By: Tia Politi, ORHA President
March 8, 2022
New form online - We are ready to go with our new Mutual Termination Agreement. It is available online and locals may go ahead and purchase printed copies. With a limited ability to terminate tenancy and do what we wish with our property, this can be a great option in certain situations.
I offered a free class on Pandemic Expirations as a follow up to last month’s article on the same topic. If you couldn’t make it, the link is available for viewing on our website.
We’re upgrading our remote meeting attendance experience. The Executive Committee has approved the purchase of a video gadget called the Owl. As we’ve pivoted to online-only meetings twice a year, it has resulted in a savings of between $8-$10k per year, freeing up some funds for making virtual attendance more enjoyable for all with upgraded technology. With many delegates unable to attend each in-person meeting or choosing to attend those meetings remotely, we had struggled with the available technology. It was a distracting and unpleasant experience when the audio or video struggled to work and virtual attendees couldn’t hear or really see what was going on. This upgrade should allow for a better experience, and we’ll be trying it out at the March meeting in Lane County. Hope to (virtually) see you there! Please let Ben know if you want to attend – firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those attending the March meeting in person and staying overnight we’ll be going out on Friday after Committee Meetings for (no host) dinner, drinks and socializing at 6 p.m. at the Front Nine Restaurant and Bar located up the street from the hotel at the Emerald Valley Golf Course - 83301 Dale Kuni Rd, Creswell. We work hard as volunteers and it’s always a pleasure to add some fun and socializing to the work we do. Hope you’ll join us!