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Communications Advisory Commission on February 1, 2021


6 p.m., Regular Session, via Zoom 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, public health and safety concerns require City of North Liberty public meetings to be held electronically, so as to limit the spread of the virus. The public is invited to submit questions and comments in advance of the meeting for consideration submitting them to the City Clerk Tracey Mulcahey via email at [email protected].

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  1. Call to Order
  2. Approval of the Agenda
  3. Approval of Minutes
  4. Public Comment
  5. Staff Report
  6. Great Neighborhoods and Neighborhood Ambassadors
  7. Old Business
  8. New Business
  9. Adjournment


  1. Call to Order

Commissioner Fields called the meeting to order at 6 p.m. commissioners Fields, Marsh, Wells, Bevins and Nicholls were in attendance. Also in attendance were Nick Bergus, Jillian Miller and Joel Miller.

  1. Approval of the Agenda

Wells moved and Bevins seconded. The motion passed with all in favor.

  1. Approval of Minutes

Bevins moved and Wells seconded. The motion passed with all in favor.

  1. Public Comment

No public comment offered.

  1. Staff Report

Bergus provided on overview on recent staff work including the continued pandemic. Bergus also mentioned organizing Beat the Bitter this year as a socially distant event. Talks about Blues and BBQ for the upcoming year are coming up considering the pandemic again.  With the increased snow, staff has put out several parking ordinances alerts and information. Commissioners asked questions about Beat the Bitter planning and the upcoming Blues and BBQ planning.

  1. Great Neighborhoods and Neighborhood Ambassadors

Bergus and Miller provided an update on the Neighborhood Ambassador program. Ambassadors had their first quarterly meeting on Jan. 21.  Meetings also occurred with neighborhoods with more than one ambassador to get to know one another. The ambassador webpage has been finalized. Staff has recently put out a printable guide to ambassadors outlining the goals and objectives of the program. Commissioners asked about language ambassadors and their usage. Miller mentioned that some neighborhoods still have vacancies for ambassadors.

  1. Old Business

There was none.

  1. New Business

Bergus discussed budget talks and the new requested position for the community center.

  1. Adjournment

The meeting was adjourned at 6:27 p.m.



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