Mosier Community Center Meeting, 1:30 pm, 10/22, Mosier Senior Center

Please join us the Fire/City Joint Use Community Center meeting at the Mosier Senior Center 10/22/18, 1:30pm.

AGENDA:

I 1:30pm                Call to Order (Terry Moore) Roll Call
II Agenda corrections or additions  5min
III PUBLIC COMMENT —This is for Mosier residents a nd anyone else to express concerns, needs, or opportunities.  Please keep your comments succinct and under two minutes.  You may bring in written materials for Committee and Staff to review.  The Facilitator can assign the issue to a future Committee meeting, or to an appropriate Committee or staff member.  Please realize that we cannot always offer a response immediately but will give the matter due consideration. We encourage the participation of all stakeholders in our community.  10 min
IV Approval of September 26th Committee Meeting Minutes (corrections)
V ACTION ITEMS REPORTS AND NEXT STEPS
1. 1:45 pm  Review of Decisions/Agreements Last Meeting – Terry Moore  10 min
2. 1:55 pm Project Design Workplan Review/Discussion – Witt Anderson

RFP/Procurement – Randy Boehm

 20 min
3. 2:15 pm  Site Feasibility Discussion on Final Report – Terry Moore

Report on Agreement with Silas Bleakley – Witt Anderson

 15 min
4. 2:30 pm Fundraising:

  • Introduction of Fundraising Committee Chair – Marty McGee/Emily Reed
  • Update on Senator Bentz Letter – Emily Reed
  • Update on Meeting with Frank Kay – Emily Reed
  • Update on Heidi Venture Contract for Ford Foundation Grant – Emily Reed
 15 min
5. 2:45 pm

2:50 – 3pm

 Next Steps – Assignments and Calendars

ADJOURN

5 min

 

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NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION 2018

NOVEMBER 6, 2018 elections are coming up!

Current Seats:

MAYOR

COUNCILOR POSITIONS 1, 3, & 5

THE FILING  DEADLINE IS NO LATER THAN 5PM ON AUGUST 28TH

The City Hall is open M-W-F from 9:00-1:00  We will also be here to assist you outside of those hours as well. Just call or pop by and make an appointment. Thank you for helping make a difference in your community.

Thank you for conserving water.

The conservation order has been lifted. It it always wise to be mindful of our natural resources. Native, drought tolerant plantings are a great start. Check your irrigation for leaks, and consider faucet aerators. Energy saver kits, through Energy Trust of Oregon are free to Pacific Power account holders. This kit includes the faucet fixtures that will reduce your daily use by up to 20%

If you need some assistance with getting one of these kits, please send an email to the City Hall, or leave a message and we will do what we can to help. Don’t forget to stay hydrated in this heat. Thank you Mosier!