2013 Meeting Summaries!
November 11, 2013. State of Pflugerville Message Mayor Jeff Coleman, just re-elected without opposition for his second term, and City Manager Brandon Wade reported on Pflugerville's achievements and their hopes for 2014.
October 14, 2013. Candidate Forum for District 50 Candidates. There are three Democrat and one Republican candidates running to fill Texas Representative Mark Strama's vacant seat in the Texas Legislature. All candidates were invited. Celia Israel (D), Rico Reyes (D), and Jade Chang Sheppard (D) participated, but Mike VanDeWalle (R) had another engagement. PfCONA is a non-partisan, community group and does not endorse candidates for election.
WATCH THE CANDIDATE FORUM on PfCONA's video channel on Vimeo.com.
The results are in from Election Day November 5th. Because no candidate received more than 50% of the votes, there will be a run-off election between Celia Israel(D) (31.86%) and Mike VanDeWalle(R) (39.16%) sometime in January. For more information visit Travis County Clerk or http://www.votetexas.gov/.
September 9, 2013. Best Practices for NNO and Block Watch. Pflugerville's National Night Out isTuesday October 1st! We heard from an expert panel including Rod Reyna, Dwight Bertram, and Steve Gore from Prct. 2 Constable, Cpl. Dan Griffith from Pflugerville Police Community Services, Judy Key, Royal Point HOA, and Stan Smith and Perry Langham, Greenridge HOA. Both HOAs described in detail how they organize their successful NNO including agenda, budget, and publicity methods in printed handouts. The Prct. 2 Constable alsoprovided guides for starting a Block Watch program and protecting your home.
All of the 11 valuable resource handouts (Word, PDF, PPT) are combined in one ZIP file that you may download 2013_NNO_advice_dos.zip (4.7 MB)
August 12, 2013 - CPR Lesson and Fire Prevention Programs: Lt. Tim Wallace, Fire Investigator and Prevention Officer, led the group in a complete Take10 style compression-only CPR lesson. He also described the Fire Department's many fire prevention and safety training programs available to HOAs and neighborhood groups. In addition to Take10 CPR, programs cover smoke alarm checkups, fire extinguisher usage, Vial of Life kits, disaster readiness, and more. For more information, call 251-2801 or email twallace [at] pflugervillefire.com. Read more Safety Preparedness Resource articles here.
July 8, 2013. Finding & Hiring Quality Vendors: Best Bid and Contract Procedures. One of the biggest responsibilities of an HOA board is hiring vendors like landscapping, common area repairs, management services, or legal advice.To answer questions, we invited a panel of experts including property managers Rick Zilem from PS Property Management, Ashlynn Wells, Senior VP, FirstService Residential, and Gregory Cagle, attorney and author of Texas Homeowners Association Law.and a summary of 2013 Texas HOA legislation passed in June.
Help us make a directory of vendors commonly used by HOA boards. Click here to complete the survey. Your answers will be reported anonymously and we only want to know vendors you had a satisfactory experience with.
June 10, 2013. Best Practices for a Great Pool. Who could resist the lure of cool, sparking water on a hot Texas summer day? However, the life guarding, safety codes, water quality, and maintenance expenses to operate a resident pool is the source of major HOA board headaches. Our speakers Kerry Evans and Rick Hill of Lifeline Aquatics presented best practices in pool management and safety requirements. Pool Drownings: An average of 390 children per year drown in the USA. Texas was 2nd in the nation with 41 deaths in 2011. Find out what you can do to prevent this. The City of Pflugerville has home pool inspection requirements (read the PDF) and rules about properly draining pools so they don't pollute creeks or kill wildlife (read the PDF).
May 13, 2013: HOA Legislative Update. There were over 50 bills filed in the 2013 Texas Legislative session directly affecting HOAs and their rights and administration. Connie Heyer with Niemann & Heyer LLP, HOA law specialists, provided a bill summary (March PDF and May PDF and June PDF) and answered questions about the more important HOA bills and how they might affect HOAs and their members. For example, the Texas Legislature may pass restrictions on HOA's ability to control xeriscape landscaping.
