May 202012
 

At their monthly meeting Monday evening, the Coliseum Square Association will revisit the perennial topic of whether leash laws should be enforced more aggressively in Coliseum Square.

Other topics include a presentation by UNO urban planning graduate students on making lower Magazine Street two-way and a visit from Dana Kaplan, a candidate for the vacant City Council District B seat.

For the complete agenda, see below (via email):

CSA Monthly Meeting
Monday, May 21st, 6:30pm
Bridge Lounge
1201 Magazine Street

The agenda for this month’s meeting includes a presentation by UNO urban planning graduate students on the impacts of the lower Magazine St. two-way proposal, an introduction to Dana Kaplan who is running for the vacant City Council District B seat, results from the successful and fun fountain fundraiser and a revisit of CSA stance on whether to advocate for law enforcement to aggressively enforce dog leash laws in Coliseum Square.

AGENDA
Roll Call
Standard Business
*Approval of April meeting minutes – postponed: will send out later
*Approval of Finance Report
Committee Reports
*Parks / fountain – Derek Brown
*Police / NONPAC – Jan Ferrell
*Zoning – Wayne Troyer
*Membership – Eddie Dennard
*Fundraising – Crawfish boil report – Jim McAlister
*Communications / president’s report – Robert Wolf
New Business
*Presentation: UNO graduate class Magazine Street two-way study
*Introduction: of Dana Kaplan running for Council District B
Old Business
*Unleashed dogs in Coliseum Square – NONPAC – Police Relations – law enforcement revisited

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