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From the Fall membership meeting 8/31/14 Please click here for a PDF of the full financial report
The following are proposed changes to the Coyle Community Club Dock Rules as presented at the Fall Meeting of 2014. They will be submitted for voting at the 2015 Spring Membership meeting and would modify the rules if accepted by a majority of voters at that meeting. Additions are printed in red. Deletions are indicated by [ ].
Dock Rule 4 currently reads: Continue reading
The meeting was called to order at the Coyle Community Center August 31. There was a quorum of 22 members attending.
Reports by the Officers and Committee Chairs were presented. Rob Stafford, President, thanked everyone for attending and thanked the board members for their active involvement in the management of the club’s business this year.
Information for the membership at large included:
- Reminder to clear and manage the road drainage and culverts for your CCP property to maintain the condition of the roads.
- Reminder to attach their new year 2015 dock sticker when they receive it so that members’ boats are identifiable.
- Lastly, commercial activity on the dock is not allowed per our tidelands lease and dock rules. Members are asked to note date and time of any incident or unauthorized usage of the dock and notify a board member.
Elections were held and the following nominees were elected for next year:
President: Dennis Schmitt
Vice President: John Bell
Secretary: Carol Robinson
Treasurer: Wendy Stafford
3-year Term Director: Paula Vine
2-year Remaining Term Director (Schmitt vacancy): Jackie Gardner
Note: 1-year Remaining Term Director continuing: Mike Shupe
1-year Directorship of Out-going President: Rob Stafford
There were no volunteers at this time to perform the review of our club bank statements and recorded deposits and expenditures. The Board will appoint an Audit Committee before year-end. Please contact a board member if you are interested in helping for 2-3 hours in March to perform this review.
Notice was given of proposed changes to the Dock rules 4, 5, and 6 regarding unauthorized boats at the dock. These proposed changes will be brought for action at the spring meeting.
Unleash your inner Picasso as we get ready to spruce up the dock and launch ramp.
For the Fall work party the following tasks will be addressed.
Paint boat launch gate
Paint rail on ramp and shelter housing the gate to the dock
Paint parking stripes on Birch Street Pavement
Pour two more concrete triangles
Scrape barnacles off floats
A very successful dock work party was held on Sept 7. More patching of cracks on Birch Street to prevent water erosion, missing rubber bumpers on the dock installed, loose deck boards screwed down, rotten boards replaced, non skid material patched, marine growth scraped from the sides of dock floats, and two concrete triangles put in place were all accomplished by 16 volunteers. Many thanks to Kimberly Kinser and Ann Webster for a much appreciated lunch and to Chris McLane for putting together a great team of volunteers.