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GREEN  LAKE  PROPERTY  OWNERS  ASSOCIATION
REGULAR  MEETING
SATURDAY,  25  JUNE   2005
HERITAGE BANK

 

The regular meeting was called to order at 8:00 a. m. by Chairperson Jon Pederson.  Also present were D. Baken, G. Broman, T. Broman, B. Halgreen, R. Jansen, J. Nelson, and T. Frazee

Absent were G. Anderson, B. Haug, J. Rieth, and M. Wacholz.

Newly elected Board Member G. Roverud was present.   Absent with excuse was M. Quale.  Newly elected board member K. TerWisscha  was not present.

Motion by B. Halgren, seconded by J. Nelson to approve the agenda as mailed out.  Motion carried.

Motion by G. Broman, second by T. Broman to approve the minutes of the Saturday, 21 May 2005 regular scheduled meeting and the Annual Meeting of Friday, 17 May 2005.  Motion carried.

Treasurers report approved by motion of  G. Broman, seconded by J. Nelson.

Motion carried.

 

REPORTS:

Caterpillar:

B. Halgren  was in contact with Tery Jon, Inc. regarding the concerns of some people on the north side of the caterpillar worms.   The majority of those contacted found the worms on the ground meaning they have eaten the leaves and are dying.   It was decided not to spray again in 2005.
 

Education:

G. Broman has information for B. Haug to place on our web  page.
 

Lake Management:

G. Broman reported of the Technical Committee meeting to be held on Saturday, 29 July 2005 with Kari Haug.   At this time information will be presented about the Information Booklet the "partnership" is producing.   The three concerns are the New London Storm Sewers which drain directly into the Crow River, Nest Lake, and the Alvig Slough problem. 

Discussion was held of the boat slips at The Old Mill Inn.   G. Broman will write a letter to the DNR asking that the sign stating boat slips are for rent during the season be removed immediately as the Old Mill Inn is over the limit of which they were allowed. 

Sky Line Estates are eligible for 10 slips of which the GLPOA has been asked to monitor to see that it remains at 10. 

G. Broman stated that at the Middle Fork Crow River Water Shed meeting last week that Chairperson Bob Hodapp state the newly formed watershed district will not have funding until 2007 year.   Chairperson Hodapp asked that the Partnership continue to Monitor for 2005 and 2006 year.

G. Broman will meet with Chairperson B. Hodapp to formulate a letter to the seven townships, seven lake associations, and two cities explaining that the Partnership needs to be placed in their budget cycle for the 2005 and 2006 years.
 

Sewer/Water:

D. Baken stated the next scheduled meeting is Monday, 27 June 2005, at the Waste Water Treatment plant at 6:00 p.m.   On the agenda is the Next Lake project.   D. Baken stated that the water loss for Green Lake system, for the month of June, has been 39%.    New London and Spicer"s water loss is also high, but they have old systems.
 

Variance:

J. Pederson  stated that no variances have been asked for this month.
 

Water  Quality:

J. Nelson stated the Secchi disc first report this spring was at 23 feet, last reports were at 16 and 15 feet.    The volunteers are doing a great job in sampling.   J. Nelson will provide an article for the Green Lake Breeze explaining what they are doing.


OLD  BUSINESS:

Discussion was held about the large amount of carp within the shore lines of Green Lake.   This

item will be discussed further at the July Board meeting.    A company from Iowa will come to Green Lake, after all the docks are taken down, to net carp.   The cost will be 10 cents per pound.

T. Frazee showed the stencil that will be placed on all storm sewers around Green Lake.   Collin

Wright will be working on this project during the summer internship.

R. Jansen asked about parking on the roads, especially Indian Beach Road, during the summer day period.   Discussion was held about "who do you call when you see violations."   We will contact Gary Danielson and Gary Geer regarding this process.


NEW BUSINESS:

T. Frazee informed the GLPOA Board that R. Renner, due to health problems, will not be able to patrol during the winter season.   T. Frazee and Board Members will coordinate a replacement.

Motion by B. Halgren, seconded by G. Broman to increase dues $10.00 beginning with the 2006/2007 budget year, as explained at the Annual Meeting.  Motion carried.

B. Halgren asked if at the July meeting we could have a financial plan for the 2006/07 year.    This will be provided by T. Frazee. 

Officers for the 2005/2006 Green Lake Property Owners Association and Committee members will be as follows as per motion by G. Broman, seconded by R. Jansen as follows:

President

B. Halgren

Vice President

J. Nelson

Motion carried.
 

Motion by B. Halgren, seconded by D. Baken the positions of

Secretary

R. Jansen

Treasurer

T. Broman

Motion carried.

 

Committee assignments for 2005/2006 year:

 

CATERPILLAR

EDUCATION/WEB PAGE

1.   R. Jansen, Chair

1.  Bonnie Haug, Chair

2.   B. Halgren

2.  M. Quale

3.   T. Frazee

3.  G. Anderson

 

 

LAKE  MANAGEMENT

SEWER  AND  WATER

1.   G. Broman, Chair

1.  D. Baken, Chair

2.   J. Nelson

2.  K. TerWisscha

3.   J. Pederson

3.  T. Frazee

4.   B. Halgren

 

 

 

VARIANCE

WATER QUALITY/ D.N.R.

1.   J Pederson, Chairperson

1.   Jill Nelson,  Chairperson

2.   G. Roverud

2.   Marlin Wacholz

3.   R. Jansen

3.   G. Roverud

 

Discussion was held about the 2005 Annual Meeting with all reports being positive.

Article for the July Issue of the Green Lake Breeze are due to T. Frazee by Friday, 01 July 2005 at 10:00 a.m..

July meeting scheduled for Saturday, 16th of the month at 8:00 a. m. at Heritage Bank Building.

Meeting adjourned.

 

 

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