Laurel Falls Association Minutes for March 18, 2011
The meeting was called to order by President Tracey Karlie. There were 16 association members present.
Minutes of the February 18 meeting were read by the secretary and they were approved.
Due to the absence of the treasurer, there wasn’t a treasurer’s report.
George Senka mentioned trash along the roads and urged everyone to police the areas around their properties.
Terri Cook had a list of proposed party/fundraisers. They are May 21 – Spring Fling; July 16 -Chicken on the Barbi; August 19 – Homeowner Party; September 24 – Summer Fun; October 29- Halloween Party; December 31 – New Years Eve Party. The following restriction will be applied to all parties: These parties are private for the property owners and their guests. Steve Noonan made a motion to accept the party dates and the restriction. 2nd by Dave Byerly. Carried
Davey Cook is still working on getting rodent control for the clubhouse.
Larry Stevanus reported that there is a lot of work to be done on the roads and ditches but it is still too early to do anything. Decisions will be made at the March meeting. The Saturday after the April 15 meeting will be a work day.
Treasurer Dave Shirmacher is moving away. Terri Cook was approved to fill the vacancy on a motion by Joe Saia, 2nd by Trudy Noonan. Motion carried.
Planks owned by Laurel Falls are at the Amish sawmill on Matlick Road and they need to be moved. Joe Saia is willing to store the planks on his property.
Tracey Karlie donated a toilet for the men’s rest room.
Ted Evans made a motion to keep the clubhouse a “no smoking” area. Carried.
The budget was approved after removing one item. The item removed is paying to put up “no hunting” signs. Approved by a motion by Dave Byerly, 2nd by Joe Saia. Each property owner is to post the “no hunting” signs on their property.
Terri Cook made a motion that the letter for road dues and membership dues be incorporated into one letter. Barbara Saia 2nd the motion. Carried. Tracy appointed the officers to write the letter.
There was a motion to adjourn.
Submitted by Carol Evans, Secretary