2005 March 21st Board Minutes

DRAFT AGENDA (March 16)
1. New hire for Rus Thomas position. It is the responsibility of the TNA board to recruit and hire for this position although the funding is actually part of the NRP budget.
2. Procedures and responsibilities for retrieving mail, voice mail, etc. in the absence of staff support.
3. NRP survey report. Ed Wunsch will attend to provide preliminary feedback on the surveys and answer questions regarding process. He also would like volunteers for an April survey tabulation meeting.
4. http://www.tangletown.org – Web site progress report from Norman Foster.
5. Scheduling of pre-event planning meetings for May garage sale (if needed) and July 4th.

MINUTES
March 22, 2005

Call to order: 7:05 p.m.

Minutes & Financial Report
February minutes are approved unanimously.

Roger Hegeman reported that there were no transactions and the balance is unchanged since the February meeting.

NRP Coordinator Position
Roger Hegeman reported that a staff person is not a requirement for a neighborhood organization, but board agreed it is necessary.

Ed Wunsch & Perry Smaglik of NRP Steering Committee recommended that TNA create a committee to formulate a job description. It was agreed that this adhoc personnel committee would consist of two board members, Roger Hegeman and Norman Foster and two members of NRP steering committee, Ed Wunsch and Perry Smaglik. They will convene at the next steering committee meeting on April 4.

Administration money still exists in NRP Phase I budget – enough to pay coordinator until approximately March 2006. The coordinator is a contract position, is paid through NRP. This position most recently paid $25/hour.

Interim Procedures while no NRP Coordinator is on staff:
Mail retrieval: Roger Hegeman, Catalina Chadbourn and Georgia Stephens will share responsibility for retrieving mail from post office box.

Voice mail: Karen Larson will monitor messages left on the Tangletown voice mail number.

NRP Survey

Surveys are being tallied and some areas of interest among residents being identified include traffic, noise, litter, graffiti, maintenance of rental property, park programming for kids, police presence, Ramsey enhancements, etc.

70% of Phase II NRP funds will be required to go towards housing, TNA will have very little discretionary NRP dollars in Phase II.

Lynell Voigt volunteered to help the steering committee tally surveys.

Tangletown.org update
Norman Foster reported that http://www.TangletownNews.org is current and up and running.
He is working on getting http://www.Tangletown.org back up. He’s been working through some issues from when this site was established under a former board member’s name.

Roger Hegeman reported that John Dybvig from Council Member Benson’s office will provide a link to the city site for Tangletown’s site.

Norman plans to post the Tangletown Garage Sale maps on the site.

Garage Sale Update
Sarah Kalweit reported that the sale will be advertised in the Star Tribune but that the Southwest Journal ad is cost prohibitive – she recommended that we skip the SWJ and explore other alternative newspapers. Georgia Stephens will check into The Pulse for rates and ad deadlines.

Publicity for the sale will include newspaper advertising, posters in neighborhood businesses/the park, and signs at the major intersections of Tangletown. Purchasing or having sandwich boards was discussed. Sarah will call about having them made and get pricing on ready-made boards.

The sale will also be publicized on the web site.

A meeting will be held shortly before the sale to finalize distribution of maps, signage, etc.

A motion was made to spend up to $500 on publicizing the 2005 Tangletown Garage Sale. Motion carries unanimously.

July 4 Event Update

The next planning meeting will be on Monday, April 11 at 7 p.m. at Caribou at 46th and Nicollet. Karen Larson will send this info via e-mail to the board.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:25

Submitted by
Karen Larson
TNA Secretary

2005 February 21st Board Minutes

Agenda
February 21 2005

1. Officers reports- minutes, treasurer’s report
2. Neighborhood visitors and guests
3. NRP Plan modifications
B-ball court and balcony railing at Fuller Rus
4. TNA bookkeeping
5. Garage Sale ? Georgia
6. July 4th parade Karen
7. TNA Website
8. Old business
9. New business?

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Tangletown Neighborhood Association
Meeting Minutes – February 2005
[Minutes are draft only–will be addressed at March meeting].

Board members in attendance: Roger Hegeman, Georgia Stephens, Norman Foster, Lynell Voigt, Sarah Kalweit, Karen Larson

Call to order: 7:07

Officers’ reports/minutes:
January minutes approved unanimously
No officer reports

Neighborhood visitors and guests:
Resident Burke Hinds informed the board that Knox Presbyterian Church, 4747 Lyndale Ave, will present a children’s play on April 29, 30th, and possible 31st. He asked for it to be mentioned in the next issue of the Tangletown News.

