Trustee Agenda – Thursday, October 18, 2018

The Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District

Thursday, October 18.2018

6:30 p.m.

Lake Delhi Trustees Administration Building

210 South St.

Delhi, IA

 

  1. Call to Order
  2. Election of officers
  3. Consideration and approval of minutes of Previous Meetings
  4. Consideration and approval of Payments
  5. Review Financial Report
  6. Presentation by Randy Rattenborg from Burrington Group regarding flood levels on the lake
  7. Consideration and possible action on a donation request from the LDRA for assistance with the LDRA dredge debt
  8. Consideration and possible action on donation to Project Aware for river cleanup that was done in July
  9. Consideration and possible action on a proposal for annual dam inspection
  10. Consideration and possible action on request from lake owner to purchase shore frontage
  11. Committee Updates – Beach Maintenance, Lake Recreational Maintenance Issues, Dredge, Dam Operations, Water Quality, Funding/Finance, Legislative
  12. Public Comment
  13. Adjourn

Unofficial Minutes – Thursday, September 20, 2018

The Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District

Thursday, September 20, 2018

6:30 pm

Lake Delhi Trustees Administration Building

Delhi, IA

 

The regular meeting of the Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District was called to order at 6:30 pm by President Steve Leonard.

Trustees present: Leonard, Staebell, Havertape, Davidson and Burger. Gifford by phone

Trustees absent: Herman

Visitors: Linda Slobodnik, Ed Schmidt, and Larry Aschbrenner

Motion to approve the meeting agenda as read was made by Burger, seconded by Staebell. Motion carried.

Leonard opened the public hearing regarding bids for the barge. There being no comments, Burger made a motion to close the public hearing which was seconded by Staebell. Leonard stated that there were no written bids but he did receive a verbal bid from Daryl Hogan from Hillside Manufacturing for $1,275.00. With no other comments from the Board, a vote was taken to close the public hearing. Motion carried.

Burger made a motion to table the proposal from Hogan given the lack of information regarding Hogan’s intentions for use of the barge. Davidson seconded the motion. He also stated that because none of the criteria regarding the bid process was met, he felt any action should be tabled. Leonard also expressed a concern with potential issues with FEMA. Burger suggested it be tabled until next month and see if Hogan wants to submit a proposal that includes more detail. Leonard asked if the Board had any interest in marketing the barge in other publications. Davidson stated he was not happy with the publication that was in the Manchester Press. He stated the publication was so small he had trouble finding it. Because of the all the concerns expressed, the consensus was to table action on Hogan’s proposal. Motion carried.

A motion was made by Davidson to table the election of officers due to the fact that not all board members are present and he would like to have the entire board available to hold the election of officers. Staebell asked if the Board was interested in rotating the officers as was discussed last year. Davidson said he thought based on the discussion last year, that the Board members were not interested in the idea of rotating officers. Burger stated he made the suggestion last year and the Board did not accept it. Gifford stated that the action taken last year was to limit the term of office for the President to three years and he had placed it into the District Policy and Procedure manual. With no other comments, Staebell seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Motion to approve the minutes of previous meetings was made by Burger, seconded by Havertape. Motion carried.

Claims were presented for payment in the amount of $50,992.58 from the General Fund for electricity and internet services, dam operation services, beach maintenance and port-a-potties, printer maintenance, lobbyist expense, renewal of blanket insurance, LP for dam and office, dam maintenance on actuators, riprap work below dam, reimbursement for work session expense and publication expense. Staebell motioned to approve the claims for payment as read, Davidson seconded. Davidson asked a question regarding the Rotork invoice and who oversaw the project. It was noted that Colgan was present for the project. There being no other comments, motion carried.

August financial reports were presented. The Board reviewed the new format of the budget reports noting that the reports now included year-to-date information which they felt was helpful for their review. The General Fund had revenues of $178,656.04 from Delaware County and the Community Fund to Rebuild Lake Delhi and expenditures of $44,760.70, ending August at $1,901,433.83. The Debt Service Fund had revenues of $63,620.96 from Delaware County and no expenditures, ending August at $106,880.06. The Dam Improvement Fund had no revenues or expenditures and ended August with a $20,000.00 balance. Burger motioned to receive and file the financial reports as read, Staebell seconded. Motion carried.

