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January 10, 2017 Minutes
CALL TO ORDER 6:35 p.m.
Nate Beiriger, Community liaison. Summarized crime stats for 2015-16. Generally, auto
theft is up. He has requested service generally for our neighborhood. Reminder to call for
anything – they don’t know to respond if they don’t know the problem. Also, speed bumps
in the neighborhood is never going to happen – emergency vehicles need streets to be
COUNCILMAN FLYNN/ DANA
Councilman purchased 30 safety (slow down) signs to distribute among neighbors in
high traffic areas. Please contact his office to get one.
Big thanks to the supporters of preventing marijuana business from being granted
permit to occupy Bear Valley site. Their permit was denied to commercial sales.
Upcoming bonding issue – please contact Councilman with ideas for use of bond money
in the categories of Transportation, Parks, Arts, Public Safety, City Facilities.
Gave summary of upcoming idea discussion on what to do with Loretto Heights location.
PRESIDENT – out of town
VP – BOB JOHNSON -- Survey results discussed, questions remain as to what should
go in the newsletter. Bob reported that he would discuss ideas with President about
what should be done.
SECRETARY, CARA MEEKER - 12/1 proposed minutes read and approved.
TREASURER – NANCY POLAK BILLS PAID (see worksheet)
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MEMBERSHIP – JOHN POLAK reported that he’s working on new directory. $500
projected cost, motion made to approve funds, seconded and approved.
PARKS – KATRINA REED accepted position for 2017
SAFETY – RICK REED will provide info to the newsletter editor about safety signs
available through Councilman Flynn. Confirmed a theft of a “puffing” car in the
SOCIAL – COURTNEY MANN is starting to plan the Easter party. Reported that awards
for the holiday light contest were distributed and that the 3rd place sign got lost to
ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL – MIKE SCHUH reported that the large tree on the Harlan
property had been taken down.
ISLAND/ENTRANCE – KAY REED reported that Holiday decorations had been taken
VILLAGE EDITOR – JANE BROWN nothing to report
BLOCK REPS – none
John and Nancy mentioned that the supply of doggie bags for the park is dwindling.
Motion made and approved for them to purchase more.
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It was mentioned that it may be time to price out the cost of re-graveling the outer
perimeter of the neighborhood along Sheridan.
Discussion of how to communicate with people who agreed to volunteer by marking as
such on the survey responses. Motion made and approved to have Cara reach out
through email and for individual committee members to follow up based on interest of
OTHER BUSINESS / ISSUES/ANNOUNCEMENTS none
Bill McGee has passed away.
MEETING CLOSED AT (Time 8:00)