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March 27, 6 PM – 7 PM
8835 SE Woodstock Blvd
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Dear Lents community,
The 4th Tuesday of every month is typically when we host our General Meetings, starting at 7 PM. This time, we’d like to do it a little differently: let’s meet an hour early, starting at 6 PM, to share a warm meal with our neighbors and get to know each other better!
Our meetings are usually about LNA business, and they tend to be packed with agenda items. But this hour before the meeting is meant to be packed with good conversation and delicious food.
In preparation for the event, think of something that you might like to share about yourself with your neighbors. Do you have a special family tradition? A cool project that you’re working on? Something that you’re passionate about?
We look forward to getting to know you better!
Please RSVP so that we order enough food for everyone.
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Nominate them to serve on the Lents Neighborhood Association Board! The current positions open are:
Chair – Facilitates meetings, coordinates with guest speakers, prepares agendas and assists other board members in achieving the shared goals of the LNA.
Land Use Chair – Monitors Land-use cases in the neighborhood and helps nearby neighbors respond to Land-use cases. Helps neighbors connect with and learn about larger city issues concerning land-use and the built environment. Coordinates with BDS, BPS and Metro to ensure that neighbors are able to provide feedback on issues of land-use.
Transportation Chair – Keeps track of transportation planning issues and projects that impact Lents. Coordinates with ODOT, PBOT, Metro and TriMet to ensure that neighbors are able to provide feedback on issues of transportation.
At-Large – The “Choose your own Adventure” position. At-Large board members take on special projects. In the past, they’ve tackled organizing neighborhood clean-ups, organizing town hall events, doing membership outreach, and coordinating with other local groups like Parent Teacher Associations.
If you know anyone who would be a great LNA board member – nominate them! Or send them this LNA Candidate Form so they can self-nominate!