Regular Board Meeting May 22 2018

FAIRFIELD BAY COMMUNITY CLUB

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

May 22, 2018

 

            The Regular Meeting of the Fairfield Bay Community Club Board of Directors was held on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. in the Fireside Room at the Indian Hills Complex.

            Directors attending: President Jack Weeks, Dave Foster, Doug Forsman, Nancy Mueller and Rose Shurts. Bill Fisher and Lacey Mitchell were absent.

            Rocky Nickles, General Manager, and Tommy Hoffman, Chief Financial Officer, were also in attendance.

            There were nine managers and three guests in attendance.

            President Weeks led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance and Prayer.

 

            18-55 Motion was made by Doug Forsman, seconded by Nancy Mueller, and unanimously carried to accept the Regular meeting minutes of April 24, 20l8.

            Tommy Hoffman, Chief Financial Officer, gave the financial report.

            The Manager reports were given.

            Dan Feuer was asked to take a picture of the comfort station on #14 hole for the Lake Area Weekly to recognize the Indian Hills Golf Association for their purchase of a new metal roof.

            Under By Owners to Board Jack Weeks received a compliment on the job Rebecca Jenkins is doing at the Indian Hills Pro Shop. Sharon Boone read a letter from a resident complimenting John Conry and his staff at the Marina. A resident asked when the C.M. Owen fountain would be turned on.

             Dave Foster, Team 2035, said the team is looking into opportunities for new business ventures that might follow the hotel. He stated that the hotel owners are considering a restaurant, possibly featuring steak/seafood, to be located in the hotel.

            Deb Bond, Fairfield Bay Community Fund, reported first quarter was successful. Two grants were approved. One was for computers for the library and one to assist with the fall production of the theatre group. The spaghetti dinner at the Conference Center netted $3,000 for the Community Fund. The Community Fund has received a gift of $15,000 from money provided through the Arkansas Community Foundation. Three grant proposals will be made at the Cornerstone Society meeting on May 24, 2018. The Community Fund is being used as a model for others who want to establish a Community Fund. The Community Fund has a Facebook presence, and an article in the Lake Area Weekly most weeks. There are now forty-six members in the Cornerstone Society.

            18-56 Motion was made by Doug Forsman, seconded by Rose Shurts, and unanimously carried to renew the Hart Center membership for employees at a cost of $1,000 per month.

            It was reported smoking will be allowed on the front deck at Little Red, (will try to keep it from the doorway), and the back deck will be non-smoking.

            18-57 Motion was made by Dave Foster, seconded by Nancy Mueller, and unanimously carried to approve a Capital Expenditure for Wastewater in the amount of $8,700 – $6,500 will be used to replace 620 ft. of 8” gravity main and one manhole from Old Sawmill Road to the Dave Creek Treatment Plant – and $2,200 to replace two manholes off Sharpview.

            The next Regular Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.

            18-58 There being no further business to bring before the meeting, a motion was made by Dave Foster, seconded by Nancy Mueller, and unanimously carried to adjourn.

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Jack Weeks                                                               Dave Foster

President                                                                   Secretary