December 13, 2016 Minutes

West Calhoun Neighborhood Council

Meeting Minutes

December 13th, 2016

Meeting called to order at 6:08

Motion made and seconded to approve both Sept and Oct. meeting minutes. This motion passed with a unanimous voice vote.

CM update – Patty Day

  • Main update was the city budget.
  • Took dollars from LED to address youth violence. Will hire 15 more officers.
  • Body cameras are on all officers.
  • Lake and Dean left turn arrow – getting ready to turn it on


Accounting Update

  • Staff will connect with Mike Wilson regarding taxes.
  • There was discussion regarding hiring Megan from the Mobius Group to be the account for the WCNC.
  • The WCNC agreed to the terms presented by staff on behalf of the Mobius Group. There was a motion that was seconded and passed with a unanimous voice vote to agree to contract with the Mobius Group beginning Jan. 1, 2017.

CPP Application

  • There was a motion that was seconded to approve the 2017-2019 CPP Application. This motion passed with a unanimous voice vote.

New Website

  • The new site will be ready for preview at the Jan. meeting.

Safety Map

  • There was discussion regarding the Safety map. Richard has put dots on the intersections of concern.
  • There is a need for informational signage.
  • Is it possible to have a sign indicating caution – that you are entering a congested neighborhood?
  • There is interest in traffic calming – have better crosswalk markings to make peds feel safer crossing.
  • Need for directional traffic signs.

Coordinator Update

  • The Board is interested in partnering and working in collaboration with other neighborhoods on projects.
  • The Board is looking to schedule a neighborhood Happy Hour at a local restaurant to promote the WCNC and help residents connect.

Coordinator Contact

  • Staff and residents were excused from the meeting so the Board could discuss staff’s contract.
  • The WCNC would like to update staff’s contract.

New Business – none

Meeting adjourned at 7:40





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