The November 4th Park Santiago Neighborhood Association meeting will feature a representative from OC Vector Control who will discuss options for dealing with fire ants and mosquitos in our neighborhood. This will also be our election meeting.
Positions one can run for in PSNA include president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, or one of twelve quadrant representative positions. Those who serve must be available to attend PSNA meetings the first Wednesday of the month, typically six times per year. Details about duties and qualifications for board members can be found in Articles V-IX of the PSNA bylaws, which you can click on here: http://park-santiago.com/bylaws/
A complete draft of our meeting agenda follows.
Park Santiago Neighborhood Association Meeting Agenda (DRAFT)
Nov. 4, 2015 – 7 p.m., Lawn Bowling Clubhouse (North Valencia Street at Santiago Park)
- Introductions (2 mins.)
- Secretary’s report: determine quorum, approve minutes from last three meetings (Béa, 3 mins.)
- Treasurer’s report (Bill, 3 mins.)
- Election for Executive Board members and Quadrant Reps for 2016 (20 minutes). A neighbor volunteer who is not running for election must facilitate. One vote per household.
- Committee reports (2 mins. each). If anyone from any committee has a report, please share. Committees include:
- Community Watch
- Communications, including e-news; and Newsletter and Website committees
- Hoover linkage
- Elections and bylaws
- Santiago Park
- Announcements/other (3 mins.)
- Next meetings: First Weds. of February, 2016; guest speaker will be Melanie McCann giving Part 2 of her presentation on home and garden renovations.* Additional meetings to be held the first Weds. of the following months: April, June, August, October and November.
- Guest speaker: a representative from OC Vector Control will discuss options for dealing with fire ants and mosquitos in our neighborhood.
* Reminder from Melanie McCann, City of Santa Ana Associate planner: City’s California Friendly Landscape standards for front yards and parkways – Minimum 65% live landscape and maximum 35 % permeable hardscape http://www.santa-ana.org/sawatersmart/default.asp