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Public Park at 500 Alton, Rooftop Movie Theater 1212 Lincoln 3/3/2020

Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Waverly Condominium, 1330 West Avenue
6:00 pm Meet & Greet
6:30 pm Meeting Called to Order

One of our largest audiences attended this meeting, about 110 people. Bebito’s Café served refreshments and the owner, Jason, handed out free coffee coupons.

Boat Mooring Field
Elizabeth Wheaton, city of Miami Beach Environment & Sustainability Director, explained that the city is conducting a feasibility study about establishing a Mooring Field for Biscayne Bay.
If approved, this has the potential to bring needed regulation to boats that are anchored in Biscayne Bay from the Sunset Harbor Marina extending south to MacArthur Causeway.

Currently, many boats are disposing of human waste directly into the Bay. However, a mooring filed requires boat and owner would register with an onsite dock master and pay a daily fee $25 which includes the use of a bathroom and mandatory septic service. Boats would tie up to a buoy that is attached to a permanent anchor screwed into the seafloor. This would reduce damage to protected Seagrass in the Bay.

The audience consensus was that a mooring field in Miami Beach was a sensible idea. Though, two boat owners who currently anchor in the Bay opposed the mooring field.

New Traffic Signal to Help Pedestrians, Called LPI
A program called “Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI)” has been programmed into several traffic signals within the West Avenue Neighborhood. By pushing the “Walk Button” at crosswalks, the “walk” signal will change 4-6 seconds prior to the traffic signal changing from red to green for the vehicles. This allows the pedestrians to get a 4-6 headstart into the crosswalk prior to the vehicles moving. The LPI programming has been installed at 8th, 10, 11th, 15th & Lincoln Road. The key point: You need to Push to the Walk Button to activate the LPI programming.

Road Raising at Lincoln Rd. Meeting at Gaythering March 4th, 6pm
About Lincoln Rd street-end project. All neighbors are invited. This is not a City presentation.. Pump infrastructure will be located in the middle of the street and it will be 116 ft long, 15 feet wide and 18 feet high.  This meeting does not address the full West Avenue project , focus is the west end of Lincoln Rd/Lincoln Court.

Results WAvNA Survey
Top 5 Concerns:
1.    That Airbnb Will Expand
2.    Over Development
3.    Pollution in the Bay
4.    Pedestrian/Bike Safety
5.    Code Compliance Complaints

Top 5 Volunteering
1.    Review Developer Plans
2.    Attending city meetings on neighborhood issues
3.    Attending planning meeting dealing with new 600 West Park
4.    Neighborhood walks with code compliance
5.    Neighborhood walks with Police Department

G.O. Bond
Alison Novack, from the city G.O. Bond Department, described how to use the city website to track the progress of the 57 citywide projects worth $439M. There is one project in our neighborhood, funded $15M and it has four components.

  • Baywalk at Bayview Terrace,1228 West Ave
  • Baywalk at South Bay Club, 800 West Ave
  • Baywalk at Bay Garden Manor, 1250 West Ave
  • Pedestrian bridge over 5th Street

New 3 Acre Public Park at 600 West Avenue
Presentation by Mr. Ford and his design team from Arquitectonica.The park breaks ground next month and will be completed earliest by the end of this year.There will be a fenced-in dog park, fitness equipment, open lawn area. There will be many large shade trees planted (not palm trees), and lots of bright lighting. A circular driveway will enable police to view the entire park. From our neighborhood, the bridge can be reached from a long ramp that crosses over West Ave or from a staircase. On the south of 5th side, there is an elevator.

Rooftop Entertainment at 1212 Lincoln
The developer is asking the city commission to up-zone our neighborhood to allow a movie theater serving alcohol on the rooftop of the parking garage. A lively discussion took place, many members expressing their strong opposition to this type of venue in our neighborhood.

Many questions from residents went unanswered: size of screen, maximum occupancy, hours of operation, size of venue, other activities in addition to movie? Audience comments: this venue belongs in the MXE district; belongs at Lincoln Rd Eatery since that space already has a license for rooftop bar and entertainment; it is premature to commit the floor of the parking garage before the retail of that building is even rented; we are already dealing with outdoor noise from 1111 garage from their 7 special permit per year; other establishments like 1111 garage would most likely want to activate their garage with an outdoor bar every night of the week.

