Look for some more communication in the future between those that administer and run programs at Studio 1219 and the group's Board of Directors. The same can also be said for communication between the 1219 board and the Port Huron Downtown Development Authority which was given the first report on the status of the art incubator building since the directorship was vacated. A special meeting on the subject was held Friday morning. Port Huron City Manager Bruce Brown is a member of the D.D.A. Brown says the D.D.A. has voted again to offer up 5-thousand dollars to help with maintenance of the in part city owned facility. He says a second 5-thousand dollars, which had been offered earlier, is being held until it becomes clear what amount of maintenance is needed. Everything from a leaking roof to a faulty air conditioner has been noted at the Military Street building. The chairperson of 1219's board of directors spoke to the D.D.A. in the special meeting saying at least one member needs to sit on both boards to improve communications. Jill Brion says even her board, until recently, was in the dark about many of the maintenance and funding issues. The director for the facility was let go last month while the group reorganizes iteslf.