Category Archives: Elections

Monthly SCCO Meeting This Thursday, the 4th – Housing and Homelessness

Our monthly meeting will be this Thursday, April 4 at 7 PM. In Person:3280 River Road (Messiah Lutheran Church) Online – we are switching from Zoom to Google numbers(US)+1 505-738-2695PIN: 119 036 461# Agenda Housing and Homelessness A presentation … Continue reading

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March 7 SCCO Meeting – Board Elections, NE Booster Club, Yes for 4J schools information, STAR voting information.

March will feature three short presentations and SCCO elections: Mar 7, 2024 7:00 PM Join Zoom Meeting ID: 819 7969 5857Passcode: 343002 Dial by your location• +1 253 215 8782

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Board Elections this Thursday, February 1

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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Coming Soon – The Santa Clara Newsletter in Your Mailbox

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 1st SCCO meeting. Five board positions … Continue reading

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River Road Community Organization hosting Candidates forum Monday, April 10

You may want to join the River Road meeting next Monday to learn more about candidates running for various positions in the May elections. From our friends at the RRCO: Community Meeting April 10 at 7Hybrid meeting-  In person at 1055 … Continue reading

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