A rooftop movie theater and bar requires up-zoning. This will be voted on by commissioners at Land Use & Sustainability meeting on March 17th, 8:30 am, 3rd floor city hall.

Mooring Field 2/11/2020

There was a public meeting sponsored by the city on February 11, 2020, to discuss the feasibility of establishing a Mooring Field for Biscayne Bay.

If approved, this has the potential to bring needed regulation to boats that are anchored in Biscayne Bay from the Sunset Harbor Marina extending south to MacArthur Causeway.

Currently, per state law, the city of Miami Beach has no authority to regulate any of the boats anchored in the Bay. Over the past few years, the Bay has been taken over by long term boats anchored in the Bay, some remaining permanently in the Bay. Many of these boats have no sanitation facilities on board and dispose of their waste in the Bay. Under Florida state law, if a Mooring Field is established that meets specific state requirements, then the state may authorize local jurisdictions to gain some regulatory compliance over the boats in Biscayne Bay. Addressing sanitary and environmental issues would be a key goal along with setting time periods to be anchored in a defined area which would improve many environmental concerns.

Facilities for the Mooring Field may be established near the public docks at Maurice Gibb Memorial Park in Sunset Harbor.  

About 60 residents attended, including the consulting company performing the feasibility study, city staff, and Commissioner Ricky Arriola who is at the forefront of the mooring field proposal.

The audience consensus was that the current “anything goes” situation needs to change. The audience complained about loud music, dogs barking, human waste pollution, derelict boats, boats docked illegally to the seawall, boaters trespassing on condominium private property. A mooring field would require that each boat and owner be registered with an onsite dock master, pay a daily fee which includes the use of a bathroom and laundry facilities, and mandatory septic service. All vessels and owners would be required to follow a set of rules that would be established.
Boats would tie up to a buoy that is attached to a permanent anchor screwed into the seafloor. This would reduce damage to protected Seagrass in the Bay. Boats would be evenly spaced and lined up neatly. Mooring location would begin at section 1 next to Gibb Park with capability up to 150 boats. It could expand to 3 additional sections extending all the way to MacArthur Causeway. The project timetable is approximately three years once approval is given from the City Commission.

The residents attending were generally in favor of a mooring field because boats would then be required to follow a set of rules. In addition, many in the audience stated they want the city to immediately tow away problem boats.

There will be additional public meetings to discuss the mooring field proposal and WAvNA will post those meeting dates in future newsletters.

6th Annual WAvNA Walk, Lincoln Rd Street-End 1/7/2020

Tuesday, Jan 7, 2020
4:30pm, Outside

The Annual West Avenue Neighborhood Walk has been so successful throughout the years that now the crowd is larger than our sidewalks can handle. So, this year we opted to have a stationary “Walk” with the Bay and sunset as our background. WAvNA provided refreshments and the city provided chairs & tables, and organized the event.

A special thanks to Kevin Pulido, Community Resource Coordinator for the City of Miami Beach for putting the event together.

Thomas Mooney, Planning Director – Flamingo Pointe proposes a new development on the vacant lot on the northernmost end of their property (north of the North Tower), which is zoned RM-2. By code, they can build up to 170 ft tall. Their application and design plans will appear at The Design Review Board. 

South Sector Police Captain Marlen Rivero and Neighborhood Resource Officer Deborah Martineau – Noted that petty crimes typically jump over the holidays (such as package theft from vehicles), but was down in our neighborhood year-over-year. Advised commonsense precautions such as not leaving packages/valuables open/visible in vehicles, etc. The police department presented Gayle Durham, with an award acknowledging her contributions.

Sabrina, CIP Manager overseeing the West Avenue Renovation Project Phase II – The project will be performed in sections of 4 blocks and each section will be fully completed from underground to over ground within 6 months. The above-ground generator and electric box will be located in the median of Lincoln Road. The project was to break ground Dec 2019, but there is a delay in receiving permits from DERM for the storm drains. Also, there is a delay in the fabrication of the panel for the pedestrian bridge ramp railing and unfortunately there is no known date for this project’s completion.

Elizabeth Wheaton, Sustainability Director – The city is proposing to create a boat mooring station in Sunset Harbour and extending south along the West Avenue neighborhood. Currently, the City has no control over mooring in the bay. With a virtual mooring station overlaid onto the Bay, the City would be able to exercise control and restrictions over moored vessels in the Bay.

