In order to vote and/or run in the March 20, 2018 NPPC Election, you must have attended and signed-in a regularly scheduled meeting between April 2017 and February 2018 and completed and submitted an Eligibility Registration form. The last qualifying meeting to sign-in was February 2018. Attending the March 15 Candidates Forum does not count towards establishing eligibility for vote and/or run in the March 20, 2018 NPPC Election.

The Last Chance to Establish Eligibility to Vote in &/or Run for the NPPC was: Tuesday February 20, 2017

To Establish Eligibility for voting you must:

– Be at least 18 yrs. of age,

– Have a current NPPC registration form on file

– Sign in at one (1) NPPC meeting in the past year (April 2017 to February 2018), &

– Be affiliated with the North Park community in one of the following categories:

(1) a Resident (Homeowner or Renter), who is an individual whose primary address of residence is an address in the North Park community planning area,

  1. For purposes of voting, a Multiple North Park Category Registrant who is both a North Park Resident, Business &/or Property Owner, the registrant will be identified as a resident; or,

(2) a Non-Resident Property Owner, who is an individual identified as the sole or partial owner of record of real property (either developed or undeveloped) located within the North Park community planning area; however, only one non-resident property owner per North Park property may vote and/or run for election to the North Park Planning Committee Board; or,

(3)   a Non-Resident Business Owner, who must be either the sole or partial owner of a business or not-for-profit organization located within the North Park community planning area; however, only one non-resident shall be able to vote and/or run per North Park property/business or nonprofit.

Any qualified Non-Resident property owner or Non-Resident Business Owner or Designee may run for an available seat on the North Park Planning Committee Board; however, only one Non-Resident person or designee per North Park business or property may run.

Specific Documentation Required for a Resident to Vote or Run in the March Election

In order to receive a ballot on election day, an Eligible North Park Resident must produce a source of ID to establish their identity and residency in North Park. In lieu of driver license, a local utility bill (such as City Water, SDG&E, AT&T etc.) with an individual’s name and address clearly stated can be used.

Specific Documentation Required for a Non-Resident to Vote or Run in the March Election in addition to a picture ID are:

  1. A Non-Resident Property Owner, who is an individual identified as the sole or partial owner of record, or their designee, of a real property (either developed or undeveloped), within the community planning area, shall provide:
    1. A current property tax bill with voter’s name on it is preferable, but failing that, a local utility bill (such as City Water, SDG&E, AT&T etc.) or a copy of the page of the property owner’s mortgage with the individual’s name and North Park property address clearly stated.
    2. If Designee, must additionally provide a formal letter from a non-resident property owner designating the individual as their representative. (In addition to providing a copy of the property tax bill that identifies the owner or partnership).
  2. A Non-Resident Business Owner, who is a local business owner at a real property address in the North Park community planning area (only one non-resident business owner representative of a particular establishment may hold a seat on the community planning group at one time), shall provide:
    1. Business tax certificates to identify ownership or a partnership of owners on the certificate.
  3. A Non-Resident Business Designee, who is a local business designee at a real property address in the North Park community planning area (only one non-resident business owner representative of a particular establishment may hold a seat on the community planning group at one time), shall provide:
    1. A Designee, must additionally provide a formal letter from the non-resident business owner designating the individual as the business’s registrant representative.
  4. Non-Profit Entity or umbrella organization Non-Resident Representative, who is a designee of a local non-profit or umbrella organization (only one non-resident representative of a particular establishment may hold a seat on the North Park Planning Committee at one time), shall provide:
    1. A formal letter from the organization designating the non-resident individual as the business’s representative, signed by a board member, administrator, or manager representative.

Eligibility Registration form available at:
http://www.northparkplanning.org/wp-content/uploads/NorthParkPlanningCommitteeEligiblityForm.pdf

NPPC Bylaws available at:
http://www.northparkplanning.org/wp-content/uploads/North-Park-Planning-Committee-Bylaws-Amendment.pdf

For questions about the election, email info@northparkplanning.org

 

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