Category Archives: Elections

SCCO Meeting and Board Elections Thursday, February 2 at 7PM

The Santa Clara Community Organization will be holding its annual election of board members at the February meeting. To be eligible to vote a person must be a resident, property owner, or business owner who lives within the Santa Clara … Continue reading

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SCCO meeting videos have been posted – Meet your new Ward 7 councilor and learn more about Peace Village and homelessness

Videos are now available from the January 5th SCCO meeting. The first video is an introduction to our new Ward 7 city councilor Lindsie Leech. Meeting attendees made comments and asked Councilor Leech a multitude of questions. The video is … Continue reading

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Meet the new Ward 7 councilor this Thursday at the SCCO meeting

New Ward 7 City councilor, Lyndsie Leech will be introduced at this Thursday’s SCCO meeting at 7 PM. This will be an opportunity for the Santa Clara community to share neighborhood priorities. The other main topic will be a presentation … Continue reading

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Santa Clara Newsletter in Your Mailbox Soon

Santa Clara residents should be finding an SCCO newsletter in their mail soon. Key topics include: The election information covers who is eligible to vote and run for a board position at the February 2 SCCO meeting. Here is a … Continue reading

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Interim Ward 7 Councilor selected

From the City of Eugene’s website: The City Council has appointed Lyndsie Leech [link goes to Leech’s application] to fill the Ward 7 Interim City Councilor position. Leech was appointed during a Work Session conducted Wednesday, December 14, 2022.  Leech will serve … Continue reading

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