GREEN LAKE PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
The regular meeting of the Green Lake Property Owners Association was called to order by Chairperson Ralph Jansen. Members present T. Broman, D. Gunderson, R. Jansen, R. Minke, J. Nelson, J. Pederson, M. Quale, G. Roverud, R. Stehn, K. TerWisscha, S. Unger, and T. Frazee.
There were no outside guests present for the meeting which began at 8:00 a. m.
There were no additions to the agenda for the July meeting. Motion to accept the agenda by J. Pederson, seconded by R. Stehn. Motion carried.
Motion by D. Gunderson, seconded by R. Stehn to approve the minutes of the regular meeting 23 June 2003 with the change under "Old Business" regarding benches/waste containers on the walking path.. The statement . . . . "at the present time" should be deleted saying, " . . . . the Green Lake Property Owners Association is not in favor of this program." Motion carried.
T. Frazee presented the financial report for the month of July.
A card was received from the
Spicer Commercial Club thanking the Green Lake Property Owners for their
donation of $1,000.00 toward the 4th of July fireworks. Card on fire.
Motion by J. Pederson, seconded by G. Roverud to approve the reports for the July meeting.
Chairperson R. Jansen read a letter from the Green Lake Fishery asking for a donation of $500.00 for their program. Motion by R. Stehn, seconded by M. Quale that the Board donate the $500.00 to their organization. Discussion was held following this motion. Vote was taken showing four (4) yes votes and six (6) no votes. Motion was defeated.
President R. Jansen presented information regarding the positive milfoil letter which was mailed out to all lake owners. As of this meeting 50.19% of the land owners sent their post cards in saying they would allow any treatment for milfoil with 150 feet of their property.
R. Jansen and T. Frazee updated the Board of the treatment process. Each Board member has
received a Brochure from Lake Restoration , Inc. regarding treatment. Lake Restoration will begin treatment on the first calm day as they use pellets which need to land within the milfoil area. With 10 t 14 days the milfoil should turn yellow showing it is dying. This will be a process which we will need to undertake each year as long as we find milfoil within the lake.
Discussion was held about asking the DNR to place "yellow buoys" in the area of milfoil with an educational letter for the news media asking boaters to refrain from that area. T. Frazee will check with the Spicer DNR office.
Motion by K. TerWisscha, seconded by D. Gunderson to enter into contract with Lake Restoration, Inc. of Rogers, Minnesota to the sum of $6,985.00 to treat a total of 5 acres of milfoil which is 49 stands. One of the largest stands is located in the harbor of Indian Beach canal area. Motion carried.
T. Frazee asked the Board Members to send their news information to him prior to Monday, 30 July 2007, for the August BREEZE issue.
Being no other business, motion by K. TerWisscha, seconded by R. Minke to adjourn.
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