Manny, Code Compliance Director – Code can only record a valid illegal Airbnb violation if they have one of these, 1) a rental contract, 2) an advertisement showing the unit is for rent, 3) a signed affidavit from the renter. The person making the complaint may assist in obtaining the first two items if possible.

In buildings where short-term rentals are legal by zoning/code, lessors are still required to have a tax certificate which Code Compliance can enforcement.

(Wavna notes: Code Compliance will only pursue a short-term violation if the property is within a zone that prohibits short term rental. in the West Ave neighborhood zone RM-1 prohibits short term mrental. Otherwise, other zones wanting to stop STR must do so via their condo docs.)

 Commissioner Mark Samuelian – Thanked WAvNA for their hard work to improve the West Avenue corridor.

County Commissioner Eileen Higgins, Phase II Landscaping, Expand Parking Zone 12, Commission Candidates 10/1/2019

Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019
6:00pm Refreshments, 6:30pm Call to Order
1330 West Ave, Waverly Condominium

  1. Miami-Dade County Commissioner Eileen Higgins
    a. Transportation – A committee is reorganizing all bus routes throughout the county, including Miami Beach, to create smart routes which will greatly benefit passengers.
    b. Biscayne Bay – The Bay is being polluted throughout the county and Miami Beach is just a small contribution to that pollution. Beginning this year, for the first time, there will be an extensive study and testing. Example, DNA testing for human poop vs dog poop vs iguana poop. There is no way of telling if the new powerful pump stations are contributing to Bay pollution the same amount or increased amount because there was no previous testing, no benchmark.
    c. Sign up for newsletter by our county commissioner, Eileen Higgins. Include neighborhood association news, legislative updates, upcoming events, and more!
  2. Landscaping West Avenue Renovation Project Phase II
    a. Sabrina Baglieri, Heather Leslie, and a team from Ric-Man Construction presented the design for landscaping & trees. Large posters were displayed showing the type of trees and vegetation and their locations.
    b. Construction will take place in sections of 3 blocks at a time. Each section will take 4 months to complete.
    c. Each building impacted by the street raising must sign off on the harmonization plan before construction begins on a section.
    d. Groundbreaking is this December taking place simultaneously at two locations – West Ave & 8th Street, and Lincoln Road & Lincoln Court.
  3. Residential Parking Permits, Expanding Parking Spaces for Parking Zone #12
    a. Membership voted unanimously to expand permits to surface parking lot next to the West Ave post office, known as lot P24
    b. This metered public parking lot is still open to the public, but with the passing of a resolution, residents with parking permits can park here at designated evening hours for free
    c. Mayor Gelber will sponsor the Resolution at the October 16th Commission meeting.
  4. Introducing Candidates for Commission:
    • Kristen Rosen-Gonzalez, Group 4
    • Blake Young, Group 6
    • Commissioner Ricky Arriola, Group 5
    • Stephen Cohen, Group 5
    • Johnathan Welsh, Group 5
    • Steven Meiner, Group 4
  5. Meeting Adjourned 7:40PM

Captain Pfrogner, State Rep Grieco, MBU 6/4/2019

Tuesday, June 4, 2019
1330 West Ave, Waverly Condominium
6:00pm Meet & Greet
6:30pm Call to Order

