8940 SE Reedway Street, Portland, Oregon 97266 7:30 PM – 8:00 PM Executive Session: current litigation or litigation likely to be filed
This is a closed (not open to the public), executive session, limited to members of the governing body and others reporting to the body on the subject of the executive session, at the board’s discretion. Any information revealed in an executive session is considered privileged and may not be reported.
General Membership Meeting Agenda for April 23, 2019
7:00 PM: LNA Meeting Opening
Introductions. Recognition of time keeper and note taker. Code of conduct.
7:10 PM: Announcements
Upcoming LNA events
7:25 PM Discussion: Portland’s commission form of government: Is it time to restructure?
A presentation and conversation with Portland Forward and City Club of Portland. As Portland rapidly grows and changes, does the current commission form of government equitably represent all people who live in this city? How should we choose our representatives? What would a more representative and equitable form of government and elections look like for Lents and East Portland?
Discussion 1: Residential Infill Project. Duplexes, Triplexes, and ADUs: What does infill mean for Lents? Guest speakers from Portland for Everyone and the Coalition to Prioritize, Protect, and Preserve Affordable Housing
Discussion 2: Portland Budget Update Fiscal Year 2019-2020 with Alison Wicks from Prosper Portland
What improvements do you want to see happen in Lents? Are you interested in working toward making them happen?
At our upcoming monthly meeting on Tuesday, February 26, starting at 7 PM at the Lents Activity Center, we will devote a considerable portion of the agenda to exploring our committees and what they’re currently working on, as well as what might be coming up.
This will be OPEN HOUSE style. You can walk around and check out each committee and join any work session(s) that seems appealing to you. OR you can bring your own project and receive help with obtaining funding to make it happen!
Motion from Land Use Chair re: vacating a portion of SE Malden Street, SE Malden Court, SE Lambert Street and SE 89th Avenue.
Committee Open House (more details below)
COMMITTEE OPEN HOUSE: Get involved!
We will devote a considerable portion of the agenda to exploring our committees and what they’re currently working on, as well as what’s on the horizon for each one. This is a great opportunity to learn more about what we do and get involved with issues that are important to you!
Events (Pet Parade, Memory Garden, Community Clothing Closet, Lents Fair)
6:30 PM August 30, 2018 – Asian Health and Service Center
9035 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR
Ever wonder what the heck are these Neighborhood Associations? What is the Lents Neighborhood Association Board, and what do I need to know to decide whether to run for office in the upcoming election September 25th?
The Lents Neighborhood Association invites the community to bring your questions and curiosity to our informational event, August 30, 2018 at 6:30 PM. We will meet at the new Asian Health and Service Center, 9035 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR. Paul Leistner, Neighborhood Program Coordinator for the City’s Office of Community & Civic Life, will share with us his experience and knowledge, including but not limited to:
History and development of the LNA;
What it has been and what it could be;
Opportunities, resources and limitations of being a city-linked association;
the LNA Board;
Info to make smart decisions about running for an open board position at the Annual Meeting on September 25th.
It’s time for all of us to come together to learn the nitty gritty about our Neighborhood Association and how each of us can contribute to livability in Lents and progress via the LNA. We encourage all LNA members who care about the well-being of Lents to join your neighbors at this meeting.
There will be a special meeting of the Lents Neighborhood Association board to appoint members to vacant board seats. The special meeting will take place at the Lents Activity Center, 8835 SE Woodstock, on July 24 at 6 pm. The regularly scheduled general membership meeting will follow at 7 pm, which will include ratification of the new board members.
If you are an LNA member and wish to be considered for appointment to a vacant seat on the board or have questions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the “Contact LNA” form at www.lentsneighborhoodassociation.com. Tell us about yourself and why you want to join the LNA board. Open seats include transportation (until 9/’19), secretary (9/’18), chair (9/’19), public safety (9/’18)and at-large 9/’18 and 9/’19).