San Tomas Area Community Coalition

An Election Bulletin! Volunteers Wanted to Run for STACC Office!

STACC Officer Information & How to Apply for a Position

STACC officers fall into two categories, elected and appointed, and serve for a two year term. We are actively seeking more people to participate as officers in both elected and appointed positions. If something sounds interesting, we urge you to volunteer for it! The only requirement for participation is an interest in your community and a willingingness to spend some time helping out!

How to Apply for a Position

At present we are accepting volunteers to server in positions on a Pro-Tempore basis until regular elections can be held in November of 2015.

To make it easy to apply for any position you may choose any of the following methods:

Call or send email to one of the following contacts:

Audrey Kiehtreiber, Acting President and Newsletter Webmaster (408) 410-6528

Indicate the following:
Name: ____________________________
Phone: ____________________________
Address: ___________________________________________
Campbell, CA Zip: _________

email: _____________________________________________

Position Applying For: _______________________________________

Elected Positions

A. PRESIDENT: The President shall be the chief officer and shall preside at all meetings; shall have the power to appoint committee chairpersons, with the approval of the Executive Board; shall have the power to call special meetings of the Executive Board and the membership; and shall advise and assist other officers in their duties. Present Annual Report of the year's activities at the last meeting of the year. The President shall serve as the primary contact and official spokesperson of STACC with members of the media, City Staff, City, County, State and Federal  Government officials. All articles which are linked or attributed to STACC to appear in public publications must be reviewed and approved first by the President. The President may at their discretion, delegate the roll of Media Contact to an individual of their choosing with the approval of the Board.


B. VICE-PRESIDENT: PROGRAMS: The Vice-President shall assume the duties of the President in the event of the latter's absence or inability to serve or in the event of his/her resignation or recall. Shall be responsible for coordinating the informational programs for each monthly meeting. Responsibilities include: surveying members for topic ideas, securing guest speakers, making speaker introductions. Shall follow up with a thank you note to speakers on behalf of the STACC.


C. SECRETARY: The Secretary shall keep minutes of all regular and Executive Board meetings; shall preside at meetings in the absence of the President and Vice-President shall keep a copy of all newsletters, correspondence, and any other documents which are a part of the history of the San Tomas Area Community Coalition; and shall handle all correspondence.


D. TREASURER: The Treasurer shall administer all monetary transactions, and shall keep an absolute record of all receipts and disbursements to be reported at each meeting. Prepare Annual Budget and Annual Financial Report. File appropriate tax forms. Maintain liability insurance. Maintain memberships as required.


E. MEMBER-AT-LARGE: The Member-at-Large, will serve as an officer of the STACC as a member "without portfolio". The President or the Executive Committee shall determine the specific tasks to be undertaken by the Member-at-Large. 

Appointed Volunteer Positions

City Council: The Representative atttends City Council meetings, and reports developments to the Executive Board and the Newsletter Editor for publication.

Planning Commission: The Representative atttends Planning Commission meetings, and reports developments to the Executive Board and the Newsletter Editor for publication.

UNSCC Representative: Represents the STNA at the United Neighborhoods of Santa Clara County , a non-profit group which provides classes and support to Neighborhood Associations.

Grants: Writes and submits grant applications and all followup materials required in the grant process.

Special Events Organizer: Helps plan and organize special events such as the annual Ice Cream Social and the quarterly meetings.

Newsletter Editor, Webmaster: The Newsletter Editor produces and distributes a newsletter once a quarter. As Webmaster the Editor maintains the public web site of the STNA.

Assistant, Newsletter Editor: The Assistant to the Newsletter Editor helps in the distribution of the newsletters, and the recruiting of Area and Block captains.

Hospitality: The Hospitality Chairman contacts and welcomes new neighbors, and helps maintain an accurate name and phone listing for the master address listing.

Area Captains: There are twelve areas within the greater San Tomas Area. Each Area Captain shall serve as the liaison between the Board, the Block Captains and residents of their area. Area Captains are responsible for recruiting Block Captains; coordinate newsletter distribution to Block Captains; and cooperate with the Hospitality Chairman to welcome new neighbors to the community. In the event of an emergency the Area Captains work through the Block Captains in informing all households within their blocks as quickly as possible.

Block Captains: are responsible for prompt delivery of all newsletters, report to the Area Captain any important event occurring on their respective blocks and cooperate with the Hospitality Chairman to welcome each new family in the community. In the event, of an emergency the Block Captains shall assist the Area Captain in informing all households within their blocks as quickly as possible.

Posted by audrey on 07/25/2003
Last updated on 11/20/2014
Campbell, California 95008

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