Date: February 8, 2012

 

Attendance

Board Members

Present: David Decker, Jason Hicks, Joe Nicoloff, Jim McCann, Don Austin, Scott Weber, Gary Kluckman.

††††††††††† Quorum Present: Yes

 

Others Present

††††††††††† Holishor Members Present 7

††††††††††† Glenn Dalton and Michelle Smith from Holishor Office.

 

Proceedings

Meeting called to order at 7:30 PM

Pledge of Allegiance Recited

 

Minutes of January 11, 2012

Jason Hicks motions to approve, Don Austin seconds

Motion carries

 

Minutes of January 25, 2012

Jason Hicks motions to approve, Don Austin seconds

Motion carries

 

Bills & Salaries

Jim McCann motions to approve, Jason Hicks seconds

Motion carries

 

Profit Loss Budget

Nothing

 

Transfers of Property

Gary Kluckman motions to approve, Don Austin seconds

Motion carries.

 

Managerís Report

Read by Glenn Dalton

 

Security Report

Read by Glenn Dalton

Gerry Theodore 1346: About how many boats are at the 22 and 28 ft. that you sent these letters to?

Glenn: We had 17 boats that were indicated at 22 feet and 1 pontoon over the 28í. The boats over 22 feet will come to the board for a variance and once approved this will go in their permanent file and this boat is allowed only for that member.

Laura Scaturro 1716: On the gentleman that is offering his services for recycling electronics is he making a profit on picking up our items?

Glenn: No, He is taking these to not for profit? The not profit people are using it for their benefit

Scott Weber: After the last rain I look at the access points into the lake and they were like chocolate milk but the north end was clear.

Glenn: Yes the 319 project is working like it was designed.

 

Security Report

Read by Glenn Dalton

Jason: Commends Public Safety personnel and the maintenance employees for their work during the ice event.

 

Treasury Report

Will be available at next meeting due to computer problems

 

Correspondence

 

Building committee report

 

Darren Onwiler 301: Letter to ask for approval of his Supra 22SSV that is 22í 6Ē long.

Jim McCann motions to approve, Don Austin seconds

Dave Decker: Do we concur with this length? How long has the boat been on the lake? This variance is only for this owner.

Glenn: We concur with the length. The boat has been on the lake since 2009. The variance is only for this owner.

Motion Approved

 

Old Business

Covenant Voting

We are currently at 836 votes. 483 ballots and 353 proxy votes.

Next meeting ideas will be discussed on how to get more votes.

 

Classes of Membership

Scott Weber: The next one is Classes of Membership.

 

(Proposed #4)

 

Classes of Membership:As authorized by the Bylaws of Holishor Association, Inc., ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP, Section 1 Ė Membership, Part C. Classes of Membership.

o   Member:Defined in the Bylaws of Holishor Association, Inc., ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP, Section 1 Ė Membership, Part A. Members.

o   Multiple Ownership or Occupancy, Rental:Defined in the Bylaws of Holishor Association, Inc., ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP, Section 1 Ė Membership, Part B. Multiple Ownership or Occupancy, Rental, and ARTICLE IV Ė DUES, ASSESSMENTS, LIENS, FEES AND INTEREST, Section 8 Ė Renting or Leasing Property.

o   Resident:Persons who legally reside with a member regardless of the existence of a biological relationship.These persons are extended the same privileges of the member with the exception that they may not be members of the Board of Directors and they do not have voting rights.As an extension of the memberís privileges, these persons must abide by all Holishor Association, Inc. Community Instruments and are subject to any restrictions placed on their host member.The host member is responsible for the actions of their residents and is liable for penalties and fines levied as a result of non-compliance.Minor children of members and residents are included in this class of membership.(Note: This class of membership may be contingent on the repeal of the Bylaws of Holishor Association, Inc., ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP, Section 1 Ė Membership, Part E. Non-Member Family.)

o   Guest:Members are permitted to host guests.All guests must abide by the Holishor Association, Inc. Community Instruments.The host member is responsible for the actions of their guest(s) and is furthermore liable for penalties and fines levied as a result of non-compliance.Property owners may not be the guest of another property owner to evade Association fees.

