December 1, 2008 minutes
LPARC Minutes 2008-12-01
   --- President David N2RDT called the meeting to order in the Burrell Fire Station at 7:34 PM
   --- Attendees: Charlie AB6VS, Vic AE6ID, George AE6KE, Alex K8ARK, Cap KE6AFE, Burt KG6MBA, Bill KG6VMX, Kathi KI6POY, Ann KI6OGJ, David N2RDT, and Marc W6ZZZ

Treasurer’s Report
   --- Balance of $780.39, gift received of $50.00, phone bill expense of $27.89, repeater repair of $268.04 for remote base controller
   --- Motion passed to make 2009 dues the same as 2008, $25 for an individual membership and $30 for a family membership

LPARC Business
   --- Previous minutes accepted as read
   --- We had some hands-on training for linking and unlinking the AB6VS/AE6KE repeaters for nets and emergencies
   --- The next meeting of LPARC is Monday, January 5th

ARES Business
   --- LPARC will be net control for the 4th Tuesday of the month Santa Cruz County ARES net (this is a weekly county-wide net), Kathi KI6POY has volunteered
   --- MAC training (mutual aid communicator) happens the first Saturday of most every month; see the Santa Clara County web page for a schedule at
   --- There is a Santa Clara County “Quick Trainer & Field Resource Guide for the Emergency Communicator” at
   --- Santa Clara County training on Jan 10 at 9 AM on Net Control at the County Sheriff’s Office, see the LPARC web site for links
   --- On-line there is the ICS-100 training class from FEMA (see, also ICS-200, 700 and 800

AB6VS LPARC Repeater Equipment Report
   --- Charlie AB6VS reports that the batteries are fully charged
   --- No report from the Repeater Committee consisting of Austin AB6VU, David N2RDT and George AE6KE

AE6KE ARES Repeater Equipment Report
   --- Nothing to report

Net Control for the local Loma Prieta net every Tuesday at 7:15 PM
--- 12/02   Alex K8ARK            --- 12/09   Charlie AB6VS
--- 12/16   Bill KG6MBX            --- 12/23   George AE6KE
--- 12/30   Alex K8ARK

The meeting was adjourned at 9:00 PM.

   - Submitted by Marc W6ZZZ, LPARC Secretary
   - Loma Prieta Amateur Radio Club   ( )
   - Serving the Los Gatos Mountains community with emphasis on emergency preparedness and response