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-(Richard) Ban Thomas Hill from the common areas of the coop. Richard: has been a nuisance, e.g., insulting to Cynthia'​s community, writing inappropriate things on agendae, and was indignant when he was confronted. PI, CQ: Is he an Associate? No, a part of Tim's community. Burgess: He appears to be taking bites out of food and returning them to the pantry. Cynthia: "​They'​re just kids." **Accepted by consensus.** ​\\ +(Richard) Ban Thomas Hill from the common areas of the coop. Richard: ​He has been a nuisance, e.g., insulting to Cynthia'​s community, writing inappropriate things on agendae, and was indignant when he was confronted. PI, CQ: Is he an Associate? No, a part of Tim's community. Burgess: He appears to be taking bites out of food and returning them to the pantry. Cynthia: "​They'​re just kids." **Accepted by consensus.** ​
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-Hannah: Mark Reymond, who has been banned, has been on the property recently, and if she sees him again and is not on his way to someone'​s apartment she will re-explain this and ask him to leave, but ultimately may need to call the police. Please don't invite him into any Commons areas.+Hannah: Mark Reymond, who has been banned, has been on the property recently, and if she sees him again and he is not on his way to someone'​s apartment she will re-explain this and ask him to leave, but ultimately may need to call the police. Please don't invite him into any Commons areas.
  
  
-Marilyn: Announces a Civic Academy on Immigrant Justice, Sunday, May 31, 12:30-2 p.m., sponsored by the Equal Justice Center, Austin Interfaith, and the Congregational Church of Austin. This will be an action forum to learn what we can do about legalization efforts, dealing with immigration prisons, etc.+Marilyn: Announces a Civic Academy on Immigrant Justice, Sunday, May 31, 12:30-2 p.m., sponsored by the Equal Justice Center, Austin Interfaith, and the Congregational Church of Austin. This will be an action forum to learn what we can do about legalization efforts, dealing with immigration prisons, etc. Parking is free at the University Coop Garage at 23rd St and San Antonio; the forum is at 408 W 23rd St. Snacks from 12:15-12:30.
  
  
-Richard: Labor reports come up in 5 days, and missed labor will.+Richard: Labor reports come up in 5 days, and missed labor will convert to fines.
  
  
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-Corey: There will probably be a QuickBooks training with CHEA sometime at the end of June, early July.+Corey: There will probably be a QuickBooks training with CHEA sometime at the end of June, early July. There will be an election for a new CHEA board rep at the end of June, a replacement for Donny, who is resigning. Interested people should come to Board meetings, talk to Corey or Donny. Over the net five meetings the Boar will continue to refine the proposed CHEA administrative positions. 
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 +Hannah: Craft night Wed, 5/13/15, in the Commons. Bring your own craft or participate in one provided by Michelle and Hannah.
  
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