Maine Community Development Association

Maine Community Development's purpose is to provide forums to increase awareness and foster communication relating to community development issues and concerns, and to provide education and training through workshops.


     


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Meetings:  

April 10, 2014 - General Assembly Meeting

10:00 A.M. TELECONFERENCE - Call 1-877-455-0244 (Pass Code 7366898144#)

  1. Call to Order: Darryl Sterling, President
  2. Review March 20, 2014 meeting minutes (attached)
  3. Treasurer's Report: Matt Eddy (February, 2014, financials attached)
  4. Report of Committees:
    -Professional Development- Vice President and Chair Gail Chase
    -Follow-up with Rodney Lynch on Seadog Conference Center
    -Membership (update attached) - Steve Dyer (Chair)
    -Communication and Newsletter - Joella Theriault (Chair)
  5. CDBG Updates from DECD-OCD staff
  6. Subcommittee Assignments
  7. Other Business
  8. Next meeting date
  9. Adjourn

March 20, 2014 - General Assembly Meeting

10:00 A.M. TELECONFERENCE - Call 1-877-455-0244 (Pass Code 7366898144#)

  1. Call to Order: Darryl Sterling, President
  2. Review December 5, 2013  meeting minutes (attached)
  3. Treasurer’s Report: Matt Eddy (January, 2014, financials attached)
  4. Report of Committees:
    -Professional Development– Vice President and Chair Gail Chase
    -Membership (update attached) – Steve Dyer (Chair)
    -Communication and Newsletter – Joella Theriault (Chair)
  5. CDBG Updates from DECD-OCD staff
  6.  Subcommittee Assignments
  7. Member at Large Replacement – Justin Poirier
  8. Other Business
  9. Next meeting date
  10. Adjourn


December 5, 2013 - General Assembly Meeting

10:00am Teleconference

Call 1-877-455-0244 (Pass Code 7366898144#)

  1. Call to Order: Darryl Sterling, President
  2. Review October 3, 2013 meeting minutes
  3. Treasurer's Report: Matt Eddy (October, 2013, financials attached)
  4. Report of Committees:
    -Professional Development- Vice President and Chair Gail Chase: Suggestions for future training/professional development survey
    -Membership (update attached) - Steve Dyer (Chair)
    -Communication and Newsletter - Joella Theriault (Chair)
  5. CDBG Updates from DECD-OCD staff
  6. Subcommittee Assignments
  7. Establishing Meeting Dates for 2013-2014
  8. Other Business
  9. Next meeting date
  10. Adjourn



"A Look at Alternative Financing Mechanisms," Thurs., May 30, 2013

Sea Dog Brewing Company and Conference Room, Bangor

Brochure and registration here


 

AGENDA

General Assembly Meeting

Friday, April 12, 2013 at 10:00 am

Call 1-877-455-0244 (Pass Code 7366898144#)

1. Call to Order: Rodney Lynch, President

2. Review February 15, 2015  meeting minutes (attached)

3. Treasurer’s Report: Matt Eddy (February 2013 financials attached)

4. Report of Committees:

Professional Development– Report from Vice President and Chair Darryl Sterling and Matt Eddy: Training/professional development May 30, 2013 Sea Dog, Bangor Waterfront.

Bringing in a spokesperson from Maine Real Estate Development Association (MREDA) to speak on economic and demographic forecasting with focus on the Greater Bangor/Central/Downeast/Northern Maine regions and session(s) on Alternative Financing and Funding.

Membership (current 2013 attached) – Steve Dyer (Chair)

Communication and Newsletter – Joella Theriault (Chair)

Advocacy – Dan LaPointe (Chair) Congressional delegation on CDBG funding preservation Update

5. CDBG Updates and report  from DECD-OCD staff

6. Other Business

7. Agenda for May 30, 2013 Meeting

8. Adjourn

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 a professional organization promoting economic and community development in Maine.