4/19/2022 Board Meeting

Approved Minutes

  1. Call to Order – President Rodriguez called the meeting to order at 6:18pm
  2. Roll Call
    • Board members present: President Isabel Rodriguez, Vice President Patrick Sullivan, Secretary/Treasurer Kaitlin Hakanson, At-large Member Minea Kiss. Absent: At-large Member Taylor Hampton (excused)
    • General members present: none
  3. Approval of Minutes
    • 3/15/22 board meeting – unanimous approval (Motion by Minea, 2nd by Kaitlin)
    • 4/05/22 general meeting – unanimous approval (Motion by Patrick, 2nd by Minea)
  4. Treasurer’s Report – $2,771.44 in accounts. No new expenditures. Discussion: can we apply for the Dream$avers program?
  5. Old Business
    • Mills Community Garden – no planting for this next year. Sustainable Klamath may be looking for a new location.
    • Tiles for Moore Park – Isabel contacted Merritt (Healthy Klamath) regarding the size of the tiles that we will be painting for the fundraiser. We will be decorating 6” tiles, but we currently have 4” tile vouchers. Will update the group once we have the right vouchers.
    • Status of Property along East Main Street – A public records search indicated that a problematic property on East Main Street owes back taxes, so it’s possible that the property will be available at an auction in the near future.
    • Third Thursday – We plan to participate again this year, but only for the July event. We will not be doing any fundraising and will instead focus on getting the word out about our organization.
    • Street Pole Flags – This project is still in progress.
    • City Streets – Isabel contacted the city streets department about adding more East Main St. Access signs on Main St. and Crater Lake Parkway. The streets department indicated that there are 2 such signs, although we’ve only been able to locate one.
  1. New Business
    • KCAR indicated there are funds for community projects – Klamath County Association of Realtors has supported our beautification projects in the past with financial donations. They ask that we submit a proposal if we are interested in getting financial support this year for a project. Discussion about what types of projects to consider focused on beautification of the south end of East Main Street, where the street intersects with S. 6th St. Sculptures and landscaping were discussed.
  2. Public Comment
    • Isabel – There will be an open seat on the City school board coming up, as the representative from our neighborhood is leaving the area. Kaitlin mentions that anyone interested can get more information at the Klamath County Government Center, in the elections department.
  3. Adjourn – Meeting adjourned by President Rodriguez at 6:37pm

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