Ann Geske of the SW Journal introduced herself and took notes for the regular neighborhood meeting update done by the paper.

Tom Balcom, resident and neighborhood historian, told the board about Ramsey International Fine Arts Center’s spring production of Oliver Twist. He is preparing an article for the Tangletown News that will tie this production with the school’s site’s history as an orphanage.

Tom also updated us on the recent Minnehaha Creek visions meeting. Three technical issues are being focused upon right now and they include water quality, macroinvertibrates in the creek, and fish. A series of meeting will be held to produce a plan on how to improve the creek. The next meeting will be held at the St. Louis Park city council chambers on March 22. Tom will keep us updated on the result of these meetings.

Roger suggested that Tom’s updates, as well as arts information, would be good material to add to our soon-to-be resurrected web site, Tangletown.org.

NRP Plan Modifications:
Rus Thomas, NRP Coordinator, said that out of 1800 NRP Phase II surveys mailed to residents, 398 were completed and returned. This is 22% and is a good response. A summary will be distributed after the results are tabulated.

There’s been a delay in both of our current NRP projects. The re-surfacing of the Fuller Park basketball court was not contracted in a timely manner, which has caused a delay, and the plan for resurfacing was reevaluated and rejected. It has been recommended that the court be torn up and re-laid for better durability and a longer life. The new contract requires additional funds that, if the board approves, are available and can be moved from the Business Façade Improvement Contract that has been terminated due to lack of business interest.

The project to make the Fuller Park balcony rail safer for small children has been delayed as well. The screen that was to be added to the existing railing was rejected and an alternative was offered. Custom-built wooden attachments have been recommended which will reduce the space between railings and prevent small children from getting caught or falling through the gaps. This plan requires additional funds as well. Another $1,713.00 is available and can be moved from the now-defunct Business Façade Contract pending board approval.

See below for wording of resolutions.

The resolutions for the Basketball Court (new solution) New Contract and Balcony Railing (new solution) Contract Amendment were put to a vote. Both resolutions passed.

Resident Shirley Unger expressed interest in how Phase II money will be used to satisfy the 70% affordable housing requirement. It is early in the process, so that has not been decided at this time. She distributed information about the organization SWING, Southwest Interfaith Neighborhood Group that is working to promote affordable housing in the area.

Garage Sale:
The Tangletown Neighborhood Garage Sale will be held Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7. Sarah Kalweit agreed to be the contact person, however, this year phone calls will be directed to the TNA voice mail and forwarded to Sarah as is appropriate. Sarah will receive help from Samantha Kealey, Karen Larson, and Catalina Chadbourn. Tickets will again be $10 and an ad will be placed in the Star Tribune and the SW Journal. Deadline for registration will be Friday, April 15. Sarah emphasized that more pre-sale publicity is needed this year.

July 4:
It was decided that a basic event would be planned (fire truck parade, balloons) in order to carry on this popular tradition in the neighborhood. However, additional attractions will be dependent on the volunteer response received to our stepped up recruiting efforts. These efforts will include: a form placed next to the Garage Sale form in the upcoming Tangletown News, making it visible and easy for residents to sign up to help. A board will be placed at Fuller Park with handouts that outline individual tasks and language that clearly communicates expectations such as “I will work a shift…”

TNA Bookkeeping:
Resident Ed Wunsch has requested that the TNA board show proof of compliance with neighborhood association finance regulations. A motion was made to increase frequency of duties performed by the TNA’s accountant so that reporting is completed and ready to present at each meeting. Motion carried 3 y, 1 n.

TNA Website:
Norman Foster said that more testing would be done before going live. He requested content and feedback about what we’d like to see incorporated into the site in terms of technical capabilities such as an instant voting function, etc. The url that will ultimately be used will be
http://www.Tangletown.org It is not live yet.

New business:
Georgia Stephens submitted her resignation from the Board, effective May 16, 2005, where at the 2005 Annual Meeting, a new Treasurer can be elected. She will continue reporting for and editing Tangletown News.

Meeting adjourned 8:50 p.m.

