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Community Safety meeting
July 26 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Note: The election of a committee co-chair will take place as soon as the committee’s other business is completed, regardless of the time.
Introductions and announcements
Updates from police and other law enforcement agencies, with time for questions and answers
Neighborhood-related safety ideas and concerns: open discussion
Block Patrol news
Safety coordinator update
Election of a committee co-chair to serve a two-year term
Per the SSCO bylaws, anyone who lives, works, is a member of a community organization, or owns property or a business in the neighborhood is eligible to be a candidate and to vote.
Candidates may submit their names for nomination in advance (contact Dave at 874-2840 or email@example.com) or may nominate themselves at the meeting.
The Safety committee co-chairs are responsible for:
- Attending and running the monthly committee meeting, which usually occurs on the fourth Thursday of each month at 6 p.m.
- Representing the committee at safety-related events or meetings.
- Setting direction and providing leadership for the committee, including deciding what to include on the meeting agendas.
- Sometimes making policy recommendations on complicated or controversial issues and working on special projects; this can involve additional meetings outside the monthly committee meeting.
After the election, the committee will recommend a representative to report on its behalf to the SSCO Board of Directors, which meets on the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m.