The Committees of the STNC allow
stakeholders to help the Neighborhood in the area of work that they
wish to participate. If you wish to volunteer your time and expertise,
please contact the Chairman of that Committee.
The neighborhood can always use
more people to step up and help; even for just a little bit. If
everyone helps a little, as a group we can acheive a lot.
|Oversees STNC budgets, recommends annual budget
|Bylaws (ad hoc)
|Reviews current STNC Bylaws and makes recommendations for
improvement / change to the STNC Board as needed. Coordinates
all changes through DONE.
|Elections (ad hoc)
|Oversees elections of the STNC board including approval
by DONE, Independent Election Administrator, marketing materials
for STNC elections, election events through to the final election
results and installation of the new board.
|Oversees administrative functions of the STNC and sets the
Land Use Committee
|Dean Sherer email@example.com
||Land use and design.
Committee consists of community stakeholders and Board members
who shall be appointed as deemed appropriate by the Board. 11
members + 4 alternates. Quorum = 7, 6 votes to pass or fail
|Focus on creating and utilizing a community-wide network coordinating
efforts through district representatives, group representatives
and community stakeholders. The goal is to engage the Sunland-Tujunga
community in positive action, keep the community informed about
important issues, and to hear the voice of the community so
it can guide decisions made by STNC.
|Safety Committee (ad hoc)
|Meets for public safety issues in Sunland-Tujunga. Makes recommendations
to the Board.
|Arts & Culture (ad hoc)
||The Arts & Culture committee consists of a minimum of
5 Sunland-Tujunga stakeholders with no more than two STNC board
members. Purpose: to discuss issues, foster collaboration on
projects, and develop ideas to encourage greater community support
and involvement in the arts; provide a resource focusing on
artists and the creative life of the community; expand awareness
of, involvement in, and access to arts and arts experiences;
and to help our community use the arts to explore ideas in order
to articulate community history, identity and values through
telling local stories, giving voice to its citizens, and providing
a forum for group action and expression.
|Education Committee (ad hoc)
|Meets for public education safety for teachers and students and local school issues in Sunland-Tujunga. Promotes parent involvement and support of our local teachers. Makes recommendations
to the Board.
|Foothills Corridor Specific Plan Workshops Committee (ad hoc)
|Meets for event planning for the workshop series for the Foothill Blvd. Corridor Specific Plan.