Call for Board Members
DNA will be issuing a call for board members to run for the 2020 Board of Directors. We will be electing new residential members to the Board to serve alongside our existing directors.
Our board is a little different than that of many organizations. We view our board as our primary work team for accomplishing the tasks that give DNA life, and the means by which we delegate efforts throughout the organization. This commitment can range from 3-10 hours a week on average, depending on officer duties and tasks at hand.
For information on the allotted tasks of our board members, please see the following link: https://saintlouisdna.org/board-of-directors-and-officers/
If you are interested in running for a seat on the Board, watch out for an email after the November 18th Town Hall with more information and instructions.
DNA Town Hall – November 2019
Join us Monday, November 18th at 6:00 PM for our next Town Hall located at the St. Louis Public Library – Central auditorium, 1301 Olive Street. Metered parking available.
Hear from representatives of Gateway Arch Park Foundation about Winterfest, City Assessments from the St. Louis City Assessor’s Office, DNA Board of Directors, local elected officials, and about other new events and businesses in the region.
Join Us After the Town Hall Meeting
Still have a few questions? Want to get to know your neighbors a bit more and support a local business?
Meets us after the meeting during our DNA Social at Missouri Bar & Grill, 701 N Tucker.
The DNA Board of Directors continue to work on modifications to the existing bylaws to more accurately reflect the needs, wants, and priorities of the residents as well as the businesses within Downtown St. Louis.
A working copy of the bylaws, including redline/track changes version, is available at the following links:
- Proposed DNA Amended Bylaws – October 2019 FINAL
- Proposed DNA Amended Bylaws – October 2019 Tracked Changes
A finalized version will be presented for vote in 2020.