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Monthly Meeting Minutes for 2003


OMVNA Monthly Meeting Minutes

October 13, 2003

Officers Attending

Chair - Ronit Bryant
Vice-Chair - Alison Hicks
Secretary - Claire Silver
Treasurer - Aaron Grossman
Newsletter - Velva Rowell
At-Large - Julie Wrobel

Officers Not Present

Newsletter - Lisa Windes
At-Large - Larry Rosenberg
Community Liaison - David Andrzejek

Visiting Members

Ken Rosenberg - Slated Member At-Large
Julie Lovins - Newsletter Delivery
Tom Matula - Slated Downtown Committee Representative
Erin Sanders - Slated Member At-Large

1. Introductions and announcements

  • Letter from Sally Lieber
  • Deadline for city commissions
  • United Neighborhood Conference

2. Approval of minutes

  • Minor changes made by Julie Lovins and minutes were approved as amended.

3. Downtown Precise Plan

  • Julie Lovins and Alison Hicks led us through a discussion of precise plan issues in an attempt to narrow neighborhood concerns to several main points for presentation.
    • Castro St facade buildings heights in area H. It was agreed that #2 or #3 on the Precise Plan were the OMVNA preferences.
    • Row houses height limits in area J. Heights of max 35 feet were OMVNA preference and development with neighborhood character.
  • We also discussed neighborhood pros and cons of possible large building development in area J.

4. Newsletter

  • November 13 is next deadline. New articles were discussed.
  • 2004 newsletter schedule to be created after November meeting.

5. October General Meeting/Sunday Oct 19th, 12-2

  • Food (Ronit), drinks, ice, paper goods (Aaron)
  • 11:30 set-up (Ronit, Aaron, Ken)
  • Agenda was discussed and set.

6. Treasurer's Report.

  • Balance $5630.05 (CERT $181.43)
  • Aaron made a presentation of a GO-Kit contents/costs.

Meeting Adjourned at 9:15 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,
Claire Silver, Secretary

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