April 22, 2013: PISD Board Candidates Forum. All five candidates running in the May 11, 2013 Pflugerville ISD Board of Trustees election participated in a public forum on April 22 sponsored by PfCONA. Candidates are Tony Hanson vs Mario Acosta (winner) in Place 3, Lance Sandlin vs Carol Fletcher (winner) in Place 5, and Vernagene Mott (unopposed) in Place 4. The complete forum included: 1)Opening candidate introductions, 2)Question and answers to 7 questions, several asked by the moderator and several by the audience. and 3)Closing statements. After the event, candidates wrote answers to 10 questions that can be read here (view PDF). Candidate statements were included in the event Program (pdf). Watch PISD Board Candidate Forum Video or Vimeo.com/channels/pfconatv.
Early voting runs April 29 thru May 7 and polling locations can be found on the PISD web site at http://cms.pflugervilleisd.net/Page/3377.
April 8, 2013: Save Water; Save Money! Public Works Department water experts Darrell Winslett, Patricia Rinehart and Eddie Garcia explained City programs like Drop-by-Drop and discounts on rain barrels to help us conserve and use water efficiently. The department also goes to schools and printed an award-winning childrens activity book about water conservation. According to NOAA computer projections we should expect a hotter and dryer than average summer.
March 11, 2013: Solving IH-35 Traffic Congestion. http://mobility35.org/ and TxDOT project engineer Steve Miller explained the IH-35 alternatives being considered to improve traffice flow like reconfigured entrance/exit lanes, car pool lanes, and new intersection designs for overpasses. Other transportation-related planning web sites include: project connect north corridor, movabilityaustin.org, imagine austin plan, and envision central texas.
February 11, 2013: Pflugerville Schools: Plans for the Future. Dr. Kenneth Adix, CFO of Pflugerville ISD, spoke to us about PISD's student enrollment growth(PDF), school construction, debt finance, uncertain state funding levels and PISD budget planning. With a total 2012-2013 budget of nearly $210 million and a monthly payroll cost over $11 million, the PISD financial facts make it clear that educating about 24,000 students is a BIG enterprise! With the 83rd Texas Legislature currently in session, school finance policy is a major debat topic.
January 14, 2013: New Year Vision Meeting: Members looked back at 2012 for what worked well. (read the agenda) We discussed poll results (read the PDF) from 35 persons, both infrequent and frequent attendees, showing that the topics with the stongest interest included the fire department tax overlay proposal, property tax rate setting, state of the city message, candidates forum, home crime prevention, Texas HOA legislative update, water conservation, HOA board effectiveness, city planning/zoning process, fire prevention, and selecting HOA vendors, The members present also elected new 2013 PfCONA officers as Chairman Clay Leben, Vice Chairman John Grasshoff, and Treasurer/Secretary Melody Ryan. Mr. J was appointed to the Safety Committee and Carl Wasmuth was reappointed to the Communications Committee. The group expressed its apprection to Randy Reese for being the 2012 Vice Chairman.
November 12, 2012:State of the City Message for Pflugerville by Mr. Brandon Wade, City Manager who is the administrative executive hired by the City Council and Mayor Jeff Coleman, who serves as elected leader until 11/2013, spoke generally on How is our City progressing? What challenges lie ahead in 2013?
October 15, 2012: Candidate Forum: We heard from candidates running for Place 3, Place 5 Pflugerville City Council and Precinct 2 Constable. More Election Information: Candidate Q & A, Interactive Voting Map, Travis County Clerk Elections. Meet The Candidates: Place 3 Pflugerville City Council, Tom Anker (no web site), Omar Peña (website), David Prout (no website.) Place 5 Pflugerville City Council, Victor Gonzales (biography). Precinct 2 Constable: Adan Ballesteros (website), Raul 'Roy' Camacho (website), Toby J. Miller (website). View the Election Day ALL RACES BALLOT
Council Candidates: Anker, Peña, and Prout
Prct 2 Constable Candidates: Ballesteros, Camacho, and Miller
Congratulations! Peña & Ballesteros
View City Council Candidates
View Prct 2 Constable Candidates
Forum Questions: Candidate Written Answers
After the Forum, we gave all candidates the opportunity to submit written answers to the audience questions to allow them more time for reflection. Compare their answers below in a table format. Click on PDF to download the file or view in your browser..
Constable Candidate Answers (PDF)
Council Candidate Answers (PDF) (Peña & Prout)
September 10, 2012: Ready for National Night Out? We learned how to prevent crimes in our neighborhoods. Our speakers were Officer Dan Griffith of Pflugerville Police who explained NNO and Block Watch programs and Officer Rod Reyna Precinct 2 Constable who presented effective crime fighting tips (below see handouts he gave us plus view two more here.) Several HOA's described their plans for October 2nd National Night Out and what residents enjoyed most.
