Steering Committee Meeting Minutes, Monday, July 31, 2019 6:00p-7:30p
Louisville Free Public Main Library Board Room
Reading and approval of the minutes
Minutes read and approved unanimously
Addition of new steering committee members
Bret moved to add Ryane Puckett, Angela Graham, and Kyle Miller to the Steering Committee. Chris seconded. Approved unanimously.
Reports of Officers, Boards, Standing Committees
Reports of Special Committees
Discussion of renters’ rights app
App still in development. Ben Carter from KEJC willing to give more help as needed.
Angela interested in working on project with Bret and Loren.
Discussion of teacher exchange app
Robert has been in contact with a couple of people who are actively involved in the Kentucky Education Association who are interested in working on this project with us. He is going to follow up with them to figure out next steps.
Discussion of work with Center for Health Equity
Robert and Angela discussed prior work and some future work that CFK/RStats might be able to help with.
Discussion of KentuckianaWorks project
Bret spoke with Brian Luerman from KentuckianaWorks about KW’s project idea. It’s evolved a little, but seems like something CFK can help with. Bret asked Brian to come to our next event to pitch the idea.
Discussion of adopt-a-drain project
Bret met with several people from MSD/LOJIC and found out that not only were they interested in the idea of an adopt-a-drain app, they had built their own and run a pilot program. MSD legal had some concerns that shut the project down. Ryane is going to reach out to her councilwoman to discuss, and Kyle is going to look into the issue as well.
No Special Orders
Unfinished Business and General Orders
No unfinished business
Insider Louisville is shutting down. The committee discussed how we may be able to help preserve an online archive of the important work IL has done. Ryane and Bret are going to reach out to the COO to offer assistance.
The committee discussed the upcoming brigade congress.
Robert has collected a lot of voting data, and there was a discussion about hosting this data for public consumption.