The Community Improvement Corporation of Washington Court House approved the February meeting minutes for public inspection during the regular meeting March 15.
The February meeting minutes indicate three motions were moved and carried.
Tony Anderson moved and Dale Lynch seconded a motion to close on the Leesburg Avenue property. The motion passed by unanimous voice vote.
Tony Anderson moved and Dan Dean seconded the motion for the Community Improvement Corporation to make a zero percent interest loan to Life Pregnancy Center for a four-year term with $10,000 payment per year. The purpose of the loan is the facilitation of the construction of a building. The motion passed by unanimous voice vote.
Whitney Gentry moved and Steve Jennings seconded a motion to accept the treasurer’s report as presented. The motion passed by unanimous voice vote.
Attending the meeting were Kim Bonnell, Whitney Gentry, Dale Lynch, Steve Jennings, Tony Anderson, Dan Dean, and Steve Luebbe.
There were no reports given from trustees, committees, the president or officers. No old or new business was reported in the meeting minutes.
The monthly board of trustees meeting was held Feb. 15 at the Center for Economic Opportunity in Washington C.H.
Meetings are open to the public and are held the third Wednesday of each month.
The Community Improvement Corporation of Washington Court House is a nonprofit corporation whose mission and goals, as filed to the Ohio Secretary of State, are to advance, encourage and promote the industrial, economic, commercial and civic development of Washington C.H. and Fayette County in whatever way and by such means as will improve the normal growth, assist in development of, and advance the industrial and commercial life of the community to stabilize the general economy of the area.
Ashley can be reached by telephone at (740) 313-0355 or on Twitter @ashbunton