ß  Attended Guests:Members are allowed to host guests in reasonable numbers and for a reasonable duration.Attended guests are allowed to use Association facilities with the contingency that their host member is present and in good standing.

ß  Unattended Guests:Dues paying members in good standing are permitted to register up to five (5) unattended guests per membership with the Association office for each fiscal year (1 Jan - 31 Dec).Registered, unattended guests will receive a temporary identification card from the Association office and be allowed to use Association facilities without the host member present.These guests must produce this identification card and a photo ID upon request and comply with all Association Community Instruments.A fee of $25 will be assessed per person registered for this privilege.Registrations may be revoked at any time, with or without cause, however replacement registrations within the fiscal year will not be considered.Unattended guests are not allowed to host guests.Violations will be treated as an A Level Offense with no warnings.

o   Holishor Personnel:Holishor Association, Inc., employees are allowed to use Association facilities during their term of employment, including authorized watercraft.They must abide by all rules, regulations, and watercraft registration requirements as provided in the Community Instruments.Non-compliance may result in disciplinary action, including fines or termination.

o   Miscellaneous:A limited number of persons have authorization to use Association facilities based on legal proceedings.Such persons will abide by any/all rulings from those proceedings, as well as all Holishor Association, Inc. Community Instruments.

 

Jason Hicks: The changes since the last writing of this includes class number three called Resident, I think it was called Family of Member before, and then under resident included that the host member is responsible for the actions of their residents and is liable for penalties and fines levied as a result of non-compliance.Minor children of members and residents are included in this class of membership.(Note: This class of membership may be contingent on the repeal of the Bylaws of Holishor Association, Inc. Thatís still being looked at so that would not be included in the final rule itself but just cleaned up. The next one continues on. Itís a subcomponent of the guest membership class under unattended guest. Itís on page 4. Dues paying members in good standing are permitted to register up to five (5) unattended guests per membership with the Association office for each fiscal year (1 Jan - 31 Dec).Thereís been some discussion as to the second to the last sentence. Unattended guests are not allowed to host guests. Please feel free to comment.

Jim McCann: The members are still responsible for the actions of these unattended guests and their guests and are liable for any penalties, fines levied pursuant to Holiday Shores rules and regulations and I thought that was going to be added in here and I see that whatís actually been added in is unattended guests are not allowed to host guests.

Joe Nicoloff: From the people I talked to they keep saying this is a private association. I would like to offer a change to this proposal to eliminate Unattended Guest and Residents and replace with Associate Members.Only grown children and parents of voting members in good standing would be included.

Conversation ensues.

David Decker: I understand what youíre doing and I think itís a good attempt. Part of our responsibility is to try to make sure, the official phrase I heard many years ago was, unintended consequences, and I think thereís lots of opportunities for that here and I just want to point those out so we can either narrow the scope, put a better rule in place, clarify it a little bit, put a better rule in place or process to handle that situation. Thatís all Iím trying to do. Iím not saying what you presented is bad, wrong, I mean like I said itís a good attempt to do some things that several of the board members have presented but I think thereís some holes there if weíre going to go that route that we want to solidify.

Scott Weber: To me the, and Iím not disagreeing with you, but the rule as itís presented here allows me to pick and Jason made a point of who my five people might be. I probably wonít have five on my list anyway but it allows me the choice to determine who is going to be there. If your opening up an entire family, I think Dave made an excellent point, part of the argument was to reduce the amount of people, youíve just opened, expanded the amount of people and I think the intent of the original member designee and Jim, and tell me if Iím wrong, was specific to family members and things like that and I think thatís what you tried to do but I think this is, whatís written on unattended guests, is much clearer to me.

