We address a number of interests that are vital to neighborhood residents, such as urban planning and design; parks, trails, and our urban ecology; neighborhood heritage, preservation, and beautification; seasonal events; small business development and economic development; public health and safety; and the current predicament with homelessness and affordable housing.
New The New 2019-2020 WGNA Board
The New 2019-2020 WGNA Board
— Results from the WGNA Annual Board Meeting & Election
On Thursday 23 May 2019, the Annual Board Meeting & Election for the 2018-2019 term was completed. The incumbent WGNA Board President, Elizabeth Estensen, will continue for a second term that starts June 1, 2019, to May 31, 2020. Konstantin Voronin, incumbent First Vice President, and Rod Brittner, incumbent Second Vice President, will also serve a second term within that same duration.
The new WGNA Treasurer will be Mitchell Ehrlich as of June 1, 2019. Archie Moore completes his term as Treasurer on May 31, 2019, and will continue as a regular board member and director.
The new WGNA Secretary will be Kathleen Almoslino as of June 1, 2019. Silvia Filipponi completes her term as Secretary on May 31, 2019, and will continue as a regular board member and director.
To see the rest of the new board officers, directors, and the Nominating Committee, click here to open the attached PDF document. The new term for all Board Members and the Nominating Committee begins June 1, 2019, and continues to May 31, 2020.
Annual Meeting & Election poster: see a PDF version of the document here. For the JPEG version, see here.
|WGNA bylaws at http://www.wgna.net/by_laws_and_policies|
WGNA News (blog) page at http://www.wgna.net/news;
or see the specific news entry for on the Annual Meeting & Election at http://www.wgna.net/annual_meeting_2019
The slate of candidates for the Annual Meeting & Election in PDF document format here.
|Agenda for the Annual Meeting & Election on May 23, 2019, in PDF format document here.|
Election Ballot — Annual Meeting & Election Ballot for May 23, 2019
(Membership Elected – Nominating Committee Recommendations) here (PDF format).
Announcement of the new 2019 – 2020 WGNA Officers, Board Members & Nominating Committee: see the attached PDF document here. For the JPEG version, see here
|To see a copy of the meeting agendas, see our web page at Meetings > Meeting Agendas and then click the link for that month. This provides a document in PDF format that can be viewed online, as well as printed. Agendas are posted once we come closer to the meeting date.|
The New 2018-2019 WGNA Board
Results from the WGNA Board Election for the 2018-2019 Term
On Wednesday 16 May 2018, the Annual Board Meeting & Election for the 2018-2019 term was completed. The new WGNA Board President is Elizabeth Estensen. Richard Zappelli will step down as President and continue as a simple board member/director. To see the rest of the new board officers, directors, and the Nominating Committee, click here (on the attached PDF document). The new term begins June 1, 2018 and continues to May 31, 2019.
WGNA Board Election 2018
WGNA Board Election Ballot — Download & Print Document
The Election Ballot for Willow Glen Neighborhood Association's "Membership Elected – Nominating Committee Recommendations" is available for download and printing here, in PDF format.
For the eligibility to vote, see the WGNA Bylaws and Policies on our website, and particularly "ARTICLE III: MEMBERSHIP; Section 4. VOTING RIGHTS".
NOTE: We would need members to print the ballot and return it in person at the Election on WEDNESDAY 16 MAY 2018, 7:00 PM at the Willow Glen Public Library inside the Community Room, at 1157 Minnesota Avenue.
Since WGNA's inception in 1973, its members have united to represent resident concerns. As a member, your input will be key to creating a unified and fully-participatory voice that represents your neighborhood and city.
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Please contact us about membership and advertising options. WGNA offers various non-voting memberships for organizations in the Willow Glen area that support WGNA’s purposes and values, that are looking to become program sponsors, and wanting to stay involved with the community.
Please email [email protected] if you have any issues or if you would like information on the status of your membership.
Per WGNA bylaws, the Board of Directors reserves the right to adjust dues.
Current membership dues were last set by the WGNA Board on November 7, 2019.
Individual and Household Membership dues and donations are NOT tax deductible.