MEETING MINUTES—February 14, 2019
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska – The Pizza Ranch -84th & Lexington | 11:30am-1:00pm
Present: 30 in attendance
Members: Sherri Recker; Amy Fish; Carl Tesch; Robbie Nathan; Mark Whitehead; Dog Larkings; Scott Wolf; Anthony Butler; Brian Adam; Kyle Holt-Stanard; Sydney Stanard; Larry Gadeken; Emily Koopmann; Joanne Bartels; Kelly Jensen; Steve Sheridan; Patty Gerlach; Ben Petersen; Stacy Svoboda; Tim Kirkpatrick; Lori Crocker; John Vigna; Jake Spotenski; Shelli Meyer; Kolleen Meyer-Krikac; Jeff Sneller;
Guests: Roger Figard; Jen Stickney; Dick Wolf;
The January 2019 minutes were approved.
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New Members – email logo to Steve Maly for the website
New Member – Lori Crocker with Lincoln Stars
New Member – Scott Wolf – Wolf Professional Realty
Membership Chair Report
42 members 31 Paid members so far in February
Membership renewal is $85 before February 1st and $100 on or after February 1st
Please review and update the membership roster that was passed around.
Social Chair Update
A pole was taken about moving the Christmas Party to January on either a Thursday or Friday.
March – Hockey game in the Galaxy Club – Please RSVP to invite. It really helps in planning. Thanks
Looking at a FAC at the Mill in Innovation Campus – Information coming.
$3930.96 in Checking; $3000.00 in CDs
Community Update: Captain Butler, LPD
Citizen Academy from Febuary 28th – March 2nd
Roger A. Figard – Executive Director, RTSD – Railroad Transportation Safety District
Roger gave the group a presentation about the South Beltway. The beltway has been in the works for many years dating back to the 1960’s. Things were moving forward in the mid 90s up through the early 2000s but then put on hold in 2009. The Build Nebraska Act was passed in 2011 which got things moving on the beltway again. The current plan includes two lanes traveling in each direction with the option to add a third lane each way in the future. Roger shared mock ups of how the new beltway will intersect with Highway 77, 27th street, 70th street and 84th street. He also showed a mock up of how it would continue into the East Beltway when it is built. Estimated cost in 2020 is $300 million. Lincoln’s share of that will be $50 million. The RSTD has given the city $20 million and the City Federal funds banked $16 million which leaves $14 million for the City to come up with. At the moment the plan is start in 2020 with completion within 3 years. A question was asked about the 33rd and Adams train intersection. Roger gave the group some history on the project.
Next Association meeting: March 14, 2019 at THE PIZZA RANCH – 84th & Lexington | 11:30am- 1:00pm
Next Board meeting: March 5th, 2019 – Isles in Havelock
Meeting Adjourned. Respectfully submitted by Kyle Kudron NLBA Secretary email@example.com