APRIL 13th 2016
Annual WCC Board Elections
Elections: Officers all ran unopposed
Chair - Sam Hahn
Vice Chair - Emily West
Treasurer - Den Ramsey
Secretary - Cathy Feely
At Large. There were 12 candidates for 11 spots. There were 24 total votes.
The following were elected to the At Large seats:
Aaron J. Moore
Jevon L Peck
Cathy Cookie Kapelka
EWEB Commissioner candidate Sonya Carlson came to visit -
Text from Sonya Carlson's website-
After working for Community Energy Project and other non-profits, I decided to dive into political work.
I worked as Rep. Phil Barnhart’s Chief of Staff for five years. During that time, I forged working relationships with both Democratic and Republican legislators. I helped pass legislation that:
EWEB Commissioners are primarily responsible for setting policy and making investment decisions. Diverse boards are more successful, because they represent a wider variety of viewpoints and thus foresee more risks and opportunities than less diverse boards. It is time to elect a common-sense woman to the board who can bridge divides, has experience setting policy, and training to analyze if a new investment will bring long-term benefit and match our community’s values.
Members of the Whiteaker Market came and gave an update on their looming grand opening, their contact info is firstname.lastname@example.org
Great Whitaker Clean-up and Community Celebration
Organizer Wayde Love asked for support for the WCC to channel contributions. Sam proposed, Den seconded. Unanimous yes vote.
Whiteaker Block Party
The Whiteaker Block Party asked for support for the WCC to channel contribution. Sam proposed, Lefty seconded. Unanimous yes vote.
A 100% volunteer run, free non-profit event that celebrates Eugene and the Whiteaker neighborhood!
WCC General meetings are the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7pm. Meetings are held at the Whiteaker School. If you live, work or own property in the Whiteaker, you ARE a WCC Member!
PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY AND JOIN US NEXT TIME!
7pm Every 2nd Wednesday
Whiteaker Community Center
North Jackson and Clark St.