Re: TODAY Weds 3-5pm, A Home For Everyone, Coordinating Board mtg - watch &/or testify

Tim McCormick

sorry, the correct Zoom link for the 3-5pm meeting seems to be: 

Tim McCormick
Housing Alternatives Network
+1 503.334.1894. Zoom personal room.
Director Oregon Cooperative Housing Network, Editor at HousingWiki,
Organizer at Village Collaborative

On Wed, Dec 1, 2021 at 2:01 PM Tim McCormick <tmccormick@...> wrote:


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Time |  Agenda Item | Presenter | Action 

5 min - Welcome - Board Co-Chairs - Informational

20 min - Introductions - All - Informational

10 min - Open for Public Comment: Up to 5 people, 2 min limit per

person -

45 min - Budget Survey Results/New Funding - Marc/Josh - Informational/


25 min - Severe Weather Presentation - Celeste - Informational

5 min - Additional Public Comment - All - Discussion

10 min - General Updates & Announcements - All - Informational

Starting with the April 7 meeting, "Members of the public will not be able to participate directly outside of public comments, but will be able to hear and see meeting participants and shared materials. The meeting will be accessible 15 minutes prior to the start time.

"Attendees may submit comment in writing to to be read aloud by Joint Office Staff, or provide their comment verbally. Time allotted for public comments is up to five people, two minute limit per person. An additional period for public comment has been added at the end of the agenda." 

[formerly, public participants could use the Zoom chat channel to comment, ask questions, discuss, or add notes. For spoken Public Comment, it is not quite clear how speaking slots are now requested or assigned - try emailing]. 

A Home For Everyone is Multnomah County's homelessness policy coordinating body and Federally-recognized "Continuum of Care" to oversee Federal funding. See: It has a Coordinating board that reports to a smaller Executive Board. 

See for Board members, Agendas, monthly meeting materials (posted some time before meeting, like day of), recordings (posted usually within week after meeting)

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