Board Meeting Notes 2017-02-21

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Board Meeting Minutes
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Meeting Start:

Attendance

  • Board Members
    • Andrew Camardella
    • Ed Bennett
    • Jennie Plasterer
    • Carl Karsten
    • Ray Doeksen
  • Other Members
    • Jenny Tong
    • Allen Kapusta
    • Tom Judge

Agenda

  • Check talk page for board meeting notes, see if any discussion on the agenda took place
  • Consent Agenda
  • Committee Reports
  • Read mail
  • Financial/membership report
  • Review the PayPal and banking transactions
  • Member leaving reason reports
  • Check RT queue
  • New business
  • Old business

Minutes

Discussion on previous minutes

Consent Agenda

  • Previous Minutes

Committee Reports

Reports from Committees

Mail

  • We received loads of junk mail. Some things for Patrick of PRS to pick up; he has been notified.

Financial Report

  • Chase Checking: 35672.78
  • Chase Savings: 103978.17
  • PEX: 7447.55
  • PayPal: 5326.06

Membership Report

  • Starving Hackers: 303
  • Full Members: 134
  • Total Members: 437
  • Quorum: 45

Review the PayPal and banking transactions

Member Leaving Reason Reports

  • moving, procreation, new job
  • One person accidentally quit while attempting to change from full to starving hacker subscription -- Brian to sort out and partially refund for overlap of memberships

RT

  • 6196 - Ray requesting 1 point for laser authorizations, and for it to then be applied to his deficit - Jennie to grant
  • 6159 - Will requesting 1 point for analog game night - Jennie to grant
  • 6138 - Jesse requesting to redeem 1 point
  • 6072 - Jason requests to apply 1 point to February dues

New Business

  • CNC Area Host Applications
    • Ray to make flyer for Andrew to post for area host and also for authorizer position
  • Movie night issues, licensing etc
    • Tom claims that we do not have the licensing to play movies or hold public performances because we don't have permission from copyright holders
    • Jenny, who is having a series of documentary showings in the next several weeks, says that the films are public domain, have a creative commons license and statements have been released that public showings are fine.
    • Requested documentation, if possible.

Old Business

Votes