progress (Tony 10 min)
  4. Peacock Lane traffic mitigation (2012 and beyond) (Tony, 10 min)
  5. Oppose Buckman Pool closure (5 min)
  6. Action items:

–          FoT funding adjustment, if any

–          Movie matinee

–          Letter opposing Buckman Pool closure

  1. Newsletter articles (due Jan. 15)
  2. Other Business
  3. Adjourn

 

Belmont Street Fair Set for Sept. 10 With Old Favorites & New Fun

This year’s Belmont Street Fair promises to be a spectacular event with all the best of past fairs, plus some new and exciting twists. Our theme this year is “Imagine.” Imagine the possibilities of a thriving local community. Imagine art on every corner, community potluck dinners, bicycle traffic jams, backyard eggs for all, human-powered transport on car-free streets.

Belmont Street between 33rd and 37th will be car-free once again. As one fair enthusiast said last year: “After you go to this fair, you’ll wonder why they don’t always shut down SE Belmont to cars/ buses between 33rd and 37th. It just feels right.” The fair extends from 20th to 60th avenues on Belmont and a free Ecoshuttle will link the special events along the way.

The Sunnyside Neighgorhood Green will return to 34th and Belmont. You’ll find an expanded Kids Fun Center, with activities for kids of all ages, an integrated bouncy house, mini-golf course and juggling with Do Jump. Be sure to visit the Artists’ Alley, showcasing the work of local artists and the alternative transportation exposition, which this year will feature cargo bikes.

Local musicians will perform on multiple stages, with a main stage lineup that is sure to please:

— Chazz Funk All Stars (noon to 12:45 p.m.)

— Dusu Mali (1 p.m. to 2 p.m.)

— Sarah Moon & The Night Sky (2:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.)

— Sweet Juice (3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.)

— Brothers of the Baladi (5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.)

— Saloon Ensemble, featuring members of March Fourth Marching Band (6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.)

The Fair will take place Saturday, Sept. 10 from noon to 8 p.m. The Fair is a collaboration between the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association and the Belmont Area Business Association. Organizers have been working overtime to make this year’s fair a fun-filled car-free community event filled with local artists, musicians, street vendors and family-friendly activities, where you can just imagine the possibilities.

For more information or to obtain a vendor (or artist) booth application, visit http://belmontdistrict.org/whats-happening/street-fair, or call (503) 774-2932. This event wouldn’t happen without volunteers, so please consider signing up for a shift. Contact Josh Palmer at (503) 287-1515.

A bit of green, a lot of merrymaking

Come Mingle, Eat and Elect New Board Members

Elections for the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association will be held Thursday, May 12, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., during the regularly scheduled monthly meeting. The event is a potluck and a chance to get to know your neighbors and board.

Four board members will be chosen. Board members Jane Pullman, Chuck Lawrence and Michele Gila will not be seeking another term. Tim Brooks, a longtime board member who is co-chair of this year’s Belmont Street Fair, will be seeking re-election. Other known candidates include Josh Palmer, a neighborhood volunteer and enthusiast and Karen Hery, also a neighborhood volunteer and founder of the Sunnyside SwapShop and Playspace and The Roost.

Join us on Thursday to learn more about the candidates and to thank the outgoing members for their years of service.  Bring a dish to share. Those in the neighborhood who would like to vote will need:

— a current driver’s license or Department of Motor Vehicle ID card

— current voter registration card

— a bill or official correspondence addressed to the individual residing in or owning a business within the SNA boundaries.

Hope to see you there!

General Meeting March 10th 7pm!

SNA General Meeting Agenda

March 10, 2011, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.

 

  1. Introductions (3 min)
  2. Approve agenda, circulate minutes (2 min)
  3. SES Rainwater Catchment project (Heidi McNamee 15 min)
  4. Friends of Trees and planter strip width limitations (Jeff Cole 5 min)
  5. Mt. Tabor Concert sponsorship, continue? (Reuben Deumling 2 min)
  6. Committee Reports (15 min)

Sustainability (RD)
Land Use and Transportation (PL)

Crime Prevention (CL)

Southeast Uplift (JP)

  1. Announcements (5 min)
  2. Approve minutes (2 min)
  3. Next meeting on April 14 / Newsletter articles (due March 15)
  4. Adjourn

 

February 2011 Meeting Agenda

SNA General Meeting Agenda

February 10, 2011, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.

  1. Introductions (3 min)
  2. Approve agenda, circulate minutes (2 min)
  3. Update from SES VP (Amy Kleiner, 10 min)
  4. Senior co-housing project in Sunnyside (Mildred White, 15 min)
  5. Committee Reports (15 min)

Sustainability
Land Use and Transportation

Crime Prevention

Southeast Uplift

6. Announcements (5 min)

7. Approve minutes (2 min)

8. Next meeting on February 11 / Newsletter articles (due January 17)

9. Adjourn