Interlachen Inc. Homeowner’s Association – Board Meeting
Monday, March 12, 2012
Board Members Present:
Allen Johnson – President
Erika Teyema – Vice President
Roger Keast – Treasurer
Sheri Parshall – Secretary
Debbie Weaver – FLPOA/IWPUD
Tom Burns – Roads and Parks Commissioner
Curt Knight – Blue Lake Commissioner
Guest: Bev Knight
Call to order: 7:03 p.m.
Minutes from February were approved as amended.
President Allen Johnson
Thanked the group for their work on the Annual Report mailing.
Vice President Erika Teyema
To be discussed in old business.
Secretary Sheri Parshall
Treasurer Roger Keast
Roger presented the treasurer’s report. General account funds available are $18,357.74. Roger presented expenses for payment, which were discussed. Moved and seconded to pay expenses as presented in the Treasurer’s report. Motion passed.
FLPOA/IWPUD – Debbie Weaver
There are some changes with regard to weed treatment on Fairview Lake. The treatment company has been changed, and two different chemical options are available, at a cost of approximately $350 per acre. They are fast-acting and dissipate quickly, avoiding problems with chemicals drifting into the Slough.
Blue Lake Commissioner – Curt Knight
BLIA Report. No report direct from BLIA.
Tom Burns – Road and Parks Commissioner
Road repairs are complete, including paving the driveway down into the park. Some additional work is required, but that will be for future consideration.
Bettianne Goetz – Membership
No report. Bettianne is traveling. Roger reported that he has data on paid membership that he’ll give to Bettianne to present as part of the annual meeting.
Social Committee (Roger for Betty Keast)
The Social Committee will be meeting on March 13th to plan the year. A reminder that another fun slate of events are planned for 2012, including: April Easter Egg Hunt, June Pancake Breakfast, 4th of July Parade, July Potluck, July Street Sale, August Potluck, August Art Fair, September Campfire, December Santa and Caroling. Reminder! The Easter Egg Hunt is coming up!! Betty has asked Erika to assist as Co-Chair of the Social Committee, and Erika has tentatively accepted.
By-Laws Review Committee – Erika Teyema
By-law changes were included in the mailing sent to all members.
IRS Status- Roger received correspondence from the IRS successfully reinstating the not-for-profit status of the organization.
Details on proposed power plant – Allen Johnson and Erika Teyema
No new information has been received.
Mini-Library Box – Bev Knight made a brief presentation regarding a Mini-Library Box, which could be built and house books, CDs, DVDs and other items that would be available for borrowing or trading. Approximate cost would total $600 – $300 materials/$300 labor. Bev suggested that we solicit volunteers to keep the Box neat and volunteered to take up this duty for the first year. Moved and seconded that we approve funds to build the Mini-Library Box. After further discussion, it was moved and seconded that the motion be tabled to the first meeting after the Annual Meeting.
Next Year’s Board – Allen Johnson
There are nominees available for open positions, and Allen will confirm those names. A new nominating committee will need to be elected at the Annual Meeting.
Membership Dues – Roger
Dues mailing has been completed. Roger will be able to provide a current “paid” list at the door during the Annual Meeting. Dues need to be paid by April 1st to receive the “early bird” dues discount.
Web Site “Thank You” to Dues Payers – Roger
Names of those who have paid dues were posted on the web site, thanking them for their support.
Generic Boat Stickers – Tom Burns
Tom will give Curt information on pricing in order that Curt may order the stickers, including the generic “fish” sticker, and individual year stickers.
Audit – Roger
Roger is working on scheduling the audit.
It was moved and seconded that Gene Ridings and Terry Schultz be nominated at the Annual Meeting to receive Honorary Membership. Motion passed.
Next meeting: Monday, April 2nd at 7 p.m., location Johnson House.
Adjournment at 9:03 pm.