EST LAKES OWNERS ASSOCIATION
Frank Astemborski, President; Ralph Springer,
Vice-President, Edna McKnight, Secretary; Jack Cartwright,
Treasurer; Virgilee Scholl; Bill Henry; Patti Phillips; Jack Greenleaf.
ABSENT: Jane Weathersby
There were 15 residents in
President Astemborski called
the meeting to order at 2:00 p.m. and led the meeting in the Pledge of
Minutes of the September 16,
2000 Forest Lakes Owners Association meeting were read by the secretary.
being no corrections or additions, and
ON A MOTION DULY MADE BY
Jack Cartwright and seconded by Jack Greenleaf, the minutes were
accepted as read.
The treasurer did not have a
report to give at this time due to the unavailability of the outgoing
treasurer. There will be a double report given at the November meeting.
Burn pit: Frank
reported total year to day expenses of $3,732.25, total income was
$2,895.00 and a checking account balance of $1775.89 and petty cash of
$18.90. The cost of the last burn of the pit was $160.
ON A MOTION DULY MADE BY
Edna McKnight and seconded by Virgilee Scholl, the report was accepted
Frank reported on a problem
with the emergency number on the phone line. If a busy signal is
received when calling 535-4789, call 911 for an emergency.
Web Site: Virgilee
reported Randy Irvin was working on the newsletter and should be ready
by November 1. Membership is holding at 584.
Greenleaf reported things are about the same with the sub-division
roads. He reported that a request had been received for "No
Passing" signs to be placed on the opposite side of the road so
that drivers might notice them better when they start to make illegal
passes. Inquiry was also made about progress in putting in right turn
only lanes at Merzeville and Sheep Springs. Jack
is following up and will keep the association advised.
Forest Service Land Sale:
Jack Greenleaf has not heard anything further regarding this but
will continue to keep informed. Elmer
Hess will be assisting in keeping apprised of this situation.
Grant Committee: Ben
Froehlich reported the committee will be meeting once a month; the first
to be in November.
The county is now handling
the incinerator project with the view toward having it available
Ben also reported on the all
day planning session the grant committee sponsored. Everyone will be
receiving a report on what was achieved at the meeting.
$3000 seed money has been
received from the county plus money from FLOA. All funds raised will be
used for the entire community. All
progress will be published in the newsletter.
There was no Clean-up/Fix-up
No new business was
In open forum Diane
Mitchell reported on the Block Watch meetings and the progress that was
being made. All information can be found on the website. Also,
notices will be placed on the bulletin board.
Ben Froehlich asked about
the mess on Larson Loop and what is being done. Jack
Greenleaf reported he had been in contact with the county and had been
told that it would be taken care of. He
will follow up with the county, again, and will report back to Frank.
Question was raised about
the charge for dumping at the burn pit. Frank
said he was projecting a $1.00 increase in the next year but will try to
keep costs at a minimum. Discussion
was held regarding burning, cost to the community, what is being dumped
illegally, by whom, and what should and can be done.
There being no further
A NOTQN DULY MADE BY Jack Cartwright and seconded by Bill Henry, the
meeting was adjourned by 2:42 p.m.