David Decker: Someone made the comment earlier about the rule as it was presented, how long we been working on it. I think what youíve presented Joe is definitely another prospective of it. I think there are probably some folks who would agree with that methodology. I just think if we head down that path I think itís going to take us another two months to come close to controlling it to where I think weíre almost at with the rule we have. The rule we have we talked about earlier, under unattended guests, the line says unattended guests are not allowed to host guests. The conversation that we had at the last meeting, I know I was driving it, and it was that unattended guests are allowed to host and Iíll add the word attended guests because that is currently what our member designee rule allows. I think with the revisions that weíve done to this point, on one hand with the resident rule weíre expanding the number of people weíre allowing out here, privileges and with the unattended guest weíre restricting it. I think the fee hasnít been talked about much lately, but I think the 25.00 fee is reasonable. The phrase thatís being used is, well people come out here and get to use it for 25.00. Well they get to come out here and use it 25.00 plus the fee I already paid. So itís not just 25.00 that allows them to do that. So I would actually propose that we make the one line change here to unattended guests are allowed to host attended guests and I would motion that we approve this as presented.

Scott Weber: The entire rule or the rule line?

David Decker: This rule for class of membership.

Scott Weber: Ok, Dave motioned.

Jim McCann: Second.

Scott Weber: Jim seconds. So the line is unattended guests are allowed to host attended guests.

 

(Proposed #4)

 

Classes of Membership:As authorized by the Bylaws of Holishor Association, Inc., ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP, Section 1 Ė Membership, Part C. Classes of Membership.

o   Member:Defined in the Bylaws of Holishor Association, Inc., ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP, Section 1 Ė Membership, Part A. Members.

o   Multiple Ownership or Occupancy, Rental:Defined in the Bylaws of Holishor Association, Inc., ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP, Section 1 Ė Membership, Part B. Multiple Ownership or Occupancy, Rental, and ARTICLE IV Ė DUES, ASSESSMENTS, LIENS, FEES AND INTEREST, Section 8 Ė Renting or Leasing Property.

o   Resident:Persons who legally reside with a member regardless of the existence of a biological relationship.These persons are extended the same privileges of the member with the exception that they may not be members of the Board of Directors and they do not have voting rights.As an extension of the memberís privileges, these persons must abide by all Holishor Association, Inc. Community Instruments and are subject to any restrictions placed on their host member.The host member is responsible for the actions of their residents and is liable for penalties and fines levied as a result of non-compliance.Minor children of members and residents are included in this class of membership.(Note: This class of membership is contingent on the repeal of the Bylaws of Holishor Association, Inc., ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP, Section 1 Ė Membership, Part E. Non-Member Family.)

o   Guest:Members are permitted to host guests.All guests must abide by the Holishor Association, Inc. Community Instruments.The host member is responsible for the actions of their guest(s) and is furthermore liable for penalties and fines levied as a result of non-compliance.Property owners may not be the guest of another property owner to evade Association fees.

ß  Attended Guests:Members are allowed to host guests in reasonable numbers and for a reasonable duration.Attended guests are allowed to use Association facilities with the contingency that their host member is present and in good standing.

ß  Unattended Guests:Dues paying members in good standing are permitted to register up to five (5) unattended guests per membership with the Association office for each fiscal year (1 Jan - 31 Dec).Registered, unattended guests will receive a temporary identification card from the Association office and be allowed to use Association facilities without the host member present.These guests must produce this identification card and a photo ID upon request and comply with all Association Community Instruments.A fee of $25 will be assessed per person registered for this privilege.Registrations may be revoked at any time, with or without cause, however replacement registrations within the fiscal year will not be considered.Unattended guests areallowed to host 10 guests.Violations will be treated as an A Level Offense with no warnings.

o   Holishor Personnel:Holishor Association, Inc., employees are allowed to use Association facilities during their term of employment, including authorized watercraft.They must abide by all rules, regulations, and watercraft registration requirements as provided in the Community Instruments.Non-compliance may result in disciplinary action, including fines or termination.

o   Miscellaneous:A limited number of persons have authorization to use Association facilities based on legal proceedings.Such persons will abide by any/all rulings from those proceedings, as well as all Holishor Association, Inc. Community Instruments.

