By CRAIG MURPHY
Of the Keizertimes
Leaders with the Gubser Neighborhood Association are looking to expand the boundaries of the association.
The question is whether that should be done, or if surrounding areas should form their own neighborhood associations.
The issue was discussed during the Feb. 21 GNA meeting, held in the media center at Gubser Elementary School.
Brad Coy, president of the GNA, said the idea would be to expand the association’s boundaries to match the Gubser Elementary boundary.
“There is no group active now in the Country Glen area or along Chemawa Road North,” Coy said. “Kids there attend Gubser Elementary. It seems like an obvious boundary. We can extend where our reach is, with the intent to bring more people out. It would allow more people to be involved. It includes supporting schools.”
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