REGENT SQUARE
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7604 Charleston Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15218-1265
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Regent Square Civic Association
Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is made up of up to twelve elected members and up to three appointed members.

Join the RSCA Board- The RSCA is currently seeking new board members. Please consider joining us to highlight and engage in neighborhood efforts, issues and initiatives. Contact Ken Kuligowski or any board member to discuss your interest.

Comments, suggestions and questions can be sent to the Regent Square Civic Association at 7604 Charleston Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15218 or via email to: contact@regentsquare-RSCA.org
or by phone at: 412/371-2010

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2014 RSCA Board Members & Their Terms
Ken Kuligowski 2012 - 2014
President
Judy Kuperstein 2012 - 2014
Jon Perret 2012 - 2014
Nancy Drew 2012 - 2014h
Jon Helter 2013 - 2015
Fred Just 2013 - 2015
Andrew Miller 2013 - 2015
Sandra Seip 2013 - 2015
Greg Cooney 2014 - 2016
Tom Fogarty 2014 - 2016
Vice President
Chris Swab 2014 - 2016
Kelsey Williams 2014 - 2016
Secretary
Kate Davis Booker 2014
Treasurer
Ed Gannon 2014
 * Contact the RSCA if you are a Regent Square resident or
 business owner who is interested on being on the Board

Board of Directors Meetings

The Regent Square Civic Association meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 7PM at the Wilkins Community Center at 7604 Charleston Ave. (Note: If the first Tuesday is a holiday, the meeting is typically scheduled for the subsequent Tuesday.) RSCA members and neighborhood residents are welcome to attend the open session portion of the meeting to voice a community issue, volunteer to help, or just to find out what's going on in Regent Square.

Board meetings have a very full agenda, so only the first 10 minutes of the meeting is designated as an open session (which occurs concurrent with Committee reports required under the by-laws) after which the meeting is closed to only the Board of Directors. To have an important issue added to the meeting agenda, contact the current President or any Board Member by clicking on any of the highlighted positions below at least two weeks prior to the Board's meeting. Minutes from past Board of Director's Meetings are available here.

Board Elections and Appointments

RSCA By-Laws permit one-third of its twelve Directors to be elected each Fall for a three-year term beginning in January. Elected members can hold up to two consecutive terms and may run for re-election after a one-year hiatus.

Only members of the Regent Square community who are 18 years old and over and have paid the current year$#39;s RSCA Membership Dues as of October 1st may vote in the November election. RSCA Members may submit their ballots in person and via mail or email. The Elections Committee will check off their names against the current Membership Roster. Provided that votes are cast by at least 10% of the current Members, the four individuals receiving the most votes will be elected to the Board.

The By-Laws also permit the Board to appoint up to three Directors to one-year terms. The Board selects the appointees according to their skills and the needs of the organization at the time.

Regent Square Civic Association
Committees

Do you live, work and/or play in Regent Square? You can have a hand in maintaining the kind of environment that you most want to have in "The Square."

At its annual January planning meeting, the RSCA Board decides which ongoing initiatives to continue and which new programs to undertake according to the feedback they have received from the community. However, it is community volunteers who truly make these initiatives happen from town meetings on critical issues to neighborhood improvements and safety to fun activities. Committees and their volunteers are what make the RSCA tick. Join an RSCA committee and help your neighborhood to grow and prosper!

We recognize the limited time that volunteers have to give. Whether you can help on a regular basis or for an hour here and there, consider getting involved in an RSCA activity. Interested in one of the committees? Learn more about its goals and responsibilities by clicking here and/or contact the committee chair directly by clicking on his or her name.

GENERAL / EXECUTIVE*
  Pres./Board Meetings Ken Kuligowski
  Vice-President Tom Fogarty
  Sec./Minutes Kelsey Williams
  Treas./Finances (reports, budget) Kate Davis Booker
  Board Retreat Ken Kuligowski
  Nominations* Judy Kuperstein
 
MEMBERSHIP*
  Membership Recruitment - Residents Judy Kuperstein
  Membership Recruitment - Businesses Nancy Drew
  Welcome Packets Judy Kuperstein
 
COMMUNICATIONS
  Communications - general* Jon Perret
  Newsletter - editing Hilary Lewis Lackner
  Newsletter - layout Becky Doshi
  Newsletter - distribution coordination Melita Osborne Carter
  Newsletter - general distributor Michelle Kerr
  Newsletter - business spotlight articles Bill McCloskey
  E-mail Blast Jon Perrett
  Webite - general David Crockett
  Website - calendar Stephen Hirtle
  Facebook Page Morgan Hawkins Drain
  Calls/Emails from residents Ken Kuligowski
  Shady Ave. Magazine article Nancy Drew
 
COMMUNITY EVENTS
  Annnual Mtg./Open House Fred Just
  Home Improvement Workshop Ken Kuligowski
  Egg Hunt Glennen Greer
  Neighborhood Yard Sale Chris Swab
  Halloween Decoration Contest Virginia Linn
  Holiday Toy Drive Maureen States
  3 Rivers Film Festival - Reg. Sq. Alina Keebler
 
LIAISONS
  Business Liaison/Network Group Nancy Drew
Kate Davis Booker
  Community/Government Liaison - Edgewood Andrew Miller
  Community/Government Liaison - Swissvale Fred Just
  Community/Government Liaison - Pittsburgh Sandra Seip
  Community/Government Liaison - Wilkinsburg Tom Fogarty
  Frick Park Clay Courts Tennis Club Stephen Hirtle
 
NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENTS
  Business Corridor Ken Kuligowski
  Parkway Inerchange Litter Cleanup Andrew Miller
  Parkway Access Ken Kuligowski
  Trafic/Pedestrian/Public Safety John Helter
Sandra Seip
  Richmond/Sanders Parklet Garden Pat Schuetz
  Tree Lighting Nancy Drew
Greg Cooney
  Tree Planting/Maintenance Ann Kelton

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