This month’s BRECA meeting is huge, with 3 guest speakers, one of which is a developer for Bradshaw Apartments. All community members are invited. Come to the meeting and make your voice heard!
Below is the agenda for the June 25, 2019 BRECA Meeting.
STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING
BUTTERFIELD-RIVIERA EAST COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
June 25, 2019 6:30 pm
Rancho Cordova Library
9845 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA
Call to Order
Guest Speaker, Rashad Mammadov, from the proposed Bradshaw at Folsom Apartments
Will overview plans for apartments and is seeking input from our community.
Guest Speaker, Erin Johansen, from the Hope Cooperative (coming to Tech Center Dr on July 1, 2019)
Hope Cooperative Triage Navigator Program assists Sacramento County residents experiencing a mental health crisis, connect with appropriate services.
Hope Cooperative Full Service Rehousing Program Case Management program provides case management to individuals and families experiencing homelessness referred through Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance.
Hope Cooperative Crisis Respite Center program provides a non-medical alternative to emergency room care for people experiencing a mental health crisis who are not in danger to themselves or others and need to spend time in a safe and calm environment.
Guest Speaker, Theresa Bible – Sacramento Tree Foundation – Update
Approval of Minutes
Questions or Comments from the membership / community
– Free Little Library Update
– Welcome Packet Distribution Update (Jim)
Casa Linda Motel business license – update from Board of Supervisor’s meeting
Kinder~Morgan speaker on July 23rd
From the floor
Thank You to Volunteers for Mile Marker 12 South of the American River Parkway (our community’s area)
Steering Committee Officer Selection for 2019-2020
From the floor
Adjourn to next meeting, July 23rd, 2019, 6:30 pm at the Rancho Cordova Library.
The BRECA Annual General Meeting time is here, and we have a great lineup for you! This year’s theme is “Emergency Preparedness”. With all of the disasters that have plagued our state recently, it seemed like a timely topic to address. Fires, floods, power outages, storms, … any number of natural or man-made disasters… what if they happened HERE? Would YOU be prepared??
Attend this year’s Annual General Meeting to find out everything you wanted to know but might have been afraid, or not even known, to ask!