Membership in the Southern Crossing Neighborhood Association (SCNA) is free and granted automatically to any person who lives in (including renters) or owns any real property, or any legal entity that operates a place of business or professional office, a government agency or nonprofit institution within the boundaries set forth here.
Benefits of Membership
* Stay connected to the wider neighborhood community and help prioritize community projects
* Stay informed and provide feedback about planned land development projects
* Network with other neighborhood associations and become involved in local civic projects
* Vote at the Annual General Membership or Special Membership Meeting
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Each member is eligible to vote for the election or removal of Board of Directors, Bylaw amendments, items on the Agenda at any Annual General or Special Membership meeting and the dissolution or merger of the association.
Membership has the power and right to express an opinion or recommendation on political issues, including ballot propositions and candidates for public office.
SCNA Members shall have one vote per adult (18 and over) member residing in each household. Businesses shall have one vote per entity. All votes are to be cast during attendance at any general or special Membership meeting.
One representative from each SCNA Member government agency or nonprofit organization designated by such agency or organization shall have the same privileges as all other SCNA Members.
General Membership Annual Meeting
There shall be at least one Annual General Membership Meeting during the Fall (Oct – Dec) of each year. The business of the Annual General Membership Meeting shall include a report from the Board of Directors on the state of the Association and the election of vacant Board of Directors positions.
Members of the SCNA are welcome to attend and observe any Board of Directors meeting(s). Time will be granted to guests to provide thoughts and feedback to the Board, if desired. Please contact the Chair (email@example.com) 10 days in advance of the next meeting if you would like time on the agenda.