Welcome to your REED (RNA) Neighborhood Association board meeting. Thank you for joining us today. We aim to hold a warm and encouraging space for community action and input. This is a place for neighbors to come together to address various issues and hopes for our neighborhood. The RNA is not here to act on behalf of neighbors, but rather to create a platform from which all neighbors can effectively work to improve REED neighborhood.
6:30 – Greet & Verify Neighborhood Membership
6:35 – Minutes and Agenda
6:40 – Leadership Training Opportunities at SEUL
6:50 – Introduction to the Community Safety project
The Red Cross is offering FREE virtual disaster preparedness presentations. Disaster preparedness information including how to: be informed of our local hazards, make an emergency plan, and build an emergency kit. Help make your family and our community safer and able to recover more quickly following a disaster.
Reed Neighborhood Board Elections
Consider joining the board! Meet us online on Wed, Sept 16 at 6:30-8:00 pm
Elections are coming up on Wednesday, September 16! We are a fairly laid back bunch, and typically focus most of our efforts on organizing the Summer Neighborhood Picnic, and Winter Holiday Party. We want you!
(Defined by Mulnomah County Code 13.002: Any dog bite that breaks the skin and is accompanied by an attack where the dog exhibits one or more of the following behaviors, but not limited to: snarling, baring teeth, chasing, growling, barking, snapping, pouncing, lunging, multiple attacks)
PLEASE REPORT IT TO
YOU CAN DO SO ANONYMOUSLY
THE ATTACK DID NOT HAVE TO AFFECT YOU OR YOUR PET, BUT IF YOU WITNESSED AN ATTACK
PLEASE REPORT IT
THE ATTACKING DOGS SHOULD BE QUARANTINED AND THE EVENT REPORTED TO THE COUNTY
We certainly hope you are all doing well at home during the Governor’s Executive Order to stay home. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns that we may be able to help with. Below are a few updates that may be of interest to you:
Update From Reed College: Reed community safety reports that people are not leashing their dogs and it’s creating a lot of problems. They only have essential employees working on campus right now, and they are not staffed to handle such problems. We want to help keep the campus open, please leash all dogs!!!
Like most colleges, Reed has moved classes online for the rest of the semester. There are still about 150 students living in dorms, so they do have essential staff to tend to maintenance, food service, health and wellness, and security. At this point, they have cancelled Renn Fayre, but have not yet cancelled commencement or reunions, but those decisions will be coming very soon. So campus will be pretty quiet for the remainder of the year.
They hope to keep the campus open as a public space, but can only do so if everyone adheres to the Governor’s Executive Order. All guests on Reed’s grounds must strictly adhere to social distancing guidelines and maintain a distance of at least 6-feet from other visitors. Co-habitating folks can group together, but groups or individuals cannot come within 6 feet of each other. This is obviously easier in some places more than others — Those walking through the narrow paths of the canyon need to be especially courteous when passing slower groups/people or when approaching from opposite directions. Per the Governor’s order, there will be signs around campus to remind people of the social distancing guidelines.
We are very lucky to have such a beautiful green space available right now. Thank you Reed College, for keeping your campus open!
Hopworks Takeout & Beer To-Go in the Neighborhood
Urban Brewery, up on SE Powell currently has takeout beer to-go and keg
specials running at Hopworks during this 4 week order from the
Rob Nosse will speak at our Reed Neighborhood meeting on Wednesday, March 11, to hear any concerns you have about the recent legislative session in general, and would also like to hear about your priorities.
Please stop by to hear what he has to say, and share your concerns and questions.
Wednesday March 11
6:30: Meet & Greet
7:00: Rob Nosse – Board business will follow
Reed Performing Arts Building
Save the Date! Reed Board Elections on Wednesday, May 13. We are a fairly laid back group, our meetings are usually efficient and on time, and we are open to your ideas. Please consider joining your neighborhood board. We want you!
Welcome to your REED (RNA) Neighborhood Association board meeting. Thank you for joining us today. We aim to hold a warm and encouraging space for community action and input. This is a place for neighbors to come together to address various issues and jopes for our neighborhood. The RNA is not here to act on behalf of neighbors, but rather to create a platform from which all neighbors can effectively work to improve REED neighborhood.
7:00 – Welcome and Introductions
7:05 – Report conclusions from last month’s budget discussion (10 min)
7:15 – Report on Social Media position (10 min)
7:25 – Communication Funds Application (25 min)
Anne will bring application/instructions/etc
Election, Picnic, Holiday Party, Clean Up, General Meetings/Social Media Costs
This is a reminder that the next Reed Neighborhood meeting has two excellent speakers.
Reed Neighborhood Meeting Wednesday, November 13th, from 7-8:30 PM (6:30 Meet & Greet) Room 104 in the Performing Arts Building (PAB) on the Reed College Campus.
Red Cross Presentation on Emergency Preparedness We hear that Joe Ohana from the Red Cross is an excellent speaker! Please invite your neighbors–our success in a disaster will depend on individually prepared houses.
Gary Granger will give a presentation on the Portland Crow Roost Study. Every Portlander sees families of crows in their neighborhood on a daily basis, but what you may not know is that during the winter the local birds join thousands of others in a dramatic gathering in our downtown area forming a nightly roost. This urban roost is a unique natural spectacle that makes Portland a special place, similar to the annual return of the Vaux Swifts in the Chapman School chimney. The people doing this Crow Roost study are longterm Portland (and suburb) residents who have engaged in this community science project studying the urban crow roost in Portland for the past 3 years. They monitor the crow roost weekly, do population counts and document night roost locations. They are working closely with Audubon of Portland on this project. Portland Crow Roost: pdxcrowroost.com We look forward to seeing you there!