Posts Categorized: Agendas

General meeting & financial report

Tonight is the ENA General Meeting — February 8, 7 pm at the Light & Life Church on 7th Street.  We’ll be hearing from the city about the trees on Legion and emergency preparedness, get an update about the sale of the old Madison School, and holding elections. If you’re interested in volunteering with the… Read more »

December Board Meeting – Tentative Agenda

Eastside Neighborhood Association Board Meeting Thursday, December 21, 2006 Location:  Margaret Frost’s home, @ 826 Frederick St. S.E. A.  Welcome and Intros B.  Old Business Neighborhood Entrance Sign Project Final Steps (Jody) New Bridge Community Church Update  (Eddy) Fundraising/Advertising Update (Elaine) C.  New Business Active Communities 2007 Funding Plan (Jody) February General Meeting Preparation (All)… Read more »

July Board Meeting — tentative agenda

Eastside Neighborhood Association Board Meeting Thursday, July 27, 2006 Swantown Inn, corner of 11th & Central St. SE A.  Welcome and Intros Action:  Review and Approve June Minutes B.  Old Business -Neighborhood Entrance Sign Project (Nathan/Jody/All) Action:  Finalize Tasks & Timeline -National Guard Training at Madison Elementary (Margaret) Action:  Vote on Draft Letter (no quorum… Read more »

June Board Meeting

The June board meeting will be held on Thursday, June 15 at 7 p.m. at 515 Central St. SE. Agenda: A. Welcome and Intros Action: Review and Approve April Minutes B. Unconfirmed Guest: K. Kraig Chalem, Associate Planner, City of Olympia, CP&D, re: Neighborhood Development Projects C. Old Business ENA Letter Re: Log Export Facility… Read more »

April Board Meeting

Eastside Neighborhood Association Board Meeting Agenda Thursday, April 20, 2006 1316 Central St. SE Tentative agenda A. Welcome and Intros -Action: Review and Approve March Minutes B. Guest: Kraig Chalem, City of Olympia Community Planning & Development (invited, but not yet committed). -Central Street Short Plat Development -11th Ave. Development Guest: Jerome Parker, Citizens for… Read more »