 

Don Austin: Attended guests?

Scott Weber: No, host guests.

Jim McCann: Just remove the word not.

David Decker: So, I mean weíve been talking about it for a couple of months, a lot of discussion, a lot of good work. I will admit I donít necessarily agree with everything in here but thatís the whole reason we have a difference of opinions, to get what is best for the association membership, not whatís best for me or thatís for any particular board member. Itís whatís best for the association. One other line thatís been used a couple times, and that is when people moved out here they bought into a private association. We are a private association, itís still a private association, it was a private association when we had member designees and it still will be with this rule.

Jason Hicks: I actually disagree to some extent on this. I think we, by allowing unattended guests to bring out guests of their own, we make a private association semi private. I donít think this is in the best interest of the members out here and I think if thereís a number of guests that a member would like to host out here, thatís beyond five, that they donít want to deal with, they donít want to go out there and attend and hang out with, and entertain or host, I guess to use my own phrase, then I think thereís other solutions. I donít think that they need to bring a bunch of people out here and go do something else.

Don Austin: I agree with you Jason. In fact I donít even want the member designee rule. Period.

Jason Hicks: So while Iím actually in support of an unattended guest or that similar type of rule, I donít think itís appropriate for them to use watercraft without a member or a resident with them. I think itís one thing to have a birthday party and somebody wants to walk down to the park with their kid or something and use that, by all means, I think thatís fine, but itís a little bit different whenever somebodyís having a birthday party and they say, here take my boat out. Go have fun.

David Decker: And the reason for that isÖ.

Jason Hicks: Because thatís our primary asset out here and itís, thereís more at stake, thereís a liability issue in fact that was discussed here at the last meeting. We were going to try to find out what sort of liabilities there might be associated with having non-members out here. It was briefly discussed. I donít know whatever came of that. You know, and itís basically sharing one of our primary assets of the community with someone who doesnít have a stake in the community.

Jim McCann: You know it seems to me to be somewhat elitist to dictate that one asset of the community can be restricted, while all the others canít. I happen to live close to Tamarach Beach and my kids use that all the time and if one of my neighbors decides to have a party and fifty people show up on the beach and clog up the beach, which is considerably smaller than the lake, I would find that somewhat offensive. But under your philosophy, thatís ok. If I want to come up and use the tennis courts, which we have two, but somebody across the street over here decides that heís going to have a big party and half those people want to go play tennis and I come up and I canít use the tennis court, but see thatís a lesser association asset, but thatís ok, cause itís not the lake, because thatís the primary association asset. And I find that offensive.

Joe Nicoloff: Well the one thing you do have to go back to though is, in the covenants it does state the lake is for members only. It doesnít say anything about beaches or tennis courts or anything like that so, the covenants do say that.

Scott Weber: I just had a question, on the under resident, the note that you made Jason.

Jason Hicks: Yes.

Scott Weber: So thereís a bylaw change that needs to take place right? To support the resident language. Is that what youíre telling me here?

Jason Hicks: Oh Yes, thatís because under, as it stands right now, we have a bylaw that identifies a non-member family as basically a class of membership. Itís under the membership article in the bylaws and this replaces it so weíre actually going to have to adjust the reason under the proposal to resident as opposed to family of member.

David Decker: I would like to amend that motion. Maybe should we change to is, so that resident section, when you look at the very bottom, the last sentence in that section, it says the class of membership may be contingent. It should read the class of membership is contingent because this is the proposal to replace that particular membership designation.

Scott Weber: You going to second the amended motion.

Jim McCann: Yes.

Scott Weber: Jim seconds the amended motion.

