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Elected Committee of Blind Vendors (ECBV)

09/13/2022 12:30 PM - 09 /13/2022 03:00 PM

Teleconference, Madison, WI- 53703


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: William Curry
(608) 504-0317

Public may attend by:

Dialing Instructions
1. Dial the Access Number: 1-877-820-7831
2. Enter the Participant Passcode: 245795#

Meeting Agenda

Agenda Items and Schedule

Call to Order, Roll Call, and Introductions

ECBV Topics Discussion 

Approval of Minutes: ECBV July 2022 Meeting
BEP Financial Report 
Secretaries' position
Update on proposal for financial assistance to conferences
DOT Restarea charging stations

State Licensing Agency Department Update

Operators awarded DOC locations
New budget for this year
Update on fall meeting
An update on DOT rent, insurance, and the MOU for rest areas
DWD 60 timeline updates 
Operator insurance coverage/policy discussion

Public Comment 30 minutes 

Nominee Agency Report

Update on number of sites servicing
Telemetry provider and unit updates

Meeting Adjourn 

Future Meeting Date: November 8, 2022


Should you have any questions or issues with connecting to this scheduled meeting, please contact: William Curry (608) 504-0317 or by email at


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