Submitted,
Karen Larson,
Secretary

Resolution 1:Basketball Court
The Tangletown Neighborhood Association accepts the Tangletown NRP Oversight/Steering Committee’s recommendation to implement a plan modification whereby:
$4,297.82 would be transferred from Business, Goal 1, objective 1, strategy1 Business Façade Improvement Grant Program to Parks and Public Spaces, Goal 1, Objective 1,Strategy 1 Fuller Park Basketball Court and directs its chair to sign any agreements or contractual documentation that is result of this action The board understands that this action is to place additional funds in the Basketball Court strategy to enable the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board to perform a complete overhaul of the basketball court at Fuller Park rather than the resurfacing of the court outlined in contract C-20034.

Resolution 2: Fuller Park Balcony Railing
The Tangletown Neighborhood Association accepts the Tangletown NRP Oversight/Steering Committee’s recommendation to implement a plan modification whereby:
$1,713.00 would be transferred from Business, Goal 1, objective 1, strategy1 Business Façade Improvement Grant Program to Parks and Public Spaces, Goal 1, Objective 2, Strategy 1 Fuller Park Balcony Railing and directs its chair to sign any agreements or contractual documentation that is result of this action. The board understands that this action is to place additional funds in the railing strategy to allow for a redesigned solution for the Fuller Park balcony railing and will result in an amendment to contract C-20035

Rationale:
The Business Façade Improvement Grant Program generated more than $150,000 in actual business façade improvements with $52,064.26 of Tangletown NRP dollars spent. During the fourth year of this program, no businesses requested funding. The contract was terminated leaving $17,935.74 to be redirected to other strategies in the Phase I Action Plan. Since the time of the original contracts for the basketball court and the balcony railing, September 2003, the Park Board has deemed the solutions prescribed to be unsatisfactory and not cost effective and has made new recommendations to the neighborhood.

2005 January 17th Board Minutes

Tangletown Neighborhood Association Agenda
January 17th 2005

Agenda
1. Officers reports- minutes, treasurer’s report
2. Neighborhood visitors and guests
3. John Black?property re-development
4. Scott Benson
5. NRP Plan modifications [SEE BOTTOM OF POSTING FOR DETAILS]
B-ball court and balcony railing at Fuller
6. Old business
7. New business?

Minutes
Tangletown Neighborhood Association Board Meeting
Monday, January 17, 2005

Call to order at 7:20 p.m. by President Roger Hegeman.

Board Members present: Roger Hegeman, Georgia Stephens, Samantha Kealey, Lynell Voigt.
Also present: Rus Thomas, Ed Wunsch, Tom Balcom, Suzanne Rhees, and Stephanie and John Black.

Introductions. We held off on the minutes as there was not a quorum to approve.

Tom Balcom proposed a traveling exhibit about Tangletown because 2006 will mark the 120th year of our neighborhood: old houses, schools, the creek, the orphanage. Roger suggested possible corporate sources of dollars for the project. Tom will put something in the next (March) newsletter to see if there is any interest.

John and Stephanie Black, who are not residents of Tangletown, but bought the property directly south of Snyder’s and are renting it, are contemplating tearing it down and building a 3 or 4 town house rental unit on the lot. They are not planning this soon but wanted to get a feel for what the neighbors would think.

Georgia gave the Treasurer’s report: as of December 31, 2004 our account had $5,773.00.

Suzanne Rhees said she is trying to recruit more members for the LASR-CC; their next meeting is January 25th.

Rus showed us the railing fix idea for Fuller Park. However, lacking a quorum, we tabled the discussion of plan modification until the February meeting. He said approximately 300 of the questionnaires have been returned and will be used to build focus group to move to Plan II.

New Business:
Tom said that the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District Citizen’s Task Force has been meeting since September and will be meeting until next June. Their next meeting is February 15th at Burroughs and he is planning to attend and report back to us.

There was a brief discussion of asking members to RSVP their intentions of attendance for the meeting so we could know if we could plan to do business (with a quorum) at the meeting. Roger would send out an email.

The next meeting is Monday, February 21st at 7:00 p.m. at Fuller Park. Meeting was adjourned at 8:00 p.m.

