LDCA Monthly Board Meeting, April 09, 2022

Lake Diane Community Association – April 9, 2022

Board Members Present:

Vice President -Jerry Agrusa

Jim Watt, Tresurer

Nancy Bell

Al Vitous, via phone

Not Present: Kevin Mack, Kim Byrne

The meeting was called to order at 10:04 by Jerry Agrusa

The minutes of the March meeting were read and approved.

Treasurer’s Report:

Jim Watt presented his monthly report and it was accepted as read.

Old Business:

1. Aquatic Life – discussed spraying contract, 2 years ago our cost was $27.500. Increase is about 40%. When a home owner signs the check to make their payment, that serves as permission. No additional signatures are needed. No spraying before June 1″ is our practice.

2. The signs for our lake out on Territorial Road have both come down, is there anyone who wants to repair them?

3. The current calendars have gone out with our annual bills,.

New Business:

1. Our Annual Goose Removal Permit has arrived. We have until April 16th30th to do our nest destruction

1. Jerry moved to change our fiscal year to match the calendar year. This will be on the agenda for our annual meeting.

2. Plans for the fireworks were discussed. The applications are on file with the Township.

At 10:30 Jerry moved to adjourn the meeting, Nancy seconded the motion.

 

The meeting was adjourned at 10:30.

Respectfully submitted,

Karen Watt


Public Meeting – AquaBounty Extraction and Discharge

pic of water and dock

Information about Lake Diane’s Aquifer

Public Meeting: 

AquaBounty Receipt of Wastewater Discharge Permit Application (Williams Co.)

Monday, September 12, 2022

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

North Central Local High School, Varsity Gymnasium

400 Baubice Street, Pioneer, Ohio 43554

Ohio DNR Details :  https://epa.ohio.gov/about/media-center/events/public-meeting-aquabounty-NPDES-Application

Williams County (OH) Alliance info :  https://www.facebook.com/wmscoa/

Background:  Lake Diane is part of the Michindoh Aquifer.  Being Aquifer spring fed, our lake ecology and health is directly dependent upon groundwater for sustainability.  Please be sure to share your voice regarding the extraction of millions of gallons of water from our ecosystem for salmon farming.

This information is being brought to you by LDCA but is not in the jurisdiction of LDCA. 


Note about recent letters left with some neighbors

Lake Diane Community Residents;

Good Day:

It has come to the attention of the Lake Diane Community Association Board that a notice is circulating regarding rental properties on the lake.

First let me state that the notice is not being circulated in mail boxes by the LDCA Board. We, along with all members present at the annual meeting, were provided the information this past June, but have not reviewed, nor had discussions on the information as a board.

Secondly, any notifications to lake residents for information such as this would be direct mailed to all Lake Diane residents.

Finally, each property has specific deed restrictions for your individual property. We find that most deed restrictions do contain specific language regarding trailer and commercial or rental properties. We suggest that you review your property’s specific deed restrictions to ensure that you are in compliance.

We hope this clears any mis-understanding.

Warm Regards

Jerry Agrusa

LDCA Board President