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      Elected Committee for Blind Managers Meeting

      Iowa Department for the Blind, 524 4th Street, Des Moines, Iowa, Director’s Conference Room

      The next meeting of the Elected Committee of Blind Managers will occur at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at the Iowa Department for the Blind, 524 Fourth Street, Des Moines, Iowa. The tentative agenda is as follows:
      1.  3:00  Call to Order
      2.  3:05  Approval of the May 9, 2017
         Meeting Minutes
      3. 3:10  Director’s Report
      4.   3:20  Inventories Update
      5. 3:30  Mitchellville Rest Area Update
      6. 3:40  Des Moines Vending Route Update
      7. 3:50  Victor Rest Area
      8. 4:00  Other
      9. 4:10  In consideration of holding a
            closed session to review or
            discuss records which are
            required or authorized by state
         or federal law to be kept
         confidential as a condition for
         that governmental body’s
         possession or continue receipt
         of Federal fund.
      10. 4:30  Committee Recommendations
      11. 4:35  Time and Place of Next Meeting
      12. 4:40  Adjourn
       

      Iowa Commission for the Blind Board Meeting

      Iowa Department for the Blind, 524 4th Street, Des Moines, Iowa, Director’s Conference Room

      The next commission board meeting is scheduled for Friday, May 12th at 9:00 am in the Director’s Conference Room at the Iowa Department for the Blind.

      Sandy Ryan, Chair
      Peggy Elliott, Member
      Joe Van Lent, Member

      Agenda:
      https://blind.iowa.gov/upload/idb-agenda

        

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