We had a pleasant business meeting at the swim/tennis
facility on Sunday afternoon. More than 20 families were in attendance.
For those of you who missed the meeting here is a brief recap of the
highlights, as I remember it:
The new by-laws passed by the community in 1999
are considered operative. Pat Baker will get copies to those who
request them during the meeting.
The FYE financial statements as of June 30 2001 were presented.
They appeared to be in good order.
There was discussion regarding the
next community "light work day" in order to spread pine straw and
other small projects.
It is difficult to get repair people to fix
things (such as the lights at the entrance) because the jobs are so
small and not considered worthwhile use of their time.
The electrical system for the lights could
not be repaired for a reasonable cost as previously announced. The
fixtures were replacd with concrete pineapples donated by the
The swimming pool and the tennis
courts (pressure cleaning) may need some maintenance.
They are recognized as being an important asset
to the community and for attracting new residents.
Susan Hambright and her
family was recognized for having
attended swimming pool maintenance certification classes on behalf of
the community at her expense and for having performed pool upkeep
during the summer.
Chronic speeders on our streets will be
identified and approached privately by concerned community residents.
E-mail addresses were collected from the
attendees. About half of the community is now on this mailing list. If
you wish you e-address to be deleted, let me know.
Afterwards the business, there was a lot of food
eaten during the picnic.