Volunteers Needed for the CTRA Board

The annual meeting of the College Terrace Residents Association (CTRA) is coming up on Saturday, March 23, at 9:30am at University Lutheran Church (1611 Stanford Ave at Bowdoin). Palo Alto mayor Eric Filseth will give an address and Q&A, residents will elect the 2019-20 CTRA board, and there will be pastries and muffins provided by Khoury’s Market.

We are still looking for volunteers for a few open positions on the CTRA board for 2019-20 – no experience necessary, just an open mind and generous spirit. If you are a College Terrace resident and are interested in serving on the board, please email current CTRA president James Cook, or just come to the meeting and volunteer. It’s a small time commitment and a fantastic opportunity to serve your neighborhood and community.

Here’s a tentative schedule for the annual meeting:

9:30 a.m. Coffee/pastries/socializing with neighbors old and new
10:00 a.m. Welcome and “State of the Terrace” address by current CTRA President James Cook
10:15 a.m. Election of new CTRA board
10:30 a.m. Mayor Eric Filseth’s address followed by Q & A
11:15 a.m. Announcement of election results and appreciation of new board members
11:30 a.m. Meeting ends

One thought on “Volunteers Needed for the CTRA Board

  1. Fred Balin says:

    Data-and-preso wiz man, among other talents, Mayor Eric Filseth outdid even himself at his 3/4/19 (Palo Alto) State of the City address, particularly on The local and regional Issue of These Times: Housing.

    You may disagree on the conclusions based on his research or that today’s circumstances override his prescription, but the impact was profound. Be sure to attend the Annual Meeting, to meet, greet, and hear the Mayor, and come prepared with your most insightful big picture questions.

    Article at: https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2019/03/05/palo-alto-mayor-challenges-sacramento-on-housing

    Interview at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XR8GdCU3JVU

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