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
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.
*Approval of April meeting minutes – postponed: will send out later
*Approval of Finance Report
*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
*Presentation: UNO graduate class Magazine Street two-way study
*Introduction: of Dana Kaplan running for Council District B
*Unleashed dogs in Coliseum Square – NONPAC – Police Relations – law enforcement revisited