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10/27 Notes + Next Meeting 11/17

POEM Meeting Notes Wednesday, October 27, 2010 Marché Museum Café, UO Campus In Attendance by Group:  Miriam Jordan, Robert Long, Dana Magliari, Jerry Ross.             Guests: Bob Hart The Group outlined strategies to continue community discussion of repurposing historic sites such … Continue reading

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Meeting Notes from 9/22/10

POEM Group Meeting Notes, September 22, 2010 Marché Museum Café In Attendance:  Miriam Alexis Jordan, Robert Long, Jerry Ross, Dana Magliari, Barbara Perrin.  Guests:  Douglas Beauchamp. The August 18 meeting minutes were approved. Strategies were presented for continued discussion. Apply … Continue reading

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Meeting Notes 9/1/10

In Attendance: Dennis Hebert-Save Civic Stadium Campaign Miriam Alexis Jordan Robert Long Dana Magliari Barbara  Perrin Angela Ross Dennis Hebert talked about how saving Civic Stadium came about and the efforts required to make progress. Robert Long reported that contact … Continue reading

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Next POEM meeting: Wednesay 9/22 11:30

Corrected date! The next POEM meeting is 11:30-12:30, Wednesday 9/22, at the Marche Cafe in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) on the UO campus. Come for lunch, come introduce yourself, come listen to our latest reports and plans. … Continue reading

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August 18 meeting notes

Meeting Notes For August 18th Meeting, Vero’s The meeting took place in two phases: Those showing up at 11:45 am and those coming at 12:45 pm.  This was caused by several emails with differing start times. 11:45 am:  Miriam reported … Continue reading

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7/28 meeting notes

Greg Herbert,  Northland Real Estate agent, attended the meeting and suggested that we write a letter to the US Postal Service proposing to purchase the downtown post office building.  He thought that they would prefer to work with a non-profit … Continue reading

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