MEETING MINUTES – January 13th, 2022
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska – Hy-Vee -84th & Holdrege | 11:30am-1:00pm
Present: 10 in attendance
Members: Kyle Kudron; Sydney Stanard; Tim Kirkpatrick; Joanne Bartels; Tara West; Emily Koopmann; Patrick Lawler; Brian Deighton; Pat Borer; Anthony Butler
The minutes from December 2021 were approved.
New Members – email logo to Joanne Bartels for the website
Membership Chair Report
34 Paid Member Business
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
NLBA Holiday Party – January 14th, 2022, 6 PM– Screamers Downtown – $10 per member – Gift exchange (suggested $15 max gift) –
$3168.65 in Checking and $3000.00 in CDs as of January 13, 2022
Tim Kirkpatrick, Treasurer, gave a summary of NLBAs income and expenses for 2021.
Captain Anthony Butler
Captain Butler gave an update on crime statistics in north Lincoln during 2021. One stat that increased in 2021 was auto thefts, many driven by people leaving their cars unlocked and/or running. Police community outreach activities ticked up last year. Police representatives are proactively visiting business in their precincts to introduce themselves. The LPD has gone from 5 teams to 4 and Captain Butler’s team moved offices. One other crime stat he spoke to was package thefts. Overall package thefts were down over the holidays, but for some reason have started ticking up now after the holidays.
Assistant Chief Pat Borer
Chief Borer opened his update up to questions but also started by stating the LFR is an all-hazards department. This means they assist in much more than just fires. LFR is applying for a grant to recruit additional personal. He also spoke about the turn around on fire vehicles and their life span. Chief Borer was asked about the efficiency of sending out a fire engine or truck to each call, even the medical only calls. Another member asked about the water/ice rescue teams.
The members in attendance at January’s meeting approved the NLBA Board slate for 2022.
In leu of having a speaker in January, members in attendance gave a spotlight on their business.
Next Association meeting: February 10th, 2022 at Hy-Vee – 84th & Holdrege | 11:30am- 1:00pm
Next Board meeting March 3rd, 2022 11:30 – 1 PM – 70th and O 3rd Floor – Mutual of Omaha
Meeting Adjourned. Respectfully submitted by Kyle Kudron NLBA Secretary- email@example.com
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