Neighborhood Crime Fighting Advice
August 13, 2012 - You're On the HOA Board: Now What? Jake Christenson,CMCA®, AMS®, Vice President at Alliance Association Management, gave an overview of Board best practices and member roles and responsibilities. Mr. Christenson has over 9 years experience in property management with responsibility for supervision, training, and continuing excellence of managers and board members.
July 9, 2012 - Successful Social Events 101 Panel. Falcon Pointe HOA Resident's Club hosted the July PfCONA meeting featuring a panel of social committee representatives from Royal Pointe, Greenridge and Falcon Pointe who shared their tips about successful social events in neighborhoods of various sizes. Nineteen attended representing 8 Pflugerville neighborhoods.
Publicity Is Key To Event Success
The most important element to a successful social event is resident communication and publicity in multiple sources – newsletters, websites, Facebook, e-mail invites, fliers, and outdoor “bandit” signs.
Evite and Facebook can be used to personalize invitations and encourage advance registration for the events to improve planning. Some neighborhoods require an email address on the pool key application to develop their neighborhood contact list. Information can also be sent to residents registered on the HOA website.
Newsletters - Examples were provided of weekly, monthly and bi-monthly newsletters. Including a picture of the author of articles as well as links to contact information can help to personalize the boards and committees. Newsletters can be sent electronically as well as printed format. Some neighborhoods will hand deliver newsletters or put newsletters in a realtor-type flier box near each mailbox.
Clubhouses - Larger neighborhoods with clubhouses can utilize them to host larger community events as well as smaller clubs that meet on a regular basis. Smaller neighborhoods can utilize their common areas, park, and neighbor’s homes or yards.
Event Themes Build Interest
Event ideas described by participants included Spring Fling, Daddy/Daughter Dance, BBQ Cook-off, Movie in the Park, Watermelons & Water balloons, Pool parties, Cheeseburgers in Paradise, Casino Night, National Night Out, Chili Cook Off, Fall Festival, Haunted House, Santa photos, and Winter Wonderland.
Examples of food or goodies served included smoothies, margaritas, hot dogs, hamburgers, popcorn, cotton candy, and hot cocoa.
Childrens games and small prizes included tossing quarters/toys in the pool, races, inflatable bounce house, gift cards, and small toys or candy from Dollar Tree.
Examples of resident groups included Poker, Coupon, Health/Fitness, Craft, Wine, and Bunco.
Committee Organization Makes the Work Easier
Face-to-face social committee meetings help but it depends on the number of events. Committees can meet monthly, quarterly or annually. It is best to keep meetings focused on tasks to be done and divvy up responsibilities so everyone helps. Its a good idea to communicate more as the event gets closer. Keep a 3-ring binder for forms that log information on activities, sponsors, donors, budget, actual expenditures, volunteers, supplies and ideas. This will help in planning future events and for future social committee members so that there is no need to “reinvent the wheel”. -- By Melody Ryan, Secretary/Treasurer
June 11, 2012: To learn about "Saving Money with Low Water Landscaping," we met at local plant nursery Green & Growing. Owner Tim Pfluger generously shared his knowledge of which plants do best in dry, hot weather and still look beautiful. We also had guests Eddie Garcia who told us about the City's Drop-by-Drop Landscaping Rebate Program and Richard Moline who volunteers at the Travis County Master Gardeners help desk (512-854-9600 M-F 8am-5pm except holidays). Sara from Project Connect North Corridor also explained the purpose of their June 19 public meeting. Twenty plus persons from 11 neighborhoods attended.
May 14, 2012: Chief Ron Moellenberg presented how demands for service and costs have continued to rise. To save property and human life, the Department's goal is for fire/EMT crews to arrive within six minutes. Current response time is about 8 minutes. He explained why new funding sources for Pflugerville's fire/emergency services are needed . Because Texas emergency services districts are limited by law to a 10-cent tax levy, the Department will ask Pflugerville citizens to vote on a new overlay ESD district to fund medical emergency services.
