Parking lot cleanup underway at Oakley-Lindsay Center
1 month, 4 weeks ago by Paige Traeder
Semi-trailers being moved off of the lot
At Wednesday's Oakley-Lindsay Civic Center Board meeting, Executive Director Rob Ebbing reported the old semi trailers have been emptied and moved off the parking lot freeing up almost 20 parking spots. Stage sections are still taking up 7-8 spaces on the lot but they are looking at using some flatbed trailers to move them to the warehouse.
In other business, the concrete work is well underway to refinish and polish the floors in Kent and McClain Halls. Last month, all three of building's boilers went out, but Buildings & Grounds Chairman Tony Crane said Peter's Heating & Air is fixing them and 2 out of 3 are now working.
Also, OLC has implemented a new software for generating customer contacts, contract generation, and event management for customers. The new system will help to build a contact database and make it easier to access event information.
Sales for the 2013 Gems' Baseball season has also started. County Market has terminated its concession stand agreement and will not return for the 2013 season and OLC is currently exploring other options. Three different companies are bidding on the bus transportation for the upcoming season as well.