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CNG February 2016 Meeting Agenda

When Feb 25, 2016
from 07:30 AM to 09:00 AM
Where Rochester Area Foundation 12 Elton Hills Dr NW, Rochester, MN
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Meeting reminder: Community Networking Group
Please join the Community Networking Group (CNG) at our next meeting.
1. Update and discuss the community dashboard project.:
  • Review and discuss topics/indicators from an example/template from MN Compass Review partnerships (DMC EDA, Olmsted County Public Health, Journey to Growth, etc.).
  • Consider opportunities to provide organizational support.
  • Determine how to move forward in the coming months with MN Compass to produce a first iteration.
  • The review and discussion of topics/indicators is intended to determine their appropriateness for a first iteration of an Olmsted County community dashboard. Please review the attached file in preparation for that discussion.
2.  Review  the current draft of  Public Health's healthy community framework...and the adoption of a set of broad resolutions, including endorsement of the multi-node scenario for the City's comprehensive planning.
3.  Discuss CNG taking a position in support re the P2S multi-node scenario

DATE/TIME: Thursday, 2/25/16  7:30 - 9:00 am
LOCATION: Rochester Area Foundation 12 Elton Hills Dr NW, Rochester, MN
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A sub-site of dmcBEAM, the Community Network Center (CNC) aims to provide "continuous communication" for Community Networking Group (CNG) to increase awareness and understanding of public, private, non-profit organizations' plans and needs so that individually and collectively we will be more effective in carrying out our mission of serving the community.

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Step 1: Find out more about CNG and if its vision and mission inspire you to act. Things to consider include: What can I get out of participation? What can I contribute to the network? Take a look at the FAQ's and read more about this effort on our InfoCenter .

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