Don Austin: You know we had another earlier motions to take out are not and change it to be and nothing was ever

Jim McCann: That was part of his motion. He just amended that one.

David Decker: So the two changes are, from whatís in front of us is under resident, remove maybe and change to is, and unattended guests, remove the not and not replace it with anything.

Scott Weber: You also motioned to move forward with the entire..

David Decker: This is the class of membership but that is the only changes as is presented.

Joe Nicoloff: Youíre talking about proposal number four right

David Decker: Proposal four class of membership.

Scott Weber: These two corrections plus adopting proposal number four, from what I heard. Any other comments?

Gary Kluckman: Let me try to get this straight. Dave, you said on the unattended guests, that you propose unattended guests are allowed to have guests?

David Decker: Yes sir.

Gary Kluckman: And then I hear a lot of people say, well they can bring as many guests as they want. I would like to see it if it says unattended guests are allowed to host one guest. Put a limit on it, how many people they can bring. To me if I got unattended guests, my best friend and his wife, just limit to one guest they can have.

Jim McCann: What about my brother and his two kids?

Jason Hicks: I think thereís always going to be an exception.

Gary Kluckman: I mean you guys can sit here and talk blue in the face all night long on this. You got to draw a line somewhere.

Jim McCann: I think we can put a limit on it.

David Decker: Gary, I agree there should be a limit. I donít agree with a limit of one.

Gary Kluckman: Well I just come up with a number.

David Decker: I agree, itís a great point.

Gary Kluckman: But the thing is you can talk blue in the face and you got to draw a line somewhere, or you can draw a line that says, you know what, this is private. There is no guests. Thatís plain and simple. If youíre going to bring somebody out here that person better be with you and thatís the end of it.

Don Austin: Can we split this motion up into others because one of these could be a nay.

David Decker: I donít like the resident portion, so from one side we were saying we wanted to limit what we were doing, and then on the other side weíre opening it up, so what I have proposed Iím agreeing to one I donít necessarily like, and agreeing to one that I do, so if you split it apart Iím going to vote no on the rest. Just so you know. Iíve been I think very open about my stance on all this.

Jason Hicks: Well the resident is the terminology that is used for somebody whoÖÖ

Jim McCann: Weíve hashed it to death. He just was making a point.

David Decker: Don was suggesting we split it up, I was just making the discussion of we shouldnít, and itís my motion so. We get opportunity to vote here in a second. Iíll throw out a number..10 guests.

Jason Hicks: Donít you think that expands this?

Scott Weber: How about five?

Jim McCann: I wrote down four but Iím good with five. Iím good with a limit, letís put it that way. As long as itís greater than one because that kind of defeats the purpose.

David Decker: Iíll amend the motion to be 10.

Scott Weber: maximum of 10

David Decker: Maximum of 10. As of this moment there is no second to that amendment.

Scott Weber: Anyone on to 10?

David Decker: So whatís the number?

Scott Weber: 10 dies for lack of a motion, second.

David Decker: Yep. Whatís the number guys? Right now itís unlimited. As soon as you come up with a number...

Gary Kluckman: That was just a beginning, I threw out.

Conversation ensues.

Don Austin: Thatís what Iím saying. Thatís part of your proposal and that part Iím not in favor of so I donít care what the number is.

Scott Weber: To Jasonís point, it would go back to reasonable numbers.

David Decker: But if you donít come up with a suggestion and this passes then itís unlimited.

Conversation ensues.

David Decker: Iím still at ten cause what you guys just described as reasonable is bigger than ten. If Iím on the fines committee, which I believe I am ten, fifteen could be determined reasonable depending on what theyíre doing. If my boat houses twenty people, itís reasonable. So Iím trying to limit it down to less than reasonable, ten. Anybody?

Jim McCann: I think we should see if it flies with your original proposal.

David Decker: Ok ten?

Jim McCann: No. Illuminating the word not and changing to word maybe to is, thatís what weíve got a motion and a second on right now.

