Minutes of the Meeting
FOREST LAKES OWNERS ASSOCIATION
May 19, 2001
THOSE PRESENT: Frank Astemborski, President; Ralph Springer, Vice-President, Edna McKnight, Secretary; Patti Phillips; Chick Ideker,
Absent: Jane Weathersby, Virgilee Scholl, Bill Henry, Jack Greenleaf
There were 27 residents in attendance.
President Astemborski called the meeting to order at 2:05 p.m. and led the meeting in the Pledge of Allegiance.
ON A MOTION DULY MADE BY Patti Phillips and seconded by Ralph Springer the minutes of the April 21, 2001 meeting were not read. Each member,of the Board had received and read a copy of the minutes prior to the meeting. There were no corrections or additions. Motion was passed.
Treasurer's Report Frank presented a written Treasurer's Report from Chick Ideker. Ralph Springer moved that it be accepted as presented but requested a more detailed breakdown of expenditures in future reports. This will be done. There being no further discussion, Edna McKnight seconded the motion to approve the report at presented. Motion was passed.
Burn Pit Report: Frank presented the burn pit financial statement and explained the figures in it. He also explained the current agreement with the owner of the land; $1000 or profit from the year. On a motion made by Edna McKnight and seconded by Chick Ideker, the report was accepted at presented. Motion passed.
Jack Greenleaf was not present to give a report on the roads. However, Frank reported that the right turn lanes that we have been discussing with the county will be put in in 2003. There will be six turn lanes in total.
County will be working on Larson Loop and Canyon Drive in July.
Ralph had nothing further to report on SB-2749. He is waiting for school board to reach a final decision. Discussed various pieces of property.
Jan Walls reported on the school board meeting at Blue Ridge on May 1. Division of district would require base of 600 children so this is not going to happen. Looking into possibility of charter school at Blue Ridge.
Chick Ideker reported the phone books are still at the printers. No idea when they will be available.
Frank reminded everyone about the Memorial Day breakfast May 26 at the fire station from 7:00 to 11:00.
June 16 there will be a Navajo Taco Dinner put on by the fire department starting at 4:00 p.m. Delivery will be available.
Patti reported on the progress of the 4th of July picnic, which will be 'held July 7, the Saturday following the 4th. Committee chairs have been appointed and volunteers are needed.
Board secretary read a letter from Jack Dunn, FLFD Chief, regarding the contract for an air curtain destructor operation. Extensive discussion by the attending residents followed the reading. Decision of the board to accept or reject the contract will be made in executive session following the meeting.
Diane Mitchell reported on the Block Watch program and its progress. The next meeting of the Block Watch will be June 2, 10:00 a.m. at the library.
Pete Davis from the Sheriff's Department reported on the tightening of rules and regulations regarding ATVs and their operation. There will be more ticketing of speeders and parents of underage operators. Forest Service is putting in a non-shooting restriction around the sub-division which will allow the sheriff's department to ticket violators. Search and rescue group is being trained through the fire department. Extra speed enforcement will be in the sub-division starting with Memorial Day weekend and for a couple of weekends afterwards. Burglaries have stopped since the arrest of a group last year.
There being no further business and, on a motion made by Edna McKnight and seconded by Chick Ideker, the meeting was adjourned.