Elections

Rockridge Votes in Board, OK Bylaw Change: New Vacancy Announced

Friday, May 9, 2014

RCPC's annual election for positions on its board of directors, held during the April 2014 Annual Meeting/Town Hall, saw 46 residents cast their ballots for four incumbents and two new candidates running for six uncontested board seats. Voters also approved two proposed bylaw amendments on the ballot.

Elected to full two-year terms were incumbents Christopher Chin, Virginia Hamilton, Laura Schlichtmann, and Zabrae Valentine. New candidates Gabe Kleinman and Samantha Weaver were also elected to two-year terms.

RCPC Election 2014: Statements of RCPC Board Candidates

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Christopher Chin, Incumbent: Christopher Chin has lived in Rockridge for the past 14 years, and in the East Bay for 27 years. While he has an engineering degree from U.C. Berkeley, he spent many years after graduation working for the University on its IT systems and infrastructure, including helping to set up the campus-wide wireless network.

RCPC Board Candidates: 2013 Election

Friday, April 5, 2013

Andrew E. Charman, Lawton Avenue

I joined the RCPC board to help preserve and enhance Rockridge's unique character as an "urban oasis," a neighborhood deftly balancing residential and commercial uses, with well-preserved architecture and beautiful gardens, friendly to families, and amenable to pedestrians and cyclists.

April Election: RCPC Board of Directors

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Voting for candidates for RCPC’s board of directors will be held at the April town hall meeting Thursday, April 18, following an introduction and full statements from new candidates about their interest in board service.

Voting will also be held the following Saturday for those residents unable to attend the town hall session.

Following are brief statements from candidates with photos to provide a preliminary sense of the candidacies to the Rockridge community.

 

RCPC Board of Directors Election Rescheduled to May

Sunday, May 8, 2011

What would happen if they held an election and nobody came? It’s an old joke, but nobody laughed when it was discovered that for the first time in RCPC’s 25-year history, there was not the necessary quorum — at least 25 members — to make the vote for board of directors valid. Consequently, the election has been rescheduled for the RCPC Town Hall meeting May 19, 7 p.m., at the Rockridge Branch Library.

RCPC Annual Meeting and April Town Hall Meeting

Event Time: 
Thursday, April 18, 2019 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

The Rockridge Community Planning Council will hold its annual membership meeting and election of members of the board of directors in conjunction with the April Town Hall Meeting, which will include a short update on the Rockridge Housing Study and a presentation on Senators Weiner and Skinner's bill, SB 50.  The meeting will be held in the second floor meeting room of the Rockridge Branch Library, at 5366 College Ave.

RCPC Annual Meeting and April Town Hall

Event Time: 
Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

The April RCPC Town Hall Meeting doubles as RCPC's annual meeting and election of Board of Directors members.  This year, there are five candidates running for six seats on the Board.  At the meeting, each candidate will give a short statement about themself and why they are running, followed by questions from the audience. 

RCPC's April Town Hall: The Future of College Avenue Retail & Annual Election

Event Time: 
Thursday, April 21, 2016 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: 
College Avenue Presbyterian Church (CAPC), 5951 College Avenue at Harwood

Agenda:

  • Election Candidate Statements: 7:00-7:30PM
  • The Future of College Avenue Retail Town Hall 7:30-9PM

Candidate Statements & Election Procedures here

RCPC Town Hall: Board Elections, Bylaws Vote, How We Got to Where We Are Today Panel

Event Time: 
Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm

RCPC Board Election: Four incumbents and two new candidates  will discuss their candidacy and positions, and take questions from the community. Voting will  then be open.

Town Hall Program: Rockridge - How We Got to Where We Are Today

Rockridge has gone through many changes over the years: having trolley cars on College Avenue; its own movie theater and a bowling alley; looking somewhat like a war zone while Hwy 24 and BART were being built; battling over highrise construction and large parking structures.

First Call for RCPC Board Applicants

Saturday, December 4, 2010

The Rockridge Community Planning Council (RCPC) will hold its annual election for seats on the board of directors in April, 2011.

Six board seats (out of a total of 13 voting members) will be up for election. One of them could be yours. What do RCPC boardmembers do?

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