wa s brought to the floor to reduce their price. It was an d Control Center (SOCC) in Austin for a tour. This suggeste d that th e calendar s coul d be sol d at th e Allen facility has not yet been opene d to the general public. Field House. It was also suggested that members Th e SOCC is the hub, or supervisory center, for the could wor k at concessio n stands at Allen Field House entire LCRA power system. Power generation, trans- an d Memorial Stadium for additional ways to make mission, and da m operations are controlled from this money . facility. Th e SOC C is als o the home of the Emergency During the new business portion of the meeting, it Respons e Cooperative of Texas, where cities across wa s announced that the Lawrence area elementary Texa s share electrical distribution in case of a black- schools requested that chapter members return this out in any region of the state.—Phil Riba. year to presen t sever e weathe r awarenes s an d safety. Ther e are 21 elementar y schools; top priority will go to Greater Boston the schools where no presentations were made last Member s met on 22 February 1994 at Alde n Elec- year. tronics in Westborough, Massachusetts. Alden has Chapter members attended a Kansas City Blades serve d the weather industry by providing weather gam e on 29 January 1994. information communications equipment to govern- It was announced that Clinton Rockey will be the ment, military, airlines, private industry, and universi- new director and Bruce Reeves the new codirector of ties since 1946. the University of Kansas Severe Storm Intercept Member s received a tour of Alden's facilities and Project. Th e first informational meeting wa s held on 27 wer e welcomed by John Nuber, president of Alden January . Electronics. Included in the program were presenta- Member s were informed that dues will increase to tions and demonstrations on NEXRAD , live data from $10.0 0 a semester.—Roby n Weeks. available NWS WSR-88D sites; lightning data, real- time lightning data over the entire United States; ZFX, Central Texas Alden' s weathe r information by facsimile ; Alden' s data Chapter members met at the Austin Steak 'n Ale services an d weathe r display workstations ; an d Alden's Restaurant on 2 7 Januar y 1994. Joh n Patton, service satellite data display station. A question-and-answer hydrologist for south Texas, NWSFO, San Antonio, sessio n followed the program.—David A. Towle. • spok e on the 1991/92 floods and the El Nino-South- ern Oscillation (ENSO) pattern that caused them. He also discusse d th e dry pattern currentl y occurring over souther n Texas, despite the fact that the area is still experiencin g a war m ENSO pattern. Editor 's Note Member s met on 28 February 1994 at the Lower If your chapter has had an interesting speaker, Colorad o River Authority (LCRA) System Operations toured a facility, initiated an educational or commu- nity project or participated in a local science fair, please write a brief summary and submit the news to the Bulletin news editor. News should be typed, double spaced and should include writer's name and telephone number. The Bulletin deadline is on the In the meeting minutes from the Boston 15th of each month, two months prior to publication. chapter in the chapter news section of the Januar y issue (Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 75, If you are traveling to any U.S. city where an 130) it wa s incorrectly stated that "Scheduled active local chapter exists, please notify that chapter speaker s included Ware Lundsten from the contact person for a potential speaking engagement NWS O in Nashville, Tennessee, and Steve or presentation. Contact names can be found in the McGea r from the Concord, New Hampshire, 1993 Chapter Directory printed in the August forecast office." It should have said "Sched- Bulletin uled speakers included Weir Lundstedt from the Center Weather Service Unit in Nashua, Submit news and science fair results to Bulletin New Hamphire, and Steve Nogueira from the News Editor, H5 Beacon St., Boston, MA 01Z08~%93; Concord , New Hampshire forecast office." Th e e-mail, email@example.com. Bulletin staff regrets the error. 66 4 Vol. 75, No. 4, April 1994
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