Draft Agenda CPNA Board/General Meeting on Monday February 22, 2016

The regular Board/ General Meeting of the Columbia Park Neighborhood Association will be held Monday February 22, 2016 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 February 22, 2016

6:30 – Call to Order for Board Actions

6:31 – Approval of the Agenda

6:35 – Approval the Draft Minutes for CPNA January 25, 2016 meeting

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

6:45 – General Meeting

– New Business

Update from CM Kevin Reich

Save our Neighborhood Parks: Tony Sterle

– Old Business

Approval of 2015 CPP end of year report for the NCR dept.

Dot recap from Holidot Party

7:50 – Crime and Safety Update

2PAC recap

7:55 – Announcements/ Communications

The Mississippi River Geotourism Program seeks to capture and promote the culture, heritage and ecological diversity of the people and places that are connected to the Mississippi River through the voices and stories of the people that live along its shores. The National Geographic Society and its partners are working with local organizations, businesses and residents to map the best travel experiences, stories and businesses along the Mississippi River. You’re invited to recommend historic, cultural and natural landmarks; events, attractions and activities; businesses, artisans and storytellers as well as local legends that capture the region’s unique character, heritage and beauty. Here is the web site for the Mississippi River Geotourism Program: http://mississippiriver.natgeotourism.com/. Partway down the site you can find a place to download the nomination guidelines and instructions on how to make a nomination. Or, here’s a direct link to the nomination account set up screen: http://mississippiriver.natgeotourism.com/user/account. Note: Check the box next to “I would like to nominate places to the MapGuide.” That step allows you to go back into your submission later. The National Geographic Society will work closely with the Mississippi River Geotourism Council to select the sites and themes that will appear on the map. The National Geographic Society will make the final determination on wording and site selection. Let’s make sure that all of the great resources along our Minneapolis riverfront are nominated!!!

WALKING GROUP FOR SENIORS – INDOORS
Thursdays – winter hours 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Come walk on the smooth & climate controlled indoor track at Bottineau Park. After your walk, catch up with the news & have a cup of coffee.
Location: 2000 2nd ST NE, Minneapolis.
Off-street parking available in lot next to building at no charge.
Cost: donations appreciated

Eastside Neighborhood Services

Prepare and Prosper FREE Tax Preparation
Tuesday evenings, Thursday evenings, Saturday mornings
January 23th – April 18th

Prepare and Prosper will provide free tax preparation to low-income individuals and families. There is no need to sign up – service is walk-in only. The order in which clients are served will be determined randomly. Everyone present at the sign-in time, which is 5:15 pm on Tuesday and Thursday, and 8:15 am on Saturday, has an equal chance to be served and to be seen first. Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes before the sign-in time. Those arriving after the sign in time will be served if there is time.

FREE Tax Assistance for Seniors – February 1 to April 13

AARP will be providing free tax assistance to low-income senior and disabled individuals at East Side. Assistance is by appointment only and may be made in person or by calling the front desk. Volunteer tax preparers will be here Monday afternoons and Wednesday evenings beginning February 1 through April 13. Appointment times fill up fast, so if you know anyone that could benefit, encourage them to call early. (612) 781-6011

RECQUEST

Because of your interest in the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board Recreation Centers, we wanted to let you to know about the first RecQuest Community Advisory Committee meeting. RecQuest is the MPRB’s collaborative effort to develop a comprehensive recreation centers and programs needs assessment and plan.

The first RecQuest Community Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting will be held on Monday, Feb. 22, 2016. This is a public meeting and all are welcome to attend. Agenda items for the meeting include an overview of the MPRB Comprehensive Plan, review of the RecQuest project, a discussion of the Phase I report [PDF] and time for public comment. Please consider attending to provide your input.

CAC Meeting #1
Date: Monday, Feb. 22, 2016
Time: 6–8 pm
Location: Farview Recreation Center
Address: 621 N 29th Ave.
Topics: Project overview, report review, and discussion.

8:00- Adjourn

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