January 2022 Business Meeting Minutes – Draft

Meeting Minutes
Libertarian Party of Brevard
Meeting held on 1/8/2022
Cape Royal Professional Business Center
1980 N Atlantic Ave Second Floor, Cocoa Beach

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  1. Call to Order
    The annual business meeting of the Libertarian Party of Brevard County, Fl. was called to order at approximately 1:00 PM by Chair – Brian Fleming
  2. Present:
    Executive Committee: Brian Fleming –Chair, Mari Peele -Vice-Chair, Greg Peele – Treasurer, Rick Heffelfinger –Secretary, Nathan Slusher -Director-At-Large
    Voting Members: Robert Klimkowski, Thai Heller, and Jennifer Keyser
    Determination of Quorum (75% of Executive Committee or 25% of all voting members)
    o Quorum was met
  3. Approval and Adoption of Agenda
    o Motion to approve the agenda passed with two objections (Heffelfinger and Keyser)..
  4. Approval of the Minutes
    o Motion to approve the minutes from the December 13, 2021 Business Meeting passed with two objections (Heffelfinger and Keyser).
  5. Old Business:
    State convention planning
    o 25 thru 27 February 2022.
    o Will be looking for volunteers.
    o LPF convention committee is looking at 7 possible guest speakers.
    o Brian has placed his name in for Convention chair and region rep for next year
    KBB check has been sent. Follow-up required to determine why it has not been cashed.
  6. First Call for Open Nominations for Executive Committee Positions
    Chair – Nathan Slusher self nominated for Chair.
    Vice Chair – Rick Hefffelfinger nominated Mari Peele.
    Treasurer – Rick Hefffelfinger nominated Greg Peele.
    Secretary – Nathan Slusher nominated Rob Klimkowski. Rob Klimkowski did not accept the nomination. Thai Heller self nominated.
    Director At Large – Nathan Slusher nominated Thai Heller. Thai Heller did not accept the nomination. Rick Hefffelfinger nominated Rob Klimkowski.
  7. Officer Reports
    Director At Large Report – Nathan Slusher
    o Facebook report for the year: Started with 255 at beginning of the year. Currently have 1259 followers on Facebook. Meeting attendance and posting minutes has built the following.
    o Growth has also occurred due to Gala and July 4th Parade.
    Secretary Report – Rick Heffelfinger
    o 9 eligible voters (5 EC, Rob, Thai, George, and Jennifer). 8 present at meeting (George absent).
    o Campaign Support Committee will need a motion from new EC if desires to continue it. YTD, no volunteers have come forward.
    o Mailchimp currently has 690 in audience. Annual/Convention meeting campaign was sent out with approximately a 25% opening rate.
    Treasurer Report – Greg Peele
    o Draft of the Audit and Financial statement has been completed. Due on March 31st. This will need to be submitted to the state affiliate as part of reaffiliate process.
    o For the year, LPBC started with approximately $1200 and ended with $6672.08 in contributions. The Treasurer believes this is a record for any LPF affiliate.
    o Spent $4106.16 for the year.
    o Net operating income $2568.92
    o Full report is avaible on the Gdrive.
    o Actions still needing completion: Facebook advertising and credit card reader.
    Vice Chair – Mari Peele
    o Year began with redo of the web site: donation page, events calendar, Agenda and minutes posts, reading list, membership form, and Gala forms.
    o Voter disk analysis ongoing: LP up 85 voters for the year. Republicans have lost 2179 and Democrats 5426 voters for the year. Independents have gained 1,477 and NPAs 3178.
    Chair – Brian Flemming
    o Accomplishments for the year: Gala, Constitution and Bylaws revised, banking sorted, all info moved under one Gmail account, adopted a park, started process to look at using USPO mail contact system.
  8. Rules Report
  • Constitution and Bylaws were updated on March 17, 2021via motion 2021-01. They are available via the website under the “about” tab. Editable copies are also maintained in the affiliate Gdrive for future review/revision.
  • Standing Rules were created on June 14, 2021via motion 2021-05. They are available in the affiliate Gdrive for future review/revision.
  1. Final Call for Nominations
  • None
  1. Election of Officers
    Motions to approve each of the nominees were made and seconded. All motions passed.
    The 2022 Libertarian Party of Brevard County Executive Committee is:
    Nathan Slusher, Chair
    Mari Peele, Vice Chair
    Greg Peele, Treasurer
    Thai Heller, Secretary
    Rob Klimkowski, Director At Large
  2. Executive Committee Meeting to Certify Officer Slate
    o N/A
  3. New Business – Floor Motions – Constitution
    o None
  4. New Business – Floor Motions – Bylaws
    o None
  5. New Business – Floor Motions – Standing Rules
    o None
  6. Final Announcements
    o Need to think about volunteers and a table for LPF convention
  7. Concluding Remarks
    o None
  8. Notice & Announcement
    o Next Social – Park Cleanup
  • Saturday February 26th at TBD
  • Rotary Park at Suntree
    6495 US-1
    Rockledge, FL 32955
    https://www.brevardfl.gov/ParksAndRecreation/ParksByCity/ParksInRockledge/Rotary
    o The next monthly meeting will be:
  • Monday February 21st at 6:30 pm
  • Cape Royal Professional Business Center
    1980 N Atlantic Ave 2nd floor
    Cocoa Beach, Fl 32931
  1. Adjournment
    o Meeting adjourned at 1:36 PM by Chair – Brian Fleming
    Minutes prepared by: Rick Heffelfinger

