January 15, 2018 Board Meeting

FAHA Board Meeting January 15, 2018

The meeting was called to order by Jeff Miller at 7:07.

Jeff introduced our guests to the Board and brought them up-to-date with the recent decision by the FAHA Board in late December to move from HIP Lawyers to Ledger Square Law. A check for $2500 was sent to them to retain their services. Their rates range from $325 to $250 per hour.

The minutes of the last FAHA Board meeting on December 11, 2017 along with the ”Digital” meeting concerning change in legal representation were sent to all board members prior to tonight’s meeting. A correction was made to the number of members present (10) at the December 11th meeting.   “Digital” meetings may occur in the future, however Jeff and John would like to allow advance notice with a window of time.

Motion

Proposed by:      John Tomlinson
Seconded by:     Drew Anderson
Motion made:    To Approve both minutes, as corrected
Approved:           Yes

Neil and Marty Bryant were invited to share the unique concerns that the two homeowners north of 288th have concerning safety for aircraft crossing to the airfield. Currently there are no airplanes operating out of the two homes concerned. Locked gates, the height of fence posts (for low-winged aircraft), traffic safety, were discussed. The Bryant’s are concerned that their easement may not be viable after 2025 and would like to know if there are any guarantees that FAHA can make that would ensure that their rights. Andy suggested that there are several options for improved safety for aircraft crossing the busy road, including lights (similar to the ones by the railroad crossing) which might be controlled through an I-pad or cellphone. Jeff assured the Bryants that the Board will do everything possible to enable residents north of 288th to continue flying.

Kudos to Andy Karmy and John Tomlinson for their outstanding job on the revised FAHA Website. Who is the kid with the goggles? It’s John Tomlinson’s grandson in the Littlefield airplane. Andy would like additional articles and photos for the website.

Janet Gundlach, Treasurer’s report. In 2017, we had Income of $4275 (dues) and Expenses $8360.98:

  • Accounting fees $275
  • Post Office $108
  • License $10
  • Postage $56.15
  • Newsletter $31.28
  • D&O Insurance $902
  • Legal $5712.50 (includes $2,500 prepaid retainer)
  • CPA $1147.50
  • Picnic $108.55
  • Bank $10

Since expenses exceeded dues income (and will continue with our need for legal guidance regarding By-Laws and Articles of Incorporation for airport purchase), the Board discussed an appropriate amount for 2018 Dues and Assessments. The dues would remain unchanged at $40 per year and an assessment of $100 was agreed upon. This assessment is expected cover the majority of legal fees for the year although not guaranteed. We won’t know what to expect until we get an estimate from Ledger Square Law later this year.

Motion

Proposed by:      Robbi Broussard
Seconded by:     John Tomlinson
Motion made:    To bill $40 for 2018 annual dues with an additional assessment of $100
Approved:           Yes

John Tomlinson passed around documents spelling out requirements for LLC’s, including annual reports, filed with the State, bank accounts, and annual meetings. He reiterated our need to get updated By-Laws started. A committee, composed of Andy Karmy, Jeff Miller, John Tomlinson, and Mark Owens was created to begin a review and update to Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation.

Old Business: Doug Matuska needs to approach Rikki for the measurements of a windsock replacement. As explained to our guests, the windsock will be paid for by the Board members individually, and not out of FAHA money.

Motion

Proposed by:      Robbi Broussard
Seconded by:     Keith Hendrickson
Motion made:    To Adjourn the meeting
Approved:           Yes

Respectfully submitted,

Robbi Broussard


15 in Attendance at Broussard’s Home

Board Members present:

  • Jeff Miller (2012), President                        Telephone 253-639-1915
  • John Tomlinson (2013), VP
  • Robbi Broussard (2012), Secretary
  • Janet Gundlach  (even year), Treasurer
  • Doug Matuska (2012)
  • Keith Hendrickson (2017)
  • Andy Karmy (2017)
  • Keith Littlefield (2012)
  • Drew Anderson (2015)

 

Guests present:

  • Leone Tomlinson
  • Dick Broussard
  • Neil & Marty Bryant
  • Bob and Diane Murphy

 

December 26, 2017 Board Meeting via E-mail

FAHA Board Meeting (Conducted via E-mail) December 26, 2017

These minutes are for a virtual meeting conducted via e-mail starting December 16, 2017 and ending on December 26, 2017.

