Seabrook Point Property Owners Association
Minutes of Board Members’ Meeting
Monday, April 11, 2011
Present: Al Truesdale, President, Alan Daigle, Vice-president, Gary Swank, Secretary, Christa Emminger, Member-at-large, Lorrie Smith, newly elected board member
Meeting was called to order at 6:10 pm at the home of Al Truesdale.
Al Truesdale presented the agenda for the meeting. The agenda was approved.
Election for officers for the new term of SPPOA board members was held. Al Truesdale was voted president, Lorrie Smith was voted vice-president, and Gary Swank was voted secretary. Alan Daigle was elected treasurer; Christa Emminger remained as member-at-large, as her elected term had not expired.
The minutes of the February 28, 2011 meeting were approved as read.
Alan Daigle reviewed the financial report from Bundy for the period ending March 2011. The report was approved as presented.
Past-Due Accounts- The past-due accounts were reviewed. Due to the outstanding delinquency of those members in arrears, [deleted names] will be sued in magistrate’s court for balances due. A court date of April 25th has already been set for action against [deleted name] past-due regime fees. A new action will also be taken against [deleted name and material].
Report from the Covenants Revision Committee- Christa brought the board up to date on her committee’s actions. The recommendation to date is to consolidate the by-laws and restrictive covenants into one document. Her committee has now met twice, and has reviewed the three different covenants that have been written.
Roads Commission Appointments – There is the possibility that Bill Waldron may withdraw his name from nomination. Frank Emminger will have Bob Roth post the USDA regulations for plants and items intruding into the roads right-of-way on our SPPOA web site. The roads commission, indicating those items on properties that are intruding into the road right-of-way, has set out white markers. An agent from the USDA, which has jurisdiction over our outstanding road loan, may be reviewing our area shortly.
Al asked the secretary to send a letter to [deleted name and material] in violation of our restrictive covenants.
The next meeting will be tentatively held in June at the home of Alan Daigle, at a date to be determined.
There being no further business before the board, the meeting was adjourned at 7:20 p.m.
Gary Swank, Secretary