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These meeting minutes were from the June 7th, 2013 Heartland 2050 Steering Committee meeting.

These meeting minutes were from the June 7th, 2013 Heartland 2050 Steering Committee meeting.

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  • Steering Committee Kick-Off 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Thursday, June 7, 2013 Scott Conference Center 6450 Pine Street Omaha, Nebraska 68106 MEETING MINUTES Steering Committee Members See attached Steering Committee attendance identifying who was presen t/absent Staff Greg Youell, MAPA Jake Hansen. MAPA Sloan Dawson, MAPA Clint Sloss, MAPA Sarah Skarka, MAPA Katrina Lane, Waitt Co A. Welcome Greg Youell, MAPA Executive Director Mr. Youell welcomed committee members back for the third Steering Committee meeting, and introduced John Fregonese of Fregonese Associates. Mr. Fregonese’s firm has been procured to do the scenario planning analysis for Heartland 2050. B. Community Values Exercise- Scenario Planning John Fregonese, President- Fregonese Associates Mr. Fregonese outlined their plans to initiate the scenario planning in his project overview presentation; download presentation here. The modeling will be focused on the Fiscal Impact Models (FIT) that estimate and compare county and municipal revenues and costs from scenarios, and convey sustainability indicators of different options. C. Research Team Presentation: Transportation Barry Cleaveland, Iowa Transportation Commission Mr. Cleaveland provided data on Transportation in the region including average commute times, congestion rankings, and percentages who drive, carpool, or ride transit to work; download presentation here. Mr. Cleaveland noted a number of Planning Studies and Initiatives both underway and recently completed that this Steering Committee will be able to leverage moving forward later this year. D. Research Team Presentation: Utilities Tim Burke, VP of Customer Service & Public Affairs- OPPD Todd Foje, CEO- Great Plains Communications Doug Clark, MUD President Jake Hansen, Community & Economic Development Manager- MAPA Each member presented on their topic of expertise; Jake Hansen covered Sanitary Sewers; download presentation here. Some key takeaways include : o Broadband- inconsistent state policy hampers the region; NE provides local providers with assistance through State Universal Fund; good established transport network (backbone) 2222 Cuming Street Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 444-6866 www.heartland2050.org
  • Steering Committee Meeting 3: Evaluating Systems 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Friday, June 7, 2013 Scott Conference Center 6450 Pine Street Omaha, Nebraska 68106 MEETING MINUTES o Electric- few negatives; high generation capabilities for expansion; competitive prices compared to peer regions; high customer service o Water- again, rates are competitive; quality, source is greatest concern in rural areas; aging infrastructure issue regionally E. Research Team Presentation: Health Care Mikki Frost, Director, Community Benefits & Healthier Communities- Alegent Health Mike Cassling, CEO- CQuence Health Group Ms. Frost and Mike Cassling explained the region’s health care capacity and highlighted these takeaways; download presentation here: o There exists capacity (supply) to impact health outcomes; our larger opportunity is in affecting demand-side factors like Protective Interventions, making healthy decisions, and impacting socioeconomic factors. o Diabetes rates are a challenge, STD rates are a concern, and though heart disease and stroke rates have decreased in the last 10 years, significant proportions of adults still carry risk. o Further, increasing physical activity rates and reducing adult and childhood obesity rates represent opportunities to reduce risks of chronic disease. Chronic disease burdens our health system with higher care visits, readmissions, care, and costs. Those with higher numbers of chronic diseases are responsible for higher costs. o Drivers of Risk include Food Accessibility, Access and Barriers to Primary Care, and Health Insurance Coverage. o Spending is ballooning and challenges are converging, but overall takeaways were presented that outlined opportunities to consider. The next meeting is scheduled for Friday August 9, 2013 at the same place and time – Scott Conference Center @ 10:00AM. 2
  • Heartland 2050 Steering Committee June 7, 2013 Name Title/Organization Dr. Kenneth Bird Fr. Steven Boes Mary Ann Borgeson Dana Bradford David Brown Tim Burke Mike Cassling Dick Christie Barry Cleaveland Sandy Dodge Todd Foje Mikki Frost Lynn Grobe Tom Hanafan Frank Hayes Dave Johnson Doug Kindig Dan Kinney Ron Kohn Stuart Krejci Steve Kruger Clark Lauritzen Amy Lindsay Dave Lutton Bob McCarthy Bruce McCauley Othello Meadows Heath Mello Jim Peterson Carolina Quezada BJ Reed Dick Reiser Tom Richards Daniel Ritter Rita Sanders President & CEO, Avenue Scholars Foundation Executive Director, Boys Town, Nebraska Commissioner, Douglas County, Nebraska CEO, Waitt Corporation CEO, Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce Executive VP, Omaha Public Power District CEO, CQuence Health Group Executive Director, Metropolitan Omaha Education Consortium Commissioner, Iowa Transportation Commission CEO, NP Dodge Real Estate CEO, Great Plains Communications Director, Community Benefits & Healthier Communities, Alegent Health Systems Supervisor, Pottawattamie County, Iowa Mayor, City of Council Bluffs President, Hayes & Associates, L.L.C. Business Manager, Mid-American Energy Mayor, City of La Vista, Nebraska President, Iowa Western Community College Supervisor, Mills County, Iowa Senior Vice President, First National Bank of Wahoo Commissioner, Washington County, Nebraska President, First National Bank Wealth Management Board Member, Metropolitan Utilities District Commissioner, Saunders County, Nebraska President, McCarthy Construction Interim Director, 55th Civil Engineer Squadron, USAF - Offutt Air Force Base Executive Director, 75 North Revitalization, Inc. Senator, Metropolitan Community College Commissioner, Cass County, Nebraska Executive Director, Latino Center of the Midlands Dean, University of Nebraska at Omaha VP, Werner Trucking Commissioner, Sarpy County, Nebraska Student, Mayor’s Youth Leadership Commission Mayor, City of Bellevue, Nebraska Attendance? 1 Y N N Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N N Y Y Y Alternate
  • Heartland 2050 Steering Committee June 7, 2013 Name Title/Organization Clifford Scott Bob Smith Connie Spellman Jim Suttle Pete Tulipana Andrea Tullos Linda Washburn Michael Young CEO, Omaha Housing Authority Supervisor, Harrison County, Iowa Executive Director, Omaha by Design Mayor, City of Omaha, Nebraska Executive Director, Iowa West Foundation Colonel, Offutt Air Force Base - 55th Support Group Executive Director, Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce Chair, Metro Transit Attendance? 2 Y N Y N Y N Y N Alternate