is $7,000.00 in the general fund and $58,700 in the water fund.
agreement has been reached with Mosey re: dues.The lien process has been started on
Harwood and Styskal by the association’s attorney.
are four more accounts that are seriously behind. Rod will send final
III. Roads - Terry
will talk to Brendan Pecht regarding the crosswalks being done.
vault will be installed in the spring of 2009.
Anderson confirmed that the stand pipe located near Olson’s at the Y and
another at the top of the hill are fire hydrant type devices.This means that homeowners may be
eligible for home insurance discounts.We might want to have more of them installed some day. Our
reservoir holds approximately 15,000 gallons
which provides the firefighters good water capacity.A tanker truck carries no more than 500 gallons.
will send a note to Evan, head of the Water Committee to learn more about
the stand pipes.Mark Anderson will
check on available equipment.
fall festival/movie night went on as planned, but it was very cold outside
so there was low attendance.It was
suggested that the event be held earlier in the year.
More herbicide will be applied.The grass carp will start eating the growth
on top of the lakes
they have eaten all the material at the bottom.
Brendan not present
board suggested that Terry continue on as president for another year.Terry agreed with the understanding that
we need to choose someone to come in and be groomed to take over the
position in 2010.Potential
candidates were discussed.Dave
Prochazka, Jackie Greening, Keith Renfrew , and Willie Gevers.These folks will be contacted by Board
members who know them to see if they are interested.
Board decided not to release another newsletter until we have a solid game
plan for addressing the odor problem at Cedar Grove Composting.
will put a notice in the next newsletter about the lien process.
will include a thank you in the newsletter to Chris Holechek of Legacy
Landscaping who hauled away the lake debris.
Anderson said that he was holding a final meeting on November 29th for
anyone who had not participated in the information sharing part of the
VV.Passage Point –
have been approved by KingCounty.Lawsuits will continue.Construction will begin soon with a
planned opening in 2010.There was
a community meeting in October – 2 FourLakes
residents attended.Concerns shared
were impact on schools, transportation, and the main question was “Why put
the facility out here?”.A graduate
of a similar program was present to speak in support of the facility.She said that the natural setting was
ideal for rehabilitation.
Board discussed options that were presented via email by Terry after
consultation with the association’s attorney.After considering three options which
included: 1. Another class action law suit filed on behalf of the
association as was done previously; 2. a private law suit which would require
legal fees up front; and 3.filing an injunction asking a judge to shut
down their operation until they comply with PSAQ regulations which would
require between $5000 and $10,000 – the Board voted to contact the former
attorney’s who handled the last successful law suit against Cedar Grove to
find out if they thought a new class action suit was feasible.
suggested that we put more detailed budget information up for resident review
during the meeting.
suggested that committee chairs talk about their goals for the year and
how they want to spend their budget.
meeting date was tentatively set for February 26th, 2009.
rough draft for the Annual Meeting agenda will be done by Terry by our next