Delegate Meeting January 13, 2018

INC met January 13 at Denver’s District 3 Police Station. An SRO crowd heard from Councilperson Paul Kashmann, Denver’s new Neighborhood Liaison and a special program from the representatives of Denver Road Home and Denver Homeless Out Loud, as well as reports from INC committees and a number of delegates who had RNO updates. [No voting matters at this meeting occurred.] President George Mayl opened the meeting with a welcome, and circulated a card of congratulations (to be signed by attendees) to longtime INC delegate and leader, Katie Fisher, who had just retired from 40 years on staff at Iliff School of Theology.

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Delegate Member Meeting Minutes May 13, 2017

The meeting was called to order at 9:00am. The attendance count was 31 Delegates; seven (7) Guests; and no Alternatives. Two (2) additional attendees later joined the meeting, but did not sign in, thereby making an ultimate total attendance of 40. Al Habercorn moved to approve the April meeting minutes, it was seconded and they were unanimously approved by attendees’ acclamation.

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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING FEBRUARY 13, 2017 SWIC

Parry Burnap Accelerate Climate Action Presentation

Climate change important to our time. Our goal is to inspire neighbors to take small steps to take actions to reduce impact on climate because we learned that citizens identify with what neighborhood they live in more so than ever before and they can identify with “place” and personal ability to impact change. We talk about weather and not the climate.

Working for about a year and following information from Naomi Klein book “This Changes Everything” about climate change

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INC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING MARCH 13, 2017

2017 INC Survey – Surveys are an action item for 2017; the 2016 Residents’ Issues survey was quite successful. Should there be both an INC member (RNO) only survey and a general public survey? There will be the need for a ‘to-be-named’ point person for surveys. This is an action item for the April meeting. Jane led the survey, with a team including Tom Mobley, George Mayl and JJ, presenting summary results to each City Council member. The team recommended repeating it. The summary is on the INC website under the ‘Library’ tab.

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