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Patrol Shelving Troop 2886 Trailer
Agenda Overall way forward – Issues to avoid Priorities and Constraints – Old business – Trailer Fund: $1, – Trailer dimensions – Patrol method Equipment Dimensions Compartments – Wood – Aluminum Shelves – Wire – Aluminum Placement within trailer Voting
Concept for trailer 1.Start with patrol shelving reflective of patrol method of Scouting 2. Evaluate way ahead and proceed on plans for stowage of other equipment
Intentionally avoiding lengthy discussions of: Troop equipment Tables Chuck boxes Water tank Fire pit These (and other) are all discussions worth having; only trying to focus on patrol equipment storage and transport right now.
Old Business… Trailer - Jeff is looking into aluminum to keep shelving lightweight. Ray to contact Jim Young to observe T-2880 trailer (a positive example?). [No] Jeff - cost out plans; share by 11 June. 20 minute presentation/discussion 14 June. Present [committee] options/adjustments 15 June, with execution timeline
Trailer Fund Treasurer Alison - Reported funds in the account Troop Fund: $2, Scout Funds: $1, Trailer Fund: $1, Mulch Profits: $2, Sub Total: $4, Grand Total: $7, Trailer fund – Keep in trailer (& equipment?) Discussed % of mulch to Boys? Previous years had 100% to boys; Others = most to trailer; more recently, a split.
Priorities and Constraints Trailer dimensions tall
Priorities and Constraints Patrol Method Patrols should each maintain their own equipment and will if identical sets are assigned to each patrol - VS - Equipment is not identical and we regularly pull equipment from several sets to adequately outfit the unit for camping Plan: inventory and assign equipment; identify items to standardize and deliberately replace non-standard and broken items Option: store selected equipment (especially lanterns) together to allow easy access and access to multiple items and use non operational equipment for spare parts
Priorities and Constraints Equipment Dimensions Patrol Equipment Shelves must accommodate current Patrol Boxes (minimum 22 deep) Lanterns must store upright in case (minimum 12.9 tall) Propane Stalks (minimum 24 wide) Must accommodate overall equipment list