MEETING MINUTES – April 14th, 2022
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska – Hy-Vee -84th & Holdrege | 11:30am-1:00pm
Present: 20 in attendance
Members: Kyle Kudron; Tim Kirkpatrick; Tara West; Anthony Butler; Tarvis Banks; Margaret Burnham; Brian Adam; Jeanne Sheridan; Kolleen Meyer-Krikac; Angel Neal; Ben Petersen; Jackson Cassidy; Sherri Recker; Audrey Back; James Michael Bowers; Tammy Ward; Brian Deighton; Rob Lane; Sydney Stanard;
Guests: Jen Potters; Frank Antoine;
The minutes from February 2022 were approved.
New Members – email logo to Joanne Bartels for the website
Audrey Back – Fresh Start Home
Membership Chair Report
30+ Paid Member Business for 2022
New members recruitment – Please invite fellow business that serve North Lincoln – Network and have fun.
Just a reminder, new members who sign up between October and December and pay the $85 are paid up through the end of the next year.
Social Chair Update
Distillery Tour and Demo – Friday April 22nd 4:30PM – 6:30PM – Sideshow Spirits 1630 P Street
$2272.80 in Checking and $3000.00 in CDs as of April 14th, 2022
Captain Anthony Butler
Captain Butler is retiring in June. He brought his replacement Captain Banks to introduce him to us. Captain Banks gave the group a background on himself and his experience at LPD. Events coming up the LPD is focused on right now is Uncle Sam Jam. There is an air show coming back to Lincoln in 2023 that LPD is already beginning to plan.
NLBA has launched a public Facebook page. If you have a Facebook account, please like, and share our page. https://www.facebook.com/northlnkbusiness
North Lincoln City Council Tammy Ward and James Michael Bowers
Our North Lincoln City Council members gave us an update on the happenings of the council. James Michael Bowers mentioned an ordinance just passed concerning apprenticeships and its benefits. Every ten years the council goes through the redistricting process and it’s that time again. Areas mostly stayed the same with slight tweaks. The scooter pilot program downtown has concluded and was successful. Lincoln will be going forward with them keeping the current rules in place by-in large. Tammy Ward mentioned that there is a public hearing on food truck ordinances to allow them to come to residences and set up more than ten minutes. There has been a lot of activity in the Waterford Community regarding housing development. Budget briefings have begun, and projections are ahead at the moment. Mainly driven by money given for the pandemic relief. Our Council members fielded questions concerning Lincoln roads, the malfunctioning LED city lights and a new city inclusion park. A reminder that the City Council meets every Monday.
Next Association meeting: May 12th, 2022 at Hy-Vee – 84th & Holdrege | 11:30am- 1:00pm
Next Board meeting May 5th, 2022 – Belmont Community Center 11:30 AM – 1 PM
Meeting Adjourned. Respectfully submitted by Kyle Kudron NLBA Secretary- email@example.com