Lynell Voigt

ATTACHMENTS Tangletown NRP plan modifications

There are two Plan modifications that the Steering Committee would like you to consider at the January Board meeting. One of them we spoke about back in September, and that is the basketball court at Fuller Park. 1. We are currently contracted with Parks and Recreation to do a simple overlay and re-striping. When the firm, contracted to do the job, came to the site, they determined that given the current state of the court, what we had agreed to would be a five-year fix-at best. They recommended that we replace the court ? a twenty-year fix. 2. We had contracted with Parks and Recreation to child proof the balcony railing at Fuller Park. We contracted for a fix recommended in 2003. Now, Parks and Recreation has come up with a better/simpler, more elegant plan that is costlier. We have the funds to make both of these modifications. The basketball court change would result in a new scope of services and contract ? where as the changes for the railing would only need a simple amendment to the existing contract. Both would need Board approval of the plan modifications (below.)

At the board meeting, we will be able to explain the details of the two basketball court alternatives and show you (with models) the two railing solutions.

I have included the budget changes and drafts of resolutions for your review prior to the meeting. Basketball Court (new solution) New Contract Cost: $10,500.00 Currently in strategy: $2,000.00 not contracted but in plan $4,202.18 contracted (resurfacing and striping) C-20034 total: $6,202.18 Difference: $4,297.82 to come from Business Façade Improvement Contract (terminated)

$6202.18 +$4,297.82= $10,500

Balcony Railing (new solution)
Contract amendment Cost: $5,646.00
Currently contracted: $3,933.00 contract C-20035
Difference: $1,713.00
to come from Business Façade Improvement Contract (terminated)

Resolution 1:Basketball Court The Tangletown Neighborhood Association accepts the Tangletown NRP Oversight/Steering Committee?s recommendation to implement a plan modification whereby: $4,297.82 would be transferred from Business, Goal 1, objective 1, strategy1 Business Façade Improvement Grant Program to Parks and Public Spaces, Goal 1, Objective 1,Strategy 1 Fuller Park Basketball Court and directs its chair to sign any agreements or contractual documentation that is result of this action The board understands that this action is to place additional funds in the Basketball Court strategy to enable the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board to perform a complete overhaul of the basketball court at Fuller Park rather than the resurfacing of the court outlined in contract C-20034.

Resolution 2: Fuller Park Balcony Railing The Tangletown Neighborhood Association accepts the Tangletown NRP Oversight/Steering Committee?s recommendation to implement a plan modification whereby: $1,713.00 would be transferred from Business, Goal 1, objective 1, strategy1 Business Façade Improvement Grant Program to Parks and Public Spaces, Goal 1, Objective 2, Strategy 1 Fuller Park Balcony Railing and directs its chair to sign any agreements or contractual documentation that is result of this action The board understands that this action is to place additional funds in the railing strategy to allow for a redesigned solution for the Fuller Park balcony railing and will result in an amendment to contract C-20035

Rationale: The Business Façade Improvement Grant Program generated more than $150,000 in actual business façade improvements with $52,064.26 of Tangletown NRP dollars spent. During the fourth year of this program, no businesses requested funding. The contract was terminated leaving $17,935.74 to be redirected to other strategies in the Phase I Action Plan. Since the time of the original contracts for the basketball court and the balcony railing, September 2003, the Park Board has deemed the solutions prescribed to be unsatisfactory and not cost effective and has made new recommendations to the neighborhood.

2004 November 15th Board Minutes

Agenda
Tangletown Neighborhood Association Agenda
Nov 15 2004

1. Officers reports- minutes, treasurer’s report
2. Neighborhood “open mike”
3. NRP Brief general update Rus
4. Old business
5. New business?
Discussion about increasing neighborhood participation.

Minutes
Tangletown Neighborhood Association Board Meeting
Monday, November 15, 2004

Call to order at 7:10 p.m. by President Roger Hegeman

Board Members present: Sarah Kalweit, Georgia Stephens, Roger Hegeman, Norman Foster, Lynell Voigt

Also present: Rus Thomas (NRP Coordinator), John Dybvig (Scott Benson’s Office), Suzanne Rhees (LASR-CC), Beth Elliott (Mpls CPED –Planning)

Georgia reported that we have approximately $4,458 in our account as of 10/31.
There were no minutes from previous meetings available.

John reported that LASR-CC is looking for three people from Tangletown to represent our neighborhood. The time commitment is approximately one meeting per month for a year.

Beth Elliott presented the Request For Proposals that will be put out to bid to various consultant groups. The Mayor has budgeted $100,000 for South Lyndale planning with the intention that the planning will be finished up by the end of 2005.

