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Wednesday, June 19, 2019
2017 MCTA President Len Nelson of Valley Limo and Coach

St. Paul — On November 21, nearly 20 members and supporters of the Minnesota Chauffeured Transportation Association (MCTA) came out for an informative and jam-packed meeting.

Industry, local, and association matters were all on the docket for the day. Guest speakers included Jon Koznick, a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, who updated the association about both tax and transportation issues at the state Capitol, as well as Laura Roads from the Minnesota DOT.

As this was the last MCTA membership meeting of the year, the newly elected 2017 Board of Directors was formally announced during the gathering. The new board will comprise:

President: Len Nelson of Valley Limo and Coach
Vice President: Charlie Murray of Total Luxury Limo
Secretary/Treasurer: Gina Brennan of Corporate Car & Coach

Nearly 20 members and supporters attended the November 21 MCTA meeting The ever-growing association also recognized its newest members: Matt Loegering of 1st Class Transportation; Clyde McRae of Rath Transportation; Gus Ortis of Executive Transportation; and Mark Schaefer, the new owner of Cadillac Chauffeur, who will be continuing the company’s MCTA membership.

2016 MCTA President Murray provided an update on the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport, having attended its recent general transportation meeting. He let all in attendance know that the cost of acquiring an AVI tag will increase by two dollars, AVI lot parking will now require an on-file credit card, operators can set their billing preferences according to pre-selected limits, and other changes that will go into effect on January 1, 2017.

The next MCTA meeting will be January 20.

Visit mnlimo.org for more information.

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