7:06 President Thomas Boes called the meeting to order, 4 board members present, VP Jennifer absent.
Mary hill made a motion to approve the previous meeting’s minutes, Esther seconded it, a vote was taken, the majority were in favor with one objection and one abstention. Treasurer Robert Bjere’s report was moved to the next meeting in order to clarify it before presenting.
LOT Water Partnership is meeting this Thursday and Friday and there's an Open House on June 24th at the West End Building 4101 Kruse Way in Lake Oswego. There will be a Water Treatment Plant tour in July. Phone for more info at 503-697-6502. It was suggested that there be 2 tours, one on Saturday afternoon and one on a Weekday evening. Lori G. volunteered to be the liaison. Melynda Retallack from Canyon Development presented on the Bella Flats PUD permit extension. This was an audio recorded presentation. The extension is for the 2 existing lots subdivided into 6, R-10 lots. A discussion ensued. A motion was made by Michael and seconded by Esther that a Non Remonstrance be added to the condition of the permit, The motion failed (4 yea / 8 nay with the remainder abstaining)
Lori G. announced the Neighborhood summit would be June 30th 6 p.m. at the Adult Community Center. Also that the organization SOLVE is hosting a volunteer recruitment at the Willamette FH, June 17th (9:30a-2p), Susan and Don asked when the park bathrooms are going to be built. Don also reviewed the boat ramp meeting that was held (extend it out and angle it down stream) and mentioned how the idea for a canoe/kayak launch was objected to on the grounds that users dont pay taxes/fees, but they were reminded of the new permit. One may be added (piggybacked) onto it.
CITY COUNCIL REVIEW:
City issued a Pool RFP. There is a presentation on Water Usage Payment next Tuesday at 7pm.
Randall F., chair of the Friends of Robinwood Station, announced there will be a CC meeting on the 28th to decide if FORS can have the 1 year temp use permit. Co-chair Tony will be presenting to the council, in Randall's adsense. Don of the Rivers committee reported the River is UP! Michael of Parks committee reported he is ready to place the boundary markers and is just waiting for the stickers. Thomas announced that the City offers each neighborhood 1 free sign. We just need to come up with our own logo. It was suggested that we have some form of contest among the residents of our neighborhood to design it. Streets committee Tony relayed a request to get some street signs around Midhill Park that say “Caution Children at Play”. Michael also suggested that streets around construction sites should be photographed before construction so that if any damage happens the contractor will have to pay to repair it. Business Committee member Thomas B. announced that he was selected to be on the Economic Task Force, and that Kevin B. was selected to be on the Residential Infill Task Force.
Curt from Streets committee made the motion to create a resolution that the street committee draft a letter and send it to the city to have them complete the section of missing sidewalk between the old Bail’s Shopping center and the North end of Walling Circle. The motion was seconded by several, a vote was taken and the result was all were in favor with no objections or abstentions.
Secretary Tony announced the Cedaroak Park Primary has changed its construction schedule and that they are now going to displace the Cafeteria first and do the Library remodel last which was not how it was presented to the RNA and prevents the “experimental time” of having the lunches in the classrooms. Michael moved we investigate and document this and that we use our free LUBA Appeal. We put it on the Agenda for the next month that we wish to authorize the issuing of a letter of appeal.
Esther made the motion to adjourn, Don seconded it all were in favor.
Meeting adjourned at 9:04