Location: Lincoln, Nebraska – The Pizza Ranch -84th & Lexington | 11:30am-1:00pm
Present: 25 in attendance
Members: Kyle Holt-Stanard; Tim Kirkpatrick; Craig Willeke; R.J. Lipert; Steve Maly; Kolleen Meyer-Krikac; Julie Robinson; Scott Wolf; Kelly Jensen; Cyndi Lamm; Emily Koopmann; Shelli Meyer; Jake Spotenski; Anthony Butler; Angela Caldwell; Ben Petersen; Joanne Bartels; Amy Fish; John Vigna; Lori Crocker
Guests: Luvie Hoffman; Pat Wolf; Steph Brown; Jamie Bowens; Reshell Ray
The February 2019 minutes were approved.
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New Members – email logo to Steve Maly for the website
Board President Sydney Stanard presented Diana Schilf with a gift for being President in 2017 and 2018
Current Member – Julie Robinson – KLKN TV
Current Member – Emily Koopmann – Civic Nebraska
Membership Chair Report
42 individuals 31 Paid member companies
Please review and update the membership roster that was passed around.
Social Chair Update
FAC at the Mill in Innovation Campus – Friday March 15th, 2019
NLBA Hockey event – $5 for members and $15 for guests – Friday April 5th. Please see the email that was emailed out with a link on how to purchase.
$3796.75 in Checking; $3000.00 in CDs
A nomination form was handed out to the members in attendance to solicit ideas to use one of our NLBA CDs in a charitable fashion.
Community Update: Captain Butler, LPD
Captain Butler gave the group an update on what’s happening for the Police department in North Lincoln. Captain Butler reminded the group to be careful around the potholes. Also as the weather gets better and thefts from vehicles go up. Please hide your valuables in your car out of site.
City Councilwoman Cindy Lamm
Councilwoman Lamm gave the group and update on the goings on with the City Council. Cindy mentioned that neither her nor Councilman Eskridge will be seeking reelection for City Council. Cindy is running for Mayor and Carl has taken a new position within the State. Cindy gave kudos to the North Lincoln Police department on project lifesaver. The big news in Lincoln right now are filling all the potholes. City crews are working hard to get them filled and the Mayor has declared a state of emergency to help free up workers to fill these potholes faster. In the City Council, Cindy is proposing a taskforce committee to strategize on snow removal. She is looking for 2 citizens from each area of town for their input. The City streets department is also down one pothole filling machine. Cindy updated the group on the North 33rd Improvement Project. Please continue to visit the project website. https://www.33rdcornhusker.com/ Cindy reminded the group to get out and vote in the up coming election and talked about some of the ballot items. Cindy then fielded questions about the new sales tax ballot initiative.
Next Association meeting: April 11th, 2019 at THE PIZZA RANCH – 84th & Lexington | 11:30am- 1:00pm
Next Board meeting: May 1st, 2019 – Brewsky’s at 27th and Cornhusker
Meeting Adjourned. Respectfully submitted by Kyle Kudron NLBA Secretary email@example.com