Joe Nicoloff: Have we gone any farther on, are we opening ourselves up to liability on non-members being able to use the lake with action coming back against either members or us as a board because ofÖ.

David Decker: I could be sued for walking across the parking lot and getting in my car. Weíve already been sued because people were out here and got hurt. So I as a guest, or I as a member have to have liability insurance and I, according to our rules, am responsible for the actions of that individual or those individuals and therefore if somebody is going to sue their going to have to sue the member and theyíre always going to sue the association.

Jim McCann: Right. And if there, no matter what rule we pass theyíre still going to do that.I mean weíre going through that right now.

David Decker: Even if I donít allow unattended guests, if one comes out here and somebodyís trespassing and something happens weíre still going to get sued. Weíre not anymore liable at that point, in my opinion, then if we have specific rules that designate whatís allowed and whatís not. I would actually argue that by having specific rules we would be less liable. But Iím not a lawyer.

Gary Kluckman: Iíll throw a number out there, ten.

Scott Weber: Ok, so Daveís going to amend his motion to ten?

Jim McCann: Is Gary going to second it?

Scott Weber: Gary is going to second it.

David Decker: I will motion that we amend that to ten.

Scott Weber: Ok, so unattended guests are allowed to host a maximum of ten guests. Any other comments? All in favor? Ok, Dave, Jim, Gary. Opposed? So, Joe, Jason and Don vote no, I vote yes, motion passes. So Jason, on proposal number threeÖ

Jason Hicks: For lake privileges.

Scott Weber: The changes take place and finally you vote on it. On lake privileges, so we need to, under the current rule, that needs to be removed, right?

Jason Hicks: Thatís correct.

Scott Weber: Ok, so we need you to make that motion so we can start the clock on that.

Jim McCann: Itís already started.

Scott Weber: For this here? Did we read this for review?

David Decker: I thought all of this was in the original proposal?

Jim McCann: It was. We can vote on every one of these tonight.

David Decker: Including the identification stuff.

Jim McCann: Right.

Scott Weber: I need a motion and a second to remove the existing line from the lake privileges, under lake privileges out of the rules.

Jim McCann: So moved.

Scott Weber: Jim moves, Jason seconds. Any comments on this?

David Decker: So weíre talking about number three?

Jason Hicks: Right, also on page three and what this does is the lake privileges section, as it stands right now, covers Holishor personnel, so that has been replaced by the class of membership called Holishor personnel on page four.

Scott Weber: All in favor? Motion passes.

 

(Proposed #3)

 

Remove section from the Holishor Association, Inc. Rules and replace with the section ďClasses of MembershipĒ, subsection ďHolishor PersonnelĒ under Holishor Association, Inc. Rules.

 

Scott Weber: Page 2, Membership Identification.

 

David Decker: I motion we approve the rule for Membership Identification as submitted.

Scott Weber: Dave moves, Jim seconds. Any other comments on this one? All in favor? Opposed?

Motion carries.

 

(Proposed #1)

 

Membership Identification

Association facilities are for the use of members and approved classes of members as indicated in these Community Instruments.Holishor Personnel shall retain the right to verify proof of residency and membership status of any person(s) using Association facilities.

 

David Decker: I motion we approve Guest Identification, proposal number two, as submitted.

Jim McCann: I second.

Scott Weber: Dave motions, Jim seconds. Any other comments on this? All those in favor? Opposed? Motion passes.

 

(Proposed #2)

 

Guest Identification

Attended Guests do not require identification.

 

Unattended Guests must have in their possession a valid guest card issued by the Association indicating their status as an unattended guest and a photo ID.These must be presented upon request while on Holishor Association property.

 

Jason Hicks: Page 5, Member Designee. It removes member designee and sections under the boating rules.

Scott Weber: To remove from the boating rules the member designee and guest and replace it with the proposal below. Jim motions, Gary seconds. Any other

David Decker: I am trying to figure out how the unattended guest registers on boating rules.

