Minutes of the
March 18, 2000
PRESENT: Frank Astemborski, President; Ralph Springer, Vice-President; Edna
McKnight, Secretary; Virgilee Scholl, Jack Greenleaf, Bill Henry
Jack Cartwright, Irene Evans, Jane Weathersby There were 13 residents in
Astemborski called the meeting to order at 12:37 p.m. and led the meeting in the
Pledge of Allegiance.
minutes of the February 19, 2000 Forest Lakes Owners Association meeting were
read by the secretary. Corrections made regarding the inclusion of Keith Scholl
as reporting at the February Meeting on the web site was incorrect. Also, there
were 40 residents at the February meeting and the spelling of Dobrinski was
corrected, again. There being no further corrections or additions, and,
ON A MOTION
DULY MADE BY Ralph Springer and seconded by Bill Henry, the minutes were
accepted as amended.
the absence of Irene Evans, her husband, Dick Evans gave the Treasurer’s
Report through February 29, 2000. Expenses $2,705.68; checking account balance
less expenses totaled $25,859.02. CD balances were not available.
ON A MOTION
DULY MADE BY Jack Greenleaf and seconded by Edna McKnight, the treasurer’s
report was accepted.
Pit: Frank has been in contact with John Dobrinski regarding the burn pit.
He read a letter from Mr. Dobrinski stating that once the property the burn pit
is located on has been purchased by Coconino County, the running of the burn pit
will remain with the Owners’ Association. We are going to try to keep the fee
at the burn pit at its present rate.
was held regarding the price increase at the compactor.
Site: Virgilee reported 12 to 15 hits responding to the weather report. This is
proving to be the only reliable weather report available for Forest Lakes. Web
site is being improved and updated.
membership is at 535. There are 11 businesses with outstanding fees. Current
membership list is being completed.
Greenleaf spoke with Dan Garcia about the roads. Mr. Garcia has canceled his
being here for the May meeting. Jack received a letter from Mr. Garcia regarding
the road work that will be done this summer and in the future. The plan runs
upcoming construction on highway 260 was also reported on. The approximate
starting time is between mid-June and mid-July for Preacher Canyon this year.
The other phases are projected to begin mid—June 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004,
these phases, when completed, would tie in at the bottom of the rim. After these
are completed, it is projected that the work through Forest Lakes would begin.
was held on possibility of having speakers regarding the highway and road work
come to future meetings.
Ralph Springer reported that the bill we have been waiting has left committee
and is now scheduled to go to the full Senate for a vote where it should pass
before going back to the House and from there to the President for signing.
for the next newsletter is due as soon after April 1 as possible.
Department Auxiliary membership forms are in newsletter and everyone is urged to
join and support the fire department.
Hess brought attention to the fire protection section in the newsletter and the
letter from Mr. Carpenter to the editor and suggested everyone read it.
permits will be available from the fire department effective April 1.
Walls reported on the acquisition of the new mid-size school bus.
was held regarding the census packets that were being left at properties and the
incorrect addresses. The fire board school board were asked to check on this as
it will affect our financial benefits from the government.
being no further business, and
ON A MOTION
DULY MADE BY Ralph Springer and seconded by Virgilee Scholl, the meeting was
adjourned at 1:37.