Monthly Board Meeting
August 14, 2021
BOARD MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:
Roger Giallorati, President
Jerry Agrusa, Vice President
Jim Watt, Treasurer
Kim Byrne, Secretary
The Pledge Of Allegiance was recited.
The meeting was called to order by President, Roger Giallorati at 10am.
The minutes from the July 10, 2021 meeting were read. The minutes were approved as written.
Jim presented the Treasurer’s report. The report was approved as written.
NEW MEMBER ACTIVITY:
To date there are 204 members.
Clarke Aquatic has not sent the billing for the weed treatment. They did come back a third time to audit weeds, then treat areas that needed it. Lake Diane is scheduled for lily pad treatment in the fall. Jim noted that a firm date needs to be set.
We still do not have good word on whether a boaters safety class will be held for 2021. Kim will contact the USCGA for next year’s scheduling.
Woodbridge Park was surveyed. Neighbors on both sides have encroached. Roger will compose letters to be sent to the neighboring properties for both Woodbridge and Monte Carlo Parks requesting them to please remove their personal effects from the association parks for liability purposes. Delta Drive Park will be surveyed in the fall.
Kevin reported that the cost for the coating alone is $10,750 for the pickleball courts. That does not include excavation or asphalt. A concrete court was discussed.
There are six non-compliant trailers. Ms. Burger will be scheduling court dates.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS:
The turn-out for the family picnic was poor. The board discussed combining the picnic with a Toys For Tots event with live music and family activities.
*Wine Crawl – September 4th
*LDCA non-sponsored event
Kim discussed an alternate course for the golf outing. Coordination was difficult with the current course. Dinner following golf will again be at Territorial Table & Tavern with grilled chicken and sides.
Paving of the roads is scheduled to begin August 28th.
Terry spoke with HCRC regarding the placement of stop signs. He was told they must be approved by the state police.
Nancy is gathering information to include in the packets for distribution.
Approximately five years ago, HCRC proposed the abandonment of the roads at the shelter house park and Pointe Drive to the lake association. At the time, it was not a favorable option. Roger will follow-up to explore if this is still a possibility.
At 11:55 Jim made a motion to adjourn. Jerry seconded the motion. A vote was taken and the meeting adjourned.
Kim Byrne, Secretary