December 2021 Business Meeting Minutes – Approved

Meeting Minutes
Libertarian Party of Brevard
Meeting held on 12/13/2021
Cape Royal Professional Business Center
1980 N Atlantic Ave Second Floor, Cocoa Beach

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  1. Call to Order
    The regular business meeting of the Libertarian Party of Brevard County, Fl. was called to order at approximately 6:40 PM by Chair – Brian Fleming
  2. Present:
    Executive Committee: Brian Fleming –Chair, Mari Peele -Vice-Chair, Greg Peele – Treasurer, Rick Heffelfinger –Secretary, Nathan Slusher -Director-At-Large
    Voting Members: Robert Klimkowski, George Lebovitz
    Determination of Quorum (75% of Executive Committee or 25% of all voting members)
    o Quorum was met
  3. Approval and Adoption of Agenda
    o Motion to approve the agenda passed unanimously.
  4. Approval of the Minutes
    o Motion to approve the minutes from the November 15, 2021 Business Meeting passed unanimously.
  5. Officer Reports
    Director At Large Report – Nathan Slusher
    o Attended Brevard County Meeting on November 7th. Planning to attend Titusville meeting on the 14th. Currently have 1255 followers on Facebook. Brevard motion to pay for county employee concealed carry permits failed to pass due to anticipated increase in insurance costs to the county.
    Secretary Report – Rick Heffelfinger
    o 8 eligible voters (5 EC, Rob, George, and Thai). 7 present at meeting.
    o Updated Annual/Convention meeting announcement on the web to include uploading the EC reviewed agenda. Created Beach cleanup event announcement on the web. Thank you letter for the Gala went out. November meeting announcement campaign was sent out to 676 recipients of which 169 (25%) opened.
    Treasurer Report – Greg Peele
    o Financials:
    o Total donations for last month: $1113.92
    o Total donations year-to-date $6647.08
    o Total Current Monthly Pledges: $258.98
    o Expenditures last month $89.33
    o Expenditures to date $4101.95
    o $2545.13 in the black for the year
    o Total balance of all accounts: $3826.99
    o 2021 4th Quarter Treasurer Report due January 10, 2022
    o #launchliberty Twitter account that started in March. Up to 83 followers.
    o Goals for next month: Facebook advertising, card reader, review of Constitution and any Brevard Charter Ballot initiatives, and restart attending City of Cocoa meetings
    Vice Chair – Mari Peele
    o Worked with Chair on Gala Thank You Letter and Facebook post.
    o December voter disk analyzed: LP up 3 voters past month. LP up 85 voters for the year. Republicans have lost 2179 and Democrats 5426 voters for the year. Independents have gained 1,477 and NPAs 3178. Need to reach out to Independents and NPAs next year. County as a whole is down 2800 voters.
    o Future activities: Extract any new voter emails for Mailchimp from the voter disk, Prepare motions for annual, follow up on BCFR audit.
    Chair – Brian Flemming
    o SOE disk request must be renewed every January.
  6. Unfinished Business:
    State convention planning
    o 25 thru 27 February 2022.
    o LPF convention committee is looking at 7 possible guest speakers.
    o Brevard needs to starting thinking about tables.
    LPBC convention planning.
    o Distillery has been contacted to give green light for Friday 7th social. Guest speakers will be in attendance. Food will be available. Venue requests a two drink minimum.
  7. New Business
    ? Motion 2021-15: Annual Business Meeting Lunch Payment
    Mover: Brian Fleming
    Motion: I move to authorize expending up to $500 for the lunch for the annual business meeting.
    Motion was seconded by Nathan. Motion passed unanimously.
  8. Notice & Announcement
    o Next Social
  • Friday January 7th at 5:30 pm
  • Oceanside Distillery Cape Canaveral.
  • 240 W Central Blvd
    Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
    o The next monthly meeting will be the annual/convention:
  • Saturday January 8th at 12:45 pm
  • Cape Royal Professional Business Center
    1980 N Atlantic Ave 2nd floor
    Cocoa Beach, Fl 32931
    o Beach Cleanup Social planned
  • Saturday January 8th at 8:00 am
  • Lori Wilson Park

