CICA Board of Director's Meeting—Minutes

3/2/2000

 

The meeting began at 7:30 pm. at the Weber’s

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESENT: Barbara Barr, Dave Byler, Tom Cobley, Les Fritz, Andrea Gilde, Rob Green, Frank Strimel, Mike Szep, Sr., Jim Weber, Art Wood.

 

ABSENT: Ken Knapp, Dick Ullman,

 

Committee Members & Guests Present:   Mark Kennedy & Brad Gates, guests – from  the Wildlife Management Control Project of the Del. Valley Deer Mgt. Assoc.

 

PRESIDENT’S REPORT:

            Correspondence Report: The following correspondence was received:

·        A thank you note from the Hallett’s for snowplowing on Mason Lane

·        An email from Don Smith, who owns property on the exempted portion of Mason Lane.  He wrote of the agreement formed in 1991 for the CICA to plow & maintain all of Mason Lane.  There was no obligation for the residents of Mason Lane to pay dues in order for the maintenance to be performed, however those residents should be strongly encouraged to do so.  This is in keeping with how the road has always been maintained. His opinion supported the conclusion reached by the board examining the agreement at a previous board meeting.

 

SECRETARY’S REPORT:  The minutes of the 2/1/2000 meeting were approved as written.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT:  The monthly report was approved as submitted.

 

 

 

 

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS:  (Contributor’s name and/or committee chairperson’s name shown in parentheses following report.)

 

Architectural Review:  There is a new construction ready to begin on Rollins Rd. (Les Fritz for Barry Miller)

 

Beach:  Barry Garvey is repairing the seesaw. (Jim Abel)

 

Email & Website: Nothing to report (Ray Perry)

 

Erosion:  Nothing to report (Frank Strimel)

 

Grass Mowing:  Bill for the 2000 mowing season will be going out shortly.(Dick Ullman)

 

Harbor:  To date, there are 54 moorings being reserved & 25 dinghy racks.  There will be a workday at the harbor on Sat. 3/11 at 9 am.  The yokes on the floating docks will be repaired. 

3/25 for mooring inspection; 4/8 for mooring drop.

If anyone knows of any moorings for sale, contact the Harbormaster. (Bill Dryden)

 

Historical:  No report given (Audrey Buck)

 

Legal:  We are waiting for confirmation that the new road maintenance agreement drawn up by James Sherrard has been filed at the courthouse.  (Dave Byler)

 

Maintenance:  Requested a brush dumpster for Saturday 3/4 or 3/11.  (Barbara Barr for John Bates)

 

Membership:  137 have paid to date.  We are running about 2 weeks ahead of last year.  Additional directories, by laws & guidebooks have been printed for new residents. By-laws, etc are now available on the website. (Les Fritz)

 

Newsletter:  Copy is due by 4/12.  Newsletter will go out around 4/27 (Andrea Gilde)

 

Roads:  Potholes have been fixed on several roads using a patch kit.  The committee is working on getting some better millings for the roads.  The contractor who tore up a lot of the road in front of the property he was building on is planning to pay for a load of roads material. (Mike Szep)

 

Social:  Progressive Dinner March 4th.  Annual Dinner April 8th.  Door prizes are needed, contact Gwen Smith.  (Barbara Barr for Sue Seeley)

 

Town Watch:  No incidents to report.  Activity on the beach & in the harbor area seems to be way down since the chains have been going up at night.  The watch was cancelled several times last month, as many volunteers did not receive their schedules.  The committee is considering mailing them instead of sticking them in the tubes.  (Jim Weber)

 

Tractor:  No report given (Marty Smith)

 

 

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

 

 

NEW BUSINESS:  Our guests spoke about their organization, which performs “controlled hunts” in areas where the deer population is growing out of control.  They only do bow-hunting on private property & are interested in using Chesapeake Isle properties.  They distributed pamphlets & discussed the types of property they would be interested in hunting (those that back up to the woods).  They have an excellent safety record & are very careful & insured & would abide by any rules & restrictions we state.  There would be no expense to Chesapeake Isle residents.  After some discussion it was suggested, then confirmed, that according to the CICA by laws, hunting in any form is strictly prohibited on Chesapeake Isle property.

 

 

 

CLOSE OF BUSINESS:  The next meeting will be held on 4/11/2000 at 7:30 p.m. at the Barr’s.

 

There being no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 9:30 p.m.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

Andrea Gilde, Secretary

 

CC:  Committee Chairpersons

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