More than 150 people attended the Century West Neighborhood Association Forum with the City of Bend and OSU-Cascades at Mount Bachelor Village on April 5, 2016.
Panelists from the City of Bend and OSU-Cascades gave presentations covering a wide-range of topics that included planning, parking, and neighborhood livability, to a full house. Other panelist members included CWNA board member Ken Schofield, who also works with the Bend Neighborhood Coalition, and Andrew Spreadborough, executive director, Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council. Erin Foote-Marlowe, executive director of Bend 2030, graciously moderated an extended Q&A session for audience members after the presentations.
We would like to thank everyone who participated in the CWNA Forum for their time. The board would also like to extend a special thank you to Nathan Moses from OSU-Cascades, and Mount Bachelor Village for donating the event space.
2016 continues to bring several significant developments affecting neighborhood livability. There will be many opportunities to get involved. Please ask your neighbors and HOAs to join CWNA today!
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