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August 15, 2006
Gazebo, 7:00 p.m.

Those attending the meeting were: Sandy Pattock, Dianna Gould, Terry Shulz and Al Goetz. Those absent were: Joe Horton and Lance Pattock. Visiting members were Kay Moultrie and Dave Trask.

Minutes were approved.

TREASURER’S REPORT
The following expenses were authorized:
$73.54 for pancake breakfast
$875 for easement trimming and park maintenance
$218.77 for pancake breakfast, rental equipment
$166.43 for pancake breakfast
$29.00 for canoe races award
$85.73 for monthly light bill

COMMISSIONER REPORTS
ROADS AND PARK: Park trimming and roof replacement of the gazebo were tabled pending more information.
LAKE: Joe Horton was absent but discussion about lake rule violations was held. Action will be taken.
SOCIAL: The next picnic will be held Thursday, August 24, 6-9. This will be a Bingo Fun Night! Information flyers are out. 12 families participated in the garage sale. The next picnic is Thursday, September 21, 6-9. This will be a barbeque and a blue grass band, the Columbia Cutups, has been hired. The band will play from 6:30 to 8:00.
HISTORIAN: Kay Moultrie reported that there will be a display in Fairview City Hall about our neighborhood by September.
MEMBERSHIP: Sandy Pattock is doing a great job signing up new and old members especially in light of the many homes that have sold recently.

OLD BUSINESS:
Invoices have gone out to non-members who are using the lake.

Our community reorganization process continues. This month’s discussion centered around the possibility of a PUD replacing Interlachen. Pros: financing would be distributed evenly. Con: It is not voluntary. Interlachen would probably be dissolved.

NEW BUSINESS:
We have a new secretary that will begin the position in September. Her name is Erika Teyema. They are new residents in Dennis Meyers’ house.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:
The next meeting will be at the Goetz’s on Thursday, September 14, at 7:00 p.m. THIS IS A DIFFERENT DATE THAN THE ONE DISCUSSSED AT OUR AUGUST MEETING.

Respectively submitted,
Al Goetz, acting secretary