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Town Hall Meeting
Saturday, February 24, 2007
Dorman Center
(formerly the Hoodland Community Center)
Salmon River Road

Meeting: 9:30 am - noon
check in starts at 9:00

Balloting Results

Approved Minutes of the Town Hall meeting

Total Citizens Registering: 99 (plus at least one resident who didn't)

  Ballot item
1. Proposed Bylaw change:
         "Quorum and action" => Passed
Link to revised version of Bylaws
2. Proposed Supported Activity
       "Community Input On County Lands"

Link to 2007-0313 draft Meeting Minutes(html)
Link to 2007-0313 draft Meeting Minutes(PDF)
Link to 2007-0313 draft Meeting Minutes - SC revision (html)
Link to 2007-0313 draft Meeting Minutes - SC revision (PDF)


9:00 – 9:30 am Registration/refreshments
9:30 – 9:40 Welcome and introductions - Nancy Dougherty
9:40 – 11:10 Old Business

9:40-10:00 Report on Decisions and Actions by Villages Board
  1. BOD Officer Election
  2. Bylaw amendment Policy and Procedure
  3. BCC action on Amphitheater
  4. process and criteria for removal of a Director
  5. Prioritization of supported activies to satisfy BCC
10:00-10:10 Introduction and Hand Vote:
       Proposed Bylaw Amendments
           Aligning Bylaws BOD "Quorum and Action" with Oregon
           Attorney Generals Manual                - Steve Graeper

10:10 – 11:10 Supported Activities Reports
1. Community Center Barbara Saldivar
2. Mountain Express Bus
Bob Reeves
3. Strategic Planning Organization
Shirley Dueber
4. Hwy 26 Streetscape & Pedestrian Paths Susan Corwin
5. Welches/Salmon River Road Bike Lanes Susan Corwin
6. ZDO Changes and BKM’s to Enhance Mtn Character Don Mench
7. Barlow Trail County Park Mitch Williams
8. Stream Corridor Restoration Don Mench
9. Mountain Heritage Homes Nancy Dougherty
10. Rhododendron Community Park Steve Graeper

11:10 - 11:20 New Business

Introduction and Hand Vote on Proposed Supported Activity
Community Input on County Lands - Don Mench/Steve Graeper

11:20 – 12:00 Additional Community Input - Don Mench/Steve Graeper

12:00 Adjourn

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