Sarah moved and Georgia seconded that Suzanne is reinstated as one of our three members. Passed. Suzanne agreed to find the names of two more interested people from Tangletown to join her on this committee.

Sarah moved and Lynell seconded that the Board accepts and approves the Request for Proposal. Passed

Rus nominated Amy Rowland to become a member of the NRP Steering Committee. She will be asked to come to the January meeting at which time we can vote her in. Rus also said that a neighborhood (NRP) survey will be mailed out in early January

There will not be a meeting in December.

The next meeting will be on Monday, January 17th.

Adjourn at 8:40 p.m.

Lynell Voigt

2004 September 20th Board agenda

Agenda
Tangletown Neighborhood Association Agenda
Sept 20 2004

1. Officers reports- minutes, treasurer’s report
2. TNA web hosting services offer
3. Committee volunteers for 35W aesthetics committee and Corridor Housing Initiative”
4. Neighborhood “open mike”
5. NRP Approval of new member(s) and Policy Board elections
6. Old business– Home Tour
7. New business– Fall Festival


2004 August 16th Board Minutes

Agenda
Subject: TNA board meeting agenda

1. NRP PA and plan modification.
Approval of new members– Ed Wunsch and Peg Mountin
2. Officers reports- minutes, treasurer’s report, newsletter update
3. Frank Hornstien– airport and mass transit
4. old business
5. new business– Fall Festival, Home Tour
6. more bi-law information — Rus

Minutes

Tangletown Neighborhood Association August 16, 2004
Minutes

Board members in attendance: Roger Hegeman, Catalina Chadbourn, Lynell Voigt, Georgia Stephens, Samantha Kealey, Karen Larson, Sarah Kalweit

Meeting called to order 7:00

NRP Plan modification resolution Rus Thomas, Peg Mountin, Ed Wunsch, Perry Smaglik

1. Reallocate funds from Phase I Business strategy 2.1.1.1, Business Node Improvement Fund; to fund the Phase II Participation Agreement, not to exceed $36,000.

2. Reallocate funds from Phase I Business strategy 2.1.1.2, Lyndale Streetscape Implementation Fund; to Neighborhood Livability strategy 1.2.2.1, Plan Implementation Support, not to exceed $73,967.35. Total reallocation not to exceed: $109,967.35’’

3. Modifiy the language of Phase I Neighborhood Livability strategy 1.2.2.1: Hire personnel and provide an administrative budget to complete the implementation of the Plan. Hire personnel and provide an administrative budget to complete the implementation of the Plan, and thereafter, to facilitate plan development of Phase II. Etc. (see document attached to hard copy on file with Treasurer.) NRP Plan Modification Resolution passes unanimously

Minutes: July meeting minutes approved unanimously.

Home Tour Update: Lynell reported that five homes will be included in this year’s tour and that volunteers are needed to serve as greeters at the homes. Each board member can expect a call.

Newsletter update: Karen reported that the Fall 2004 Tangletown News has been distributed. It includes publicity for the Home Tour on Sept. 19 and for the Fall Festival to be held on Oct. 2. Voluntary Dues form has been reinstated and NRP Phase II information is accompanied by a participation form residents/business owners can send in.

State Rep. Frank Hornstein: mass transit and airport update Rep. Hornstein plans to meet with Governor Pawlenty about the accountability of gubernatorial appointments to the public. He and Paul Thiesen (Lynnhurst) will reach out to people in suburbs to drum up support to put pressure on MAC appointees. September 7 meeting at Ramada Thunderbird, 4:30-7 open house, 7:00 hearing begins. Crosstown Re-design: 50,000 more cars travel on 35W than on 394. He has built a coalition with Lakeville regarding transit. By 2008, Lakeville will be the 4th largest city in the state. Rep. Hornstein says that the 35W/Crosstown project should be a transit project, not a road project. Encouraged people to attend the Sept. 9 open house at King Park to gain information about project.

South Lyndale Development Workshops Paul Lohman updated TNA on the status of this series of 3 workshops which will be held this fall at Richfield United Methodist Church at 58th and Lyndale. The first workshop will feature speaker Mayor R.T. Rybak and will focus on Livable Cities. The second will cover Development ABC’s. And the third workshop will be an introduction to master planning. (2 handouts)

Anne Forsythe, of the U of M Design Center, spoke about how these workshops will give neighborhoods the resources to understand development and distributed materials showing housing types that serve different densities.

