Asheville Denver-Boulder The 124th regular meeting was held Tuesday, 10 Forty-five people attended the 14 November 1989 October 1989, in the Highsmith Center private dining meeting held at the NOA A building in Boulder. A stable location for the Boulder Cooperative Observer room on the University of North Carolina-Ashevilie site was the first item of business. The future NOAA campus. building at the National Institute for Science and Chapter contest manager Richard Heim announced Technology (NIST) campus would seem to be the the winners of the April and Ma y Raindrop (monthly logical choice, but the construction won't be com- precipitation total) contests and June and July Thun- pleted for at least three years. John Brown of NOAA's derbolt (number of days with thunderstorms) contests. The winners are Harold Crutcher (April), Andy Goss Forecast Systems Laboratory (FSL) volunteered to lead (May), Andy Goss (overall April-May), Harold the effort to find an interim site. The main part of the meeting, moderated by chapter vice president Brian Crutcher (June, July, and overall June-July). Heckman, focussed on Colorado winter storms. Win- Annual elections were held. The new officers are ter storms are the biggest challenges the Denver Jim Heimbach, president; Al Wallis,
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Published: Feb 1, 1990
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