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The regular meeting was called to order at 8:00 A. M. by Chairperson Wendell Halvorson.    Also present were G. Anderson, D. Baken, G. Broman, R. Dobbs, B. Haug, S. Peterson, M. Wacholz and T. Frazee.

Absent were R. Figenskau, L. Fredrickson, and B. Halgren.

The agenda for the meeting was approved by motion of Dobbs, seconded by Anderson.    Motion carried.

Motion by Dobbs, seconded by Anderson to approve the minutes of the 15 September 2001 meeting with one correction that R. Figenskau was present.  Motion carried.

Motion by Broman, seconded by Dobbs,  to approved the Treasurer's report for September.

Motion carried.



The Board approved staying with Teryjon Corporation for spraying for 2002, if needed.


D. N. R.:

Mr. Broman will meet with Bruce Gilbertson regarding a special report.  The GLPOA has framed a map of the Middle Fork Crow River Watershed.   This map will be hung in the Spicer City Hall.



G. Anderson asked about having an orientation program for new board members.   Board Members who were present felt new members could call others if need. 

The By Laws will be mailed out to all Board members.


Sewer & Water:

The North Side has been completed with Duininck completing the east side by the end of October.   Working on the south side. The wastewater plant is not working correctly.


Highway 23:

The last meeting was canceled due to the State Strike.   Mr. Peterson stated that construction is slated to start in 2002.



Two variances were applied for this past month and both were denied by the County Board.


Water Quality:

No Report


Web Page:

Average of 10/12 hits per day.  Send information to B. Haug to be placed on the web page during the winter season.


There was no Old Business.


By motion of Wacholz,   seconded by Haug,  the GLPOA will support the Spicer Commercial Club for $500.00 to be used for fireworks during the winter festival.  Motion carried.

A letter was received from the Spicer Queen’s Committee asking for a donation of  $500.00 to help re-build their float.    After much discussion, motion by Broman, seconded by Anderson to deny the request for $500.00 from the Property Owners Association.  Secretary Frazee was instructed to write a letter of this.  Motion carried to deny.

President Halvorson presented information regarding the Kandiyohi County Comprehensive Plan.  A meeting had been called by the Ehlers with the committee of the GLPOA and others to discussed the county plan.  G. Broman and W. Halvorson met with Dennis Peterson, our County Commissioner.   Mr. Halvorson presented a letter to the Board, upon motion by Dobbs, seconded by Anderson, this letter will be presented to Mr. Richard Falk, Chairman of the Kandiyohi County Commissioners.  Items of concern to Green Lake residents are the conservation of natural resources, land use, and residential and commercial development.   This letter will become an official part of Green Lake Property Owners Association suggestions for the final plan and asking that the Green Lake Property Owners Association be represented on the Task Force.  Motion carried.  It was suggested to place on the agenda of the Annual meeting the discussion of the Comprehensive Plan.

Frazee reported that the sewer/water district is having some financial problems.  At the present time we are being charged $15.00 per month for water and $15.00 per month for sewer.  This may be increased in January 2002 to $36.00 per month.   The Sewer District is having additional problems with odor and they have agreed to purchase a treatment for this odor.

Motion by Baken, seconded by Peterson  to adjourn.  Motion carried.

The next regular scheduled meeting will be Saturday, 11 May 02 at the Green Lake Bible Camp at 8:00 A. M.


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