The Centennial Neighborhood Association will hold its Annual Meeting on Thursday, October 20th from 6:30-8:00 PM.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org before October 13th to add items to your agenda.
Meeting agenda: TBD
Centennial Neighborhood Association Special Board MeetingIn Preparation for next week’s Special Board meeting, I have attached several documents for your review. Since board membership, board size and possible officer appointments will be at the core of next week’s agenda, it is important that we all understand CTNA’s structure and Bylaws. These Bylaws define our operating parameters. Joe LaGue, CTNA’s Secretary has added a “Sidebar” statement, of an explanatory nature, which is helpful when reviewing issues which will be discussed during our May 19 meeting.
CTNA looks forward to seeing (Zooming) as many of you as possible at this important meeting.
Please feel free to email CTNA if you have any questions prior to the meeting.
Gary Dufault / President
Centennial Neighborhood Association
Thursday, May 19, 2022
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Format – Zoom – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83629552664…
Draft Agenda –
Please find attached CTNA’s Articles of Association, Bylaws.and Draft Minutes of our April 21st Board meeting,
Articles of Association https://drive.google.com/…/1ZaauMnGqGVBx4zTrXkh…/view…
Draft Minutes 5-19-2022 Board Meeting
Your Centennial Neighborhood Association (CTNA) wants you all to know about its upcoming Board meeting. We are extremely excited about the new year, for both its opportunities and challenges. CTNA was formed in late 2019 and represents neighborhoods on Boise’s most western edge, from Ustick to the south to Chinden, as our northernmost boundary, and Cloverdale to just past Eagle Road as it’s western boundary (see map link below). Although it’s been a difficult path these past two years with the Pandemic, CTNA certainly has accomplishments to be proud of, including our founding board member’s part in adding amenities to our beautiful Cottonwood Park in the Mahogany Park subdivision. We have several issues where our Neighborhood Association can make a significant difference, including transportation, housing, zoning, and neighborhood recreational facilities to name just a few.
Maintaining a community’s ties and structure during this pandemic has been difficult but establishing and growing Boise’s latest neighborhood association is well worth our efforts. CTNA encourages you to review the Energize Boise website link below and see that Neighborhood Associations are “where it’s happening” in Boise.
Learn all about Boise’s network of 30+ Neighborhood Associations – Why they are so important and how they influence the direction of our city. https://www.cityofboise.org/programs/energize/neighborhood-associations/
Meeting Agenda Link https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tTTztqr9GaMHa-NQQUxPqxzSmkJ2evZb/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=117018547567682339712&rtpof=true&sd=true
Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89042908571?pwd=emdBVG1sNzRiUXpKOEtFb0JhOVlxQT09
Boise Neighborhood Association Map https://www.cityofboise.org/programs/energize/neighborhood-associations/
Please feel free to contact CTNA with any questions in advance of the meeting. Email: email@example.com
Terms for our CTNA President, Matt Grimm and Kristin Grim, our Secretary, expired last October. They have continued in those roles pending this past week’s quarterly meeting, We want to thank them for their foresight and energy in establishing Boise’s newest neighborhood association. It was through their efforts and those of past Councilman TJ Tompson that facilities were added to Cottonwood Park. The association has also been able to foster better communication and problem solving during its first two years.
New Board member configuration is as follows:
Gary Dufault – President
Trent Holderness – Vice President
Joe Lague – Secretary
Gary Dufault – Acting Treasurer
The Board is excited to move forward into the new year; a year, hopefully, seeing life returning to a closer semblance of normalcy and an end to the pandemic.
This year, your Board will focus on Communication, what your neighborhood Association does, and challenges and opportunities we face together as a community. We are looking forward to your thoughts and participation at whatever level works for you.
Gary Dufault President
Centennial Neighborhood Association
email – CentennialNAboise@gmail.com
This is a reminder that the CTNA Board will hold our Q1 2022 board meeting on January 27th from 6:30-7:30pm. We’ll hold the meeting online via Zoom. You can join using the following link:
Agenda will be updated at the following link: