Oakes Estates Advisory
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
December 2, 2003

Board Members In Attendance

Karl Fry 
Bob Walker 
Chuck Cannaday
Mark Smith 
Denny Baker
Ray Russell
Jim Rice
Diane Corbett 
Rob Corbett
Lisa Absher 
Debbie Mosher
 
Call to Order / Quorum / Past Minutes

Meeting was called to order at 7:05 by President Karl Fry. A quorum of Board members were present. The minutes of the previous meeting of November 4, 2003 were approved and have been posted on the web site.

Report of the Treasurer

Treasurer Denny Baker reported that the committee had $2750 in the bank and there had been no transactions this month.

Old Business

Street Renaming

Peter Goodin informed us that 10th and 12th streets had been approved for a name change at the last BCC meeting. The signs will be ordered soon and will be put up immediately after residents on those streets receive official notification in the mail from the county that the name change is in effect. Again the residents should wait until they receive these letters from the county before moving ahead. He also informed us that individual residents do not need to file change of address cards with the Post Office; it will only confuse the matter. He stated that he has used $197. of the $200. the Board had given him and that he would require approximately $60-75 for the new signs.
Motion: Chuck Cannaday proposed that the Board give Peter the necessary funds for the completion of the street renaming issue. Mark Smith seconded.
Voted on and Passed. 

Faith Community Church

The Church's application for a child care and pre-school facility will be decided at the December 16th BCC meeting. Russell Budd, chairman of the Collier County Planning Commission and also a resident of Oakes Estates spoke at the meeting, sharing with us the results of his recent meeting with the Pastor, the church's attorney Rich Yovanavitch, and planner, Bill Hoover. 

Russell has attended Faith Community Church several times but is not a member. He lobbied the church's team to change their application, recommending a single phase of 45 students, because that's the maximum the current facility can now handle without infrastructure changes to the road, sewer, septic, and the building itself. An intensive discussion followed with many asking questions to Mr. Budd. It was decided that a motion would be made to capture our best compromise offer to be voted on.

Motion: A motion by Mark Smith that (A) the Board would accept the offer of 45 students with the understanding that the Church could not reapply for enlargement until 5 years after the completion of Livingston, Logan and Collier Blvds and also agree that no alterations would be made to Oaks Blvd. in the way of turn lanes or traffic lights onto Hidden Oaks lane. Also that the Oakes Estates neighborhood would have second priority, just behind church members and regular attendees.

Motion was seconded by Lisa Absher. 
Proposition (B) was that the Board continue it's opposition to any changes in the present use of the Church.
Voted on. 6 in favor of proposition (A ) and 5 in favor of proposition (B). Motion that the Board would go with proposition A was passed. 

Neighborhood Park 
A site surveyor from the county informed us that the acreage for the park on the SW corner of 20th and Oaks consisted of 95% wetlands leaving approximately ¼ to ½ acre of usable land. It was discussed that this may be a good area to consider having and keeping as green space. A committee including Jim Rice, Lisa Absher, Stan Mosher and Rick Smith were going to get together a make up a survey that could be circulated through the neighborhood so the Board could get some idea how the residents felt about obtaining this land to be used as a neighborhood park.

Motion: Ray Russell made a motion that we allow the Neighborhood Park committee access to $75. to purchase the residential mailing list from the County for the purpose of this survey and any future needs of this information. Seconded by Chuck Cannaday. Voted on and Passed.

Litter Prevention and Clean-Up: Jim Rice informed us that he had spoken with Wiegold who told him they used to sponsor a boy scout troop to clean up along Oaks Blvd. but with all the traffic it became to dangerous to have the kids out there so they cancelled their support. Wiegold offered to donate to the Board the vests and sticks that were used for the clean-up. It was suggested that we could make this a Board project in the future. Further discussion is needed on this subject.

A motion was made to adjourn this meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 8:45 by President Karl Fry.
 

Oakes Estates Advisory
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
November 4, 2003

Board Members

In Attendance
Karl Fry 
Bob Walker
Mark Smith 
Denny Baker
Ray Russell 
Jim Rice
Diane Corbett 
Rob Corbett
Lisa Absher

Call to Order / Quorum / Past Minutes

President Karl Fry called meeting to order at 7:05. A quorum of Board members was present. The minutes of the previous meeting of October 7, 2003 were approved and have been posted on the web site.

Report of the Treasurer

Treasurer Denny Baker reported that the committee had $2,800 in the bank after a check for tax preparation from the previous month had cleared.

Old Business

Street Renaming

It was reported that letters had been received from the county informing residents of 14th through 24th that their street names had been legally changed and that residents had 90 days to change their street signs and mailboxes, mail will continue to be delivered with the old addresses for a year. Chairman Peter Goodin was not present at this meeting so an update on the arrival of the new street signs was not available. 10th and 12th Avenue renaming should be presented before the county board at the November 18th BCC meeting and at that time should be approved barring any unforeseen complications.

Faith Community Church

The Church's application for a childcare and pre-school facility has been postponed until the December 16th BCC meeting. We have been in touch with a Land Use attorney who will research the Golden Gate Area Master Plan (GGAMP) and Land Development Code will advise us on our options in the matter of the Church's application.

Neighborhood Park

Amanda Townsend, a manager from the county Parks & Recreation Department informed us that the acreage for the park on the SW corner of 20th and Oakes consisted of 95% wetlands leaving approximately ¼ acre of dry land. Use of approximately ½ acre for a park is possible within the county's Neighborhood Park program budget for improvements, even including costs for mitigation (preserving wetlands in another area in return for using a little bit of this property's wetlands for the park). It was discussed that a positive impact from creating a park is that the county would clear tropical species (ie. Melaleuca and Brazilian Pepper, etc.) and would then maintain it, providing a significant area of preserved green space within our neighborhood. 

The property is owned by the Golden Gate Land Trust (GGLT) and reserved for school use. However, the parcel is not of great value to the school district, so Karl Fry and Jim Rice will attend an upcoming GGLT Advisory Committee meeting and request that this property be given to Oakes Estates for use a park and preserve. Our neighborhood park committee would then work with the county to design a park that was agreeable to the majority of Oakes property owners. 

A Motion was made by Denny Baker to continue to pursue the acquisition of this land for the purpose of use by the neighborhood. Seconded by Jim Rice. Voted on and Approved.

Storm Drainage Problems

Mark Smith will work with the county's Storm Drainage department to pursue getting our swales on the list for the county survey this winter.

New Business

Neighborhood Break-ins

There have been reports of home break-ins and attempted robberies in our neighborhoods. It is advised that residents take the necessary precautions needed and to be especially alert in the hours between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. when these attempts have been made in the past. Director Ray Russell volunteered to follow up these reports with the police and advise us at our next meeting on any steps we as a community can take to stop this potentially serious problem.

Next Neighborhood Mailing

It was discussed that a letter will be sent out to the neighborhood in January detailing the committee's agenda covering the past year and the issues/projects anticipated for the next year. Membership dues will also become an issue in the letter as well as upcoming elections for seats on the Board in February. 

Litter Clean up

A resident of our community Hiram Garcia spoke to the Board about his concerns with the speed of the traffic passing his home everyday. He was also very concerned with the amount of pollution and garbage being left on the sides of our roads from these passing motorists. He wanted to ask the Board about requesting county signs that would threaten fines for littering. It was also discussed whether Wiegold Air Conditioning was still looking after the road since they were the Adopt-a-Road patrons. We were also going to look into asking a neighborhood church about sponsoring a Boy Scout troop etc…to pick up the litter meanwhile earning a badge for community service.

Adjournment

A Motion was made by Ray Russell to adjourn this meeting. Seconded by Jim Rice.
President Karl Fry adjourned the meeting at 8:05.


Oakes Estates Advisory
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
October 7, 2003

Board Members

In Attendance

Karl Fry

Denny Baker

Rob Corbett

Chuck Cannaday

Lisa Absher

Bob Walker

Diane Corbett

Ray Russell

Jim Rice

Mark Smith

Call to Order / Quorum / Past Minutes
Meeting was called to order at 7:05 p.m. by President Karl Fry. A quorum of directors was present. 

Treasurer’s Report

Denny Baker reported that there had been 0 checks written and the balance remained at $3000.00. 


Old Business

Status of Street Renaming

Peter Goodin reported that the application for street renaming had been approved from the BCC for streets 14 through 24. He stated that the county would be sending out letters informing residents of the name change and at that time residents will be able to begin using their new street names. The mail will be delivered with the old addresses for up to a year to give people time to change. 10th and 12th avenues have not yet been presented to the BCC for approval due to an advertising error by the Naples Daily News (10th) and a resident objection (12th). The resident objection on 12th has been rescinded and that petition has now been re-submitted. The county has insisted that both streets be approved at the same time—they were unable to get these streets on the October 28th agenda so they will both be approved at the November 18th BCC meeting, barring any unforeseen circumstances.

New Street Signs

Peter Goodin reported that we can go ahead with the new street signs. They will be the same size and style we now have—green with white lettering, six-inches high with 4-inch high letters. Peter has found a company that can make the signs, saving $600-$700 from the county price. We will have to mount the signs ourselves since we are not purchasing them from the county, but once they are installed, the county will maintain them and replace them as needed in the future.

A Motion was made by Chuck Cannaday that we approve funds to be allocated for the purchase of these signs. Seconded by Jim Rice. Voted on and Approved.

A Motion was made by Ray Russell that when approval from the county to officially change our street names arrives that we go ahead and replace the old signs with the new signs without delay. Seconded, Voted on and Approved. 


Faith Community Church’s application for a childcare / pre-school

Karl Fry and Ray Russell had just returned from meeting with the Pastor and his son-in-law and the designated intermediary Mark Strain. They reported they had presented the Pastor with our solution for the problem of daycare traffic on our roads by proposing that the Church open with 35 kids then increase their enrollment only after they build a bridge across the canal to the commercial property on the west side of the Church thereby closing off any entry from Oaks and 22nd Avenue. Mark Strain’s experience and research indicated a price of $250,000 or more. This was met with refusal by the church due to the price of such an undertaking. The Pastor indicated the only compromise approved by his board at this time is 50 kids up front and 100 after the completion of the three roads--Logan, 951,and Livingston. They were willing to reserve a percentage of slots for Oakes neighborhood children, on a first-come first-served basis. A lengthy discussion was held with our Board and members of residents in attendance, with almost a nearly unanimous majority believing that we had tried our best to come up with a workable solution with the Church and that even the minimum number of students requested by the church for this business was just too many as long as access was from 22nd Avenue NW. 

A Motion was made by Bob Walker that we proceed with the wishes of the neighborhood and not continue with any compromises with the Church. This was Seconded by Mark Smith, Vote was taken with 8 approving and Ray Russell abstaining. Motion was passed.

It was discussed that we would have 5 speakers appeal to the BCC at this important meeting. The speakers were to get together and discuss strategy later this month.

Neighborhood Park

Karl Fry reported that the parcel at 20th and Oakes is owned by the Golden Gate Land Trust, and set aside for the school district. But the schools have no known use for this land. The county Department of Parks & Recreation has gotten us on the agenda for the November meeting of the Golden Gate Land Trust’s advisory board, in order to petition them to grant us the land at no cost for use as a neighborhood park. The county still has not surveyed the parcel to tell us how much of the land is usable for a park. We are told that the land is too expensive to be purchased under standard guidelines within the county’s neighborhood park program. It would cost approximately $270,000 to buy and their budget is only $155,000 per parcel. FYI, the county’s budget for improvements (facilities) for each neighborhood park is $85,000.

Storm Drainage

Karl Fry reported that he spoke with Robert Wiley of the county’s storm drainage division under the transportation department. The county has a program to survey and correct swale and culvert problems, but only has one surveyor and his assistant assigned. He felt we should be able to get on the schedule to get our roads surveyed this winter. They are trying to request budget not only to dig out swales, but also to replace culverts that are too high. Since these are private property, this is currently a big problem because homeowners are refusing to spend the money. This issue has been handed over to Vice President Mark Smith for follow-up. In the meantime, the county supports our efforts to work together with our neighbors to tackle problem spots. It may be a while before the county would actually be able to dig out our swales where needed.


New Business

Business Links on our Web Page 

It was discussed whether we should pursue putting neighborhood business ads on our website thereby making revenue for the Oakes Estates Advisory’s general fund.

A Motion was made by Ray Russell that Chuck Cannaday write up a policy concerning the logistics and costs of business ads on the website to review at our next meeting. Seconded and voted on. Vote taken with one member abstaining and one member opposed, 6 in favor. Motion Passed.

Open Board Position

Since the resignation of Tim Lee from our Board, the by-laws require selection of a replacement. Ray Russell nominated Lisa Absher for the Board, and seconded by Chuck Cannaday. She agreed and the vote was taken. We welcome Lisa to the Board.

A Motion was made by Mark Smith that we adjourn this meeting. Seconded by Denny Baker. 

Meeting was adjourned by President Karl Fry at 8:40 p.m.

 

Oakes Estates Advisory
SPECIAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
September 29, 2003

Board Members in

Attendance
Karl Fry 
Denny Baker 
Rob Corbett 
Chuck Cannaday 

Guest Mark Strain, Collier County Planning Commission

Bob Walker

Diane Corbett

Ray Russell

Jim Rice

Call to Order / Quorum / Past Minutes

Meeting was called to order at 6:05 p.m. by President Karl Fry. A quorum of directors was present. 

Current Business

Faith Community Church's application for a childcare / pre-school:

At our last meeting, the Board voted to accept Russell Budd's proposal that Mark Strain be selected as an intermediary between Oakes Estates Advisory and the Faith Community Church. Mark accepted, much to our appreciation, and for this reason we had a special meeting of the Board. We discussed our options with Mr. Strain on the issue of compromise with the Church. He had spoken with representatives of the church last Thursday and got some idea of what the Church was looking for in numbers of students, now that their financial analysis is complete. He indicated the church had proposed 50 students during Phase I, with Phase II growing to some significantly higher number after Logan and Livingston are completed between Vanderbilt Beach and Immokalee, and 951 is six-laned. He estimated that the church would approximately want to double its childcare/pre-school operation during Phase II, to about 100 students.

Mr. Strain then left the meeting, leaving the Board to discuss privately how to respond. A long and detailed discussion followed. 

A Motion was made by Bob Walker that the Board should offer a compromise to the Faith Community Church to allow for 35 students initially, but extending up to 120 students at which time that entry from 22nd Avenue NW is closed off and a private entrance is constructed from the adjoining commercial property (across the canal).
Seconded by Denny Baker
Vote taken. 6 to 2 in favor
Motion Passed.

A Motion was made by Jim Rice the that Board authorize the use of funds in the amount of $1250.00 to engage the services of an attorney to research issues concerning our rights and options with this important application and to represent the Committee at the Board of County Commissioners upcoming meeting on June 28th.
Seconded by Chuck Cannaday
Voted on and Unanimously Passed 

Neighborhood Park: We are waiting for the county to survey the proposed site on the SW corner of 20th and Oakes Blvd. They will be looking for wetlands and exotic species of plants in order to determine how much of the land can be used.

A Motion was made by Chuck Cannaday to table further discussion of forming a special committee to oversee the possibility of creating a Park on the southwest corner of 20th and Oakes until our next meeting. Seconded by Debbie Mosher. A discussion ensued and it was decided that this issue needs to be addressed quickly due to the county's fiscal year coming to a close and selection of park sites for next year (beginning October 1st) in the near future. The motion was rescinded.

A new motion was made by Chuck Cannaday that we immediately form a committee and formally pursue a neighborhood park. Seconded by Debbie Mosher. Approved unanimously.

A committee of three members, Rick Smith, Jim Rice and Stan Mosher was chosen to follow up on this issue. 

Adjournment
A Motion was made by Bob Walker to adjourn this meeting.
Seconded by Rob Corbett.
Meeting was adjourned by President Karl Fry at 8:50 p.m.

 

Oakes Estates Advisory
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
September 3, 2003

Board Members in

Attendance
Karl Fry 
Mark Smith
Denny Baker 
Diane Corbett
Rob Corbett 
Debra Mosher
Chuck Cannaday
Call to Order / Quorum / Past Minutes

Meeting was called to order at 7:05 p.m. by President Karl Fry. A quorum of directors was present. The minutes of the previous meeting of August 5, 2003 were approved and have been posted to the website.

Treasurers Report

Treasurer Denny Baker reported that the Advisory has approximately $3000.00. He also reported that there was no need to change our tax status as we are already a non-profit organization. He reported that our taxes for the year 2002 had been completed and filed. Denny performed the work for a fee of $250.

Current Business

Street Renaming: Peter Goodin reported that he is looking for an outside vendor to provide our new neighborhood signs. He felt that we can get basic green signs with white lettering at a significantly-reduced rate compared to the $100 per street the county would charge. We have clearance from the county to install them ourselves. 

He also wondered introduced the option for extra large signs --9 inches high instead of the 6 inches they are now. He is going to find out the relative costs and inform us at the next meeting, at which time we will decide which size and color we would like. Either Blue or Green with white lettering are acceptable to the county and will be maintained by the county. Any other style is considered 'decorative' and would be our responsibility to maintain. 

Signs placed at the Oakes end of each avenue announce that the issue of our new street names will be placed before the County Commissioners for approval at their September 23, 2003 meeting and if uncontested should pass. The new names will be immediately active. All mail will automatically be forwarded from our old street names for a period of one year. It will be the responsibility of each homeowner to submit change of address forms to friends and businesses.

Faith Community Church's application for a childcare / pre-school:
  • Selection of an Intermediary was discussed. A Motion was made by Chuck Cannaday and seconded by Denny Baker to discuss with Mark Strain the possibility of his being an intermediary between our community and the Church. A stipulation was also added that any intermediary chosen would not have the authority to make any decisions without the Boards approval. A Vote was taken with 4 members voting for and 3 against. Motion Passed. 
  • Selection of an Attorney was discussed. A Motion was made by Chuck Cannaday that we should research finding a Land Use Attorney to help us in our presentation to the Commission. Seconded by Denny Baker. A Vote was taken and Motion Passed.

Neighborhood Park: We are waiting for the county to survey the proposed site on the SW corner of 20th and Oakes Blvd. They will be looking for wetlands and exotic species of plants in order to determine how much of the land can be used.

A Motion was made by Chuck Cannaday to table further discussion of forming a special committee to oversee the possibility of creating a Park on the southwest corner of 20th and Oakes until our next meeting. Seconded by Debbie Mosher. A discussion ensued and it was decided that this issue needs to be addressed quickly due to the county's fiscal year coming to a close and selection of park sites for next year (beginning October 1st) in the near future. The motion was rescinded.

A committee of three members, Rick Smith, Jim Rice and Stan Mosher was chosen to follow up on this issue. 

New Business

White rocks/shells deposited along our streets: A resident asked whether the county was planning to plant grass where they have left this material. Russell Budd assured us that these rocks/shells were laid down in order to reinforce our newly-paved roads and keep them from deteriorating. The county will be doing nothing further.

Pothole at 12th and Oakes: A resident reported a sizable pot-hole and wash-boarding of Oakes near 12th Avenue. Norman Feder has been emailed with a request to get it fixed.

Adjournment

A Motion for adjournment of this meeting was made by Mark Smith and seconded by Rob Corbett. The meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m. by President Karl Fry.

 

Oakes Estates Advisory
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
August 5, 2003

Board Members in

Attendance
Karl Fry 
Mark Smith 
Chuck Cannaday
Denny Baker 
Bob Walker
Jim Rice
Ray Russell
Tim Lee 
Judy Lee (for Diane Corbett)
Robert Corbett 
Debra Mosher
Call to Order/Quorum/Past Minutes

Meeting was called to order at 7:05PM by President Karl Fry. A quorum of Board members was present. The minutes of the previous meeting of July 1, 2003 were approved.

Treasurer's Report

Treasurer Denny Baker reported that the Committee had $3070.00 . 

CURRENT BUSINESS

Street Renaming: Peter Goodin reported that our applications for all 8 streets have been deemed to meet requirements by the Planning department. Planning is ready to go before the County Commissioners for final approval on the "consent agenda," items that are generally passed without incident. The next meeting is on Sept. 23. If no objection, the county will schedule a neighborhood meeting to inform us of timelines, notification procedures, etc. Peter spoke with Mr. Andrew Marks. He said an additional $100.00 will be needed for each new street sign, but Peter is researching sources where we can obtain them at a lesser cost ourselves. After the BCC meeting the names will officially change, but our old addresses will work for a period of one year.

CPA/Tax Status Change: Denny Baker reported that he needed to review the 2002 records before turning them over to a CPA. Mark Smith made a motion to proceed with status change from a for profit to a non-profit status. Jim Rice seconded. Motion was approved unanimously. It was also moved and unanimously approved that Denny would complete the Oakes Advisory's 2002 tax return and take it to the CPA for review.

Faith Community Church Update: Faith Community's request to add a child care and preschool has been delayed again until the next county commissioners meeting, around September 5th. The county is checking the purpose and intent of the Golden Gate Master Plan. There are still some questions as to whether intent was to pass from commercial through residential or vice-versa. Faith Community still intends to pursue its child care and pre-school application, with traffic access via 22nd Avenue NW. 

Potential Neighborhood Park: A meeting is scheduled for Aug. 20th at 9:00 with Commissioner Henning, Rick Smith, Karl Fry and Jim Rice to discuss possibility of a park on the southwest corner of 20th and Oakes. Mr. Smith lives just south of the proposed site.

New Street Signs: New red and white banners were discussed. It was proposed that the first line read : NEIGHBORHOOD SUPPORT NEEDED NOW and second line saying: WATCH FOR UPCOMING INFO. A final decision is yet to be made.

NEW BUSINESS 

Water Drainage: Barbara Kerby, from the South Florida Water Management District, Big Cypress Basin along with Steve Nagel, regulations and Kyle Hall, staff engineer were special guest speakers. They discussed water drainage, flood protection, overall flow, primary and secondary systems , water quality and quantity in our area and surrounding areas. They manage the large canals in the drainage system. The county storm water department manages the smaller canal at the western border of our neighborhood and the drainage swail along the eastern border. The contact person for county storm water is Robert Wiley at 732-2501. They might also help us with problems regarding the swails in front of our homes.

Vanderbilt Beach Extension Update: Bob Walker attended the public hearing. He said there was a large turn out and that the presentation was very good. The intersection at Vanderbilt and Oakes will be widened 8 feet on the west side of Oakes northward to 10th Ave. N.W.. The canal running east to west below 10th Ave. will be moved to the north with a large retaining pond. Vanderbilt will be widened mostly toward the south side. This 6-laning project will take 4 years to complete. 

A motion for adjournment of this meeting was made by Mark Smith and seconded by Jim Rice. The meeting was adjourned at 8:50PM by President Karl Fry.
 

Oakes Estates Advisory
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
July 1, 2003

Board Members
Mark Smith 
Chuck Cannaday
Denny Baker 
Bob Walker
Debbie Mosher 
Jim Rice 
Ray Russell
Tim Lee 
Judy Lee (for Diane Corbett)
Voter by proxy for Robert Corbett
Call to Order/Quorum/Past Minutes

Meeting was called to order at 7:05p.m. by Vice President Mark Smith. A quorum of Board members was present. The minutes of the previous meeting of June 3, 2003 were approved.

Treasurer's Report

There was no treasurer's report.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Tax Preparation: Denny Baker reported that we are still looking for a CPA to change our status from a for profit to a non-profit status. We are paying higher taxes with our present status. Karl Fry may have a possible CPA.

Faith Community Church Update: Bob Walker reported that the commissioners' vote was postponed by the petitioners until Tuesday July 29. 

NEW BUSINESS

Water Drainage: Residents are concerned about high water levels with recent rains. Mark Smith suggested we invite Steve Ladd from the South Florida Water Management to attend our next meeting and explain neighborhood drainage, culverts, and maintenance responsibilities.

Potential Park on Vacant Lot at SW Corner of 20th and Oakes: Commissioner Henning contacted Karl Fry a couple of weeks ago concerning the possibility of a park going in on the south corner of 20th and Oakes. Rick Smith lives just south of the 5-acre lot. The commissioner indicated that the lot is owned by the county and that he would like to visit the site with Rick and a board member following his vacation, in order to assess Rick's views of having a park next door. The commissioner is on vacation until July 24th.

Signs: Chuck Cannaday made a motion to have 2 new banners made for upcoming commissioners meeting. Jim Rice seconded the motion. The vote was 3 for and 5 against. Another motion was made by Denny Baker to get 2 new signs, use the 2 existing signs, small signs at the end of each street and flyers on mailboxes. The vote was 7 for and 1 against. Denny Baker also made a motion to cap the cost at $500.00. Chuck Cannaday seconded. The vote was 8 for 0 against.

A motion for adjournment of this meeting was made by Jim Rice and seconded by Chuck Cannaday. The meeting was adjourned at 7:35 by Vice President Mark Smith.
 

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