April 9, 2012: A planning disucssuon was held with 10 persons representing 7 neighborhoods. The following monthly meeting topics were decided upon: Xeriscape Landscaping (June), Board Orientation 101 (July), Super Social Events 101 (August), Safety/NNO Readiness (Sept), Candidates Forum (October), City Message (November), and Membership Meeting (January 2013). No meeting in December. We hope that summer meetings could be held at an HOA club house or City Park, so subscribe to our email list or Facebook page to be notified of updates. Nominations were made to elect Clay Leben for 2012 Chairman and Melody Ryan for 2012 Treasurer/Secretary. Members present passed the motion by acclamation. The Vice Chairman position remains open.
March 12, 2012: Lt. Tim Wallace, Fire Investigator and Prevention, discussed with us how HOAs and NAs can educate homeowners on preventing fires. The Fire Department has free community outreach programs on fire extinguishers, smoke/CO2 alarms, home and business code inspections, fire station tours, fire truck drive-by, Vial of Life medication kits, family and school safety programs, and much more. CPR classes will be starting again soon (4 hours) and cost only $30. Programs require at least two weeks lead time to come to your HOA. Contact Lt. Wallace for more information at 251-2801 or twallace [at] pflugervillefire.com. Read all the Safety Preparedness Resource articles here. One important tip was everyone in your family should know how to open the garage door if the electricity is off and the automatic opener doesn't work! (Pull the release cord and lift it.) Nominations for PfCONA Executive Committee may be made by contacting pfcona [at] gmail.com.
February 13, 2012: Water Conservation Saves Money. Our speaker David Foster reminded us that we are still experiencing bad drought conditions and LCRA could restrict Pflugerville's water supply 20% if it worsens this summer! David explained HOAs can conserve water and save money. Clean Water Fund experts will work with HOAs to adopt homeowner rules that encourage appropriate landscapping for drought. Download David Foster's slide presentation (PDF, 13.6MB) Download the free Clean Water Fund brochure. (PDF) Have question for Clean Water Fund? Please contact Alejandro Savransky, CWF Outreach Coordinator, at 512-474-2046 or firstname.lastname@example.org.) We also had an update from Discover Green Young Environmental Leaders, a nonprofit that trains youth for eco-inspiration projects. Darrell Winslett, Pflugerville's City Water Conservation Manager, (512-251-9935) also told us how residents can sign up for city programs that provide rebates on plants, yard signs, rain barrels, and choosing low-flow appliances. We appreciate that Darrell and Tracy Hibbs, who oversees water billing, both came tonight.
January 9, 2012: Some active members discussed PfCONA's strengths, weakness, opportunites, and threats (SWOT). We concluded that PfCONA can play a valuable role in Pflugerville's future, but that our members need to network more and build relationships to every Pflugerville HOA. Several people said they would help search for contact information. We also brainstormed speakers and topics for upcoming meetings that will attract HOA board members.
December - No Meeting was scheduled
November 14, 2011: Pflugerville's City Manager Brandon Wade provided us an overview of City services and progress. Mr. Wade described many examples of steady, good growth: sales tax revenues were up, new green businesses were expected to move here with new jobs; there were 460 new homes started and a high-end apartment complex and new restaurants will be built at Stone Hill Town Center. James Rincon's article in the Pflugerville Pflag also summarized the City Manager's presentation.
September 12, 2011: Crime Prevention: What Neighborhoods Can Do To Help Police! Presentations were given by Officer Dan Griffith, Judy Allen, Police Chief Chuck Hooker, and Tony Ellis, President of Pflugerville Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (CPAAA) . We learned the latest news about community policing program including Citizens on Patrol (COPs), Block Watch, National Night Out, Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT), and Victim Serices to name just a few, HOA play an essential role in educating and recruiting residents to help the police fight crime and emergency preparedness that saves lives.
July 11, 2011: Is Your HOA Ready for the New State Laws? Our guest speaker, attorney Connie Heyer will summarize the just concluded Texas legislative session and its impact on HOA management. Ms. Heyer is a legislative specialist for Community Associations International (CAI) Austin Chapter and a top advisor on HOA management. A practical guide for HOA boards was distributed to 23 attendees representing 15 neighborhoods/HOA boards.
We Want to Hear From You! Fill in our poll, Is Your HOA Ready?
