LDCA Monthly Board Meeting March 16, 2019

Monthly Board Meeting

March 16, 2019


Roger Giallorati, President

Scott Coakley, Vice President

Jim Watt, Treasurer

Kim Byrne, Secretary (via teleconference)

Jerry Agrusa

Kevin Mack


Rod Anderson

The meeting was called to order by President, Roger Giallorati at 10:10AM.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited

Minutes from the January 5, 2019 meeting were presented by Roger Giallorati.  The minutes were approved as written.

Jim Watt presented the Treasurers Report.  The report was approved as written.


Jim reported that the membership drive has maintained its momentum.  To date, there are 137 LDCA members.  Jim has several grants of authority that were submitted with no payment and several payments that were submitted with no grant of authority.  He will contact said property owners to complete missing payments and/or documentation.


Application has been made for weed treatment.  Treatment of the lake weeds will take place the first week of June.

Karlye Horton has been in communication with the HCDC attorney to finalize approval for raising the lake level.  Raising the level of the lake will have a positive impact on the dredging projections.  As of today, there is no update.


There is much debate regarding the transfer of all seven parks on Lake Diane from LDPOA to LDCA.  In effort to smoothly transition the parks ownership, LDPOA/LDCA’s attorney has held dialog with Amboy Township’s attorney, and a Quit Claim Deed was filed transferring the parks from LDPOA to LDCA.  Amboy Township is under the assumption that LDPOA is no longer in existance, and is prepared to take jurisdiction of the parks.  Their objective is to close the parks, then post “No Trespassing” signs for a period of two years, then revisit the situation.  (This includes the playground equipment, the boat launch and shelter house.)  Obviously, we take a strong stance against this action. At today’s meeting, Roger presented communication documents between LDPOA/LDCA and LDPOA/LDCA attorney Karlye Horton and Amboy Township attorney John Lovinger.  After a long discussion, it was decided that we discuss our options with our attorney, then proceed as directed.  

Kim made a motion that all communication documentation regarding the parks presented by Roger at today’s meeting be made part of the meeting minutes.  Roger seconded the motion.  A vote was taken, and the motion passed unanimously.


Annual Meeting – June 8th

Lake Wide Community Garage Sales – June 15th

Golf Outing – July 27th

Family Picnic and Corn Roast – August 3rd


Nothing new to report.


Nothing new to report.

At 10:54AM Roger made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Kevin seconded the motion.  A vote was taken, and the meeting adjourned.

Respectfully Submitted:

Kim Byrne