The meeting convened at 7:30 PM with nine community members participating.
Representatives of Ackerman and AMSA security companies presented the discounts on security systems available through the MWNA website http://www.midwaywoodsneighborhood.com/home-security/.
Two proposals to change the MWNA bylaws http://www.midwaywoodsneighborhood.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/BYLAWS-of-MWNA-Updated-08.14.pdf were unanimously approved. If those changes are ratified at the Wed 4 March MWNA meeting: a) The Executive Committee will be replaced by a seven member Leadership Team of president, vice president, treasurer, secretary and the environmental, safety, and community engagement chairs. b) The term of office for the leadership team will be two years.
The MWNA environmental chair described the upcoming workday (February 14, sponsored by Parks Pride and County) that will be focus on clearing invasive plants and creek cleanup. The environment chair reported that over 100 neighbors have signed a petition supporting this work. Neighbors interested in participating should contact Rick Baggentoss firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MWNA president reminded attendees of the upcoming (Wed 6 May) MWNA elections, and asked all to vote in the election and to consider standing for election.
The MWNA president described the work of a community group striving to revitalize the garden program at Avondale ES. He encouraged all to support the initiative by contributing via check, payable to Avondale ES PTA, with “AES garden” in the memo portion, and mailed to Avondale Elementary School, Attention PTA / Garden, 8 Lakeshore Dr, Avondale Estates GA 30002.
The meeting adjourned at 8:15 PM.
Filed by Michael Hughes, President, Midway Woods Neighborhood Association, email@example.com