On Tuesday, January 17 three GC Property Owners Associations (POAs) hosted a joint meeting in the St. Paul’s Fieldhouse. The Estates, Eastern and Central POAs coordinated the event. A lot of information was shared as residents heard from Judy Courtney Village Board of Trustee candidate on the CAP (Community Agreement Party) and two candidates for the Central section BOE Trustee position (Liz Cheung-Gaffney and Peter Manley). The CPOA will host a BOE Candidate Town Hall Meeting on February 2 at the Cottages 110 Rockaway at 7:30. The primary for Central BOE will be on February 14 at 110 Rockaway, details to follow.
In addition, presentations were made by the Environmental Advisory Board , three BOE Trustees (updates on school safety, budget session); Village trustees (updates on recent police activity, Coliseum development, new website) and the Library Trustees spoke about library renovations and upcoming programs. A question and answer period followed.
As residents entered they were greeted by Student Ambassadors Gavin Burns (Eastern POA), Ryan Sievers (Central POA) and Kathryn Kade (Central POA). Pictured here is Ryan showing Gavin and resident Mary Jo Chiara highlights of her Girl Scout Gold Badge project, which explored historic homes in GC’s Central Section. Mary Jo found this of particular interest as she once lived in one of GC’s historic homes.
To learn of other POA events, please see the POA website gcpoas.org or the Village website on the Community tab.