Call to action: this group asked for the names of 25 or more people, “opinion makers” from Tangletown and the other three participating neighborhoods (Windom, Kenny, and Lynnhurst) to participate in the workshops.

The workshops will be the kick-off for forming the master plan for Lyndale Avenue (creek to crosstown) with LASR-CC and the city. One major goal is to gather neighborhood input and avoid the more common scenario of developers coming with finished plan with no opportunity for input. The other primary goal of the project is to inform the public to prevent the misinformation that occurred regarding the Boulevard development project.

TNA Documents Rus Thomas distributed documents outlining TNA business procedures: a Financial Policy Manual and Proposed Voting Procedures. Board members should review and file with their copies of the Bylaws.

Meeting adjourned at 8:55 p.m.

Submitted by Karen Larson TNA Secretary


2004 July 19th Board Minutes

MINUTES
FOR THE JULY 19TH 2004
MEETING OF THE
TANGLETOWN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION

Board Members in attendance: Karen Larson, Georgia Stephens, Catalina Chadbourn, Lynell Voigt, Norman Foster
Others present: Mayor R. T. Rybak, Rus Thomas, Paul Lehman, Randy Baker, Mary Ann Campo, Captain Chris Arneson and her assistant, Sam Sarat, and Steve Horton
1. The meeting was called to order at 7 pm.
2. Mary Ann Campo presented us with a variance request for 512 West 53rd St. Motion not to oppose; by Lynell Voigt; Seconded by Catalina Chadbourn; Passed unanimously;
3. Randy Baker presented his plans for137 West 46th for our attention and discussion.
4. Steve Horton announced his plans for a new Bakery, “Rustica” adjacent to Java Jacks at and Grand. Although outside of our neighborhood, he wanted to let us know about the new construction for a business near our boundaries.
5. Paul Lehman distributed the budget for the SW neighborhood’s franchise of “Getting To The Bottom of the Ballot”. He requested our consideration of a contribution to this voting initiative which takes place between August 2004 and May 2005. We will be discussing this at the next TNA meeting. He then touched on the update of the Corridor Housing Initiative, and requested 20 minutes for a more thorough presentation and discussion at our next meeting. This will be on the agenda for our August meeting.
6. Mayor Rybak:
a) Captain Chris Arneson will be the future leader of the 5th district. The Mayor introduced her and her assistant Dale. She gave us a brief history of her experience with the Police Department. She can be contacted at 612-673-5504.
b) The budget: We received a copy of the proposed budget.
c) After many attempts to reach a compromised solution to the reneged promises of the Airport Commission to provide affected houses with noise insulation, the city has decided to sue.
d) The Mayor has established a Committee for continued discussion of the Smoking Ban proposal in Minneapolis. The cooperation of surrounding communities is needed for a workable solution.
e) Water those trees!! 5,000 trees have been planted to replace the numerous elms lost to Dutch elm disease. It is our responsibility to keep them alive.
f) The Mayor then emphasized the importance of our participation in the Corridor Housing Program. It is our chance to directly influence how we want our neighborhood to grow.

7. Rus Thomas and NRP News:
a) August the 16th is the NRP neighborhood meeting in combination with our regularly scheduled TNA Board meeting.
b) We approved the request to reinstate Ed Wunsch as NRP Treasurer for another year. Moved by Catalina Chadbourn; Seconded by Georgia Stephens.
c) Rus will help the Board revise and make current our TNA By-Laws at a meeting to be schedules.
8. Sam Sarat requested $455 to help maintain the Water Tower landscaping. In the 1998 contract with the City water Department, it states that neighborhood volunteers will be responsible for this. NRP monies are not available for this phase of the project. We approved the request pending a review of the budget with our Treasurer to make sure the money is available.
9. Home Tour Update—Lynell Voigt
a) 5 houses have been selected.
b) Catalina moved and Lynell seconded a motion to charge $8 a ticket for the tour
10. The Fall Festival will take place on October 2nd, 2004. a committee is being formed to make the festival happen.
11. Catalina gave a report on further reaction to the cancellation of the 4th of July Parade.
12. The meeting was adjourned at 8:35 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,
Georgia Stephens

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