The meeting was initiated by the distribution of comments to the board from Jeff Miller and John Tomlinson (attached e-mail dated 12/16/2017) about their positive impressions of the Ledger Square Law firm after meeting with them. Jeff Miller’s e-mail included a Fee Agreement and Engagement Letter with Ledger Square Law as an attachment.

Subsequently, John Tomlinson made a motion (attached e-mail dated 12/23/2017) to engage Ledger Square and asked for a second and a vote via e-mail.

Motion

Proposed by:      John Tomlinson
Seconded by:     Robbi Broussard
Motion made:    To engage Ledger Square Law, P.S.
Approved:           Yes, 7; No, 0; (2 absent)

Yes:

• John Tomlinson (proposed motion)
• Keith and Molly Littlefield (via e-mail)
• Robbi Broussard (via e-mail)
• Andy Karmy (via e-mail)
• Doug Matuska (via e-mail)
• Jeff Miller (proxy John Tomlinson)
• Janet Gundlach (verbal)

Abstain:

• Drew Anderson
• Keith Hendrickson


Board Members Present via E-mail:

Jeff Miller, President
John Tomlinson, Vice President
Robbi Broussard, Secretary
Janet Gundlach, Treasurer
Keith Hendrickson
Andy Karmy
Keith and Molly Littlefield
Doug Matuska
Drew Anderson

The exchange of e-mails ended on December 26, 2017. Attachments follow.



Jeff Miller and John Tomlinson E-mail Review of Meeting with Ledger Square Law

Dear Board Members – Please recall our meeting Monday evening included discussion of looking for

new lawyer representation. John Tomlinson offered a lawyer recommendation from a property
management firm he has a professional relationship with. That said, the recommended lawyer was
Jason Whalen the lead lawyer in a small legal group based in downtown Tacoma. Contact was made
with Jason by phone on Thursday and a meeting set up for today, Friday. All officers were consulted
prior to a meeting time being set. John and I were available all day Friday with alternate dates to be the
middle of January . Both Janet and Robbi had prior commitments for a Friday meeting but both
encouraged the early meeting date to help move us forward.

Jason Whalen, Clemencia Castro-Woolery, and Shasta Kelley (all lawyers with the firm) met with John
and myself in their offices starting at 9:30 am and ending 10:20 am. Jason and his support staff are a
breath of fresh air. They are quick to understand our situation and goals. They are creative in their
suggestions for solutions. They are collaborative in their problem solving. I can recommend that we
proceed with Jason Whalen as a lawyer to represent our interests. The attached document is a
statement of engagement and fees. Please review it and contact John Tomlinson regarding your
comments. I will be out of town until the 28th of December.

Best regards, Jeff Miller

—–

From: flyingts@comcast.net
Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2017 12:06 PM
To: Andy Karmy; Dick & Robbi Broussard (dickandrobbi@comcast.net); Doug
Matuska (dgmatuska@netzero.net); Drew Anderson
(g.drewanderson@comcast.net); Jeff Miller; Keith Hendrickson
(n7968g@gmail.com); Molly Littlefield (mollyflittlefield@me.com); Shawn
Selander (smselander@gmail.com)
Subject: Contact with Ledger Square Law, P.S.
Attachments: Fee Agreement and Engagement Letter.pdf

I concur with Jeff’s assessment (see below). In under an hour the legal team at Ledger Square Law firm
in Tacoma had a greater grasp and far more imaginative ideas than the HIP firm had after the many
hours they invested to date. I am extremely confident that we can get a quality product from these
folks. Attached is a fee agreement and engagement letter that clearly articulates how they approach and
bill for their work. To me, their letter illustrates the kind of results I expect to see from Ledger Square.
We received nothing like this from the HIP firm.

jt


John Tomlinson E-mail Motion to Engage Ledger Square Law, Call for Discussion and Vote 12/23/2017

From: flyingts@comcast.net
Sent: Saturday, December 23, 2017 7:26 AM
To: Andy Karmy; Dick & Robbi Broussard (dickandrobbi@comcast.net); Doug
Matuska (dgmatuska@netzero.net); Drew Anderson
(g.drewanderson@comcast.net); Jeff Miller; Keith Hendrickson
(n7968g@gmail.com); Molly Littlefield (mollyflittlefield@me.com); Shawn
Selander (smselander@gmail.com)
Subject: Motion to Proceed with Ledger Square Law, P.S.

