Old Mountain View Neighborhood Association
Monthly Meeting Minutes for 2003
OMVNA Monthly Meeting Minutes
January 13, 2003
Chair - Ronit Bryant
Vice Chair - Alison Hicks
Secretary - Tom Macagno
Treasurer - Aaron Grossman
Newsletter Editor - Lisa Windes / Velva Rowell
Officers Not Attending:
Community Liaison - David Andrzejek
At-Large - Julie Wrobel
At-Large - Larry Rosenberg
1. Review past SC minutes
Approved as is.
2. SFV Lodge issues
Eric Minden highlighted the problems he has experienced with the Portuguese Hall.
Motion: Ronit will draft a letter asking the City to include a noise limitation in the new building permit for the hall.
3. Downtown Committee Update
Alison reported that maximum building height is going to set at 55 feet.
2/18 and 2/24 are dates for focus group meetings.
Julie Lovins also reported. Plans for up coming grocery store. Julie will send out a message over OMVNA Talk regarding the public hearing for revisiting the Precise Plan.
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4. Plans for Upcoming General Meeting
Date is February 1.
Kevin Duggan will speak.
We will collect questions for him.
Scheduled 11 to 3.
We will provide pizza and beverages.
Tom and Ronit will help setup.
Lisa will pickup 6 pizzas from Tony and Albaís.
5. Treasurerís Report
Current Balance $8,072.44. (Excluding CERT)
Tom will look for ATM card.
Aaron bought CERT equipment as previously approved by a motion.
Map indicating block Captains was handed out.
Aaron could use help organizing CERT
7. Goals for coming year
Postponed until next meeting.
Ronit looked into the matter. She spoke with Jim Cochran who said he would show her the ropes. Hiring a lawyer would be expensive.(over $3k)
9. Roundtable Items
Motion passed to spend up to $250.00 on acquiring Adobe Acrobat.
OMVNA will provide money for CERT meeting (refreshments).
Meeting Adjourned at approximately 9:15 PM.
Tom Macagno, Secretary
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