|Mar. 13, 2018 @ 7:00 PM at the The Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
|Nov. 12, 2001 Meeting Minute
|North Indian Trail Neighborhood Council
Meeting Minutes for
November 12th, 2002
Welcome and Introductions, by Ed Lewis
Ed Lewis (EL) welcomed everyone to the meeting and introduced the new council and Executive Committee. The new officers EL covered how the new council would like the meetings to be run and stated the goal was to start all meetings no later than 5 minutes after the posted start time. EL also reminded everyone that the next meeting would take place on January 14th, 2003 at the Prince of Peace Church.
Treasurerís Report, by Scott Barrick
For November 12th 2002 our beginning balance was $1351.31, no income was collected from the last meeting. We had a $2.00 donation. Expenses were $66.33 for some photos, refreshments, and supplies. Our ending balance was $1286.98.
Beginning Balance: $ 1351.31
Income: $ 2.00
Expenses: $ (66.33)
Ending Balance $ 1286.98
Scott Barrick (SB), on behalf of the Executive Committee suggested the NITNC vote on providing the Prince of Peace Church with a $50 donation for use of the facility in November 2002 and May 2003. The NITNC membership motioned for the donation amount to be increased to $100, which was passed unanimously by the membership. The membership also unanimously voted to give the Church the donations in the agreed upon months.
Curb Side Pick-up Report, by Chuck Moser
Chuck Moser (CM) gave a brief status report on the final cost of the curb-side pick-up program that was conducted in October. CM reported the final total was less than expected (much to the relief of the city) and our neighborhood still has not used all of the money allotted to us by the city for garbage pick-up. CM felt the curb-side pick-up was well advertised and that low cost can be attributed to our clean neighborhood.
Community Assembly Report, by Cheryl Fleming
Cheryl Fleming (CF) provided a brief summary on what the Community Assembly does and who makes up the membership. For more information on the Community Assembly, please visit the following link:
Proposed City Utility Fee, by Clay Schueman
Clay Schueman (CS) gave a presentation on a City Utility Fee that is being proposed to the City as a means to fix our streets. The presentation included a background summary on the current road repair budget and how it is funded and modified. CS discussed the goals of the committee who developed the idea for the Utility Fee, and how they included input from the general public into their plan. CS explained how the Utility Fee would work, who is affected, and how much (in general) it would cost businesses (based on traffic flow to place of business) and individual taxpayers (approximately $7.50 a month). CS also covered why the Utility Fee is better than the current system and how other fees would be affected (lowered) if the Utility Fee is implemented. CS concluded by taking questions from the membership.
Proposed Zoning Changes, by Ed Lewis
Ed Lewis (EL) informed the membership of two proposals that were submitted by land owners in the area to change some of the current zoning in the NITNC area. After reading each of the proposals, EL informed the membership that the Executive Committee already submitted a response, which was against allowing the proposed changes, due to the time constraint given for feedback on the changes. EL called for a membership vote on each zoning change (either for or against allowing the change) to ensure that the membership agreed with the Executive Committees previous response. The results of both votes were for the Executive Committee to be against allowing the zoning changes to be approved. Therefore, no additional feedback by the Executive Committee was necessary to the Office of Neighborhood Services. A copy of both letters submitted by the Executive Committee can be found on the NITNC website.
Announcements, By Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall (GH) informed the membership of various openings on some city committees that were looking for volunteers to fill the openings. GH also took questions from the membership about various concerns in the neighborhood and what topics the membership would liked covered in future meetings.
Meeting attendance was 45 people.
Next meeting is scheduled to be held on January 14th, 2003.