Meeting time and location

December 8, 2015
6:00PM to 8:00PM
Ukrainian Event Center
301 Main St NE


  1. Call to Order

    1. Verification of Quorum
    2. Approval of Agenda
    3. Approval of  September 2015 Board Meeting Minutes (draft minutes here)
  2. Presentations

    1. Council Member Report – Council Member Jacob Frey
    2. DeLaSalle Island Garden Initiative presentation — Tim Lynch, DeLaSalle GREEN Team moderator
    3. Proposed New Wine Bar in the Fire barn next door to JL Beers —  Laura Boyd, Alcohol Compliance Services
  3. NIEBNA Administrative Matters

    1. Financial and Business Matters
      1. Treasurer Report (Lisa Hondros)
      2. Approval of Expense Payments
      3. Other Financial and Business Matters
    2. Other Matters
  4. NIEBNA Projects and Status Reports

    1. Report and Resolution (report text hereNIEBNA/NEBA letter here ) regarding police overtime patrols and reestablishment of the mid-watch beat patrol — Kevin Upton, Craig Beddow
    2. Superior Plating site remediation and construction Status Report (text here) — Jeffrey Meehan
    3. Possible application to Stewardship Grant project of the Minneapolis Watershed Management Organization (MWNO) to fund the cleanup of the Not-A-Lot on Nicollet Island  — Barry Clegg, Victor Grambsch
    4. Application for Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) funds — Barry Clegg, Victor Grambsch
    5. Possible conversion of Ortman St to one-way (from Bank St to Central Ave) — Victor Grambsch
  5. NIEBNA Committee Reports

    1. Technology (Michael Guncheon)
    2. Transportation (Dore Méad)
    3. Livability (Barry Clegg)
    4. Economic Development (Kevin Upton)
  6. Other Business and Announcements

  7. Adjourn

Agenda subject to change — order of items may be changed

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