Being involved in the community in which we live and work is a priority to Streamline Planning. All of us want to leave a legacy of making a difference, even in small ways. Reaching out by attending meetings of local action groups, talking to people, taking the time to notice and do something, learning and applying what we’ve learned; these are all good ways toward progress.
One such group is called the McKinleyville Organizing Committee, or MOC. They have been meeting at least monthly since March of 2013, and regularly have between 15-25 attendees. Their purpose is to make a difference in McKinleyville. They are a part of a regional organizing network call PICO, whose motto is Unlocking the Power of People. By meeting with the people in power that have the resources and authority to act, MOC can be instrumental in bringing about the changes wanted in their community. Read More →