Dear Neighbors:
What would you like to learn more about this year?

Come to the Sept 2021 Cully General Membership Meeting and help set an agenda for the coming year. Listed below are the topics and presenters we hosted last year. Bring your ideas for what you would like to hear about and how CAN can help represent Cully. CAN represents all people living and working in Cully. All are welcome to attend our monthly General Membership Meeting, every 2nd Tuesday, September through June.

When: Tuesday, September 14, 2021, 7-9pm
Where: Zoom
From your internet browser or Zoom app: (Meeting ID: 892 9705 9428, Passcode: 795423)
By phone 253-215-8782 (Meeting ID: 892 9705 9428, Passcode: 795423), +12532158782,,89297059428#,,,,*795423#

Last year’s topics:
The Future of Policing and Public Safety with City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty
Emergency Preparedness with Jacleen Simons from the Red Cross
Cully Businesses Deal with a Pandemic with Eron Riddle from the Cully Boulevard Alliance and Edy Martinez from Our 42nd Ave
The Green New Deal with Rachel Slocum and Mark Darienzo
What’s in a name? With William Miller from the Native American Youth & Family Center (NAYA )
Cully Community Led Development District with Cameron Herrington and Jessica Lam from Living Cully
Affordable Housing with Vivian Satterfield from Verde
Update on Owens-Brockway with Cleaner Air Oregon and DEQ
Mutual Aid: What does it means to you? with Mira Ayala from Leaven Community, Jessica Oliverio from PDX Free Fridge, Elle
Stuckey from Black Resilience Mutual Aid
Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue with Multnomah County Commissioner Susheela Jayapal

Check out last year’s public statements and letters here: These statements often come as a result of learning more about what’s going on in our neighborhood through the topics brought up in the General Membership meetings.

Hope to see you soon!

Annette Pronk, Chris Browne, David Sweet, Gregory Sotir, Josh Heumann, Isha Leinow, Maria Grzanka, Talia Kahn-Kravis, Vena Rainwater
CAN Board Members

Would you like to be more involved with your neighborhood?

CAN is currently looking for the following volunteers.

Event & Volunteer Coordinator, Cully Cleanup annual event, typically held in April

3 General Members for the Grievance Committee
GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE: The Grievance Committee shall be a standing committee composed of two (2) board members and three (3) general members. All members shall serve a one-year term. The rules governing elections, vacancies, resignations and recalls of board members also apply to members of the grievance committee. The committee shall receive and respond to written complaints by a person or group claiming to be adversely affected by a procedural violation of these bylaws or the ONI Standards. The committee will meet as required to consider and resolve any grievance filed in accordance with Article IX