Board of Directors Meeting
Thursday, October 12, 2006
Members in Attendance:
Jim Clayton Jr., Larry Ehrig, Amy Morrow, Brian Nicholas and Duane Selken were present. Elizabeth Allison was absent.
President Jim Clayton Jr. called the meeting to order at 6:32 P.M.
Nicholas read the Secretary’s report from September 14, 2006.
Ehrig read the Treasurer’s report from September 1, 2006 through September 30, 2006
Addition to the Agenda: Ehrig made motion to accept the agenda with additions under Communication received by the board: Betty Osborne-voting, Kevin Madison-Baker, Jim Mellecker-lot purchase, junk vehicles, silt fence and corrections of under New business: take off Building permit Unit 5 Lot 113- Hershey as it was approved last month, seconded by Selken, motion carried by unanimous vote.
No Hearings: Heather Nikolish presented her case regarding recreational stickers.
Secretary’s Report: September 14, 2006 Morrow made motion to accept report, Ehrig seconded, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Treasurer’s Report: Selken made motion to accept report, Morrow seconded, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Bills presented for payment: Bills were presented. Motion to pay Nicholas, seconded by Ehrig, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Maintenance Report: Kristofer Kempf expressed thanks to Clayton Construction who donated ½ day of time and equipment to break up large pieces of concrete. Kris has made guard rail, trimmed up trees.The white dump truck box is rusting out and needs replaced. Kris will be trimming trees that are hanging over roadways and trim up Belaire sled run.
Community Building Report: Total in accounts $106,877.25. The plans are coming together with rough draft being displayed in the office. The size was increased to 56 x 80. The building area has been staked out and Arlen Faas has the go ahead to level and fill in dirt where needed. Harden Brothers will donate the gas-lines.
Website Visits in July: 1,500 approximately
Security Report: Mark Baugh presented a road security report. Mark had someone report an attempt to steal a golf cart.
Camping/Bathhouse Report: Will close restrooms after this weekend.
Water Quality Committee Report: William Vileta reported they are still waiting for Poweshiek Conservation to call and set up time to meet with them. They would like Duane Selken to be there also. Millfoil is becoming a problem. Septic that had been leaking for four years at 4111 Western Drive and complaints had been made to Poweshiek County Sanitarian. The neighbors had called Des Moines and someone was out within two hours. Wendy had contacted William Vileta to ask about the color of Andy’s Pond he went and checked it out and it is not duck weed. The conservation will be asked about it when they come out. In the backside of Andy’s there is a small water area that is full of duck weed and will be washed into Andy’s if it rains. Kris had found some chemical that is non-toxic and will pick some up this weekend. The committee would like to have a map of all standpipes and catch basins.
Silt Committee Report: Duane Selken reported that the pipes have been picked up from Bozo and moved over to Fords cove from the road to the catch basin. The dredge digger motor according to Sun Source needs to be new as they no longer make parts for the old motor. Cost is around $1,500 plus tax and freight. Recommended donations be given to Keystone and Victor fire departments as they provided hose for dredging operations and Victor provided equipment to wash off hoses after dredging was completed.
Rural Improvement Zone Report: Robert Josten recommended that the Holiday Lake Board of Directors speak with the Poweshiek County Board of Supervisors to waive the 30 thousand dollar bond they are requiring for elections and engineer costs.
Old Business: Building permit for Unit 3 Lots 206, 207 – Herman was tabled. Jim Clayton Jr. will contact him. A spot sprayer has been purchased for the maintenance. Vinyl vertical blinds for the one South window in the office have been ordered to redirect the sunlight so that the Community Building apparel will not get faded.
New Business: Motion to give donation for Keystone and Victor Fire Departments in the amount of $120.00 each was made by Ehrig, seconded by Morrow, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Motion to purchase dredge motor for $1,500 made by Ehrig, seconded by Morrow, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Middle shop door is bad. Kris will look for a replacement panel.
E.coli water tests results: Beach less than 10, South Dock 10
Lyle Oswood, Jose Velasquez (renter’s dog) loose. Motion to send letter made by Ehrig, seconded by Selken, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Robert Wolf - house and yard. Tabled until all board members can look at.
Douglas Deimerly-boat stickers. Motion to send letter made by Selken, seconded by Ehrig, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Robert Pursley-dog loose and junk. Tabled until all board members can look at.
Richard Samuleson-dog loose. Motion to send letter made by Ehrig, seconded by Morrow, motion carried by unanimous vote.
William Garrett III-junk vehicles. Motion to send letter made by Ehrig, seconded by Morrow, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Lynda Pinney-junk. Motion to send letter made by Ehrig, seconded by Nicholas, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Communication received by the Board:
Daryn Abben-Culvert dumping onto unit 4 lot 211
Russ Beckman-Would like to post no truck signs on hill
Betty Osborne-Voting on Tuesday November 7 will be held at the Activity Center in Brooklyn from 7:00 a.m until 9:00 p.m.
Kevin Madison-Regarding petition
Jim Mellecker-Sale of unit 3 lot 325; junk cars unit 3 lots 295, 296; junk & camper unit 3 lot 305; silt fence needed unit 3 lot 303.
Next board of directors meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 9, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. in the Maintenance Office
Motion to adjourn by Nicholas, seconded by Selken, motion carried by unanimous vote.
Meeting adjourned at 8:23 P.M.
Minutes taken by Wendy Schwab Office Manager
Typed by Wendy Schwab Office Manager