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Board Meetings take place every 2nd Monday of the month at 6pm.

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This month will be our first attempting to use Zoom to hold board meetings remotely.

We will still accept public comment! Please email us in advance or use the chat feature during the meeting.


This meeting will be held remotely.

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Call to order

Establishment of quorum

Welcome and introductions


Public comment

We encourage public comment to be submitted by email at https://oldfarmbend.com/contact/

Comments will be addressed at the end of this meeting to allow for more open discussion.


Call for community involvement

Each monthly recurring agenda item – from land use to project updates – represents the work of a subcommittee or working group within OFDNA.

We need your help! Join us to help monitor and respond to these issues. We can’t do it without you.


Board Reports

Treasurer’s Report • Eric Lint
View an always updated copy of the treasurer’s report here.

Land Use Update • Karon Johnson
View the latest land use notices here.

Community Outreach Update • Eric Lint


Committee Reports

Neighborhood Leadership Alliance (NLA) Update • Dave Johnson

Neighborhood Association Roundtable (NART) Update • Jennifer Sawyer

SE Bend Area Plan Advisory Committee (SEAPAC) Update • Butch Hansen

CTAC / GO Bend 2020 Update • James Dorofi


Growth & Development Project Updates

A new section to keep up to date with projects in the OFDNA area.

Murphy Corridor Project Update • Eric Lint

Stevens Road Tract Sale

JL Ward Development at Murphy Road

Other ongoing project updates


Old Business

Bylaw Review & Recommendations

Target Fall General Meeting for updates.


New Business

Coronavirus response

From the likely impact on the City budget to how development review is currently being handled and what we can expect going forward.


Plain language summaries for planning documents

A recent planning decision delivered in a 51 page document made clear the need for plain language summaries if we are to have inclusive, meaningful community participation.

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