Minutes of the Boston Amateur Radio Club Business Meeting
February 5, 2004
February 5, 2004 - Recorded by Hank
- Paul Olivieri, N1ZKR, President
- Blake Haskell, K1BTH, Vice
- Jim Clogher, N1ICN, Treasurer
- Hank Buccigross, K1QK, Acting
- Bob Salow, WA1IDA, Public Services
- Frank Murphy, N1DHW
- Joe Scully, K1SQT
- Joseph Harris, KB1IXK
The meeting started at approximately 18:45 hrs.
- The club will again purchase a
permit for the MIT Flea Market.
The 145.230 repeater antenna will be repaired as soon as
weather and personnel availability permit.
- Blake, K1BTH, will check with World Radio magazine to determine whether it is feasible to put our club listing
in their magazine.
- Potential dates and cost for the
EM-COM Level 1 course were discussed.
- For the immediate future, The
SPARC folding and mail
preparation will be done at the Cambridgeside Galleria food court. The
next folding date is February 11. Anyone willing to help with the
newsletter preparation should contact Paul, N1ZKR.
- Alternative sites for the
Business meeting were discussed but no conclusions were reached.
- Will the club sponsor a field day
this year? We need a volunteer to coordinate it.
- A club balance sheet format has
being created and standardized so that we will be better able to
understand our financial position at any given time.
- BARC has been invited to
participate in the Aviation/Transportation Expo at Logan Airport on April
15. We will make a decision on participation when we have more information
on the Expo attendees.
- More discussion was held on the
"think tank" meeting. Joe Scully K1SQT suggested a meeting
site at the Massachusetts Archive (near U-Mass Boston).
The meeting adjourned at 2040 hrs.
This is where the real business of BARC is conducted. If you have any suggestions,
questions or comments, this is where to bring them. All members are welcome (and
encouraged) to join us at this meeting.
The next Boston Amateur Radio Club business meeting will be held Thursday,
March 4th (1st Thursday of the month), 6:30 pm. We meet at the Parlin library
(410 Broadway) in
Everett. There is free parking across the street behind the post
office. The 110 bus from Wellington stops across the street