Our Meeting this week is today, Tuesday, October 1, 2013, at the Wild River Brew Pub located at 533 NE F Street, in Grants Pass from 5:15 PM-6:15 PM.
Grant Medley said, “Our current Criminal Justice System financial crisis is the single most important issue facing Josephine County residents today.”
· “Solve the problem when it is small” Stay the course! SOS and the people who have made this organization what it is, is not only hope for our future, but is building the muddy path to “A Citizen-voiced plan for a secure, stable and sustainable Josephine County!”
· What does the recent movement of House/Senate passage of the Helium Bill in Washington DC mean for Josephine County? Josephine County Commissioner Keith Heck
· The Immediate Change Committee’s First Project Jubilee Park, Cave Junction Shane Simon and Lottery Tickets $1,000 Goal
· Jail/Juvenile Justice Levy Committee Update – Pat Fahey
· Justice of Peace Committee Update Dave Corsi
· The Hardrock Mining Committee—What’s the Next Step? Michael Cope will bring a flow chart for tomorrow’s meeting, so we can understand what the process to continue with our mining efforts are and why the Mining Lab is so important
· Medically-Assistant-Treatment Clinic Update Toni Webb (Notice Name Change!) Meeting Notes from Opioid Committee Meeting September 26, 2013/ Promotion of the Impact Summit 2013 from 4 PM until 9 PM on October 3, 2013 at the GPHS; check our website for additional details
· Timber Committee Jim Frick UPDATE
· Lottery Committee Cliff Thomason UPDATE/Meetings are every other Tuesday right after the SOS meeting at Club Northwest
· Run/Walk Bill West/Holly Lidey
· Fund-Raising Art Show
· Holly Lidey and Cheri Adkins are passing out SOS sweatshirts. If you ordered one, they are in! If you have not already paid for yours, they are $21 each (Size Small-XL) and $25 each (Size 2XL-3XL) Please e-mail Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for pick-up!
· Will we have another POKER NIGHT Fund Raiser at the Pub in November…
MISSION: “A citizen-voiced plan to provide for a secure, stable and sustainable Josephine County.”