|May. 8, 2018 @ 7:00 PM at the The Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
|Sep. 09, 2003 Meeting Minute
|North Indian Trail Neighborhood Council
Meeting Minutes for
September 9th, 2003
Welcome and Introductions, by Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall (GH) welcomed everyone to the meeting. GH announced that we had invited members from the 5-mile Prairie and Balboa/South Indian Trail neighborhoods to tonight’s meeting as well. GH announced the format for the candidates who are going to be speaking tonight, and that each of them will have a table set-up for questions after the meeting.
Lastly, GH reminded everyone that the next meeting would take place on October 14th, 2003 at 7pm at the Prince of Peace Church. The meeting will primarily consist of speakers and information concerning the Storm Water Ordinance that is currently being revised by the City and how it might affect our neighborhood.
Treasurer’s Report, by Scott Barrick
For September 9th 2003 our beginning balance was $1062.25, income of $18.80 was collected from the last meeting. Expenses were $14.37 for meeting refreshments, and supplies. Proceeds from our Neighborhood wide yard sale were $638.53. Our ending balance was $1705.21.
Beginning Balance: $ 1062.25
Income: $ 18.80
Expenses: $ (14.37)
Yard Sale Profit $ 638.53
Ending Balance $ 1705.21
Yard Sale Update
We had 94 homes register for the yard sale, which was slightly below last year’s number. At $10 a registration that gave us a gross income of $940. We spent $59.75 on supplies and yard packets and $241.72 on various advertisements for the yard sale. This left a net income of $638.53, which was a great year. Since interest still seems high in the neighborhood wide yard sale, we are currently planning on holding one again next year.
Storm Water Ordinance Update, by Ed Lewis
Ed Lewis (EL) gave an update on the current Storm Water Ordinance draft being proposed to the City Council for adoption. EL highlighted some of the points he felt were lacking in the current draft proposal. These included the proposal being to narrow in its scope and only protecting the City and not the residents who are affected by it, does not address public health and safety concerns with regards to standing water, and is harmful to the current homeowner’s property values who live in the affected area.
A vote was taken to determine if members would be interested in hearing more about this Ordinance at our October meeting. The item was unanimously approved.
Meet the Candidates, By Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall introduced each candidate who had come to speak at our meeting in alphabetical order. The candidates who spoke included:
Pam Behring – running for City Council President
Victor Frazier – running for City Council
Barbara Lampert – running for City Council
Joe Shogan – running for City Council
Neighborhood Cleanup Report, by Chuck Moser
Chuck Moser (CM) reminded everyone that our curbside pickup this year would be on September 23rd for neighbors living in the Pacific Park and Sundance areas and September 24th for neighbors living in the Woodridge area. CM mentioned to have your garbage out by the curb no later than 7am on the day of your pick-up and that in should be in some kind of package. The best thing to use would be your garbage can or greens container. You can also use sacks or boxes. There is no limitation on what can be picked up, only it has to be light enough for a single person to pick-up. Therefore, no refrigerators, ovens, or couches. You can put out old tires though. Any tree limbs need to be no longer than 6ft in length and smaller than a 3 inch diameter. Last year we had 7 ½ tons picked-up, so spread the word to your neighbors.
Neighborhood Feedback/Questions, By Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall (GH) fielded questions from the floor regarding neighborhood concerns.
Meeting attendance was 68 people.
Next meeting is scheduled for October 14th, 2003.