Strathcona Community Council AGM 2020

Strathcona Community Council AGM 2020

The SCC’s Annual General Meeting is scheduled for November 30 at 7PM. Agenda to Follow. This year we will only have official business and updates from the City. We wish to resume more meetings and events throughout the year, once it is safe to do so. For access to the Zoom meeting, please request the link by emailing strathconacommunitycouncil@gmail.com. The meeting will include: SCC document review Approval of 2019 AGM minutes (available here) Treasurer’s report Election All executive positions are elected at our AGM, for the year ahead: President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Communications Officer Member At Large (Maximum 6) You are encouraged to volunteer for any of these positions by emailing your choice(s) in advance to strathconacommunitycouncil@gmail.com. Each position will be awarded to the volunteer with the most votes for that position. City updates We will be taking advance questions for Clr. Maureen Wilson up to Nov. 26th. Additionally, you can email the questions directly to the Ward 1 office in the weeks leading up to the...
Strathcona Community Council – 2019 AGM

Strathcona Community Council – 2019 AGM

Hello neighbours! You are invited to the 2019 Strathcona Community Council Annual General Meeting. Here are the meeting details: Monday, November 25, 2019 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Erskine Presbyterian Church Hall – 19 Pearl St. North, Hamilton We will start the evening with the AGM business: approval of past minutes (please find the minutes here), approval of the Treasurer’s Report (to be presented in the meeting), and elections to the Council Executive. There will be vacancies in the executive, so if you are interested, please come and stand for election and help support your neighbourhood association have another great year of community events and outreach! Following the business part of the AGM, we will get an update from our Ward 1 Councillor Maureen Wilson, get an update from our Hamilton Police Services west-end crime manager, and get an introduction to our new HPS neighbourhood liaison for the coming year. Lastly, there will be a great presentation from the folks at the Social Navigator Program, a made-in-Hamilton program to help Police and Paramedics connect at-risk individuals with the health and social services they need. Here is the detailed agenda. Hope to see you all...

Strathcona Community Council – Draft Constitution

At the 2016 SCC AGM, a draft Constitution was voted on and accepted, subject to a few revisions proposed during the meeting (please see the minutes from the AGM here). At subsequent SCC Executive meetings the revisions were approved, and the revised, working draft is now the operating Constitution for the SCC. A motion to finalize the changes will be made at the 2017 AGM. Please see the working draft of the constitution here: SCC Constitution Draft...

SCC Executive Meeting [DRAFT] — May 12, 2015

This is a working draft. Minutes will be approved/adjusted at the July 2015 Executive Meeting. Download as PDF: SCC minutes may 2015 Strathcona Community Council General Meeting May 12, 2015   Chair: Jonathon Therien In attendance: Celeste, Anne Marie, Raychel, Dominic, Michelle Regrets: David, Ryan, Commie, Mike, Ed, Maggie, Brian, Jen, Mark Regrets also sent by Sgt Ciarmoli and Clr Johnson   Item #1: Featured Guests from Environment Hamilton, Jen Baker and Juby Website: hamiltonparadise.org Phone: 905-549-0900 The guests came to talk about the pollinator project in Victoria Park, which was known as the Butterfly Garden. This project is the brainchild of the Hamilton Naturalist Club and Environment Hamilton. The idea is to create a pollinator centre which includes butterflies and bees and any other of the Creator’s creatures that would contribute to pollination. The emphasis is planting native plants. This is the flagship project and Victoria Park has been chosen as the launch site. Paul O’Hara, a landscape designer, who has a local business, Blueoak Native Landscapes on Locke Street, is the designer. He is a specialist in native plants. The girls brought a picture of the proposed design. Michelle asked the question:   How did Mr O’Hara land the contract? The guests did not know about the selection process. The proposed project has approximately $12,000 in funding. Around $3,000 came from the Participatory Budget project, most of the monies had been raised independently and the source(s) were not disclosed. They noted that Clr Johnson may have access to other funding pots. They brought forward June 13, 2015 as the launch date and they brought a flyer they have been handing...

SCC Executive Meeting — April 13, 2015

Download as PDF: SCC Minutes April 2015 MINUTES SCC Executive Meeting Monday, April 13, 2015 7PM – Zion United Church Rec Centre   Meeting commenced:  7:05PM   Present:  Ed, David, Anne, Michelle, Santo, Connie, Celeste, Mike Regrets:  Ryan, Raychyl, Councillor Johnson, Brian, Jonathan, Jessica Late Arrival:  Dominic (after PBAC meeting same night) Absent:  Maggie, Jen, Mark, Krist, Patti, Christine, Lee, Jason, Monica, Greg   Additions to Agenda: None   Approval of Minutes:   From September:  in abeyance (as per December Minutes “Minutes of last official meeting not approved.  Members who attended last meeting were not in attendance this evening.”   December’s Minutes were inadvertently re-approved instead of September’s Minutes.  Jonathan, please add to May Agenda.   Motion by Celeste:  To approve March Minutes Seconded by:   Mike Carried.   Topics:   Item #1, Recap of Screen Off the Green & Copyright issue: About 100 in attendance.  Jonathan, please add Expenditures to May Agenda.  Additional expenses mentioned that weren’t previously discussed.  Dale Brown communicating with Audio Cine regarding copyright fees invoice. Consensus agreed that the SCC needs to be apologetic and cooperative.   Jonathan’s Notes: Previous information on copyright law said if we owned the film and charged nothing to view we were permitted.  Perhaps the law has changed. Dale Brown of Aidan Johnson’s office is looking into it as well.   Item #2, Recap, Strathcona “Easter” Egg Hunt: Jonathan, please add Expenditures to May Agenda.  Approx.  50-60 children attended; including adults around 100.  Good feedback; coffee appreciated.  Dominic, can you please send Connie an update on the Oxford component.  SCC needs to start earlier next year in planning process and needs to...