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Chapter #: 02019
Chapter Name: Niagara Frontier
Reported By: Richard Stiegman
Officer Title: secretary
Defined Title:
City: Buffalo
State/Province: NY
Number In Attendance: 6
Meeting Date: 3/5/2020
Meeting Type: Business
Educational Program Subject: chapter business
Speaker Name: na
Company:
Minutes: Board Meeting Minutes, Niagara Frontier Chapter #02019, Buffalo NY 3/5/20 Meeting was called to order at 6:00PM at Upstate Systems. All officers were present except: Roy Keyes - AWR, Alex Pacific-AWR, Phil Miller-AWR, Tom Worczak - ABS, Bob Melody – ABS. Attendance – 6 REPORTS: SAFETY – Skip will discuss CO rules for detectors. TREASURER – Tom Schaefer CMS pass out hard copy of al the chapter accounts and explained the numbers. CORRESPONDENCE – NR CONST. & BYLAWS – NR PUBLIC RELATIONS – Jeopardy gamed held last month at NCCC went well. BUDGET & FINANCE – Tom reports chapter finances are stable as reflected in the treasurer’s report. EKA – Tom Schaefer CMS reports that EKA will host “Schematic Reading and Meter Usage” in Allentown PA March 28th. Tom provided a final version the flier. Discussion followed. GOOD & WELFARE – Tom Schaefer CMS reported on the sudden death of his brother today. Discussion followed. CM EXAM – Exams available through Tom Schaefer CMS. STUDY COURSE – NR CFC – Available through Tom Schaefer CMS can do testing for 608 certifications. SPEAKER CHAIRMAN – Dave Snyder will be with us in April on new refrigerants. Review compatible oils, possible issues to expect. For March, James Wacker will review blueprint reading for dummies. MEMBERSHIP – NR UNFINISHED BUSINESS – Rick Stiegman CM passed around a get-well card to sign for Roy Keyes. Rick will drop it in the mail. NEW BUSINESS – Tom and Skip worked on a tentative agenda. They provided a list of “Back to Basics” for review. Tom will check to see if Bob Julian could possibly cover 5 monthly meetings, and at what cost. GOOD of the CHAPTER – Tom Worczak reports that Habitat for Humanity is doing a project this spring. More information to follow. Rob Randall checking into places for the annual Board Dinner. Possible May9th opening at Chef’s. Other suggestions for May30th. MINUTES READ Motion to read minutes - motion to accept, second and carried. ADJOURNED Motion to adjourn - motion to accept was second and carried at 7:25pm. Respectfully Submitted, Rick Stiegman CM
 
 
 
 
 
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