Tuesday, April 12, 2016 

Grace-Trinity Community Church

1430 W. 28th St

Social hour and heavy hors d’ouevres at 6:30 p.m. Meeting starts promptly at 7:00 p.m.

Programming includes:

  • Presentations from our elected officials, including City Council Member Lisa Goodman and State Representative Frank Hornstein
  • Reports from various East Isles Committees
  • Minor amendments to the EIRA Bylaws (more information to be included in the April newsletter) See link:http://eastisles.org/EIRA/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/EIRA-Bylaws-draft-3-3016.docx
  • Interactive discussion regarding neighborhood goals and priorities
  • Elections for the Board of Directors

All EIRA members are eligible to vote for Board positions.

You will be asked to vote for 11 people for the board of directors and 2 people as alternates for 2016-2017. Elected directors serve for one year and may run for re-election for up to 4 years. Anyone who is 18 years and older and resides within the boundaries of the East Isles neighborhood is automatically a member of EIRA and may be a candidate and may vote. At the membership meeting, nominations may be made from the floor, and members may also nominate themselves.

The candidates nominated by the EIRA Outreach & Nominations Committee are:

for Director:

Julia Curran

Andrew Degerstrom

Nicole Engle-Nitz

Mike Erlandson

John Grochela

Steve Havig

Nancy Johnston

Bruce Larson

Peter Mason

Brian Milavitz

Amy Sanborn

for Alternate:

Laura Murphy

Questions? Contact Donna Sanders at donna.sanders@eastisles.org

Community Solar Gardens – Ready for Sign-ups!

Community Solar is here and gaining momentum fast. Learn why and how you can sign up for a unique program offered by the East Isles Residents Association and its Lake Street Energy Challenge neighborhood partners. Get your reservation early – click here.

Welcome to the official web site of the East Isles Residents Association

East Isles is a vibrant urban, historic neighborhood that enjoys the best of the commercial city, and the peaceful escape of tree-lined streets and parks. Over 50 shops and restaurants line the southern and eastern borders in the Uptown area, while the serene Lake of the Isles is the border to the west. (read more…)

Home Security Grants

East Isles offers home security grants of up to $250 to residents! (click here for all the details)

Midtown Corridor Alternatives Analysis
Learn more about the transit study for Lake Street and the Midtown Greenway.  Go to the Programs & Issues page for more information (scroll down to Neighborhood Issues).

Lake of the Isles Renovation Project Citizens’ Joint Review Committee:    

(click here for info)