9 Adjournment
o Meeting adjourned at 7:41 PM by Chair – Brian Fleming
Minutes prepared by: Rick Heffelfinger

November 2021 Business Meeting Minutes – Approved

Meeting Minutes
Libertarian Party of Brevard
Meeting held on 11/15/2021
Cape Royal Professional Business Center
1980 N Atlantic Ave Second Floor, Cocoa Beach

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  1. Call to Order
    The regular business meeting of the Libertarian Party of Brevard County, Fl. was called to order at approximately 6:54 PM by Chair – Brian Fleming
  2. Present:
    Executive Committee: Brian Fleming –Chair, Mari Peele -Vice-Chair, Greg Peele – Treasurer, Rick Heffelfinger –Secretary, Nathan Slusher -Director-At-Large
    Voting Members: Robert Klimkowski, Thai Heiler
    Visitor:, Jennifer Keyser, Vincent Corrado.
    Determination of Quorum (75% of Executive Committee or 25% of all voting members)
    o Quorum was met
  3. Approval and Adoption of Agenda
    o Motion to approve the agenda passed unanimously.
  4. Approval of the Minutes
    o Motion to approve the minutes from the October 18, 2021 Business Meeting and October 25, 2021 Special Meeting passed unanimously.
  5. Officer Reports
    Director At Large Report – Nathan Slusher
    o Has been reaching out for candidates but to no avail.

Secretary Report – Rick Heffelfinger
o 8 eligible voters (5 EC, Rob, George, and Thai). 7 present at meeting.
o Request for campaign volunteers was placed on Facebook. No responses to date.

Treasurer Report – Greg Peele
o Financials:
o Total donations for last month: $2036.36
o Total Current Monthly Pledges: $283.98
o CY2021 to date: $5533.16
o Expenditures last month $1850.46
o Expenditures to date $4012.62
o $1500 in the black for the year
o Total balance of all accounts: $3,002.18 (not including $715 check from Osceola and $274.78 of uncleared checks)
o Gala income: $3275.62
o Gala Expenses: $3294.95
o Net Loss: $29.23
o 2021 4th Quarter Treasurer Report due January 10, 2022
o #launchliberty Twitter account that started in March. Up to 79 followers.

Vice Chair – Mari Peele
o Gala web link has been removed from web page.
o Photographs are anticipated next week.

Chair – Brian Flemming
o Gala after action items:

  • Planning start 6 months out
  • Make it an official committee. Create in January.
  • Establish timeline by February.
  • Establish Facebook advertising
  • More auction item promotion
  • Auction Item request for donation letters early. Have items at least one month prior to event.
  • Stick to the timeline (someone to tag team with MC)
  • Clarify food vs. Hors d’oeuvres
  • Book venue earlier
  • Determine sponsor/vendor well ahead of time
  • Set RSVP deadline prior to catering deadline
  • Future discussion – weekday vs. weekend.
  • Missed opportunity- list for candidates not available, candidate forms/petitions
  • Name tags/lanyards
  • Obtain list of free event advertising
  • Follow up with attendees who expressed an interest in volunteering.
    o Marcos Marreno has resigned from Regions 9 and convention committee. Brian Stevens will move from Vice of convention committee and assume the chair position.
    o Brian Fleming will assume the position of region 9 rep until next elections.

