Interested in finding out where you can voice concerns about changes in your neighborhood? Local residents seeking a better understanding of how the neighborhood development process actually works and what steps the Corvallis Planning Commission must take in order to meet the needs of area residents are encouraged to attend the City Club’s next gathering on Monday, April 14. Guests can learn firsthand how the commission operates their meetings and how proposals become changes for the community.
Commission chair Jennifer Gervais will serve as keynote speaker for the event along with Julie Hansen, a member of the Cougar Hill Neighborhood Organization. They will field questions about the commission and offer guidance on how to best work collaboratively with the commission to achieve improvements in your neighborhoods.
City Club meets in the Les Schwab Gym at the Boys & Girls Club, 112 NW Circle Boulevard. The meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 14 at noon, with doors opening at 11:30 a.m. Attendance is free, with a catered buffet lunch from Kimhoa’s Kitchen ($12 for non-members, $10 for members). To register, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “City Club April 14” in the subject line by Friday, April 11.
Get more information at www.cityclubcorvallis.org.
By Anthony Harris