Four Lakes Meeting Minutes November 20, 2008
In Attendance: Terry,
I. October meeting minutes approved.
II Treasurer Report: Rod
Rod went over the current balances again and then suggested we open a savings account for each of the committees that receive a substantial allocation. He suggested BECU. The Board approved this idea
Rod stated that we will have another quarter’s revenue income
($6000) by the end of the year and there should be very few expenses. To begin 2009 we’ll have another quarter’s
income, but we will also have $4-
Rod also said that there are still 6 accounts past due for a total of approximately $6000. He also said that the Harwood property is actually owned by Glen Kitchens. Rod is working with Glen regarding this account.
Styskal will not respond to any communication. The lien has been filed by the HOA attorney. Finance charges are accruing on the account. The Board decided to take no further action regarding this account at this time.
Mark said that there is no major work to be done in 2009. More gravel is needed to address the minor
problems on the
Prototype water connection vaults will be installed Spring
2009. There was a line break in the
water supply by the culverts that was repaired and the system was shock
treated. As a result water flow to the
Gazebo and the
Rod will ask Evan to check on the status of the well generator in case of power outages.
V. Entertainment – Terry
Terry said the committee is unsure of what to request for budget since attendance cannot be pre-determined. Considering the importance of the Fishing Derby, the Fall Festival, and other activities, Terry suggested that the Board show its support by allocating $1400 to the fund, and he suggested we consider making an effort to call and invite everyone in the community to attend the next activity.
VII. Volunteerism –
Brendan will call Pogacha
restaurant to see if we can reserve the private dining area to provide dinner
for our outstanding volunteers.
Terry will continue as president for one more year. The Board is actively seeking a President elect to be mentored during 2009.
Terry suggested that we allocate $200 to the Welcome committee.
Terry will publicize the Annual Meeting scheduled for
VIIII. Emergency Preparedness –
Mark Anderson said that by Thanksgiving all residents will be contacted. A December meeting will take place with any people who have not been informed about the plan. A radio training class will be held, then a drill will be scheduled in the Spring. The Board voted to allocate a budget of $200 for this committee.
VV. Passage Point – Rod
No new information
VVI. Cedar Grove Compost Odor
Terry has not been successful at getting a response from the
attorney’s that represented
New Business: The Annual Meeting
Agenda and location discussed. It will be held at the Police Station, as always on Feb. 26th, 2009
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