MEETING MINUTES— March 8th, 2018
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska – The Pizza Ranch -84th & Lexington | 11:30am-1:00pm
Present: 23 in attendance
Members: Brian Adam; Bill Niemann; Carl Tesch; Kolleen Meyer-Krikac; Fred Knight; Steve Maly; Cyndi Lamn; Julie Robinson; Barb Tyler; Larry Gadeken; Joanne Bartels; Kelly Jensen; Emily Koopmann; Angela Caldwell; Ben Petersen; Dustin Judd; Craig Willeke; Sydney Stanard; Adam Nasif; Anthony Butler; Kyle Kudron
Guests: Mattison Wenzl; Sydney LaFreniere;
The February 2018 minutes were approved.
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New Member – Adam Nasif – CCS Presentation Systems
Current Member – Julie Robinson – KLKN TV
Membership Chair Report
25 paid members and a total of 29 members
Social Chair Update
The social committee has book bowling for Friday April 13th 5:30 – 7:30 at Sun Valley. Please RSVP to the invite to come.
Captain Anthony Butler – Captain Butler updated the group on recent crimes in north Lincoln and police department updates. On Feb 12th there was a rash of vandalisms in the Black Hawk areas. Around 45 vehicles were effected. No leads as of yet. Gun shots were fired in the Knox area. There is a person of interest in that case. April 21st is the annual Red/White game and of course there will be a big crowd. Things are progressing on the new sub-station.
Cindy Lamb – Lincoln City Council
There is lots going on in North Lincoln. On North 84th lots of development has been happening. Also, the Event Center is up to 300 events a year. New events like the high school rodeo is coming in the future. There will be an open house for the 58th and Morton project at Vital Services. Cindy mentioned there is still time to join the advisory committee for the 33rd and Cornhusker project. April 4th there will be another advisory meeting. The committee is looking for lots of good ideas on what the community would want out of the project. You can also go to the website to take a survey. Cindy mentioned that Northeast Lincoln may also be getting a professional soccer team at the Abbott Sports complex. The City of Lincoln has two cell phones apps available. There is UpLnk and MyLNK. On the UpLnk app citizens can report things like pot holes. MyLNK is an app citizens can get in touch with city assistance programs. Cindy also updated the group on what’s happening with and what the City Council is talking about.
Next Association meeting: April 12th, 2018 at THE PIZZA RANCH – 84th & Lexington | 11:30am- 1:00pm
Next Board meeting: March 29th, 2018 – Mutual of Omaha Office in Fallbrook.
Respectfully submitted by Kyle Kudron NLBA Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org