Collins View Neighborhood Association is an association of small scale geographically defined neighborhoods, each represented by delegates. The Neighborhood Emergency Team refers to them as 'Sectors'. The set of Sectors has been evolving since 2015. (?)
The Board also has two voting positions filled by the Administration and the Student Government of Lewis & Clark College.
See the above CVNA Board Composition as a CHART (PDF). Good for printing.
|Secretary||Maryellen, acting firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Treasurer/Finance Chair||Avi Solomonemail@example.com|
|SWNI Rep||Fran Laird||At Meetings|
|Outreach Coordinator||Maryellen Readfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Land Use Co-Chairs||Dave & Dixie Johnston||505-636-0959|
|SW Parks, Environ, Trails||Brendan McGillicuddyemail@example.com|
|Public Safety Chair||Gene Lynardfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Transportation Chair||Prakash Joshiemail@example.com|
|Safe Routes Delegate||---||--|
|Delegates||See 19 people below||--|
|LC Admin Rep||Mark Duntley||duntley @ lclark . edu|
|LC Student Reps vary||---||aslc @ lclark . edu|
Neighborhood delegates solicit concerns from the neighborhood and bring them to the Board for consideration and assist in the dissemination of information from the Board back to the neighborhood.
To insure that each portion of Collins View is represented on the Board, we recognize one person from each delegate area (aka Sector). Delegates may have other roles on the board of directors, but the person has only one vote total (not one vote as delegate, and another vote as a committee chair, for example.)
Please refer to map on neighborhoods page as definitive reference. The districts are derived from the SNAP 'sector' walkabout maps. There are anywhere between 20 to 60 homes per sector.
If there are two or more delegates (alternates) for a given sector, only one may vote at a given board meeting.
Delegates are elected in May of each year, so their commitment runs from May to May.
See sections g) and gg) under'Duties of Board Members' below, for more bylaws text pertaining to delegates.
|4th Ave & Boones Ferry||John Miller||43|
|Boones Ferry #1||---||~40|
|Boones Ferry #2||---||~40|
|6th Ave & 6th Ct||---||52|
|8th Dr 1||---||41|
|8th Dr 2||---||59|
|Brugger & Collins||---||25|
|Corbett & Collins||Bob and Dana Fischer||40|
|Kelly & Palatine||Brendan McGillicuddy||21|
|Maplecrest Drive & Court||Anna Browne||68|
|Ridge Dr||Avi Solomon||41|
|Terwilliger Blvd Place||Elise deLisser||50|
The SWNI Liaison attends district coalition board meetings and represents CVNA issues on that board. This person is also an (ex officio) member of the CVNA board. S/he will advise the CVNA board of SWNI issues and activities. SWNI is Southwest Neighborhoods Inc.
The Lewis & Clark College Liaison maintains our working relationship with the College. The College Liaison works on college-related objectives of the CVNA Action Plan, if any. (This is a different position than the College's representatives to CVNA.)
The Riverdale School District Liaison maintains relations with the school, similar to the College liaison.
|NET Team Leader||Bob Fischer|
|L&C College Liaison||Prakash Joshi|
|Riverdale School District Representative||Paula Robinson|
|Riverdale School District Liaison||-?-|
|Friends of River View Natural Area (FoRVNA)||John Miller|
|trans||Transit and Transportation|
|safety||Crime Prevention and Safety, Neighborhood Watch|
|parks||To be defined..|
CVNA has been a very active Neighborhood Association over the last several years, with many pressing issues. Typically, the agenda fills quickly with demands and issues from a variety of sources.
You are encouraged to bring issues to the attention of Committee Chairpersons, and Neighborhood Delegates. They can assist you in bringing the issues before the Board for its attention. We use the general email address outreach at collinsview dot org for all city, county, and Metro business, ... membership general inquiries, and so on. This is so that as officers change, the email will continue. ('contact' is also defined and used, but it goes to outreach.)
Chuck someone wrote the original bylaws. Diane Palmer (Early 1980s) John Miller, Phil Hornik, Sonya Kazen, Dave Johnston, Sonya Kazen, Lynne Obrien Wolff, Richard Keough, Charlie Weiss, Jim Diamond. Other chairs? Bylaw Keepers. Go through old SWNI newsletters?