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Annual Meeting and Board Member Elections

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Annual Meeting and Board Member Elections

December 1 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Free

Join us for our annual Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association Meeting and board member elections. RSVP to receive an email with Zoom meeting info (which will also be posted on this page) on December 1st.

Only current SCNA Resident members can vote. Members will be sent an email on Dec. 1 to join the annual meeting Zoom call and hear about board member candidates. Voting opens at 7PM when a link will be shared during the meeting. Household Members and Lifetime Members get 2 votes – Please RSVP with 2 different emails to ensure your votes are counted.

Topic: SCNA Annual Membership Meeting and Board Election
Time: Dec 1, 2021 06:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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Agenda

  • SCNA President Bill Hoover – The State of SCNA: Despite our Covid setbacks we survived!
  • Finance Committee Chair John Bailey – The good news on SCNA’s finances.
  • Neighborhood Concerns Committee Chair Erik Fay – The busy year of NCC – Housing, Homeless and Redistricting.
  • Board Elections – Introductions of candidates and voting by the membership.
  • Development Committee Chair Kathy Les – Our big year of fundraising.
  • Gerre Buehler – The physical plant of Sierra 2.
  • William Breazeale – Insights Into Monet to Matisse – Meet our neighbor, a curator of European Art at the Crocker Art Museum, and experience highlights of his work and knowledge of the French Impressionist paintings currently at the Crocker.

Meet the Candidates

Board Re-election Candidates

  • John Bailey
  • Gerre Buehler
  • Erik Fay
  • Bill French
  • Bill Hoover
  • Kathy Les
  • Andrea Rosen

New Candidates

  • Sue Hida
  • Emily Lemei

About Our New Candidates

Sue Hida is a retired Cal Trans engineer. For 30 years she engineered mostly bridge design, but also helped some with construction and helped Cal Trans with sales to low-income people. Her father was a Japanese American, who was incarcerated/interred during the Japanese Internment. She is somewhat involved in the Japanese-American community helping administer memorial funds from her father to help mitigate what happened to the Japanese in the 1940’s. Sue moved to Curtis Park in 2004 from the Pocket. She is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the group that writes America’s infrastructure report card. Her involvement has been mainly at the local level but she will become more involved at the state level starting in October of 2022.

Emily Lemei grew up in Curtis Park on Portola Way, where her parents still reside. She remembers attending Girl Scouts, dance lessons and theater classes at Sierra 2 as a child. She attended local public schools and George Washington University in Washington, DC. After a brief stint in politics as a college student, she ultimately returned to California to work in state government. She first worked at the State Personnel Board, then at the California Energy Commission on legislative issues and renewable procurement requirements for publicly owned utilities. She currently works on customer programs and regulatory affairs for the Northern California Power Agency, a joint action agency representing and supporting 16 public power entities. Much of her work is focused on transportation electrification, and she serves on the board of the California Electric Transportation Coalition. After living in Downtown for 10 years, she and her husband and young son moved to Crocker Village last year. “I’m excited to get involved in SCNA,” she said. “I love this community.”

Details

Date:
December 1
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

On Zoom
Your Home!
Sacramento, 95818

Organizer

Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association
Phone:
916-452-3005
Email:
events@sierra2.org
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