  1. Introduced new south sector police officer, Captain Mimi Pfrogner. Besides the 2 violet incidents that were spontaneous nothing the police could prevent (car jacking and man beaten in alley) doesn’t appear to be a lot of crime in our neighborhood. Captain Pfroger’s cell phone number is 305.710.2318, Office 305.673.7776 ext 5032.
  2. State Representative, Michael Grieco, explains ordinances passed in Tallahassee during the past session, along with his insightful personal experience as a first term representative. Greico greatest accomplishment was passing legislation to postpone for 5 years retrofitting fire sprinkler systems in existing condo buildings. State wide this saves condo owners billions of dollars.
  3. WAvNA advocates for our neighborhood, but Miami Beach United (MBU) advocates for residents city-wide. Q&A with MBU board member Scott Needles. MBU’s most important accomplishment was passing the city ordinance called “citizens right ot know”. Now, any resident can register to receive automatic notices about any zoning change taking place in their neighborhood, or any notice citywide depending how you configure your options. Subscribe to MBU newsletter here, Everyone is invited to the MBU party at The Standard, June 13th, 6-8pm, $15, bites and drinks
  4. Introducing Candidate for Commission, Raquel Pacheco. Raquel lives in the Flamingo Park district, is a business owner (a translation company). She was a National Guard for six years, is a single mom with a child attending South Pointe Elementary school. And Raquel is an avid environmentalist.
  5. Introducing Candidate for Commission, David Richardson. David lives in the Flamingo Park district, is a business owner (an accounting firm). As our State Representative for six years, David has gained important experience and knowledge.
  6. Code Compliance officers answers questions about illegal short term rentals and dog poo left on sidewalks.
  7. Get involved! Join a neighborhood committee. To join or ask questions please contact Wavna at a. Streetscape Committee – Do you love trees? Do you ride a bike? This committee will follow the West Ave renovation project over the next 2 ½ years, meet with the landscape architect, ensure beautiful landscaping and outreach when problem arise. b. Safety Committee – The focus will be on pedestrian & bike safety, traffic safety, correcting dangerous crosswalks, clean sidewalks, traffic signals, street lighting, dog trash. c. Friends of Gateway Park – Be a founding member of a new important asset in our community, the 600 block public park. Focus is safety, landscaping, programming activities. Follow the process through construction and after the park is completed to work with developer and the city.
  8. Meeting Adjourned 8:10pm

WoW Feedback, Award to West Bay Plaza 4/2/2019

WAvNA 4/2/19 6:30pm, 1330 West Ave, Waverly Condominium

  1. Call to order: 6:32pm
  2. Welcome:
    • Adrian from Mayor’s office
    • Commissioner Gongora’s Aide, Diana
    • Officer Deborah Martineau
    • Candidate for commission Michael Barrineau
    • Commissioner Malokoff’s aide, Gloria
    • New officer, Seargant Phil Pulaski.
    • Commissioner Samuelian’s aide, Elias
  3. MBPD Announcements
    • Current captain David De La Espriella
      1. Recognized Martineau
      2. Recognized WAvNA for community leadership
      3. Is being rotated to North Beach sector. (WAvNA will miss him)
      4. Introducing Phil Pulaski (retired from NYPD – chief of detectives), will now take over for South Beach
      5. Spring break: Challenging year, but over, and now in the interim before Memorial Day (traffic patterns, etc)
    • Phil Pulaski intro remarks: Focusing on service
    • Questions
      1. Attack behind “new hotel alleyway” – what happened? Unknown, no suspects, investigation ongoing
      2. Question about MBPD reachout – “anti-tourism” campaign; actual arrest stats don’t indicate students are the problem
      3. Offer to provide space for police cameras at 17th & West
      4. Bike thefts at 14th St. – Report it to the police regardless of how “small” it might seem
  4. Recognition awards:
    • West Bay Plaza (West & 17th): Litter cleanup. (Notes that City ord mandates litter cleanup by buildings for own property up to the asphalt, including sidewalk/public ROW)
  5. Updates
    • CitBike expansion: Flamingo expanded, 16th & Bay future expansion, new station around Trader Joe’s, Belle Island park, Waverly possible expansion
    • More garbage cans; loss of can at 16th and Bay because used for household garbage
    • Bike box at 17th and West – bike lane expanded at the front of intersections for cyclist safety; crosswalk on west side of that intersection will begin installation Thursday
    • West Ave pedestrian bridge: Final approval granted, installation May 9 – June 10, pedestrian ramps June 11-July 23.
    • Questions?
      • Flashing pedestrian signal 9th & West.
  6. West of West (WOW) discussion (Alan from Capri): See detailed attachment
  7. Flamingo Point Apartments, update
    • Open “public square” concept (October)
    • New rideshare entrance to alleviate traffic problems (July)
    • Restaurant/coffeehouse (open to public, closes by 11pm)
  8. South Shore Hospital implosion is Sunday morning4/14/19 8am. Open house Thursday 4.4.2019 6pm Mondrian Hotel.
  9. Fishing on seawall and baywalk – neighborhood meeting coming up regarding this.
  10. Questions from audience
    • Street project info? Presentation May 2 at Mondrian – see WAvNA for more info
    • Next WAvNA meeting June 4