June 13, 2011: Keeping HOA Common Areas Beautiful and Secure. Residents of 9 neighborhoods attended. After introductions, Councilman Wayne Cooper informally answered questions. Then we divided into two groups: one to discuss landscaping and one to discuss security issues. Take away points included: Don't neglect your HOA entrance landscaping because its the first impression everyone sees. Get to know City staff like the Arborist, the Recreation Director, the Police Chief because they are helpful experts. Plant thorny plants like roses or holly around pool fences etc to discourage people climbing over. Cheap security camera systems may not record faces clearly, so shop with an expert vendor/installer. Watch door-to-door sales people without opening the door to test if they are looking for homes where residents are gone. DIY can install a door intercom, video camera, and use longer screws, longer dead bolt, and metal plate door jam.
Help us find good vendors for HOA services in 2012
Landscaping, security, pool cleaning, management companies, and general fix-it services: who do you recommend? Answer a 3-question survey about vendors your HOA uses. Click to complete the survey.We received a handful of candid recommendations after the June meeting. We are still collecting your vendor recommendations in 2012.
April 25, 2011: Council Candidate Forum. Watch PfCONA Candidate Video Council candidates answer questions from PfCONA and general audience members. Speaking were Place 2 candidates Brad Marshall and Denise McGillivray and Place 4 candidate Starlet Sattler (unopposed). Candidate Jason Wilson could not attend. Duration 41:53 minutes. Congratulations to Brad Marshall who received the moste votes in the May 14 election.
Candidate Question & Answers: After the Forum concluded, PfCONA invited all the candidates to provide written answers to questions asked by PfCONA (4 questions) and the audience (8 questions). As of May 5, we received answers from Ms. McGillvray, Mr. Wilson, and Ms. Sattler. Mr. Marshall declined to participate. Read the PDF. View or download the audience handout (PDF). Streaming video recorded live during the event may be seen on Livestream.com
March 14 2011. A group of 13 residents from 11 neighborhoods (Gatlinburg, Fairways of Blackhawk, Windermere, Greenridge, Mountain Creek, Bohls Place, Royal Pointe, Parkview Estates, Springbrook Glen, Saxony, and Highland Park North) shared their perceptions of their local needs and discussed how PfCONA should organize meetings and projects. Five neighborhood HOA/associations paid their 2011 dues. Nominations were accepted by Clay Leben for Chairman; Benny Bowser for Vice Chairman, and Mary Esther Garza for Secretary/Treasurer. A motion was made, seconded, and passed to elect the nominated slate of officers by acclamation. Greg Bolin agreed to lead an effort to find contact information for HOA subdivisions. Other members expressed interest in working with the Safety or Communications Committee. The group thought PfCONA should sponsor a Candidate Forum on either 4/18 or 4/25 depending on room and candidates availability. View Minutes (PDF)
February 14, PfCONA Meeting was cancelled . It was decided to publicize and recruit more attendance for the March 14, 2011 meeting to involve more neighborhoods and diversity of ideas. The election of new officers was tabled.
January 10, 2011 Guest Speaker: Trey Fletcher, AICP, Managing Director of Operations, City of Pflugerville. provided an update on the Pflugerville 2030 Your Voice, Your Choice Process. However, because of low member attendance and no slate of officer nominations, the scheduled election was tabled until the February meeting or later.
December - No meeting was scheduled.
November 8, 2010 HOA Board Member Basics and 2011 Legislative Update
with Community Association Institute (CAI) Austin Chapter speakers. Texas Legislature Report by Connie Heyer, Attorney, Niemann & Heyer LLP. Board Member Basics 101 by Gregory Cagle, Armbrust & Brown, PLLC. Stay tuned! A recording of the speakers will be posted here later.
October 11, 2010 Fall Political Candidate Forum – Candidates asked for voters support. Speaker videos online included:
Ted Ankrum - DEM Candidate for District 10 U.S. Representative
Mary Lou Serafine - REP Candidate for Texas Senate Disttrict 14
Mrak Strama - DEM Candidate for Texas Reprentative District 50
Emily Cowan - LIB Candidate for Texas Representative District 50
Pat McGuiness – REP Candidate State Representative District 50
Sarah Eckhardt – DEM Travis County Commissioner Precinct 2
David Buttross - REP, Candidate for County Commissioner, Precinct 2
Karin Crump – DEM Candidate Justice of the Peace Precinct 2
Glenn Bass - REP Candidate Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2
At the September 13, 2010 PfCONA meeting Tom Archer from Homeowners of Texas (HOT) spoke about new legislation bills to protect new home buyers from shoddy home construction by unscrupulous builders as well as changes limiting HOA authority. The revision of PfCONA bylaws was discussed but a vote was tabled until the November meeting.
