2nd Qtr Leisure Lake Membership Assoc. Meeting

April 13th, 2008   10:00 a.m.

 

President Margaret Paden verified a quorum had been established and called the meeting to order at 10:01 a.m.

 

Attendees: Margaret Paden – President, Ron Cox – Vice-president, Joanne Mociolek – Treasurer, Brenda Lallathin – Secretary, Trustees: Jim Cox, Tom Reed, Shawn Robinson, Jr, and Shawn Robinson, Sr.

Absent: Bob Mills - Trustee

 

Brenda Lallathin read the minutes of the January 13th, 2008 meeting.

 

Margaret Paden – President’s report

Thanked all the volunteers, especially the great turn out for work week-end.

Announced the need for an activities director.

Need volunteers to sign up for the office during the week to answer phones, take messages and write receipts.

Security volunteers can sign up on the bulletin board or see Bob Mills with any questions.

We are in need of new American flags and would appreciate donations.  One has already been donated.

We had several invoices returned due to bad addresses.  Those who have moved need to see Brenda to update their addresses.

The worked has been completed on the well with the final cost being $3,209.95.

The cover for the acid tank has been built at the pool bldg.

The tractor will be going to White’s Tractor sales for annual maintenance.

Trustees will be checking out the riding mowers.  The Trustees will have them on display for bidding with a minimum bid of $100.00.

Copies of the 2008 proposed budget and rules were passed out when you signed.  We were notified that some members did not have copies of the rules.  This is a summary of the main rules; full copies of the constitution and bylaws can be found on the website.  www.leisurelakepark.com

The Board met regarding the discipline policy.  A security member and Board member will write up a detailed incident log and the Board will decide the fine and/or restitution.

Margaret reminded everyone that we will be taking nominations from the floor at the July 13th meeting for President, Secretary and three Trustees.

 

Joanne Mociolek – Treasurer’s report

As of today, Savings = $41,806.34, Operations = $79,375.51, and Checking = $11,195.02.

The insurance will run $17,654.00.  Joanne will be paying 25% down and 9 pmts.

As of yesterday, $55,993.93 has been collected for dues.  Joanne turned the floor over to Fred Melhman.

Fred Melhman addressed the membership on behalf of the Budget Committee.  The electric for February was $9,000.  Expenses totaled $227,000.00 at the end of March.  The 2008-2009 budget totals $215,100.00.  We need to find ways to cut back.  Pat Detrick added that we need to cut back 4.5%.  It was suggested that an assessment be added for those who stay in the park.  Brenda stated that we cannot assess for living in the park because we are not zoned as residential so no one should be living here.  Fred stated we may want to look into individual electric meters for each campsite.  Fred stated that pumps for the sewer are running when not used.  Rex King spoke with Wayne Staulls and is looking into shutting down the pumps during off hours.  After allowing members to review the proposed budget, Pat Detrick made a motion to accept the budget as proposed, 2nd by Sandy Nagy.  Vote = 58 yes, 0 no, unanimous.

 

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Margaret reminded everyone that dues must be paid by May 1st, 2008.  Members will not be permitted to camp until dues are paid in full (including any late fees).

 

Ron Cox – Vice President

Thanked volunteers.

Received quotes to gravel the roads and sewer plant for $8,000.  Hopefully, to be in place in the next couple of weeks.

Trustees also want to be able to spend time with their families camping.  If you see anything that needs to be done, help out.

If anyone has any suggestions, write them down and slip them under the door.  One suggestion received was to have better access to ice.  Looking into driving through park during the evening with a golf cart loaded with ice for sale.

Main projects for the near future…Pool bldg. acid tank, electric upgrade, and roads.  Ron suggested everyone donate a flat of flowers for Mother’s day and plant them.

Mulch needs to be turned over on the playground. 

We are in need of an Activities director. 

Fred Mehlman asked about the comfort station.  Ron stated we are in the process of getting quotes.

 

Margaret informed everyone that Sharon Phillips is in the hospital and to please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.

Joanne Mociolek stated she would like to have volunteers for the kitchen beginning the first week-end in May.  Joanne and her sister will cook 1 week-end a month and is looking for volunteers to fill the other three weekends.  Joanne will make sure the kitchen is stocked so volunteers will not have to shop.

 

Glenn Suttle made a motion to adjourn, 2nd by Sandy Nagy.

 

Respectfully submitted,

Brenda Lallathin, Secretary