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March 2021 Activities

HOUSING GROUP MEETING 3/8 !, FORUM! , OTHER

HOUSING:
UPDATE:
  We WILL be having a March Housing Action Team meeting this coming Monday, March 8, at 7:30. Dave Dunn, Olmsted County/Olmsted County HRA Housing Director, will be presenting an overview of the Maxfield Study. This is an important source of data for so much of all our housing conversations and planning here in Rochester. Please plan to join us online for this timely and necessary update. We will be sending the zoom link in a few days.

FORUM: ROCHESTER COMMUNITY INITIATVE Thursday March 18, 2021 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.  

Rochester Community Initiative is the enterprising youth-led association who organized the marches and rallies from Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Park to Mayo Park after the death of George Floyd!!

 Come hear about how they came to organize, their activities, their goals and mission and upcoming activities, and hear from them how we can all make this a more just world!

 SOCIAL SERVICES/SOCIAL JUSTICE: In the City for Good and all across our community are individuals wanting to respond to issues in our community related to social justice, poverty, homelessness, etc.  We are looking for advocates like yourselves to join our action team to make a different in the many social and justice issues in our community and state.  Please join us- respond to this email with your name!

AGE-FRIENDLY GROUP: 

Watch for upcoming meeting information.

 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS:

 Know Your Local Government: City of Rochester
Thursday, March 18, 2021

7:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
 

Join Zoom Event: https://lwvmn-org.zoom.us/j/97932965757?pwd=Y3MzbGQyTlFYbS9qU1B0UnlzaVloZz09 

(See below for other ways to join.)

Do you ever wonder where the lines of authority are drawn between the city, the county, and the school district? Do you know what responsibilities the City Administrator and City Council have? How is our city financed and what does it spend money on? The League of Women Voters wants your committed active participation on issues concerning rights, duties, and qualities of life within your community. But, you might want to know more before you try to effect change. Please join us for the first in our “Get to Know Your Local Government” series. On Thursday, March 18, we’ll focus on Rochester city government. We will welcome guest speakers:

  • Alison Zelms - City Administrator
  • Brooke Carlson - City Council President
  • Nick Campion - City Council Member, 3rd Ward
  • Sarah Strauss - Rochester-Olmsted Youth Commission Member

Each will give an overview or discuss their work in city government on behalf of citizens, including case studies. They will then collectively take questions from our audience.

Other options for joining the Zoom event: 

If you are already logged in to Zoom, you can use

  • Meeting ID: 979 3296 5757
  • Passcode: 857890

To participate by phone only

  • Dial: (312) 626-6799 (note this is long distance and landline users will need to dial a 1 first)
  • Meeting ID: 979 3296 5757 (you will be told to follow with a #)
  • Participant ID: enter # to skip
  • Passcode: 857890 (you will be told to follow with a #)