GCCHLA Board Meeting - August 7, 2010
GCCHLA MEETING August 7th, 2010
Location: Vogt's Home
Attendees (Board Members/Alternates):
DePoyster, Curtis & Tina
Gallaher, Judy & Dave
Next Meeting: TBD
Previous Meeting Acceptance: Previous meeting minutes were accepted.
meeting was aimed at road maintainence discussion and included the
following home and landowners: Rusty Stewart, Kevin Umlauf, Charlie
Koopman, Lance & MariJo Crouse, and Charles Roberts.
- Amy Karshbaum tendered her resignation as Vice President.
A motion was made to wait until the next meeting to nominate a
replacement.The motion passed with all board members in attendance in
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to the move of the annual meeting to June this year (in an effort to
get more up-front road donations), board elections are not currently
planned for the November meeting.
A motion was made to wait on a board elections until next June (the new
planned annual meeting date).The motion passed with all board members
in attendance in favor (and with the understanding that this decision
could be revisited if anyone feels that a sooner election is warranted).
Bottomley is heading up the Road Committee charged with determining
what is and is not possible with regards to road improvements this year
with the available funding.
- An initial road survey was held on August 11th.
- A follow-up survey is planned for Sunday August 12th (and occurred).
we have available in the Gulch, much of the equipment needed for road
improvements, we are lacking a dump truck and a water truck.
- There was a general consensus that it would be irresponsible to
attempt grading on many of the roads in the York Gulch area without
bringing in road base.
A motion was made to spend $3500.00 on road improvements this year
commencing over the next six weeks and being organized by John
- The motion carried with all board members in attendance in favor with the exception of Sergio who opposed the measure.
- There was discussion on the
- Charlie Koopman indicated that it was his understanding that when the York Gulch area was being developed
that agreements had been made with the county commissioners in support
of the roads. He will look into past history and rulings by the
county with regards to the roads to see if there anything that may be
pursuedto help out with the improvement of the roads.
Report (Karen Aragon -
Aragon, provided the current account balances.