Beach Downtown Business Improvement District
Board Agendas & Minutes
The Downtown Huntington Beach Business
Improvement District is a business organization, dedicated to enhancing the
downtown business environment by providing opportunities, service, information,
and encourages businesses to work together for their collective best interest.
It perpetuates the spirit, values and vision that a community must exercise in
order to achieve an exemplary life style.
HBDBID Board Of
Directors Meeting Minutes
Susie Smith, Bill Cuppy, Stephanie
Inbody, Tom Black, Aaron Pai, Connie Pedenko- Guests: Nova
Punongbayan & Jim Jones
Steve Daniel, excused, Tony Motakef, excused, Moe Kanoudi, excused,
Moe Memon, Lee Love
Open Meeting-Susie Smith @ 2:10
Downtown Maintenance Partnership
Concept Program, by Bill, Nova & Jim- Committee discussion on how to
meet the scope of work vs. income provided by the city. Committee
voted to proceed with the conceptual idea and move forward- Research
information on file
- Motion to
approve Bill, Susie 2nd, motion passed
RE: Approval of Minutes-11-18-08
- Motion to
Approve Stephanie, Bill 2nd, motion passed
Financial Report- Stephanie
Motion to approve November
financial report as presented, Susie, Aaron 2nd,
Motion to approve December
financial report as presented, Bill, Thomas 2nd,
motion passed. Financial reports on file.
RE: Old Business
Susie reported she was asked for possible candidates for the
Downtown Image Task Force, and Stephanie expressed desire to sit on
the task force, she will contact the Economic Development Department
Connie reported the BID Centennial project is coming along
nicely and getting
recognition. She also requested the
board members participate in the gift bag items.
RE: New Business
Connie reported to the Board the cost of updating the Surf
City Nights Pennants and the
cost to re-hang them. Motion to
approve Bill, Aaron 2nd, motion passed
Connie reminded the Board members about the Steetscape &
Public Amenities meeting,
and to submit comments via E-mail
prior to the meeting.
Connie reported that the March 26th Stakeholders
meeting/mixer has been solidified with Black Bull Chop House, from
Susie presented to the Board the possibility of changing the
meetings to the 3rd or 4th Thursday of the
month. Most agree they could do that, however a few with a conflict.
Final decision was not made at this point in time. However, The
March Board meeting will take place on Thursday March 19th.
Susie suggested the BID
change its logo due to the fact it looks like the SCN logo. After
committee discussion, it was decided that Stephanie would take on
the task to bring to the next board meeting some examples.
Helme BID Assessment request- Letter on file- Board action
was taken on whether to
cover cost of $300.00. Motion to
approve, Bill, 2nd Thomas.
Connie conveyed to the Board how thankful the CSP Youth
Shelters was with the
BID's assistance with the annual
Light A Light of Love event.
Susie reported a letter she received from Stanley Smalewitz
in regard to a suggested
Financial obligation the BID has to
the city for Surf City Nights-Susie responded via
correspondence, to date to response
back. Letters on file
RE: Non- Agenda Items
Susie presented to the Board the idea of renting the BID office
space at a very minimal
Monthly cost- Motion
to approve, Bill, 2nd Thomas.
RE: Adjournment 3:30- Next Board meeting February 17th,
at Ihop, 'subject to change'
Meeting Round Rules
*Respect each other's time: be on time
and stay for the entire meeting
conversations *State your position first then explain the point (agenda items)
*Help create a
nonjudgmental environment where ideas have value and creativity is encouraged
*Hold all non-agenda
items until the entire agenda has been addressed *Turn off cell phones
* The Bid President
will manage the discussion in order to achieve meetings goal