6. Unfinished Business:
State convention planning
o 25 thru 27 February 2022.
o LPF convention committee selected the LPBC Brevard site, Holiday Inn on Wickham, as the venue for the State convention.
LPBC convention planning.
o Current planning is to have it at Cape Royal 2nd floor.
o The convention will occur on Saturday, January 8, 2022
o There will be a Friday social. Location to be determined.
o There will be a Motion next month for catering after beach cleanup.

7. Notice & Announcement
o The next monthly meeting will be:

  • Monday December 13th at 6:30pm
  • Cape Royal Professional Business Center
    1980 N Atlantic Ave 2nd floor
    Cocoa Beach, Fl 32931
    o No future Social planned

8. Adjournment
o Meeting adjourned at 8:46 PM (or thereabouts) by Chair – Brian Fleming
Minutes prepared by: Rick Heffelfinger

October 2021 Special Meeting Minutes – Approved

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Special Meeting Minutes
Libertarian Party of Brevard
Meeting held on 10/25/2021
Playalinda Brewing Company
5220 S Washington Ave
Titusville, FL 32780 United

  1. Call to Order
    The Special meeting of the Libertarian Party of Brevard County, Fl. was called to order at approximately 5:35 PM by Chair – Brian Fleming
  2. Roll Call
    Present:
    Executive Committee: Brian Fleming –Chair, Mari Peele -Vice-Chair, Greg Peele – Treasurer, Rick Heffelfinger –Secretary, Nathan Slusher -Director-At-Large
    Voting Members: Thai Heiler, Rob Klimkowski
  3. Determination of Quorum (75% of Executive Committee or 25% of all voting members)
    Quorum was met
  4. Approval and Adoption of Agenda
    Motion to approve the agenda passed unanimously.
  5. Unfinished Business:

Motion 2021-14: Liberty Gala Catering Final Payment

Mover: Greg Peele
Motion: I move to authorize expending up to the original contractual amount of $1,176.46 for the second installment of the contract with Taste Catering LLC, to be negotiated downward prior to payment to the extent practical by Director Slusher based on the guest count provided to Taste Catering.
Motion was seconded by Nathan.

After discussion the motion was put to a vote by Brian Fleming. Motion passed unanimously.

  1. Adjournment
  • Meeting adjourned at 5:50 PM (or thereabouts) by Chair – Brian Fleming
    Minutes prepared by: Rick Heffelfinger

October 2021 Business Meeting Minutes – Approved

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Meeting Minutes
Libertarian Party of Brevard
Meeting held on 10/18/2021
Cape Royal Professional Business Center
1980 N Atlantic Ave Second Floor, Cocoa Beach

  1. Call to Order
    The regular business meeting of the Libertarian Party of Brevard County, Fl. was called to order at approximately 6:54 PM by Chair – Brian Fleming
  2. Roll Call
    Present:
    Executive Committee: Brian Fleming –Chair, Mari Peele -Vice-Chair, Greg Peele – Treasurer, Rick Heffelfinger –Secretary, Nathan Slusher -Director-At-Large
    Voting Members: Robert Klimkowski, Thai Heiler
    Visitor:, George Lebovitz, Jennifer Keyser, Ron Treharne, John Olivadoti, and Fritz Neumann.
  3. Determination of Quorum (75% of Executive Committee or 25% of all voting members)
    o Quorum was met
  4. Approval and Adoption of Agenda
    o Motion to approve the agenda passed unanimously.
  5. Approval of the Minutes
    o Motion to approve the minutes from the September 20, 2021 Business Meeting and September 27, 2021 Special Meeting passed unanimously.
  6. Officer Reports
    Director At Large Report – Nathan Slusher
    o Working Gala planning and organizing.
    o Facebook numbers: 1239 followers. 1600 engagements this month. Last month was right around 1200.Reached over 7500 people.
    o Went to Brevard BOCC meeting. They passed a motion to move forward with irrigation ordinance advertising. Went to Titusville meeting. Posed question “Is Floride discharge effecting the lagoon?” Asked that the water be sampled. Mayor agreed that the effect should be looked at. City manager reported that they can’t sample because it is state waters. Mayor will check with Marine counsel (part of the SOIRL) to see if they can help. One of the Brevard environmentalists may also be able to test. Mayor will report at the next meeting.

