Rob Ebbing, executive director of the OLC, said the staff was working to schedule events every weekend over the next three to six months.
Officials hope the upcoming Quincy Gems season plays out better than the rain-plagued 2010 season.
"Hopefully the weather will cooperate and allow people to want to come out," Ebbing
"The main part is getting out there right now and pre-selling all our sponsorships so we can afford to pull the season off."
The authority also received an update on a number of building issues, including electrical issues that have tripped breakers in the building multiple times since heavy fall rains.
said a 3-inch electrical pipe located in the south entrance area landscaping had to be replaced since water was seeping into the pipe.
Breakers in the building also need to be replaced.
The authority's insurance company is receiving information to see if it will be covered under its policy.
"I'm trying to get estimates put together and then present all of that to them," Ebbing
The staff also is fighting amplifier issues in the main halls.
The two amps are original to the building.
The first was pulled out last year for repair, with the second needing repair.
said they would look at repair options and would research the costs of buying a backup amp.
The center also is withholding its final payment to a local elevator contractor until it finishes trim work.
Officials said panels on the wall in the elevator could fall unless they are repaired.
In other business, the board also approved a one-year contract with Integrys for natural gas.
said the contract, which starts Aug. 1, will save the center $4,000.