Glenn:†† We can have Public Safety register the person.

Don Austin: This is for Unattended guest the host member is responsible for them is the guest member or the host member responsible.

Jim McCann: The host member is always responsible.

David Decker: We need to come with an understanding on whether this is a signed document in the office.

Jim McCann: What if we change the rule to mean the host member has to educate that whoever is using their boat must know all our rules and regulations. That takes the office off the hook.

 

Scott Weber: Gary motioned.

Jim McCann: The host The host member is responsible for educating theunattended guest.

Gary Kluckman: I will amend my motion to the above comments.

Jim McCann: Seconds

Scott Weber: Motion is seconded.All in favor Dave Decker, Jim McCann, Gary Kluckman , Don Austin and Jason Hicks.

Opposed:Joe Nicoloff†† Motion passes.

 

(Proposed #2)

 

Guests

Attended Guests (ref. Holishor Association, Inc. Rules, Classes of Membership for description) may operate motorized watercraft on Holiday Lake.They must acknowledge understanding of the Boating Rules and Regulations prior to the operation of any watercraft, and they must have in their possession verification of passing the State of Illinois Boating Safety Class or be at least 18 years of age.The host member is responsible for the actions of any person within/on the memberís watercraft at all times.

 

Unattended Guests (ref. Holishor Association, Inc. Rules, Classes of Membership for description) may also operate motorized watercraft on Holiday Lake.The host member is responsible for educating theunattended guest to the Boating Rules and Regulations prior to operation of any watercraft, and they must have in their possession verification of passing the State of Illinois Boating Safety Class or a photo ID indicating that they are at least 18 years of age.They must also have in their possession a valid identification card issued by the Association office authorizing their status as an unattended guest.The host member is responsible for the actions of any person within/on the memberís watercraft at all times.

 

 

 

New Business

Annual Meeting

Scott Weber: We have 2 board of director slots open. Meet the candidates night is April 20th. By-law changes we will discuss at next meeting.

This is the proposed change to be placed on the annual meeting ballot.

 

(Existing #2)

 

ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP

Section 1 Ė Membership:

E. Non-Member Family: Adult children or other family members residing with a member or members constitute guests of the member and must abide by all Rules and Regulations of Holishor Association, Inc. pertaining to guests and otherwise.(5-20-06)

 

(Proposed #2)

 

Remove from the ByLaws of Holishor Association, Inc. and replace with the section ďClasses of MembershipĒ, subsection ďFamily of MemberĒ under Holishor Association, Inc. Rules.

 

Scott Weber: I will entertain a motion to place this on the agenda for the annual meeting. Jason Hick motions and Jim McCann seconds. Motion passes.

 

Scott Weber: There is another proposal.

 

(Existing #1)

 

ARTICLE III Ė MEMBERSHIP

Section 1 Ė Membership:

D. Motorcraft Liability Insurance: Any motorized watercraft operated on Holiday Lake shall have in full force and effect a policy of liability insurance with minimum limits of Three-Hun≠dred-Thousand ($300,000) Dollars.No marine decal shall be issued by Holishor Association, Inc. for any motorized watercraft until proof of said insurance for that watercraft is provided. (5-20-89)

 

(Proposed #1)

 

Relocate in its entirety to ByLaws of Holishor Association, Inc., ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIP, Section 2 Ė Rights, Privileges, Duties and Obligations.

 

Scott Weber: I would like a motion to put this on the agenda.Dave Decker motions to approve and Dave Decker seconds.Motion passes.

 

Jeanne Vortruba 493: I want to remind everyone for the primary election is March 20th and I would like to have permission to have in the HT.

Scott Weber: No problem.

Scott Weber: Motion to adjourn. Jim McCann and Dave Decker seconds.Motion approved.

 

Open Floor:

 

Meeting Adjourns at 10:30 PM to executive session.

 

Meeting minutes submitted by Joe Nicoloff.