Secretary Report – Rick Heffelfinger
o 7 eligible voters present at meeting (5 EC, Rob, and Thai). 309 registered in our Mail chimp database.
o Added email service Sendinblue to begin sending to NPAs in Titusville and D4.
o To date, 1st Gala announce (Mailchimp) campaign, 2nd Gala follow-up/reminder (Mailchimp) campaign, D2 call for candidate (Mailchimp) campaign, Meeting email (Mailchimp) campaign, NPAs in D4 (Sendinblue) campaign, and NPAs in Titusville (Sendinblue) campaign.
o Event posted on web page for our 2022 LPBC Convention. Agenda is still in process.
o Meetup group will expire soon.Reached out to Larry Gough to find out status.
o Web page “volunteer tab/form” has been modified by Mari in anticipation of making requests for people to get involved, particularly with upcoming campaigns next year.
o Attended BOCC meeting.

Vice Chair – Mari Peele
o Up-to-date on verifying LPF emails. Making a list to add to email list.
o Working through NPA email verification. So far 1500 have been verified out of just over 10,000.
o Continue to support Gala. Sample Tickets and Sample letter have been produced and are were on-hand and passed around at this meeting for consideration. Special tickets for Candidate/Speakers will be made that identify guest as no money was paid to prevent them having to declare as campaign expense.
Treasurer Report – Greg Peele
o Big thanks to all donors. Q3 report was a record for donations collected for LPBC.
o Financials:
o Total donations for last month: $1377.38
o Total Current Monthly Pledges: $283.98
o Approved budget: $4,637.80
o Expenditures last month $ 2,155.12
o Total balance of all accounts: $2,548.54
o Stripe account has been zeroed. Two accounts active – PNC & Paypal
o Detailed budget spreadsheet has been created showing all authorized expenditures, authorization, and time limit if applicable.
o 2021 3rd Quarter Treasurer Report submitted on time and accepted.
o 2021 4th Quarter Treasurer Report due January 10, 2022
o #launchliberty Twitter account that started in March. Up to 73 followers.
o MeWe posting has been resumed.
o Continue working to get Facebook approval for purchasing ads.

Chair – Brian Flemming
o Motion was before the LPF to fund the Gala for $500. The motion failed.
o LPF convention committee proposed the LPBC Brevard site, Holiday Inn on Wickham, as the venue for the State convention. There is also a site in Orlando being proposed. Decision to follow soon.
o Possible LPF Christmas party in Broward.
o Researching USPS service for sending out political mail.
o KBB park selection. All EC members have submitted three parks they would like for consideration. Decision should come in November.
o LPBC 2022 Convention/Annual meeting Agenda is up for review. Targeting November for release of Agenda to membership.
o New Task list items:

  1. Create a Prioritized spend plan (on paper, hammered out). Think short term and long term.
  2. Communication Plan (message, target audience, and strategy to reach them). Think short term and long term.
  3. Unfinished Business:
    State convention planning
    o 25 thru 27 February 2022.
    o See notes under Chair report.
    LPBC convention planning.
    o Current planning is to have it at Cape Royal 2nd floor.
    o The convention will occur on Saturday, January 8, 2022
    o Chairman called for ideas from the attendees.
  • Dunk Tank
  • Kissing booth
  • Barbeque on the beach before
  • Beach cleanup before
  • Friday mixer
  • Donation in-kind Keg for Saturday
  • 10th Amendment Center guest speaker
    o Chair called for additional ideas via email of LPBC chat.

November Golden Liberty Gala event Planning.
o Shai Salter, Event Specialist with the zoo, will be present during the entire event to help with AV.
o Mark Goulab will make an attempt to attend but will not be providing AV support as originally considered. He has offered to help in the event we still need him.
o Call for Auction items
o Possible deal to be made with local gun manufactures, Golf courses, Mom and Pop restaurants.
o Libertarian “swag” basket
o Libertarian “Constitution basket”
o Jennifer volunteered to help put together baskets
o AV system has an HDMI input to display pictures/videos what ever.
o Jennifer reported that Spike Cohen has agreed to do 15 to 20 minutes of call in during the event. She call also coordinate advertising for the evnt via bootleg Libertarian pod casting.
o Volunteers needed to work event

