Attendees:† ††††††††† Gerry Lee, President; Jack Niemi, Vice President; Ross English, Treasurer; Phil
Krause, KC2 Beach Representative; George Sinnott, Webmaster; Jayne Stroin, X-Officio Director, and Dennis Witmer, Secretary
began at , and was chaired by Gerry Lee.
The minutes of the April 23,
2006 meeting were approved
and posted on the website.
Presidentís Report: Gerry received a call from one resident about
the reminder letter sent April 26 on CedarPark. The resident asked about removing a dead tree in CedarPark, and was advised that CedarPark is outside the residentís lot. Dennis was instructed to send a courtesy
copy of the April 26 letter to Audrey Doherty, president of Keatington Cedars Association. Gerry has not received
any calls on the reminder letter mailed April 27 on Cedar Park East and
Cedar Park West.
Vice Presidentís Report: No report
Treasurerís Report: The total reserves were $6,990.09 as of May 21.
During the past month, Ross paid the KeatingtonBeach dues ($4,500), and filed the Michigan non-profit and Federal tax reports. Mike Mansour and Ross reviewed the financial books from the
time of this Boardís inception. Ross visited our newest KC2 residents,
Stephanie & Christian Sjung, who reside at 2442 Canoe Circle Drive.
Secretaryís Report: No report
Webmaster Report: As a cost reduction, George has been working
with the Orion Library website people to move KC2ís website to their
server. Some glitches need to be worked out, but the new website should be
operating within a few weeks. Ross suggested adding a disclaimer to the
proposed site. Dennis suggested that George review with the Library their
policy, if any, on including intra-neighborhood advertisements.
Beach Report: Phil reported that the price of boat tags has been increased to
$10 from $5. Both boats and trailers will be tagged as part of increased
beach security. The increased revenue will appear in the general capital
improvement fund. Phil will attempt to reserve the pavilion on August 26
(August 27 to be backup date) for the KC2 Beach Party.††
New Business: Discussion was held on the budget items for 2006 and road
maintenance. A motion to establish a Contingency Fund, to be used for
mailbox painting, street pole maintenance, and road crack preventive
maintenance was passed 4-0. A second motion was passed 4-0 to transfer
$1,500 from the general balance to the Contingency Fund. Ross was
instructed to place the money in a CD having a year or less maturity. Phil
will ask an associate to give an assessment of our road conditions and
suggested preventive maintenance. Another discussion centered on neighborhood
clean-up and reminding all residents to maintain their properties. Gerry
will draft an email reminder to residents.
adjourned at . No date was
selected for the next meeting.
∑Pending items: (1)
placing mosquito deterrents in KC2 drain basins; (3) dates for KC2 activities;
(3) road maintenance neighborhood survey; and (4) professional road maintenance