The Springs Community Alliance will be looking to update its bylaws at Thursday’s meeting.
Last month, the group re-wrote a rough draft of its bylaws and will take a second look in addition to looking at electing an executive committee consisting of a chair and a vice chair at next month’s meeting.
“People want clarity,” said Ellen Conlan, a member of the group’s steering committee. “They want to know what we are here to do. And we need to be more inviting and welcoming.”
The group, which was an outgrowth of the Springs Task Force Coordinating Committee and loosely formed after the demise of the Springs Redevelopment Advisory Committee, has been rotating chair duties for more than two years.
“I don’t think the rotating chair works,” Conlan said. “We need a more formal structure.”