The Charbonneau Community Forum returns for its 7th season on June 12, 2019. Our discussions will continue be non-political and non-partisan. Our goal is to provide information and views that impact the lives of our residents and their families. The topics will include traffic congestion, airport expansion and noise, Real Estate values, land use planning, growth of Wilsonville and more.
In addition, as you have read or heard, a Charbonneau Community Task Force was formed to make all residents aware of Village Expansion Project and to give all residents a chance to comment and give input to the CCC Board. As changes may lead to further increases in our dues, this is the time to have your say in the future of Charbonneau’s Village Center.
Our panel of speakers will include:
- Mayor Tim Knapp – City of Wilsonville
- Clackamas County Commission – Chair Jim Bernard
- Clackamas County Commissioner – Ken Humbertson
- Charbonneau Golf Club Representative – TBD
- Real Estate Consultant – Lynda Huber Marshall of Equity Oregon Real Estate
- CCC General Manager – Jim Meierotto
Social time starts at 6:00 p.m. in the Country Club dining room Join us for a glass of wine, beverages and snacks. Speaker presentations start at 6:30. There will be a Question and Answer period starting at 8:30 pm and we to end the Forum 9:00.
We have many new homeowners in Charbonneau and we extend a personal invitation to the Forum to meet your neighbors and learn more about your community. For more information or to reserve a table, please contact Len Zucker @ 503-694-5843.
FORUM REMINDER FOR JULY
Please circle July 9, 2019 on your calendar. The Forum’s second presentation will deal with the subject of ” Dementia and Alzheimers”. We will focus mainly on the the impact on families and friends as well as the individual. Many of us are not equipped to deal with this disease nor the rising cost of care which creates additional stress, anger and pain. The largest cause of bankruptcy is health care.
Knowing what you can do is more important than knowing what you cannot do. This disease can have a major impact on your lives. But you do not have to do it alone. There are counseling and support groups. Early diagnosis can help mitigate certain forms of this disease and in some cases even slow or reverse symptoms. Being prepared will save you time, pain and m$ney. More program information and list of speakers next month.
Source: 5.1.19 E.Hoem.