NOTICE: In light of current public health concerns related to coronavirus COVID-19, the special meeting of the Eugene School District Board of Directors on April 1, 2020 will take place virtually. School board members will meet by phone pursuant to ORS 192.670, the meeting will be open to the public via live broadcast on KRVM 1280-AM and via the internet at www.4j.lane.edu/stream
MEETING: Special Meeting of the Eugene School Board
DATE: Wednesday, April 1, 2020
TIME: 6:00 p.m.
Items for Action: Process for Interim Superintendent Search
Public comment and comments by employee groups will be received via email only. In an effort to reduce the spread of coronavirus COVID-19 and in compliance to the Governor’s Stay Home, Save Lives Executive Order, this meeting will be held virtually and there will not be in-person public comment. Send public comment via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. * Clearly label the subject line as: “Public Comment” * Public comment received prior to the start of the board meeting will be published in board materials, linked on the district’s website within 48 hours of the board meeting. The board will read, review and consider all public comment. The district has a board policy for filing a formal complaint against an individual. Please contact the Superintendent’s Office at 541-790-7706 for more information about submitting a formal complaint.
For anyone interested in attending a presentation by Jed Truett the planner working on this proposed building project, we will be meeting at the proposed site location:
3010 Friendly Street at 5:30 pm on Thursday, April 9th, 2020.
Rest Haven Cemetery Notice of Public Hearing on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 at 5:30pm at Harris Hall – Lane County Public Service Building, 125 East 8th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97401.
How to submit testimony: You can attend the public hearing and state your concerns. You are also encouraged to submit written testimony if you have detailed comments you wish lo make. Your written comments must include your mailing address if you are not already included on the City’s interested parties list and wish to be included on the mailing list for any future notices, including notice of decision, on this appeal. Send written testimony to the Planning Commission, c/o Rodney Bohner, via e-mail: RBohner@eugene-or.gov, via regular mail, or hand delivered to Rodney Bohner, City of Eugene Planning Division, 99 West 10″ Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97401 prior to the hearing. You can also submit written testimony at the hearing in the event of an appeal.
NLC Housing & Homelessness Committee Meeting – Thursday February 27th from 12:00 – 1:00pm at the McNail-Riley House 601 W. 13th Ave.
We continue our 3 month focus on creative, affordable housing options. Join us to hear from Amanda Dellinger, SquareOne Villages; Tricia, Emerald Village resident; and Dylan Lamar, an architect & developer who will share an innovative small housing project located in Springfield.
Please view the links for further information:
SHiNA General Meeting Agenda for Sunday, November 3rd.
The next SHiNA general meeting will include our annual elections for the SHiNA board and a presentation from Cascadia Prepared. They will talk about what we can do to prepare for the next Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake. The meeting will be held at the Hilyard Community Center, 2580 Hilyard Street in Eugene. On Sunday, November 3rd, from 4:00 to 6:00pm.
We would love to have community input for future topics of interest at our neighborhood meetings. We have a few remaining raffle items from our Annual Picnic that include a Sunrise Asian Food Market Gift Certificate and a Ditch the Disposables Bag that we would like to raffle off. Snacks and juice will be provided at the meeting.
The next SHiNA General Meeting will be held on:
Sunday, October 6th from 4:00 – 6:00pm at the Hilyard Community Center located at 2580 Hilyard St.
350 Eugene is dedicated to helping raise public awareness of climate change. It is organizing direct action around institutions and policies driving climate change issues. Linda Perrine will present the Eugene Carbon Free Challenge which enables Eugene residents to learn about their personal carbon footprint and ways to reduce it. This is a joint project with the City of Eugene, EWEB and 350 Eugene to help neighbors begin to reduce our collective carbon emissions now as part of the Eugene Climate Action Plan. We are working to reach as many residents, businesses, nonprofit organizations and faith groups as we can this year. We need your help! You can host a House Party for the Eugene Carbon Free Challenge outreach and our ECFC team will be glad to help you teach others about this project and the above website. Join us in the work to reduce personal carbon emissions in Eugene!