of the Meeting
LAKES OWNERS ASSOCIATION
PRESENT: Frank Asternborski, President; Edna McKnight, Secretary; Jack
Greenleaf, Jack Cartwright, Jane Weathersby
Irene Evans, Ralph Springer, Virgilee Scholl
were 84 residents in attendance.
Astemborski called the meeting to order at 2:04 p.m. and led the meeting
in the Pledge of Allegiance.
minutes of the April 15, 2000 Forest Lakes Owners Association meeting were
read by the secretary. Correction was made to Mr. Burwyn Wilbrink’s
name, and, with no further additions or corrections
A MOTION DULY MADE BY Jack Cartwright and seconded by Jane Weathersby,
the minutes were accepted as read.
Report: Treasurer’s report was read by Edna McKnight in the absence
of Irene Evans. As of April 30, 2000 the checking account had a balance of
$26,358.77. Expenses for the month totaled $797.71. There was no new
information regarding the CDs.
being no additions or corrections, and
A MOTION DULY MADE BY Jane Weathersby and seconded by Jack Greenleaf,
the treasurers s report was accepted.
Frank Astemborski reported the burn pit opened about a month ago and was
filled within three weeks. The fire department has closed the pit due to
extreme fire conditions until such time as they are able to burn the pit.
We have a total income of $1182.85, checking account balance is $1707.64,
petty cash $18.90, and the total number of loads dumped was 292. This is
an estimate as the contractors using dump trucks are putting in the
equivalent of two to three loads.
was raised as to where pine needles and slash could be dumped while the
pit was closed; the answer is no where and please do not dump in the
member of the audience said we could dump at the new burning center in
Heber. They will also take stumps and logs.
A MOTION DULY MADE BY Jane Weathersby and seconded by Jack Cartwright,
the burn pit report was accepted.
In Virgilee’s absence, Frank gave the report on the website. There is
now a new page from the sheriff and articles from the fire department.
Weather and road conditions are not currently being posted due to the nice
newsletter was mailed and if anyone has not received their copy they
should contact Virgilee.
currently have 568 members with 16 business advertisements paid for.
roads: Jack Greenleaf reported there was nothing new to report except
that Dan Garcia, Matt Ryan, and Mike Anderson, were present to speak after
the meeting and answer any questions that the audience might have
regarding the roads and community in general.
Jane reported that there were new areas that the Clean-up/Fix-up Committee
would be looking at for awards. These would include commercial, new
corners, people who live here year around. Encourages everyone to clean up
their lots. Idea can will be at pancake breakfast for drop off of ideas
and to pick up nomination forms. Question was raised about lots that have
never been cleaned and what the Home Owners’ Association might do to get
these places cleaned. FLOA has no authority but will continue to send
notices to owners who do not clean up their property as far as natural
matter is concerned. Suggestion that commercial contractors might be
givens names and lot numbers for them to contact owners about having their
business: Frank has dust signs if anyone wants them. Suggestion was
presented about forming a block watch in conjunction with the sheriff’s
office. Diane Mitchell proposed a committee be developed to work with
sheriff. Discussion was held on the best way to accomplish this.
of Memorial Day Breakfast on Saturday, May 27, at fire department. This is
a community fundraiser and everyone is encouraged to attend.
Short is providing his water truck to be used to water down the main roads
over the Memorial Day weekend. FLOA will pay for the water and Lou Shemek
will drive the truck.
Forum: Question was raised about start time of meeting. Change was due
to board members working during summer. We may go back to old start time
in the fall or leave it at 2:00 p.m. depending on how it works this
being no further business, and
A MOTION DULY MADE By Edna McKnight and seconded by Jack Greenleaf, the
meeting was adjourned at 2:37 p.m.