The Community Alliance of Mission Hill (CAMH) met on Wednesday, April 24, at the Chan School of Public Health to hold elections for its president and board members.
Previously, board members included President Chad Rosner, Jim Burke, Mike Holley, Richard Johnson, Ellen Moore, Cindy Walling and Gary Walling.
The following members were up for re-election: Jim Burke, Richard Johnson, Mike Holley and Chad Rosner. In addition, Maggie Cohen asked to join the board. According to the bylaws of CAMH, members are elected by a simple majority of those present at the meeting who are active in the alliance. The Gazette was not able to confirm the results of this vote prior to the deadline for this article. Given that no one challenged the sitting President, the new board will convene to discuss the future of the position, currently held by Chad Rosner.
Originally on the agenda for this meeting was another presentation by architect Peter Vanko, who is proposing a multi-family home project at 42 Wait Street. Vanko’s presentation has been moved to the next CAMH monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 15. However, Vanko did have the chance to present his proposal on Thursday, April 26, at a meeting of Mission Hill Neighborhood Housing Services, a nonprofit organization overseeing development in Mission Hill.
Community Alliance of Mission Hill meets on the third Wednesday of the month in auditorium G-3 of the Kresge building at the Chan School of Public Health at 677 Huntington Ave. from 7 to 8:30 p.m. All members of the Mission Hill community are invited to attend. Email [email protected] to get on their email list.