Importance: High

Hi folks,

Hopefully by now you had a chance to read our comments and look over the engagement letter. At this
point, Jeff and I are proposing that we retain Ledger Square Law to act on our behalf. Our understanding
from our initial meeting is that their initial body of work will be to review relevant materials and provide
rough estimates and guidance for the next steps. My recollection is that they thought this would involve
5 to 10 hours.

Given that the holidays are here, Jeff and I concluded that we should get board approval via e-mail since
we are unable to meet at this time. Thus, I am making a motion to contract with Ledger Square Law to
act on our behalf to create the necessary organizations to purchase the airport, assist with issues related
to the collection of funds and oversee the execution of the settlement when needed. I am asking for a
second to this motion (more than one is acceptable) and your individual votes via e-mail either in favor
or against the motion. I am voting in favor and have Jeff’s proxy to vote in favor. Please contact me
should there be any need for discussion.

I plan to print a copy of the engagement letter upon approval (assumed) and sign it prior to leaving town
in early January. I will leave it with one of the other officers to obtain the other three signatures.

Please respond as soon as practical.

Regards,
John Tomlinson
FAHA Vice President

December 11, 2017 Board Meeting

The meeting was called to order by Jeff Miller at 7:15.
Minutes from the last board meeting on October 9th, along with “Objectives and Tasks 2017 thru 2018”, and a copy of email sent to Pat Hanis (November 30, 2017) had been sent out to board members for review prior to tonight’s meeting.

The meeting was called to order by Jeff Miller at 7:15. (See attendance at the bottom.)

Minutes from the last board meeting on October 9th, along with “Objectives and Tasks 2017 thru 2018”, and a copy of email sent to Pat Hanis (November 30, 2017) had been sent out to board members for review prior to tonight’s meeting. A motion was proposed to approve the minutes.

Motion

Proposed by:      John Tomlinson
Seconded by:     Keith Hendrickson
Motion made:    To Approve the minutes of October 9, 2017
Approved:           Yes (unanimous)

Treasurer’s Report, Janet Gundlach:  a check in the amount of $206.25 was sent to HIP on November 8, 2017.  A billing of $902 for D&O Insurance through State Farm Insurance was discussed.  Other organizations have found this coverage invaluable in our sue-happy world.

It was suggested that Survey Monkey, an on-line survey tool, might be helpful to solicit homeowner opinions regarding the airport acquisition.  Short, focused surveys of approximately 10 questions could be helpful to inform the board as well as fellow home owners as to consensus opinions prior to crafting new Articles of Incorporation and bylaws.  More discussion is required to define goals.

Jeff Miller shared an article from the December 2017 issue of AOPA Magazine, “Simply the Best” about an airport owned and operated by a New York flying club.  Contact was made with the chief flight instructor/manager (and sole employee) and their treasurer.  The interest is in the similar business model including hangar rentals and gas sales.  The difference is its ownership by the flying club. Further contact could be useful to consider best practices ( www.williamsonflyingclub.com )

Jeff Miller proposed that we shift our perspective to encourage members to think in terms of being ready to buy the airport in 2025 (emphasis on 2025).   John Tomlinson disagrees with this change in tack, citing that it is time consuming, and that we have two tasks: 1) organization and 2) funding. A discussion followed about establishing savings accounts to encourage a disciplined savings plan for members. John Tomlinson said we would be better served with an escrow account with underlying contracts to control the funds, not a savings account.  The idea of helping members with saving plans was dropped.

Janet reminded us that a newsletter will need to go out to homeowners in January.  The Board will need to decide what figure would be appropriate for FAHA dues and assessment, considering the legal expenses that will certainly be forthcoming.  The favored suggestion: $40 dues (no change) and a $60 assessment.  The discussion was tabled for review next meeting.

John Tomlinson and Andy Karmy have been working on updating the FAHA website.  They scrolled through each page, eliciting comments and suggestions for improvement:

  • Move the By-Laws from page 1 to a separate page (maybe named “Legal”).
  • The map of the Crest property takes up too much room.  Maybe have it on the first page only.
  • Include phone numbers for all FAHA Board members.
  • Include a list of past FAHA Board members.
  • Add the Treasurer’s report.
  • Add a Bulletin Board where homeowners can post notices, i.e. “house for Sale”.
  • Have rolling photos on the home page.
  • Have the map in a pull-down tab.
  • Have the website “Mobile Friendly”, which could be useful for realtors (and folks under 40).

