Lakes Community Center
June 6, 2019
President David Hall called the meeting to order at 7:25 PM. Quorum requirements were met with all board members present: David Hall, Karan Hall, Tom Joynt, Rhonda Kersey, and Frank Toothaker.
Secretary’s Report: Motion by Tom Joynt and second by Karan Hall to approve the minutes of May 2, 2019 as posted on the web site. Motion carried.
Treasurer’s Report: As of May 31, 2019, the Operating Account is $1781.65, the Building Improvement Account is $832.03. Cash available is $2613.68.
End of Summer Community Faire: No report.
Fall dinner / auction: No report.
Fitness Trail: Rough cut of fitness trail on west hillside is complete. Trail should be available for 49er Day use.
Movie Night: The June 29th event will have the movie indoors to avoid daylight issues. Cars similar to those in the movie will be invited in as a static car show to enhance the evening’s entertainment. Koslo plaque will be installed in the Lakes Memorial Garden as part of the event.
Weeds: Live Again will be hired to come in and do weed abatement at LCC. Tom will request work to be scheduled on a Monday to facilitate lunch.
Mattress Collection: County will host a mattress collection event on September 21. Collection site will be out by the marquee.
Voting Survey: County has requested an inspection of LCC for determining if the building is satisfactory for use as a polling place with utilization of the new electronic voting equipment. Date for survey work TBD.
49er Day: Honorary Mayor Alex may run again for Mayor this year. The Kickoff event for Honorary Mayor will be held Saturday, June 22, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. at LCC.
HELUS Graduation: Motion by Rhonda and second by Karan to provide a $50 award to a graduating 8th grader at HELUS school. Presentation will be June 13th.
Property Taxes: Frank is investigating getting a property tax exemption for LCC.
Podium: Bill Beeson procured and donated a free standing podium with sound system for use at LCC.
Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:18 p.m.
Tom Joynt, secretary - LCCA
Lakes Community Center Meeting Minutes March 7, 2019 President David Hall called the meeting to order at 7:06 PM. Quorum requirements were met with all board members present: David Hall, Karan Hall, Tom Joynt, Rhonda Kersey, and Frank Toothaker. Secretary’s Report: Motion by Tom Joynt and second by Karan Hall to approve the minutes of February 7, 2019 as posted on the web site. Motion carried. Treasurer’s Report: As of February 28, 2019, the Building Fund is ($167.97), and Operating fund is ($681.32). 49er Minor fund is $4,812.53. Old Business: Events Committee: Rhonda reported that the social for adults on February 15 was a success. The upcoming trunk sale on March 16 will be held out by the marquee. Outside Landscaping: Two 12” diameter plastic culverts have been obtained by donation. A three foot diameter by 20’ long metal culvert has also been obtained. Mud flow under the bridge is heavy and water cannot exit Munz Lakes and head west. New Business Time Capsule: Tom J. presented a security case that can be modified for use as our LCC Time Capsule. Capsule will be placed behind the fireplace date stone. St. Francis Dam Disaster Lecture: Saturday, April 13, 2019 has been selected for a lecture about the St. Francis Dam Disaster and a guided tour of the site. This will be a fund raiser for LCC and the LWC will provide a meal for purchase on that day. Rental Agreement: A committee consisting of Tom J., Frank T., and Rhonda K. will review the current rental agreement and make recommendations for changes to that document. New Project: David Hall opened discussion concerning a new project for the Lake Hughes area that may involve the LCC. The project is to create a cooperative of growers of CBD cannabis in Lake Hughes. The project has gained interest and momentum based on recent changes to laws and anticipated further changes to laws that would allow cannabis production. LCC could be part of the administration of the project and LCC could benefit financially. CDB cannabis hemp oil is a medically beneficial high dollar product. The proposed co-op would employ up to 50 local residents involved in administration, financial, legal, cultivation, manufacture, production, distribution, security, and maintenance aspects of the business. Mina Strickland explained that private financing would be available to launch the project. Mina further explained that her network of experts would help make the project a success. Tom J. suggested that a GANT chart be prepared for the project to help everyone understand what would happen and when. David H. got a sign-up started of attendees and this newly formed committee will work up details of the project. Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 9:00 pm.