Historic Highland Park NC Park Housing, Renters, Homelessness Committee Meeting
Notice of Historic Highland Park Housing, Renters, & Homelessness Committee Meeting and Agenda 24, February 2021 @7:00 pm
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(2 mins) Welcome, Call to Order, and Roll Call
(5 mins) Discussion and motion to approve agenda.
(5 mins) Discussion and motion to appoint chair.
(5 mins) Discussion and motion to appoint up to 4 stakeholders to committee.
(5 mins) Discussion and motion to determine regular meeting time and date and committee
roles (minute taker, posting agenda, moderator).
General Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items—Comments from the public on non-agenda
items within the Board’s jurisdiction ((Limited to 10 min, max 2 min per speaker)
(10 mins) Presentation on SELAH Eagle Rock Chapter’s Homeless Outreach and Distribution
Program for Highland Park (Cooper Kenward, Volunteer with SELAH)
(10 mins) Discussion and possible motion to approve CIS in favor of CF 19-0774-S1
TEMPORARY HOMELESS HOUSING for Highland Park unhoused community members
(10 mins) Discussion and possible motion to approve CIS in favor of CF 21-0113 ROJECT
ROOMKEY EXPANSION (Sasha Rappaport)
10.(5 mins) Discussion and possible motion to send a CIS regarding Council File 20-0197
supporting a study on Social Housing (Sasha Rappaport)
11.(5 mins) Discussion and possible action regarding bringing unhoused stakeholders into this
12.(5 mins) Discussion and possible action regarding clothing donations for unhoused community 13.(5 mins) Discussion and possible action regarding resources for renters rights
14.New Business 15. Adjournment