All-Committees meeting is canceled starting tomorrow, August 16th, 2021. Instead, BDNA will begin hosting a board work meeting on the third Thursday of the month, 6:30-7:30PM. Currently, this meeting will be virtual as we still take precautions for COVID-19. This is a public meeting and all neighbors are welcome. The first BDNA board work meeting will take place Thursday, September 16th at 6:30PM.
Are you interested in joining the Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association (BDNA) as a board member? We have lots of opportunities to contribute! Elections for 2021-22 positions are happening May 6, 2021! (See below for information on general and elected positions.)
Lewis Elementary PTA’s annual Christmas tree sale is this Saturday, December 5th from 10AM to 2PM. They will have Grand Firs ($6 per foot) and Noble Firs ($7 per foot). Cards or checks only, NO CASH. They will also have a very limited number of wreaths, swags, and centerpieces for sale. Come early for best selection. While you’re there you can grab some Munchy’s Kettle Corn, too. This year, the sale will be located in the front parking lot of the school at 4401 SE Evergreen Street. Please remember to wear a mask and observe social distancing guidelines while at the sale. Also, due to the pandemic, there will not be a holiday bazaar this year, only the outdoor tree sale. Thank you for supporting this Lewis holiday tradition!
Due to the current state of emergency, we are cancelling the virtual Land Use and Transportation Committee (LUTC) meeting schedule for today, September 10, 2020, at 7:00PM. We apologize for any inconvenience. If you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partial Description from the Independent Police Oversight Ballot ReferralSurvey: Thank you for taking the time to share your input! Survey responses are due by end of day SUNDAY, JULY 12 – after which they will be reviewed by Commissioner Hardesty and staff to inform the final proposal.
Commissioner Hardesty believes that one piece of police accountability must include truly independent police oversight, and that’s why she’s working on a proposal with community advocates for council to refer a ballot measure for the November elections.