Board Meeting Notes 2018-04-17

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Board Meeting Minutes
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Meeting Start: 7:06pm


  • Board Members
    • Jennie
    • Ed
    • Sam
    • Kathryn
    • Sky
  • Other Members
    • Jonny P
    • Eric W


  • Check talk page for board meeting notes, see if any discussion on the agenda took place
  • Consent Agenda
    • Hire someone to provide qualified but informal suggestions to bring the building up to code with the City of Chicago, spending up to $500, within six months of today.
  • Committee Reports
    • Bylaws group report by Kathryn B.
      • working through the notes transcribed from verbal conversations with the lawyer
      • doodle poll for next meeting
  • Read mail
  • Financial/membership report
  • Review the PayPal and banking transactions
  • Member leaving reason reports
  • Check RT queue
  • New business
    • CNC area host applications
  • Old business


Discussion on previous minutes

  • Previous meeting's minutes are approved

Committee Reports

Reports from Committees


  • deferred to next meeting

Financial Report

  • Chase Checking:
  • Chase Savings:
  • PEX:
  • PayPal:

Membership Report

  • Starving Hackers:
  • Full Members:
  • Total Members:
  • Quorum:

Review the PayPal and banking transactions

Member Leaving Reason Reports


New Business

    • CNC area hosts
      • Three applications
      • Separating different machines to different people
      • Z Bueno for lazer cutters
      • Henry P for shopbot and plasma cutter
      • Andy S for 3D printers

Old Business


Vote to split CNC area responsibilities and budgets into thirds, passes Vote to hire someone to inspect the building, passes

Board meeting adjourns at 8:10pm

--- Grievances from Ed for the record, and action

    • Tucker M intentionally triggering people with his actions, e.g. Tom and Ed through his clean up efforts, and violated tidy space policy
    • An "angry mob" at PS1 yelling after the vote on Tom, where someone was expressing death threats
      • communication of this needs to happen to the person with the threats