CPNA Board/General Meeting Monday October 19, 2015

The regular Board/ General Meeting of the Columbia Park Neighborhood Association will be held Monday October 19, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the Columbia Golf Manor 3300 Central AV NE, main floor Bride’s Room at end of the south corridor.

Need Accessible entrance opened call Liz at 612-390-3735

Columbia Park Draft Meeting Agenda for Monday September 21, 2015

6:30 – Call to Order for Board Actions

6:31 – Approval of the Agenda

6:35 – Approval of draft Minutes of Monday September 21, 2015

6:39 – Treasurer’s Report- Receive and File

6:59 – General Meeting

7:00 – Old Business

Event for renters at Edison, report from Jane on how it went, interest in participating in their next event

Welcome to new neighbors plan

December event and dot-mocracy items

7:15 – New Business

Approve 2014 Year end filings

Liz’s contract ends soon

Does the board have any interest in attending a human resources training

What info from outside organizations should go on website/FBpage or in newsletter?

7:30 – Crime and Safety Update

Jane/ Susan Webb (tentative, may have to come in November)

7:45 – Announcements/ Communications

Dear Neighborhood and Community Leaders,

The revised draft of the Blueprint for Equitable Engagement is now available for another round of public review. The review period will begin today, Friday, October 16 and last until Monday, November 30.  During the review and comment period held during summer the of 2015 we receive much input and feedback from neighborhood and community members, so much so, that it led to major revisions of the Blueprint for Equitable Engagement document. Because of this, we wanted to hold another review period for any additional feedback.

The Blueprint for Equitable Engagement is a 5 year plan to ensure an innovative and equitable engagement system for the City of Minneapolis. The plan will be used as a roadmap to better achieve the department’s mission, “Engaging Communities for a Better Minneapolis”, between

2015 and 2020. Inclusive and equitable participation will be critical to achieve the One Minneapolis goal.

During the review period we have scheduled three opportunities for the public to attend open houses to learn more about the Blueprint for Equitable Engagement and provide comments:

Saturday, October 24th 10:00am – 12:00p.m. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park (4055 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis, 55409)

Monday, October 26th 5:00 – 7:00p.m. Farview Park (621 N. 29th Ave, Minneapolis, 55411)

Thursday, November 5th (NCR’s Department Open House) 4:00 – 6:30p.m. Crown Roller Mill Building (105 5th Avenue South, Minneapolis, 55401)

Please provide your comments in writing no later than 4:30 p.m. on Monday, November 30th to:

Neighborhood and Community Relations Departments Crown Roller Mill Suite 425 105 Fifth Ave S Minneapolis, MN 5540

You may also provide your comments in writing to ncr@minneapolismn.gov.

All comments received will be reviewed by NCR staff, and will be used to develop final recommendations to the Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission and the Minneapolis City Council. If you have any questions about the draft Blueprint, please contact me at (612) 673-3129 or David.Rubedor@minneapolismn.gov.

You can visit our website to view a timeline for the process moving forward and to download a copy of the draft Blueprint for Equitable Engagement document.

 

Dear Neighborhood Leader,

NCR is pleased to announce that the October learning Lab will be held on Thursday, October 29, 6:00-7:30pm at All My Relations Gallery, 1414 East Franklin Avenue. The aim of this learning lab is to discuss strategies to increase neighborhood involvement among American Indian and African American residents. Leaders from these communities will co-lead the session.

This learning lab is a collaboration between NCR’s Neighborhoods and Access & Outreach Teams in an effort to support neighborhood  organization outreach efforts. Space is limited, so please RSVP to NCR@minneapolismn.gov with your name and neighborhood or community organization.

Learn more about how NCR can help your neighborhood reach under-represented communities in Minneapolis.

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8:00- Adjourn

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