RSVP's Encouraged - meeting location now Newton Free Library - Druker Auditorium
7:00 to 7:25 pm - arrive/sign in/networking
7:25 pm - meeting begins
Full agenda is pasted in below.
General meeting of the Newton Democratic City Committee. All members of Ward Committees in Newton may participate and vote in proceedings. ALL members of the public willing to attend and all Democrats may participate, speak and ask questions at the meeting. Come and learn about activism in Newton. This meeting will feature 1) actions at the local level including Newton Charter Commissioner Josh Krintzman 2) steps to take at the state and national level and 3) information about the March 19 training and caucus to elect delegates. Full agenda to be posted. Contact@newtondems.org with questions or suggestions.
AGENDA: Thursday, March 2, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Call of the roll/Sign in/networking (7:00 to 7:25 pm)
Approval of minutes of the previous meeting (7:25 pm)
Reports of officers, ward and standing committees (7:30 pm)
State and Ward Committee updates - Caucus on March 19
NDCC Issues Update: Welcoming City Ordinance and Custodians
Sister district actions you can take
Local elections overview
Charter Commission with Chair Josh Krintzman (he will arrive at 8 pm)
Announcements (8:30 pm)
March 19 training - “What YOU can do NOW”
Welcome new members/associate members (8:35 pm)
Carolina Ventura from Ward 1 - Alexander Chang from Ward 3 - Sharon Sasanow, Jesse Bruhn, Ellen Ackerman, Simon Steele & Paul Glickman from Ward 5 - Holly LeCraw, David Barbrow, Andrea Dickson, Donna Fromberg, Roger Spingarn, Susan Reuter, Robert Solomon, Susan and Arthur Gerstenfield from Ward 6 - Jacob Meisel, Peter and Judith Myerson & Maxine Alchek from Ward 8.
Unfinished business ()
New business (8:40 pm)
Endorsement: no on statewide ballot question rolling back transgender rights
Adopt Maine-2 Congressional District as “Sister District”
Next general meeting: Thursday, June 1, 7:30pm, 72 Columbus St, Newton