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Board of Directors

Goal: To provide, in both words and deeds, the guidance and direction necessary to ensure that Community Main Street is a leader in the development of downtown Cedar Falls. 

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Ty Kimble President
Crystal Ford Secretary
LeaAnn Saul Past President 
Dan Lynch  Treasurer
Amy Mohr President-Elect
Audrey Dodd
Matt Dunning
Wynette Froehner
Clark Rickard
Stephanie Houk Sheetz
Julie Shimek
Brad Strouse
Pam Taylor
Tony Tomlyanovich
Dawn Wilson

Liaison Representatives 

Cary Darrah Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber
Kim Manning Cedar Falls Tourism Bureau
Craig Berte Cedar Falls Police Department
Carrie Eilderts Cedar Falls Historical Society
Kathryn Sogard College Hill Partnership
Jay Robinson Cedar Falls Public Library

Business Improvement Committee

Goal: To help existing downtown businesses and expanding and recruiting new ones to respond to today's market.  Help convert unused space into productive property and sharpen the competitiveness of business enterprises. 

Lexie Heath, Chair Lisa Rivera Skubal
Haley Andersen  Cally Reed
Barbara Brown Mark Kittrell
Gregg Humble Michele Smith
Kent Halder Ty Kimble
Danny Laudick Becca Eberhart


Design Committee

Goal: To develop a visually identifiable and marketable environment through historic building preservation/rehabilitation and streetscaping of the downtown district.

Julie Etheredge, Chair Sally Timmer
Audrey Dodd Julie Shimek
Dawn Wilson Andrew Bell
Dave Schachterle Daryl Andersen
Xianli Zeng Tom Nagle
Don Blau Karen Smith
Iris Lehmann Kara Shugar-Davis

Organization and Development Committee

Goal: To build consensus, cooperation and financial support among groups that have an important stake in the district by fostering a volunteer-driven program and organizational structure working toward the same goal(s). 

Catherine Mayfield, Chair Amy Mohr, Secretary
Phyllis Carter Cinde Haskins
Jim Miller Karen Oltman
Amber Munchoff Sarah Foster

Promotions Committee

Goal: To sell the image and promise of Main Street to all prospects.  By marketing the district's unique characteristics to shoppers, investors, new businesses, and visitors, an effective promotional strategy forges a positive image through advertising, retail promotional activity, special events and marketing campaigns carried out by local volunteers. 

Mike Reyhons, Chair Vicki Collum
Gretchen Behm Kristen Jegsen
LeaAnn Saul Jamie Wilson
Beth LaVelle  Kayla Toale
Ashley Ungs

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