  • Parking lot supervisor
  • Ticket taker
    o Zoom meeting with all speakers/event volunteers will be conducted before to ensure all understand time line and expectations.
    o Marco Murrero will be MC for the evening
    o The second catering payment motion will occur at a special meeting just prior to payment due date.
    o Gala cost analysis was presented by Treasure.
  • A/V support has been cut
  • Souvenirs have been cut
  • Musician (violinist) has been booked but will depend on tickets sale to move forward ($200). Play list will be used in the event Musician is too expensive.
  • Still require tablecloths (appr. $200) with current table count
  • Signage will still be necessary
  • Required spending is Appr. $300
  • Current tickets sold is 28
  • 58 tickets total required to break even on Gala expenses
    o J Mark at LPF has been contacted about acquiring some LPF mailchimp contacts.

o

  1. New business
    Motion 2021-12: Create a LPBC Campaign Support Committee (Special)
    Mover: Rick Heffelfinger
    Motion: I move we create a special Campaign Support Committee (IAW the LPBC Constitution, ARTICLE V: PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE, SECTION VI) and request via Facebook, Twitter, Email, and our web page for volunteers for a committee Chairperson and members. The Secretary will be the acting committee Chairperson until a volunteer for the position is found. After a Chairperson comes forward, the Secretary will continue to be a member of the committee and act as a liaison to the EC.

Motion 2021-12 Backgound

The Secretary will seek volunteers with existing campaign skills such as campaign Finance, Management, Marketing, PR, Data and IT, Volunteer Coordination, Graphics, Fundraising, etc. as well as anyone with an interest in learning about campaigning or just wants to work on one.
The committee’s purpose will be to help all Brevard LP candidates with campaign PLANNING, SETTING GOALS, PRE- ANNOUNCEMENT, LAUNCH EVENT, GROUND GAME, MEDIA, and FUNDRAISING (as identified in the LP Candidate- Workbook-010919 by Cara Schulz).
The Campaign Support Committee Chair will report to the EC at monthly meetings.

Discussion: Nathan pointed out that, via the Constitution, the DAL is responsible for overseeing all candidate requests. Nathan was assured that the purpose of the committee was not intended to take his job but would be a collection of people willing to help work campaigns.

Disposition: Seconded by Greg Peele and passed unanimously.

Motion 2021_13: Authorize a budget of up to $16 per month for email validation
Mover: Mari Peele
Motion: I move to authorize a budget of up to $16 per month for email validation. This motion is valid for October, November, and December of 2021 for a maximum liability of $48.
Motion 2021_13 Background
Our current email verification service, ZeroBounce, has a minimum purchase increment of $16 for 2000 credits at $0.008 per credit. As of 10/16/2021 we have 15 credits left on our account and credits do not expire.
All LPF emails have been validated, including new emails from the September voter disk.
The remaining emails totals are detailed below.
October’s budget would cover the remainder of the original test categories with some credits left over. IF all credits were used toward NPA emails, they would be 59% validated by the end of the year.
This motion does not require us to spend all or any of the money or to spend it on NPA emails specifically. It only gives us the option to do so. LPF emails have been and will be a priority over NPA emails.

Emails remaining to be validated from D4 and Titusville (NPA)
Titusville
266
D4
1,474
Total
1,740

NPA emails left to verify from the rest of Brevard
D1 (minus Titusville)
814
D2
1880
D3
2191
D4
2224
D5
2034
Total
8,443
Grand Total of unverified NPA emails
10,183
Projected cost for validating all NPA emails
$81.47

After much discussion, the Chair recommends to amend the motion. The motion was amended to:
Motion 2021_13: Authorize a budget of $100 for email validation
Mover: Mari Peele
Motion: I move to authorize a budget of up to $100 for email validation.

Disposition: Amended motion was Seconded by Nathan and passed unanimously.
Disposition: Amended motion passed unanimously.

  1. Notice & Announcement
    o The next monthly meeting will be:
  • Monday November 15th at 6:30pm
  • Cape Royal Professional Business Center
    1980 N Atlantic Ave 2nd floor
    Cocoa Beach, Fl 32931
    o No future Social planned
  1. LP/LPF News
    o Fritz reported that the Florida Rank Choice Voting organization (Non Partisan) is having call in training this week.
  2. Summary/Action Item List
    o KBB park decision
    o Create a Prioritized spend plan (on paper, hammered out). Think short term and long term.
    o Communication Plan (message, target audience, and strategy to reach them). Think short term and long term.
  3. Adjournment
    o Meeting adjourned at 8:50 PM (or thereabouts) by Chair – Brian Fleming
    Minutes prepared by: Rick Heffelfinger