Present: Al Truesdale, President; Alan Daigle, Treasurer; Gary Swank, Secretary; Christa Emminger, member-at-large; absent: Lorrie Smith
The meeting was called to order at 6:05 pm at the home of Gary Swank.
Al Truesdale presented the agenda for the meeting. The agenda was approved.
The minutes of the 2011 October meeting were read and accepted as presented.
Alan Daigle reviewed the financial report from Bundy for the period ending November 2011. The only recent expenses of note were those incurred for the community’s Fall Fling. The report was approved as presented.
Report from the Covenants Revision Committee- Christa has not held a recent meeting, so there is nothing new to report at this time.
Review of November Fall Fling- The event was well attended by the community. We had virtually no oysters left over, but did run out of hot dogs. The additional string of lights purchased for the association added greatly to the visibility at the event.
Lots to be mowed- the bank that has taken possession of Swing’s lot through foreclosure had this lot mowed. [Sensitive information deleted].
Nominees for Board membership- Al Truesdale has received notice from only one member who has expressed an interest in serving. We have to elect two people, as Alan Daigle’s and Christa Emminger’s terms expire in March. Alan has indicated that he will not serve again, but will continue to handle the SPPOA decal program. Christa may serve again if elected at the spring annual meeting.
The Annual SPPOA Meeting- has been planned for March 12, 2012, at Grays Hill Baptist Church, pending their approval of that date. Major issues to be discussed will be: continuance of current regime fees, building reserves for major problems, election of two board members, and approval of the 2012/13 budgets.
The next board meeting will be held on Monday, January 30th, at 6 p.m. at the home of Al Truesdale. We will have to prepare a proxy and another notification letter regarding the annual meeting.
There being no further business before the board, the meeting was adjourned at 7 p.m.
Gary Swank, Secretary