The August 9, 2010 PfCONA meeting was cancelled. Discussion of bylaws revisions will be discussed at the September meeting.
The July 2010 PfCONA Meeting was all about SAVE Energy, SAVE Money: Presenters told us how to cut utility bills with solar panels, tankless water heaters,and EnergyStar appliances. Presenters: Cody from Texas Water Heaters, Pflugerville Building official Blake Overmeyer, and Derrick Smith, AB Financial Services, explained tax credits for energy improvements. Mike Weinnig, Energy Efficiency Consultant was to explain solar panels installed by Standard Renewable Energy but did not attend.
The June 2010 PfCONA Meeting covered important safety topics: Fire and disaster readiness, flash flood dangers and myths, and introduction to CERT training. Our expert speakers included: Fire Department's Lt Tim Wallace, Assistant Chief Tom Crane, City Building Official Blake Overmyer, Pflugerville Police Department's Sgt Jason Smith, Sgt Reyna and Jose Dominquez. See the June Minutes below.
The May 2010 PfCONA Meeting was all about summer family fun. Our guest speakers included: Round Rock Express, D eutschen Pfest, Pflugerville Pops, Pflugerville Farmer’s Market, Blu Bambu Water Park (to open May 2011), Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Watch the Blu Bambu Water Park presentation online.
Political Forum held April 12, 2010 7:00 pm at the Justice Center, Pflugerville, TX. PfCONA hosted a political forum with 7 candidates participating. Listen to audio recordings of speeches on the Gatlinburg Neighborhood Association's website.
Bill White, Democrat Candidate for Governor
Senior Advisor Tina Benkiser for Rick Perry, Republican Incumbent for Governor
City of Pflugerville
Mayor Pro Tem Victor Gonzales for Mayor Jeff Coleman
Councilman Wayne Cooper
Virginia German(did not attend)
The March 2010 PfCONA Meeting was on March 8, 2010. The presentations for this meeting included: 1) Angelheart Children´s Shelter 2) Pflugerville Lions Club 3) City of Pflugerville´s Drop By Drop program 4) Discover Green Young Environmental Leaders.
The February 2010 PfCONA Meeting was held February 8, 2010. The topics for this meeting were 1) Ivonne Espada-Simeon, who gave a presentation and a handout on the 2010 Census 2) Lou O´Hanlon and Sheryl Cheatham, representatives from the Austin Neighborhood Council. See video of 2010 Census presentation
The January 2010 PfCONA Meeting was held January 11, 2010 at 7:00 pm at the City Council Chambers, 100 East Main Street, Suite 500, Pflugerville, TX. The topics for this meeting were 1) Introduction of City Manager Brandon Wade 2) Aston Reis, IESI Recycling Coordinator explained new recycling service, 3) Nomination & Election of PfCONA Officers, and 4) Planning Session for PfCONA’s 2010 year.
June 14, 2010 Meeting Minutes
For those who missed last evening’s fire and disaster safety meeting – you missed a great presentation filled with very useful information. Many thanks to the Pflugerville Fire Department, the City of Pflugerville, American Red Cross and the Pflugerville Police Department for their superb education and support to the membership of PfCONA.
What else happened?
Cindie’s Billboard issue – Dropped, a member reported the billboard is no longer there. Brief discussion of future billboards but in Pflugerville City limits.
- Appointee - Clay Leben to Ad Hoc Library Expansion Forums to represent PfCONA.
- Appointee – Kevin Kluge to Ad Hoc Safe School Route Forum to represent PfCONA.
- Appointee – Judy Key to CAI membership for PfCONA. Chairman Marshall Addington will be serving on Pflugerville’s Corridor Review Committee (2007 Ordinance).
Reports were given from Kevin Kluge for Envision Central Texas, Rod Reyna for Downtown Planning and PfCONA Safety Committee, Marshall Addington for CAI, Constable’s office and membership services, and Clay Leben for Communications Committee.
For suggestions, ideas, support for revision of PfCONA Bylaws please contact Ad Hoc Committee Chairman Rod Reyna by the end of June. The Special PfCONA business meeting will be held in August.
For suggestions, ideas, support for possible revision of PfCONA’s website please contact Communications Chairman Clay Leben ASAP. The Executive Committee will be receiving a proposal from the committee within the next two weeks. Thank you all for your support and participation…see you at next month’s meeting!
Marshall Addington, Chairman