The Weigent-Hogan Neighborhood Association has four standing committees. They are: Membership, Infrastructure, Environment and Governance
The Environment Committee focuses on the ecological health of our neighborhood by educating association members about topics and issues related to gardening, trees, wildlife, etc. The committee’s most significant accomplishment to date is establishing a list of recommended trees to plant along the boulevards, if you choose to plant your own. One committee member also spearheaded a campaign that saved 12 ash trees along Losey Boulevard.
Committee Chair: Bob Fisher
Member: Greg Clark
The Neighborhood Infrastructure Committee works to ensure the neighborhood infrastructure (such as parks, homes, businesses and streets) are safe and well maintained. The committee advocates for traffic safety, crime prevention, and storm water management as well as improvements to neighborhood infrastructure that enhance the health, safety, livability and sense of community in the neighborhood.
Acting Chair: Linda Lee
The Membership Committee works to strengthen communication within the neighborhood and to increase engagement within WHNA.
Committee Chair: Kathy Sims
Member: Josh Hertel
The Governance Committee will function as a nominations committee to recruit candidates for the WHNA Board; will be responsible for yearly Bylaws reviews; and will develop Governance Ethics Policies for Board approval.