Andy showed an example of the website for Mount Rainier Chapter 326 EAA, which also contains a blog of articles written by members. Both Andy and John recommend moving to DreamHost (away from GoDaddy) as a host for ease of use and cost both.

Motion

Proposed by:      Keith Hendrickson
Seconded by:     Janet Gundlach
Motion made:    To switch FAHA web hosting from GoDaddy to DreamHost (using Andy Karmy’s www.Karmy.com)
Approved:           Yes (unanimous)

Old business:  Doug Matuska is waiting on Rikki to supply the diameter dimension (18” or 24”) before ordering a personalized windsock.  Also, not sure how we might install the windsock lacking a boom truck.

A tentative date has been set for the Next FAHA Board meeting:  January 15th at 7:00.

Motion

Proposed by:      Keith Hendrickson
Seconded by:     Andy Karmy
Motion made:    To Adjourn the meeting
Approved:           Yes (unanimous)

 

Respectfully submitted,
Robbi Broussard


10 in Attendance at Broussard’s Home

Board Members present: Guests:
Jeff Miller (2012), President
John Tomlinson (2013), VP Leone Tomlinson
Robbi Broussard (2012), Secretary Dick Broussard
Janet Gundlach (even year), Treasurer
Doug Matuska (2012)
Keith Hendrickson (2017)
Andy Karmy (2017)
Keith Littlefield (2012)
Board Members Absent:
Drew Anderson (2015)

October 9, 2017 Board Meeting

FAHA Board Meeting

October 9, 2017

The meeting was called to order by Jeff Miller at 7:15 pm.omeownersHhH  Our guest, Mark Owen (taxiway B), was introduced to the board.

 

Approval of previous minutes:

Minutes from the last board meeting on September 18th and the FAHA Annual Meeting and Picnic on October 1st had both been sent out to board members prior to tonight’s meeting. Drew Anderson questioned the statement condemning a drone operation over the runway shadowing a departing aircraft.  Jeff Miller stated the operation that was reported was inappropriate for safety reasons and inappropriate due to a lack of authorization from the airport operator – Rikki Birge.   Minutes were approved.

 

 Motion

Proposed by:       Drew Anderson

Seconded by:      John Tomlinson

Motion made:    To Approve the minutes of September 18 and October 1

Approved:             Yes

 

Treasurers report:

Janet Gundlach reported that most recent email to the general membership did not include pdf of John Tomlinson’s powerpoint presentation from the general meeting.  Too many homeowners are incapable of downloading a large file with their existing computers.  The most recent email to homeowners included the minutes of the general meeting and offered to send the presentation file to anyone interested in the report.

Janet Gundlach had sent out statements to all board members prior to tonight’s meeting.  Several checks went out recently to cover services from Oliveira, CPA and Hanis, Irvine, Prothero, Law Firm.  This has left the balance in the account at $27,981.78.

 

Motion

Proposed by:       John Tomlinson

Seconded by:      Drew Anderson

Motion made:    To approve the Treasurers Report

Approved:             Yes

 

John Tomlinson observed that we met all but one of the Objectives set out for 2017.  We were not able to “develop new draft articles of incorporation and bylaws” based on the slowness of CPA and lawyer responses.  A new set of Objectives for 2018 should be drafted for review and approval by our next board meeting.

John rediscovered passwords to the FAHA website and he and Andy Karmy will be reworking the FAHA website.  The website is Cresthomeowners.org .  Discussion followed regarding content of the web site. One suggestion, the Lawsuit information be available on the website to view.  Our homework before the next board meeting:  go to the website, recommend changes.

 

John suggested that we may want to consider raising the annual dues to $50, $60, or even $100 to be better prepared to meet legal consulting fees.  During the taxiway meetings, several home owners brought up the idea of building up a “war chest” to prepare for inevitable expenses. Drew Anderson objected to the term “war chest” (Dick suggested “Hope Chest”) and expressed concern toward mandating fees beyond our needs.  It was with general agreement that no such labels would be used when communicating with the membership. Keith Hendrickson suggested that we have the dues stay the same at $40 and add an “assessment” to the amount necessary to handle billing.

