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BCNA elections 2019
Our annual Officers elections are coming up at the next General Association Meeting on Tuesday, December 10.
In order to vote , or to be considered for an office, you need to be a registered member of our association by November 30.
Registration is easy: just mail or e-mail our Treasurer:
Jeff Seiden-BCNA Treasurer
PO Box 3683
Austin TX 78764
Please state your name, phone, e-mail address and mailing address.
We do appreciate a $25 annual membership donation but it is not necessary to become a member.
If you have attended General Association meetings this past calendar year and have indicated on the sign-in
sheet that you wish to become a member, you are already registered. Not sure whether you are currently registered?
Please contact the Treasurer and he’ll let you know.
BCNA Election Committee
Each year, we elect members of our neighborhood to present our interest in front of City officials, Boards and Commissions
and the Austin City Council.. These are volunteer positions and we appreciate all of you who have donate your time and energy
to make sure our voices are heard.
Below is a list of officers and a description of their roles. Several current officers have expressed interest in running again,
but we are always looking for new neighbors to join.
A list of all known candidates will be published in the upcoming BCNA newsletter; in addition, we will take nominations from the floor at the General Association meeting on December 10.
If you have any questions about any of the roles below, please contact one of the current officers or the Election Committee.
BCNA Elections Committee
BCNA Bylaws HERE
The President is the primary spokesperson of the BCNA. S/he presides at all meetings of BCNA general membership and the Executive Committee, makes appointments with the advice and consent of the Executive Committee, and cosigns all checks drawn on the account of BCNA.
The Vice President – Neighborhood Issues shall assist and support committees related to zoning, development, parks and traffic.
S/he will preside at BCNA meetings when necessary due to the absence of the president.
The Vice President – External Affairs shall assist and support activities related to community ambassadors, neighborhood-wide social events, creek clean ups, neighborhood outreach, resource persons and serves as the Austin Neighborhood Council Representative.
Communications Director – shall assist with and support activities related to information dissemination, newsletter publication, web sites and other mass media.
Treasurer – shall assist and support activities related to finance, including account record keeping, fund deposit and withdrawals,
and other related business management with respect to fundraising. The Treasurer shall co-sign all checks drawn on the account of BCNA; s/he will give a full report of all accounts on a monthly basis to the Executive Committee and shall keep the General Association apprised of all transactions on BCNA accounts.
The Secretary shall record minutes of the General Association Meeting and the Executive Committee meetings,
as well as assist and support activities related to records and agenda keeping, membership validation, and database managing.
The Sector Representatives are the eyes and the ears of their specific part of the neighborhood. They must live in the sectors they represent.
The Green Sector:
N/S borders: Oltorf to Mary
E/W borders: Railroad tracks to South First
The Lavender Sector:
Oltorf to Johanna
South First to S. Congress
The Blue Sector
Mary to Monroe
Railroad tracks to South First
The Yellow Sector
Johanna to South of the School for the Deaf
South First to S. Congress
The Pink Sector
Monroe to Gibson between Railroad tracks to South First
Gibson to Christopher between S. 5th & South First
The Orange Sector
Gibson to Christopher between RR tracks & S. 5th
Christopher to Barton Springs Rd between RR track and Bouldin
The Brown Sector
Copeland to Barton Springs Rd
S. 2nd to South First
SoCo parking study
The Downtown Austin Alliance and mobility consultants, Nelson Nygaard held a workshop on November 5 at the High Road.
They presented findings and strategies for the SoCo parking study. We were joined by the SRCC.
What: South Congress Parking Study Resident Workshop. More info. HERE
Trail of Lights Neighborhood Night
From: James Russell firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: November 1, 2019 at 2:41:56 PM CDT
To: Thom Parker Thom.Parker@austinymca.org
Cc: Ingrid Weigand email@example.com
Subject: Trail of Lights Neighborhood Night
Below is the information for Neighborhood Night at the Trail of Lights. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you, James Russell
On one of our private nights, we invite area residents to walk the Trail before it opens to the public for a special Neighborhood Night during an evening dedicated to our STARS at the Trail program. The Austin Trail of Lights will be open to Zilker Park’s neighbors from 7:00pm-9:00 pm on Wednesday, December 4th. We’re offering Zilker area neighborhood residents 4 free tickets to access the Trail on this special night with their families.
Tickets are required for everyone 12 years and older. Tickets not required for children ages 11 and under with a ticketing adult. 4 ticket limit per household please.
*Note: This is a private, special event and food vendors and bars will not be operating.
Trail of Lights 2019 Neighbor Night ~ Wed 12/4/19 – 7pm-9pm
Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association
Passcode = BOULDINTOL19
In addition to the 12/4 Neighbor Night offer, we also have 100 discount Preview Party tix available for our neighbors at $42.50 + fees.
The same access codes can be used to unlock this special offer (while supplies last) on the Night Lights purchase
Park’s Day November 2
Now that the weather is cooler (and we had that wonderful rain) it’s time to share some love with our green spaces. We’ll have a quick clean up of both Nicholas Dawson Park and the West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt next Saturday, Nov 2, from 9 am to 11 am
Meeting place is the entrance to Nicholas Dawson at South First and Gibson, next to the El Mercado parking lot.
From there, we’ll spread out to several locations.
Please bring gloves and be prepared to get muddy; wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts and sturdy shoes.
I’ll have coffee and some breakfast bars ready; we’ll also supply trash bags.
It’s fall – let’s celebrate and play outside!
BCNA Parks Committee
Hot off the press is the Oct.-Nov, Bouldin Bulletin.
The same good stuff you might have read while drinking a cup of coffee —but in digital form. HERE:
Fall / Winter 2019 Events
Affecting Bouldin Creek Neighborhood HERE
EVENTS DOWN THE HILL
Whether you’re interested in avoiding traffic, parking issues, or strolling to a good time, here are the websites to discover the goings-on of which to be aware:
Palmer Heavy Traffic November 2019 HERE PalmerHeavyTraffic_Nov2019
BCNA Meeting Schedules:
BCNA General Association Meeting: 2ndTuesday, every other month
BCNA Steering Committee Meeting: 1st Monday, each month
BCNA Zoning Committee Meeting: 3rd Monday each month
Meetings at The High Road, 6:45pm 700 Dawson Road,
Unless otherwise noted.