January 2 2017

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Business

  • Budget
    • Tracy discusses spreadsheet that details 2016 income and expenses and the proposed budgets for 2017.
    • Motion to approve the 2017 Base Budget pdf file.
      • @DECISION: The 2017 Base budget is approved.
  • Metalshop Access Policy
    • Proposed Policy
      • Use of the Metal Shop requires attendance in the area-specific safety class. Completion of the safety class will grant access to the area and use of the basic tools.
      • Advanced tools require demonstration of safe and correct operation to an approved authorizer, as listed on the Wiki, or attendance in an instructional class. These tools are: Welders, Plasma Cutter, Forge, Lathes, Manual Mill, and the Tormach CNC Mill.
    • Motion to approve the proposed policy
      • @DECISION: The metalshop access policy is approved.
  • Key Policy
    • New policy
      • Lost keys
      • A lost key must be reported immediately so that it can be deactivated.
        • If the key is found later, it can reactivated.
        • Replacement keys are $5.00 (First one is free).
      • You can bring your own key if it is compatible with the security system.
    • Getting a key
      • A key that grants 24/7 access to the MakeICT Makerspace can be obtained at the discretion of the Security Group by members who meet the following criteria:
      1. Participate in a New Member Orientation and be an active member in good standing with MakeICT and all of its programs.
        • [Pending policy from on-boarding that will delay newer members from getting a key the same day as orientation]. (This will not show up on the wiki until the on-boarding team makes their own proposal to the policy.)
      2. Become part of the community by meeting people and completing a Member Key Application.
        • This application includes 6 signatures:
          • 2 Board Members,
          • 2 Area Leads,
          • 2 Active Keyed Members.
        • Each signature must be unique and signify signers are comfortable with you having a key to the space.
        • Be prepared to be answer questions about yourself, you are going to make 6 friends with the signatures above.
        • These signers will be signing a sheet to give you a key to one of their homes, they will act like it.
        • Signers reserve the right to ask you to stay around longer before signing your key application.
        • Security Officers can not sign Member Key Applications.
      3. Contact the Security Group and present your Member Key Application to request a key (Easiest on a Maker Monday).
        • Security Officers will ask you questions to get acquainted with you, similar to when you get your signatures.
    • Motion to approve the new key policy
      • @DECISION: The new key policy is approved.


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