Survey, Fishing, Crosswalk, WoW, Entertainment 2/5/2019

Feb 5, 2019, 6:00pm Meet & Greet, 6:30pm Meeting
1330 West Ave, The Waverly

PDF, printable

I. Call to order: 6:37pm

II. Officials Attending:

a. Police representative
b. County Commissioner Eileen Higgins, who announced Bay cleanup taskforce
c. Commissioner Arriola aide, Eric (Arriola himself showed later)
d. Commissioner Joy Malakoff
e. State Representative Grieco aide

III. Recognition

a. Meeting sponsor, Pure Pharmacy, supplied refreshments and B12 shots
b. Certificate of appreciation for Sandy Martinez: Most valued city employee

IV. Fishing Ordinance

a. Discussion at Neighborhood Committee: 2/6, 9am
b. There is no City ordinance to control fishing

V. Pedestrian Safety Advocated by WAvNA

a. Crosswalk at 17th Street Needed

i. Sunset & Belle Island HOA and WAvNA cooperating to work with City

b. Crosswalk signs needed at 14 & West Avenue
c. Temporary protected sidewalk built by Trader Joe’s

VI. Run with Ricky will present WoW proposal Sunday, March 10, 2019, 10:00am

VII. Pump stations – Commissioner Gongora sponsors ordinance to prevent pollution

VIII. Neighborhood Survey

a. Cannabis Dispensaries

i. Commissioner votes 2/13/2019 to separate dispensaries by distance (how far?)
ii. 1523 Alton open, 1439 Alton will open soon, 1428 requests waiver to open
iii. 65% approve distance restriction
iv. State law: You have to treat dispensaries the same as pharmacies – so a distance limit would then apply to pharmacies (existing pharmacies grandfathered in? Not sure but we will find out.)

b. Trolley service

i. Seat comfort: Same
ii. Wait time: Worse. Guarantee wait was 20 minutes now it’s 35 minutes

c. Ambient music ordinance

i. Currently prohibited: live music/DJs/live performances
ii. Commissioner John Aleman sponsoring ordinace to allow it
iii. Unanimous rejection by those in attendance

d. West Avenue renovation – Turn lanes/medians

i. Construction will break ground this summer
ii. Commission voted to create a center turn lane that will allow vehicles to park in the middle of the street

IX. WoW (West of West) Proposed Zoning Change
a. Developer Todd Glaser will present at next commission meeting 2/13/2019

X. Mondrian entertainment license (CUP) – Voice your frustration about noise by attending the Planning Committee, March 26, 2019

XI. 40 Year certification then every 10 yrs another certification required– Expenses often higher than anticipated, please be prepared, engage with your condo association

XII. Discussion
a. Question about suite-hotels in RM1 and RM2 zoning

XIII. Adjourned 7:25pm

G.O. Bond, State Rep Candidates 6/5/2018

June 5, 2018, 6:30pm to 8pm
1330 West Ave, The Waverly

  • Announcements
  1.  Eleven (11) new garabage cans and 3 doggie bag dispensers placed between 5th to 17th Street
  2. Bernie advised that the best way to catch illegal short term rental (STR) is when they leave, NOT when they arrive. More likely then to throw owner under the bus
  • G.O. Bond by City of Miami Beach CFO, John Woodruff, and Commissioner Mark Samuelian
  1. Property tax bill increases $100 for every $100,000 assessed value of your home, i.e. $300 increase on a $300,000 home.
  2. The G.O. Bond has the added benefit in that it will leverage grant money
  3. Eleven (11) person citizen oversight committee choosen to recommend which projects makes the list. No members from our neighborhood, most live in midbeach.
  4. City already has a rainy day fund for hurricane cleanup and repairs
  5. Frank DelVecchio recommends the G.O. Bond referendum be postponed until 2019 special election
  • State Rep Candidates District 113 – Michael Grieco, Kubs Lalchandani, Deede Weithorn





Ped Bridge Survey, Commissioner Gongora 3/6/2018

March 6, 2018, 6:30pm to 7:55pm
1330 West Ave, The Waverly

  • Based on complaints about speeding cars on West Avenue, Captain Della explained that speed monitoring equipment detects the threshold to determine if a “speed trap” is warranted. The trigger is if over 15% of the cars travel over 5MPH over the speed limit and that has not been the case.  The city has recently taken several measures to substantially beefed up police protection.


