Category Archives: SCCO Meetings

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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SCCO monthly meeting this Thursday, the 4th

Our monthly meeting will be held on:Thursday, January 4th7 PM until 8:303280 River Road (Messiah Luthern Church) Zoom option is available Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us06web.zoom.us/j/81092143669?pwd=Uhbbk9YbPabtBvYbhvIBs33J4ywFA8.1Meeting ID: 810 9214 3669Passcode: 669080 The main topic is the Social Justice Committee’s quarterly presentation. Their guest … Continue reading

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SCCO Meeting Presentation from Dec 7 – Santa Clara Water District

Eric Carlson, chair of the Santa Clara Water Board, reviewed when the district was formed and why, its governance structure, how it is funded, what its purpose has been over time, and how it has evolved. Eric also went over … Continue reading

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SCCO monthly meeting this Thursday, December 7

Our monthly meeting will take place on:Thursday, December 77:00 until 8:30 pm3280 River Road (Messiah Luthern Church)Zoom option is available Our main presentation will be by Eric Carlson, president of the Santa Clara Water Board. He will be going over … Continue reading

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Video posted from November 2nd SCCO Meeting

SCCO November meeting – Friends of Trees Video from the November 2nd meeting of the presentation by Erik Burke of the Friends of Trees has been posted. Erik explains how the Friends of Trees operates in the Eugene area. He … Continue reading

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