Author Archives: Sandie Koplowitz

News update from ENA, April 2022

The ENA Annual Meeting, held on March 23, was a Zoom meeting attended by 32 people. The annual meeting minutes are online at https://edgemoorneighborhood.com/ena-annual-meeting-march-23-2022/. Thanks to everyone for attending the meeting. Speaker, Ted Carlson, from Sanitary Service Company, talked about single-stream … Continue reading

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ENA Annual Meeting, March 23, 2022

The meeting began at 7:00 pm and was a virtual meeting on Zoom. There were 32 attendees at the meeting. The meeting was managed by ENA Secretary, Sandie Koplowitz. Speaker Ted Carlson, with Sanitary Service, was introduced by Barbara Ryan. … Continue reading

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ENA Annual Meeting via Zoom on Wednesday, March 23th at 7 pm.

You are invited to an Edgemoor Neighborhood Association (ENA) Annual Meeting via Zoom on Wednesday, March 23th at 7 pm. Our speaker will be Ted Carlson, General Manager of Sanitary Service Company, who is proposing to test a single-stream recycling … Continue reading

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Meeting with Eric Johnson, City Planner, on 7/7/21

The meeting on 7/7/21 took place at the home of Bob McCarthy. Eric Johnson, from the City of Bellingham Planning Department, Bob McCarthy, ENA Treasurer, and Sandie Koplowitz, ENA Secretary, attended the meeting. Sandie gave a brief history of the … Continue reading

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ENA Board Meeting – March 14, 2021, 2 PM

The Zoom meeting was attended by Sandie Koplowitz, Terry Montoyne, Curt Thor, Bob McCarthy, Larry Horowitz, Bill Wright and Paul Scott. Curt mentioned he had other names of individuals who wanted to attend the meeting, but we forgot to invite … Continue reading

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ENA Annual Meeting 2020

The Annual Meeting of Edgemoor Neighborhood Association (ENA) on September 9, 2020 was a virtual meeting using the Microsoft Teams communication portal. President, David Lebow opened the meeting at 6:30 PM to resolve any issues with connectivity. The meeting started … Continue reading

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2019 ENA Annual Meeting

ENA Annual Meeting Minutes July 31, 2019. 7-9 PM (Please see Homes Now – Unity Village Presentation Summary for information about the presentation prior to the ENA Meeting) The meeting was held at Lairmont Manor. 35 people attended. President, David … Continue reading

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Homes NOW – Unity Village Presentation Summary

There were 35 people in attendance at Lairmont Manor for the Homes Now-Unity Village presentation at the ENA Annual Meeting on July 31, 2019. Four speakers made presentations. The presentation lasted one hour. ENA President, David LeBow introduced Rick Sepler … Continue reading

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ENA 2018 Annual Meeting and followup Board Meeting Summary

The Annual Meeting of Edgemoor Neighborhood Association (ENA) was held on May 31, 2018 at Lairmont Manor. The meeting was attended by 15 people and topics included a lively discussion on the future of ENA. Due to the fact attendance … Continue reading

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The Future of ENA…To Be or Not To Be?

I am writing to give you an update about Edgemoor Neighborhood Association (ENA). In 2004, a group of residents formed ENA, a non-profit corporation, to join the group of Bellingham neighborhoods which had recently been designated by the City of … Continue reading

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