Regular Board Meeting August, 28th, 2018

FAIRFIELD BAY COMMUNITY CLUB

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

AUGUST 28, 2018

 

 

A regular meeting of the Fairfield Bay Community Club Board of Directors was held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. in the Fireside Room at the Indian Hills Complex.

Directors attending: President Dave Foster, Bill Fisher, Doug Forsman, Nancy Mueller, Rose Shurts, Jack Weeks, and Tom Welch.

Rocky Nickles, General Manager, was also in attendance.

President Foster called the meeting to order and led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance. A prayer was given by Doug Forsman.

There were seven managers and five guests in attendance.

18-83 Motion was made by Doug Forsman, seconded by Bill Fisher, and unanimously carried to approve the regular meeting minutes of July 24, 2018, as presented.

General Manager, Rocky Nickles, gave the financial report.

The Manager reports were given.

The board discussed the recent sightings of bears on the property. The       chronic wasting disease of deer was also discussed. An article will be placed in the Lake Area Weekly, asking people to not feed the deer.

Mr. Nickles advised the board he will be meeting with Skyfinet within the next month. It is hoped a proposal can be presented to the board in the next regular meeting.

Mr. Nickles stated the Marina will be closed on Sunday beginning October 1, 2018 until March 31, 2019.

There were no contacts by owners to a board member to report.

Mr. Nickles showed pictures of the storm damage at Lynn Creek Crossing.  Paul Wellenberger suggested the Road Committee meet with engineers.

In regard to the downed trees on a lot on Chelsea Court Mr. Nickles advised he and Dave Foster met with the lot owners. The downed trees came from the lot next door. The owner did not authorize the cutting of the trees. Mr. Nickles said he will let the Board know options as soon as possible.

Mr. Nickles covered the meeting with the hotel investors. They want to continue investing in Fairfield Bay. They think the Community Fund Foundation is tremendous. Team 2035 has given them a number of ideas where to invest. Mayor Wellenberger pursued and received a grant to get the sewer lines out to Highway 16 which opens up additional business opportunities.

Linda Duncan, Community Fund Foundation, stated they are proud to be a part of the three legged stool, the Fund, the Community Club, and the City. She said they were able to grant $7,000 to the Fairfield Bay Fire Department to assist with the purchase of a tanker truck.   A new campaign “Keep 5 in the Bay” will encourage Fairfield Bay residents to consider leaving 5% of their estate to the Community Fund.  They are always looking for new members for the Cornerstone Society. The fund raising spaghetti dinner will be held in March 2019.

A discussion of increasing the fees at the Boat and Trailer storage area was tabled until the September meeting.

18-84 Motion was made by Rose Shurts, seconded by Jack Weeks, and unanimously carried to approve a capital expenditure in the amount of $6,399.24 for a booster pump at the Cool Pool.

The next regular meeting will be on Tuesday, September 25, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. in the Fireside Room at the Indian Hills Complex.

18-85 There being no further business to bring before the Board, a motion to adjourn was made by Doug Forsman, seconded by Jack Weeks, and unanimously carried.

 

 

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Dave Foster                                                              Tom Welch

President                                                                   Secretary