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Board Meeting Minutes - March 22, 2018


  • Pam Merchanthouse, President (Friends Fellowship Community)
  • Dakota Collins (City of Richmond)
  • Lynn Knight, (Earlham College)
  • Jenie Lahmann (Morrisson-Reeves Library
  • Tim Love (Reid Hospital & Health Care Services)
  • Chris Mopps (Richmond Power and Light)
  • Rob Tidrow, (Richmond Community Schools)
  • Jane Holman (Executive Director, WayNet.org, Ex-Officio)


  • Beth Fields (Wayne County Government)
  • Richard Peterson (Porter Advertising, LLC)
  • Aubrey Blue, Secretary (Cope Environmental Center)

Call to Order:

The meeting was called to order by Vice President Pam Merchant House at approximately 12:03 PM in the Community Room of the Richmond Municipal Building. Dakota Collins welcomed the Board to the City Building.

Old Business

Approval of Minutes

Lynn Knight motional for the approval of the January 18, 2018 meeting minutes which was seconded by Tim Love and passed unanimously.

New Business

Balance Sheet Review

The Balance Sheet was reviewed. Jane Holman reported that her hardware had crashed and that she has to reinstall all of her software. Rob Tidrow motioned to approve the balance sheet as presented with a second by Tim Love. The motion passed unanimously.

Director's Report

Jane Holman shared the Director's Report. There was general assent from the Board to buy a new battery pack that was needed. Jane shared that vacancies still exist on the Board. It was suggested the Waynet be present at the All Aboard Event; Jane agreed to do research on the possibility and report back to the Executive Committee.


There being no further business, Rob Tidrow motioned to adjourn the meeting which was seconded by Jenie Lahmann and unanimously approved.

Respectfully submitted,

Dakota Collins, Secretary


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Did You Know?

Wilbur Wright, co-inventor of the airplane with his brother, Orville, attended school in Richmond, Indiana. His family moved to Dayton, Ohio in June of 1884 just before he would have received his diploma from Richmond High School. The diploma was awarded to him posthumously on April 16, 1994.