Our mandate is to be ready in 2018 with the necessary corporate structures.  After the corporate structure is in place, the unusual expenses in our budget should go down.  As background information, the first Lawsuit cost FAHA around $200,000 and the second one around $275,000 (Davis, Wright, Tremaine).  There’s no doubt that preparing Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, CC&R’s, etc. will produce legal expenses but nothing near lawsuit expenses.  The board will have to revisit this subject prior to mailing of dues assessments at the beginning of January, 2018.

 

Andy Karmy asked about general communication with Pat Hanis (HIP Law Firm) wanting to make sure that we let the Lawyers know who they can communicate with in order to control expenses.  Jeff Miller assured him that this had come up previously and the expectation is to have one point of contact between professionals and the board.

 

Janet will also send out; 1) latest financial statement, 2) updated homeowner list,3) latest FAHA bylaws to all the board members.

 

To bring our new board members up to date with current board thinking:  It is expected to implement simplified CC&R’s that would tie member properties to FAHA in exchange for access to the airport and guarantee that the airport would exist in perpetuity.  The structure and linkage of FAHA with the airport is expected through a LLC.  John Tomlinson pointed out that the linkage of the airport and the HOA are the immediate priorities with our lawyer advisors.

 

Mark Owen volunteered to locate and send out several examples of airpark articles and bylaws to the board (including Desert Aire in Central Washington).  Janet Gundlach will send out copies of (2011) FAHA By-Laws to members of the board.

 

Old Business:  Drew Anderson had requested at the last board meeting that we create a business plan for the operation of the airport.  John Tomlinson and Doug Matuska volunteered to work with Drew to formulate the plan.  Jeff requested figures reflecting cost to home owners if there is no revenue from the airport businesses.  Jeff gave the committee an estimate he had for resealing the runway.

 

Field Trip suggestion:  Candice Harvey, from the Snohomish Airport, who is the owner and operator, would be a great person to talk with regarding airport ownership.

 

Sometime in the near future we will want to survey the homeowners for their opinions.  John Tomlinson recommends Survey Monkey which allows 10 survey questions for free.  The surveys need to be tightly focused toward two or three issues relevant to home owners and their expectations moving toward airport ownership.

 

The name of Crest Airport is scheduled to change on October 15th to “Norman Grier Field”.  Doug Matuska suggested we have a windsock custom made for Rikki with the new name printed on it.  There is a need for a new windsock and this would be a nice gesture from the board.  All members of the board agreed to contribute $15 each to get a windsock for Rikki as our gift to her.

 

Motion

Proposed by:       Robbi Broussard

Seconded by:      Keith Hendrickson

Motion made:    To Adjourn the meeting

Approved:             Yes


12 in Attendance at Broussard’s Home

Board Members present:

Jeff Miller (2012), President                            Telephone 253-639-1915

John Tomlinson (2013), VP

Robbi Broussard (2012), Secretary

Janet Gundlach (even year), Treasurer

Doug Matuska (2012)

Drew Anderson (2015)

Keith Hendrickson (2017)

Andy Karmy (2017)

Leone Tomlinson

Dick Broussard

Shawn Selander

Board Members Absent:

Molly Littlefield (2012)

Guests present:

Mark Owens

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

Robbi Broussard

October 1, 2017 Homeowners’ Annual Meeting and Picnic

FAHA Homeowners’ Annual Meeting and Picnic

October 1, 2017

Eversole’s Hangar

The meeting was called to order by Jeff Miller at 4:25 PM.omeownersHhH  The main attraction of today’s meeting was to be a Power Point update by John Tomlinson (enclosed as an attachment).

 

Taxiway Meeting Highlights:  From first meeting on taxiway “A” it became apparent that homeowners want “equal ownership” model of airport ownership.  Taxiway “Delta” had 100% attendance in their meeting and telephone briefings were given to most members unable to attend.  Jeff thanked everyone for attending but included a special thank you for the hosts from each taxiway:  Verla Mellema,”A”;  Keith & Ginelle Hendrickson, ”B”; Bill & Diane Davis “C”;  Janet Gundlach, “D”; Doris Thompson, “E”, Bill & Katie Swickard, “F”; Jeff Miller, “G”; John & Leone Tomlinson, “H”; Dick & Robbi Broussard “I” Mike & Charlene McGahan, “J”; Drew Anderson & Shawn Selander “East”.  Meetings were overwhelmingly positive and shared numerous ideas and concerns going forward toward airport ownership.