  • Results of pedestrian bridge survey – Total 157 votes cast

Option 1 (X shape) 41 votes, 26%
Option 2 (V shaped) 9 votes, 5.8%
Option 3 (curve) 36 votes, 23%
Option 4 (artistic) 71 votes, 45%


  • Updates from city hall by Commissioner Michael Gongora

Appeal against 3,000 SF super LED sign above Dunkin Donuts – City working behind the scenes for a settlement agreement. Wavna membership unanimously opposed the sign.

State law to over ride city’s short term rental – the law is now stalled because all the focus is on gun laws. Lawmakers session ends March 9th so it might be postponed until next session which would be a good thing.

A garage with workforce housing at 1623 West Ave was killed at the Commissioner retreat. Decided that there are more appropriate places. Currently such a facility is approved on Collins near 10th Street.

1691 West Ave Trader Joe super mural (which is a painted mural not a sign) was basically approved by teh Design Review Board.

1409 Lincoln Rd Gaythering Hotel received approval from Design Review Board for a spa pool, but operating hours are restricted from 9am to 9pm.

Commissioner Gongora sponsored three ordinances, 1) to prohibit leaf blowers from 8pm to 8am, was 8pm to 7am, 2) to create city agendas with more clarity, 3) to sue the State to enable the city to impose strict gun laws.

Commissioner Gongora is hosting a Condo rules seminar March 14 at 5:30pm at the Collins Park Library on 23rd Street

Traffic lights – West Ave and Dade Blvd will be operational this week. Dade Blvd and Purdy will take 6 weeks.

Majority in attendance do not like the new trolleys because  the lead times are long and seats are uncomfortable. The city made improvements: longer leather straps, luggage cart, tweaking routes to make lead times faster. However, the city just began a 3 year lease so the trolleys cannot be replaced until after the contract ends. The audience asked why rent a whole fleet fo trolleys instead of sending out one trolley to test?

Abuse of handicap tags is causing lose of street parking spaces for residential parking permit holders. In general, the audience complained about lack of available parking spaces, especially near 15th Street.

Crime Prevention, Commissioner Samuelian 2/6/2018

West Ave Neighborhood Assoc. (WAvNA)
Tuesday, Feb 6, 2018, 6:30pm
1330 West Ave, The Waverly

* Neighborhood Updates by Shawn – dozens of additional garbage cans placed in our neighborhood is making a profound difference in keeping our streets clean. Meetings with the city have resulted in an improved design of the pedestrian bridge which will include lighting and landscaping.

* Miami Beach Crime Prevention and Awareness Group is a grassroots group helping to fight crime in Miami Beach. Led by John Deutzman, Michael Defillipo, and Jeff Feldman, they encourage everyone to get involved by joining their facebook page (must be invited as a facebook member so first contact wavna so we can invite you, The  Crime Prevention Group also suggests: all property owners install bright lighting on their property that also lights up the sidewalk, install “no trespassing signs on property”.  Police Chief Dan Oates stated signs posted on private property are important because it empowers police to engage that person and if that person is homeless to find that person shelter. Signs available by contacting South Beach Neighborhood Resource Officer

* Commissioner Mark Samuelian with city hall updates:

  • The commissioner sponsored an ordinance to protect the public against dishonest Ocean Drive restaurants that rip off customers.
  • The Rockefeller Foundation (the Red Team) is compiling a report for the city to evaluate the city’s resiliency plan thus far. The report will influence the West Ave Renovation project.
  • Although the pumps are filtering out large debris, the commissioner recommends the city investigate filtering all pollution as the city of Key West is proposing.
  • GO Bond may be on this November referendum. The commissioner stated the bond can benefit our neighborhood and suggested funds to complete the Baywalk.
  • The commissioner stated there is a possibility to add adult exercise gym or exercise programs. Anyone interested should sign the petition by contacting Wavna member Sandy Otero
  • The commission voted to pause any development of the surface parking lot located at 1632 West Ave. The commissioner reiterated that workforce housing should not be located here if the neighborhood opposes it.
  • Newly designed bus stops – there are two concepts and about 54% of the  membership selected concept #1, 46% concept #2.

Meeting Adjourned 7:50pm