Lake Diane Property Owners Association
Monthly Board Meeting
August 11, 2018
The meeting was called to order by President, Roger Giallorati at 10AM.
Board Members in Attendance:
Roger Giallorati, President
Scott Coakley, Vice President
Jim Watt, Treasurer
Kim Byrne, Secretary
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Roger Giallorati presented minutes from the July 14, 2018 monthly meeting. A change was noted “under Dredging HCRC should be changed to Drain Commission. The minutes were then approved as written.
Jim Watt presented the Treasurer’s Report.
Roger questioned what is left to be expensed as we show $2,959.56 left in the bank. Lilly pad spraying was $2,000 last year and Parks Mowing is $2000. Insurance of $1,150, but Jim is discussing with Insurance Company about prorating the amount owed.
The report was approved as written.
Weeds were treated a second time (no costs to LDPOA) Miller’s, Hercula’s and Clarke’s cove – in that whole bay as well as in front of Whitman’s ex-property. No weeds remain in those areas reported after treatment.
It was decided to not spray the Lilly Pads this year as funds are low.
Kevin reported a light was put on the buoy across from Shelter House and someone had hit it again. Kevin will repair.
Scott reported the permit for dredging was in the State of Michigan’s hands. Still hopeful for September start. Roger reported he has emailed Karyle again, about talking to the drain commission attorney concerning adding a board to the top of the Dam for the summer month.
It was asked about ownership of parks. All were informed the LDPOA still own the parks and our Attorney was speaking with the Township Attorney about an agreement to convey the parks from the LDPOA to Amboy Township and then to LDCA. Plan was discussed about painting again in October as the Shelter House overhangs and Shed need to be done.
Lake Diane Schedule of Events:
The Toys for Tots Breakfast with Santa event was mentioned, but with Kim absent it was tabled for the next meeting.
No old Business was discussed.
No new business brought to the floor.
At 10:15, Roger made a motion that the meeting be adjourned. Jim seconded the motion. A vote was taken, and the meeting adjourned.