Category Archives: SCCO Meetings

Video’s posted from June 2 SCCO meeting

We’ve posted two videos from our June 2 meeting. A 15 minute presentation and update of the Peace Village Coop being constructed at the site of Peace Presbyterian Church. The presentation includes a request for volunteers at a September fundraiser. … Continue reading

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Monthly SCCO Meeting Thursday, June 2 – 7PM

The agenda for our June 2nd meeting is as follows: Amanda Dellinger from Square One Village presenting the possibility of their annual fundraiser at Peace Village property (15 min presentation, 10 min Q and A) Outreach ideas for the River … Continue reading

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Navigation Center Video posted

Two videos from our May 5th SCCO meeting have been posted. The first is a video about the Navigation Center and Good Neighbor Agreement. The Navigation Center is a low barrier facility that will be housed at 100 River Avenue. … Continue reading

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SCCO Meeting this Thursday, May 5, 7PM

Please join us for the May 5th SCCO meeting. Topic: SCCO May meetingTime: Thursday, May 57:00 PM Topics: Discussion of Square One Village annual event at the Peace Village site (Amanda Dellinger, Square One) Discussion of Lane County’s “Navigation Center” … Continue reading

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Video of Lane County Commissioner Candidate Forum

The SCCO hosted a candidate forum last Thursday, April 7th. Four candidates participated. The topic categories were: Land Use Financial Transportation Public Health Unhoused Social Justice Climate Change River Road-Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan The candidates who participated were: Ryan Ceniga … Continue reading

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