|Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm|
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|The Lake House|
|Guest Speaker: Jim Lund, Metro manager for Blue Lake and Oxbow Park.
Call the meeting to order:
Reading of last years annual meeting minutes-Request that reading be waived in that all members present have copies of minutes.
Audit Committee report by the chairman of said committee
Standing Committee Reports: History and Social
Special Committee report-Newsletter Publisher
Old Business: 1) Interlachen Time for A Change 2) Speed bumps
New business: Change in By Laws: Article V
Section 2-A A member of the Board of Governors may resign at any time by giving written notice to the Board of Governors. Unless specified in the notice, the resignation shall take effect upon receipt by the board of Governors. Acceptance of the resignation shall not be necessary to make the resignation effective.
Any member of the Board of Governors shall be automatically deemed to have resigned without right of reinstatement. Such approval shall not be unreasonably denied.
|Board Member Attendees:|
|President: Dennis Meyer
Vice President: Dave Trask
Treasurer: Matt Barnett
Secretary: Jon Wissler
Blue Lake Commissioner: Joe Horton
FLPOA Liaison: Shelley Oleachea-Caufield
Road & Park Commissioner: Steve Gould
Water-at-Large: Debbie Bristow
Annual Meeting, April 12, 2004
MinutesMeeting Called to Order: 6:30PM
President: Dennis Meyer requested that reading of last year’s minutes be waived, since all members present have copies of the minutes. Motion made and seconded to accept minutes. Motion passed.
Dennis also gave general report on items accomplished by the board during the year and thanked board members and specific Interlachen members for their efforts during the year.
Treasurer: Matt Barnett went over the treasurer’s report. One correction was made: Acct. 1601 add budget for newsletter fund under President’s expense. Motion made and seconded to accept minutes. Motion passed.
Road Commissioner: Steve Gould discussed placement of speed bumps. Also, notified all of those in attendance that Abel Chavez has been hired for maintenance of both the Blue Lake easement and Welsh park.
Vice President: Dave Trask talked about A Time For Change that he and committee members have been working on this past year. Also, explained how the fee structure for assessing various areas of Interlachen, Inc was determined. For example: those living on the North side of Blue Lake have different needs from Interlachen, Inc. than those living on the south side. However, this fee structure will continue to be worked on as it is still not completed.
Blue Lake Commissioner: Joe Horton announced retirement from board, he calls it leave of absence and commented he will return as a board member at a future date.
FLPOA Liaison: Shelley Oleachea-Caufield, in attendance, no report.
Water-at-Large: Debbie Bristow, in attendance, no report.
Standing Committee reports:
Social committee: Betty Ann Goetz thanked all of the people who helped on various social activities during the year. Also, asked for input on other ideas to keep the social aspect of Interlachen ongoing.
Newsletter editor: Julia Warner thanked all of the reporters for the information that enables her to put out not just one newsletter but six in all.
Nominating committee: Members for 2004-2005 board are as follows Jason McGowan, Lisa Saxton, Bob Hood, Terry Schulz, Shelley Oleachea-Caufield, Debbie Bristow, and Steve Gould. Normally, the board consists of eight people. Each year it has been increasingly difficult to recruit new board members and this year was no exception.
Old Business: (1) $100.00 fee for water bill assessed to members who live on Blue Lake. This is to pay for water pumped into Blue Lake. (2) A request was made for a specific date to be given in advance as to when water would be pumped into Blue Lake. However, this is difficult to do since this information isn’t received by the Blue Lake Commissioner in a timely manner. (3) Did the board follow up on FEMA as noted in last years minutes? Yes, but as homeowners have noted FEMA is not willing to change how and when they respond to requests for help. The best information at this time is Interlachen will have to resubmit a request in five years and hope that FEMA has time to respond. (4) Interlachen Time For A Change and speed bumps as noted under commissioner reports.
New Business: Change in By Laws Article V, Section 2-A
Any member of the Board of Governors who fails to qualify as a voting member in good standing for a period in excess of 60 days or is absent from 3 monthly board meetings without being given approval for such absence by the Board of Governors shall be automatically deemed to have resigned without right of reinstatement. Such approval shall not be unreasonably denied.
Installation of a boat launch ramp at Welsh Park. The ramp to be for the use of Interlachen, Inc., members living on Fairview Lake. Resolved that a feasibility study be done for construction of a boat launch ramp at Welsh Park. This study to include construction estimates, and a site plan as well as alternatives for boat launch sites. The committee is to report their findings to the membership no later than the 2005 annual meeting. Board of Governors recommends that this resolution be passed.
Betty Ann Goetz: Share financial and insurance liability responsibility for a boat launch ramp at Welsh Park. Discussion ensued. A motion was made and seconded to table the item and let the committee members investigate and report their findings. Motion passed.
Use of towers on Blue Lake: Resolved that a temporary authorization be made to allow the test use of towers installed on boats operating on Blue Lake with the following stipulations: Boast restricted to two individuals on board. No additional weight may be carried on board. The test will be carried out during the 2004 boating season. The lake commissioner is authorized to cancel the test if it is found that boats so equipped cause a heavy wake or are a danger to other users of the lake. Results of the test to be reported to the 2005 annual meeting for continued action. Board of Governors recommends that this resolution be passed. Motion made and seconded. Motion failed with four votes for the motion and 22 against.
Motion made and seconded that wave surfing not be allowed on Blue Lake. Motion passed, unanimous.
Motion made to limit boat occupancy to one driver and one spotter. Motion fails , no move was made to second the motion.
Nominating committee for 2004-2005: Jon Wistler, Julia Warner, and Joe Horton.
Meeting adjourned: 9:05PM