Tuesday, December 11, 2001

SUMMARY NOTES: Guidelines Review, Empowerment & Assessment Team, GREAT

City of Portland, Office of Neighborhood Involvement

Members present:
Nancy Chapin, Alliance of Portland Neighborhood Business Associations
Cathy Crawford, University Park Neighborhood Association
Leonard Gard, Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc.
Patricia Gardner, Pearl District Neighborhood Association
Raymond Hites, Lents Neighborhood Association
Brian Hoop ONI, City of Portland
Joleen Jensen-Classen, ONI, City of Portland
David Lane ONI, City of Portland
Moshe Lenske, Woodstock Neighborhood Association
Stanley Lewis, Downtown Community Association
Michael O'Malley, Irvington Neighborhood Association
Jerry Powell, Goose Hollow Foothills League
Mark Sieber, Neighbors West/Northwest
William Warren, Central Northeast Neighbors

Absent:
Bud Breithaupt, Central NE Neighbors
Ruth Spetter, City Attorney

Additional Attendees:
Kathy Bambeck, Bridlemile Neighborhood Association
Lee Perlman, Media
Charles Shi, Refugee and Immigrant Consortium
Kevin Montgomery-Smith, Association for Portland Progress

 

Meeting Summary

Introductions and Call to order
The meeting was called to order at 8:30 AM by Co-Chair, Patricia Gardner.

Corrections to the Minutes

Page 2, the Definition of Neighborhood Office, District Coalition and Alternative Service Delivery Structure needs to be formatted to reflect the will of the committee. Neighborhood Office is the heading and District Coalition and Alternative Service Delivery structure need to be indented as subheadings as follows:


C. Neighborhood Office: An organization, which supports participation services for neighborhood associations and everyone within a geographically defined area.

1. District Coalition: An independent non-profit corporation that contacts with ONI and run by a board that is primarily comprised of representatives from its member neighborhood associations.

2. Alternative Service Delivery Structure: An Administrative mechanism for delivery neighborhood services on a model other than the standard neighborhood district coalition.

Definitions as of now


C. Neighborhood Office: An organization, which supports participation services for neighborhood associations and everyone within a geographically defined area. Approved by the committee at the 11/27/01 meeting.

1. District Coalition: An independent non-profit corporation directed by board which is primarily composed of representatives from it member neighborhood associations.

2. Alternative Service Delivery Structure: An Administrative mechanism for delivery neighborhood services on a model other than the standard neighborhood district coalition.

Discussion about Alternative service delivery structure:

3.96.030 Formal Recognition

Discussion of Code Language

Public comment.

The Meeting adjourned at 10:00 AM.
Joleen Jensen-Classen
Office of Neighborhood Involvement