08 Jul

Association Meeting Minutes

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Meeting was called to order at 10 a.m. by President Phyllis Mead. Approximately 17 members were present.

Secretary minutes were read for approval. Motion made and seconded to approved June minutes. Motion carried.

Treasurer Jim Guldseth reported that the Association’s balance was $18,947.87. There has been income of $110 in dues and expenses of $654.94 for the tent canopy and insurance for the Summer Celebration, Today’s balance is $18,402.92. Motion was made and seconded to approve treasurer’s report. Dues are $10 per household.

New Business

July 22 Summer Celebration: A 5k (3 miles) walk run will start at 10 a.m. Activities behind the Pequaywan inn will begin around noon with music, an ice cream social, ongoing drawings for door prizes and games for kids and adults. The Inn is working on a special menu for that day.

Clarity report: The Big Lake is at 8.5 to 9 feet and the Little Lake at 14 feet.

Loon report: Three loons on the Little Lake and at least one pair with two babies on the Big lake.

Township land: The clearing of dead balsams and other trees have been completed. Large pines and maples were left. It was requested that no motorized vehicles go onto the land as small trees will be planted.

Annual meeting: The next Association meeting on Aug. 12 will be the annual meeting. A director representing the Little Lake and secretary positions will be up for election. Scott Gronseth of Pequaywan Lake First Responders will be presenting the informational program.

Renters: A lake resident expressed concerned about those who are renting their cabins out and allowing renters to launch their boats. These boats could be bringing invasive species into our lakes and endangering the quality of our lakes, which are currently free of such AIS now. Such practices are discouraged or at the very least, rental owners are asked to make sure the rental boats have been out of the water for more than a week and are thoroughly clean. Property values can be substantially lowered if lakes become infested as well as infestations negatively affecting boating, fishing and swimming.

Motion was made and seconded to adjourn at 11:00. Motion carried.

Respectfully Submitted,
J .Strom, substituting for Marialice Arndt, Secretary