01/26/2022 Meeting Minutes

This monthly meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan 26th 2022 from 7:15 to 8:30 PM. The meeting will be led by Lynn Levy, Co-Team Lead, and Greg Zupan, Amateur Radio Operator/Co-Team Lead for Portland Hayhurst NET who can be reached via this email address firstresponders@hayhurstnet.com. This volunteer group purpose and records can be found at http://hayhurstnet.com, in association with the www.Portlandoregon.gov/pbem/net program.

If you have any questions, please contact Team Lead Lynn Levy (lmarielevy@yahoo.com) and/or Amateur Radio Operator Greg Zupan (greg.zupan@gmail.com).

Agenda/Meeting Minutes

  • Rollcall and check-ins/opens
  • Review of the PBEM announcements
    • Saturday, May 21st virtual tabletop drill
    • September 16-18th live NET camp at North Plains. End of June or July will determine if virtual or not. 200 max participants, boots on ground would be less.
    • NET training being broadcast through nextdoor.com by Lynn to recruit team members
    • Decision – Irene agree represent to the Hayhurst Neighborhood Associate the Hayhurst NET to broaden the horizons between the teams for positive exposure
  • Cross-neighborhood outreach
    • Aligning with Maplewood reaching out to Beaverton CERTs
    • Reviewing the Maplewood Ops Plan
  • Review the annual meeting schedule for 2022 (see below) – all agreed on the calendar
  • Discuss annual activities to set milestones for new year, examples
    • Recruiting – well focus on PBEM basic training advertising to get new members and perhaps tap into the distribution list respondent reading the comms being sent, Greg will contact the two individuals that signed up last year also.
    • Virtual tabletop exercises to enhance our understanding of the deployment operations and protocol for a win for our cross-neighborhood teams
    • Revise the Ops Plan and Greg and Trica will write up the summarized trifold brochure for review in the February meeting
  • Planning for upcoming meetings and offline work plans
    • Lynn: Nextdoor comms will be sent out to market NET basic training
    • Greg: Ops Plan update will be complete
    • Irene: Reach out to Kate regarding NET storage units / cache
  • Meeting reflection/key-takeaways and closure
    • Discuss having a NET booth at upcoming movie night/national night out, and community gathers to help expand awareness within the local community
    • Greg will follow-up with Stephen to provide the consultation desired for the retirement home

Hayhurst Neighborhood Emergency Team Monthly Meeting & Events

The Hayhurst NETs meet on the fourth Wednesday of each month via a Zoom Meeting. We have partnered with Hayhurst’s southern Maplewood neighbor and periodically a SW Portland cross-neighborhood meeting will be held for collaborative planning/training efforts.  Keep in mind, the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management (PBEM) leading the Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET) program schedules Citywide Deployment Exercise (CDE) that will take priority over the following meetings scheduled, so there may be changes to this tentative schedule.  

2022 – Schedule

Jan 26th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM

Feb 23rd 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM

Mar 23rd 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM (may be cross-neighborhood meeting with an adjusted schedule, as needed)

Apl 27th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM

May 25th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM

Jun 22nd 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM (may be cross-neighborhood meeting with an adjusted schedule, as needed)

Jul 27th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM

Aug 24th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM

Sep 28th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM (may be cross-neighborhood meeting with an adjusted schedule, as needed)

Oct 26th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM

Nov 23rd 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM

Dec – No Meeting –

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