 

Oliveira CPA:  Rick and Linda Oliveira in the past were accountants for the airport and they are currently accountants for FAHA regarding our annual income tax statements.  Two meetings took place this summer with the board.  Their recommendation, which the board agreed unanimously, is to own and operate the airport with the corporate form of a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) submitting annual tax statements as a C-Corp.

 

HIP Lawyers (Hanis,Irvine,Prothero):  We have had one formal meeting with Pat Hanis (specialty in LLC and small business incorporation) and Greg Cromwell (specialty in HOA formation and governance).  The next communications will focus with Pat Hanis on developing articles of incorporation for an LLC that we can bring back to the membership for review and eventual approval.  Greg Cromwell’s piece will follow after we have at least a tentative shape to the incorporation that can own and operate the airport.

 

New Business:  Election of Board Members.  Jeff explained that having served a number of years on the board and other obligations, Jerry Paterson and D. Wysong will be retiring from the Board.  Bios of four candidates (2 new and 2 previously serving) had been sent out to all homeowners last week in an email:  John Tomlinson (current FAHA VP), Drew Anderson (current FAHA Board), Andy Karmy, and Keith Hendrickson.

 

Theresa White asked for a clarification of the need for 4 candidates when only two are leaving.  Answer; 2 going off, 2 staying for reelection, therefore 4 candidates.  She also wanted to know how homeowners could be informed when Board meetings would be held.  It was explained that although Board meetings are open to any who wish to attend, meetings are held in Board member homes so space is limited. Another concern of hers had to do with representation of homeowners on the Board.  “How do we voice our concerns?” The Board is hoping that the FAHA website will be a good future outlet for conversations between Board and homeowners but please call Jeff Miller or any board member for information.

Jeff Miller invited any additional names to be added to the slate from the floor.  Having no additional names from the floor:

 

Motion

Proposed by:       Eric Eversole

Seconded by:      Mike McGahan

Motion made:    To Close and Approve the slate of 4 Candidates

Approved:             Yes

 

Jeff Miller gave thanks to both Jerry Paterson and D. Wysong for many years of service on the FAHA Board.

 

Congratulations was given to Brad Hernke and Mary who are very newly married.

 

The meeting was handed over to John Tomlinson, who gave a Power Point Presentation on Airport Purchase.  Our focus is on two points: (1) to have enough financing to buy the airport and (2) to develop an organization capable of collecting funds and possessing the authority to execute the purchase.  John pointed out that all financial numbers are only estimates, since there are so many unknowns.

 

Norm Grier has passed away and many rumors have circulated regarding Rikki’s thoughts about selling the airport.  Rumors represent risks that should be considered in light of their probability of occurring and impact on a purchase. Although there has been much speculation on “what ifs”, we need to remember that the “Settlement” is our guiding document.  Our steps to purchase the airport are legally defined and we intend to comply with the timeline.  Whether the airport comes up for sale in 2025 or sometime sooner.

 

Theresa White asked if it might be advantageous to have an appraisal done now so we could have a better idea of the purchase price.  Answer:  Without income and expense data from Crest Airport, we couldn’t have an accurate determination of the value of the Airport. An appraisal is costly and of dubious value if it is years out of date at the time of airport purchase.

 

John pointed out the three main steps in the timeline.  If we choose not to exercise the purchase option when the airport is eventually offered, we lose our settlement rights to purchase at a later time.

 

The Board will be soliciting homeowner input regarding new/revised FAHA By-Laws (probably short focused email questionaires).

 

Eric Eversole requested that we give proper respect to Rikki and her work maintaining Crest Airport.  We enjoy a wonderful airport.

 

Please don’t drive on the taxiway, even though the east side roads have some issues.

 

On September 20th a drone was shadowing an airplane during take-off.  This is inappropriate, so please talk to any operators to express our safety concerns or call Rikki Birge or any Board member.

 

The meeting was adjourned to the buffet line.

 

Board Members present:

Jeff Miller (2012), President (tel. 253-639-1915)

John Tomlinson (2013), VP

Robbi Broussard (2012), Sect

Janet Gundlach (even year), Treas.

Doug Matuska    (2012)

Drew Anderson (2015)

Molly Littlefield (2012)

D  Wysong (2013)

Jerry Paterson (odd year)

General Members present:  95 adults with 12 to 14 kids to teenagers.  52 lots represented(45%of total).

 

Respectfully Submitted,

 

Robbi Broussard