Lake Buel District Board Meeting 11/19/19

Lake Buel District Board Meeting
November 19, 2019
28 Corashire Road, New Marlborough

Members present: Peter Hagen, Kyle Pierce, Chris Hassett, Mark Amstead, & Wayne Dolby.
Meeting was called to order by Chairman, Mr. Hagen at 7PM.
A motion was made, seconded and so voted to approve August 17th minutes as amended.
Old Business:
Email list: Mr. Hagen presented an email list that Mrs. Ginny Hyde has been working on, but more email addresses are needed for the Monterey side of the lake. The Board decided to put a notice in the tax bills requesting email addresses.
Audit: LBD Treasurer mentioned that Mr. Thomas Scanlon has contact her but hasn’t schedule a date, and she’ll reach out to Mr. Scanlon if no contact has been received from him by next week.
The Board discussed the level of the lake which is still high – Mr. Hagen will contact Mr. Eric Ives.
Mr. Amstead meet with Mr. Gary O’Brien and Mr. Chuck Wyman regarding the debris clean up. Mr. Amstead mentioned that the dam is blocked with shrubs and muck. Mr. Amstead also said that Mr. O’Brien labor is $45.00 an hour times 5 guys and will use 2 ton dump trucks to remove the debris.
The Board discussed that it was a good idea to have the harvester on the lake later in the season.
Mission: The Board discussed a mission for the Harvester operations, Mr. Hassett will compose a mission statement.
Water Testing: Mrs. Pierce mentioned that Ms. Shannon Poulin has not been paid for the testing done, and she is owed for 8.5 hours. The Board would like to receive the weekly results and where the area is that is tested. A motion was made, seconded and so voted to pay Ms. Poulin for the 8.5 hours.

New Business:

Mrs. Pierce mentioned that the Town of Monterey wanted support for a grant that they are applying for, to repair the old stone dam behind the library. Mrs. Pierce also stated that the grant needed to be submitted so she signed the grant applicant on behalf of the Board.

The Board review the bank accounts balance and noticed that the new bank is giving great interest.
The Board began to discuss what they could possibly use free cash for on the upcoming annual warrant.
The Board discussed that they are very happy with the work Mr. David Ziegler has done for the District. A motion was made, seconded and so vote to purchase a gift certificate to the Old Mill Inn.
Next meeting is scheduled for January 2nd at 4PM, Mr. Dolby residence – 28 Corashire Road.

A motion was made, seconded and so voted to adjourn at 7:32PM.

Respectfully submitted,
Kathy Chretien, District Clerk