If the Redevelopment Authority ever gets enough of its members together to hold a meeting, it looks ready to make some changes.
Chairman John Crimmings, who served on the RDA for 20 years, was set to resign from the volunteer committee earlier this month. But not enough members showed up to hold an official meeting, and his resignation is now likely put off until the RDA's April 7 meeting.
Meanwhile, Mayor John Dickert appears ready to name a replacement. Doug Nicholson, owner of Ivanhoe Pub and Eatery on Main Street, has been asked to fill the vacancy.
Crimmings' appointment was schedule to end in 2012, so his replacement likely would finish out this term. Full appointments to the RDA, which is the technical owner of city property set aside for redevelopment, are for five years.
According to the city website, RDA terms for Alderman Jim Spangenberg and state Rep. Cory Mason are set to expire next month.
Other members of the seven-member RDA include: Scott Terry, Pete Karas, Robert Ledvina and David Lange.