PCNC Board Special Holiday Meeting

PCNC BOARD MEETS THURSDAY — HOLIDAY POTLUCK

The Panorama City Neighborhood Council Board of Directors will meet Thursday evening at Mission Community Hospital.

December’s meeting is a special date (the THIRD Thursday of the month) because of the holidays.  In January, meetings return to the regular FOURTH Thursday date.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND GENERAL MEETING

Thursday, December 16, 2010, at 6:30 p.m.

Mission Community Hospital
Medical Office Building, 2nd Floor
14860 Roscoe Boulevard
Panorama City, CA  91402

*** COME AND ENJOY POTLUCK FOOD WITH US.
*** FEEL FREE TO BRING A DISH ONLY IF YOU CAN.
*** DO BRING HOLIDAY SPIRIT AND AN APPETITE.

*** AGAIN, ONLY IF YOU CAN, WE ARE COLLECTING NEW UNWARPPED TOYS FOR THE LAPD-SPONSORED TOY GIVEAWAY THIS SATURDAY AT VISTA MIDDLE SCHOOL.

The agenda includes proposed funding allocations for the fourth annual Panorama City Health and Safety Fair, planned for February 26, for co-sponsorship with the National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO) of a citizenship workshop at Panorama High School on February 11, and for support of the annual women’s college day for local youth, to be held at California State University Northridge on February 12 by the Lambda Theta Nu Latina sorority.

The Finance committee has recommended that draft budgets be submitted with all funding requests that are presented to the Board.

The Board will consider the recommendation of the City Life committee that the Board establish a policy that all Board members, Alternates and the Youth Representative will be expected to attend each quarter two council events (in addition to Board meetings) and one community event.

Certificates of recognition will be presented to two Panorama City businesses and one individual, as recommended by the Commerce committee and approved by the Board.  Numerous certificates of appreciation will also be presented to recognize business support of neighborhood council programs and community events.

Also on the agenda is the Rules committee recommendation that the council bylaws be reorganized to match the newly-required standard Table of Contents, without substantial revisions to the existing bylaws provisions. (The wording in the agenda for this item may not be clear.)

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