In attendance: Terry,
Rod, Dave, Mark Anderson, Mark, Tom,
I. November Minutes Approved
II. Treasurer Report: Rod Case
Van Cleave property is now owned by Nolet. Letter has been sent by the association attorney re: dues.
Styskal dues paid. Lien has been removed.
Dues Increase: Rod
proposed a 5% increase in dues to cover project budget needs for 2009. The
board approved this proposal. This
increase will be explained at the Annual Meeting which is scheduled for
II. Roads: Mark Achzenick
Roads committee held a meeting on
III. Water: Rod Case
The generator may need to be replaced soon, so the committee is exploring options. One suggestion was install a propane unit with an automatic monitoring system. A new roof will be installed on the well house in 2009.
IV. Community property: Rod Case
Rod has installed a deodorant unit in the sanican.
V. Lakes: Aquatech will apply weed killer in the Spring or later.
VII. Communication: Terry will send out another invitation to the annual meeting. Subjects to be discussed include Cedar Grove Composting and how to report odors. Terry will also set up a Fourlakes website for the purpose of documenting all reports through emails. For now, residents should contact Puget Sound Air Quality.
VIII. Emergency Prepardness: Mark Anderson
All but 10 neighbors have been contacted. The new emergency radio policy was given out to the Board for review. The policy will be presented at the Annual Meeting. Mark said they want to hold a drill in the Spring and Fall, 2009. Radios should be kept charged.
VIII. Passage Point: Rod Case
No new information.
VV. Preparation for Annual Meeting: Terry Deschenes
Terry will send out an email to Board members re: agenda for Annual Meeting. The location is the Issaquah Police Station. Comiitte chairs will share their budget needs and plans for 2009 so that attendees have a chance to vote.
MISC. Ice on the Lakes
The Board discussed options to deal with this problem. It was decided that a sign would be posted on the back of the Fourlakes Community park sign which warns of the danger of thin ice.
Sympathy plant was sent to Steve Scott on behalf of the Board.
Sympathy flowers were sent to the family of Charlie Schaefer on behalf of the Board.
Next Meeting: February 26th, Issaquah Police Station