Leonard presented information regarding the possible approval of expenditures for one-third the cost of well repairs for properties adjoining district owned properties.   He gave the board some background information regarding the proposal. The district owned property being referred to is the property the District purchased from Rusty Peck which in the past was referred to as the Rocky Nook on the south side of the dam. There’s a well that sits on a property owner’s land that has a well agreement for two other parties to utilize the well. One of those properties is owned by Kristin Nation and the other property owner is Carol Strachura. Leonard stated that because Herman is working on finding the documentation regarding the agreement and the fact that work on the well has not been completed or billed out, he would like to table any action on this agenda item. After some discussion, a motion was made by Staebell, second by Havertape to table. Motion carried.

Linda Slobodnik addressed the Board regarding the frontage at her property in the Cedars. She is concerned that the four foot of frontage is not being maintained by the District and she would like to purchase the frontage for $12.50 per foot. She stated she knew that no action could be taken at this meeting but before the next meeting she would like permission to burn the unwanted vegetation. The consensus of the Board was to allow her to clean the area and put her request on the agenda next month.

Aschbrenner asked a question about the revenues and what CFTRLD stood for. Leonard responded that it stood for the Community Fund to Rebuild Lake Delhi.

A motion was made by Burger, second by Davidson to adjourn. Motion carried.

Trustee Agenda – Thursday, September 20, 2018

The Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District

Thursday, September 20.2018

6:30 p.m.

Lake Delhi Trustees Administration Building

210 South St.

Delhi, IA

 

  1. Call to Order
  2. Open public hearing on bids for sale for lake barge
  3. Close public hearing
  4. Consideration and possible action on bids for sale of lake barge
  5. Election of officers
  6. Consideration and approval of minutes of Previous Meetings
  7. Consideration and approval of Payments
  8. Review Financial Report
  9. Consideration and possible action on of approval of expenditures for one-third the cost of well repairs for properties adjoining district owned properties
  10. Public Comment
  11. Adjourn

August 2018 Planning Session

The Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District
Board of Trustees Planning Session Summary – August 2018
Notes from Session
What is the purpose of the Trustees? (from 2017 Session)
• Own and safely operate and maintain the dam structure, land and adjacent facilities
• Set policy and organize maintenance for the entire lake area
• Set policy for water quality and recreation
• Collect and responsibly allocate tax dollar
• Represent the interests of lake residents
Priorities for the next 1-3 years – 2018-2020
1. Water Quality Management
• Invite Dennis Lyons to Trustee meeting to provide an update on septic systems
• Send a letter to Dennis Lyons from Trustees thanking him for septic system efforts and encourage him to continue the efforts to reach full compliance
• Invite DNR to Trustee meeting to discuss their role in water quality and testing. How frequent is testing and who communicates the results?
• Continue to participate in Water Management Authority
2.  Dredge and Sediment Control
Dredge
• Contract for a dredge feasibility study/plan or management plan by _______
• Set a policy for the lake dredge that includes:
o Depth standard
o Priority areas for dredging
o Recreation standards
o Safety
• Dredge site (what are requirements for the site – what upgrades are needed?)
• Invite the Corps of Engineers to a Dredge Committee meeting
Priority dredge areas:
• North Beach area and Cedars
• Linden Acres
• Maples
Sediment Control
• Mitigation priority areas to be addressed
o Quarry
o Cozy Cove – Stender area
o Schneider Cove
o Turtle Creek Cove
• Seek Delaware County enforcement of storm water management policies
• Address construction issues along the lake (sediment fences – County enforcement)
Outline overall funding and timing for the multi-year plan for dredge and sediment
3. Recreation and Events
• LDRA will reactivate – and will have 501(c)(3) status
• Set up regular communications with the LDRA
• Trustee rep will attend LDRA meetings (still needs to be decided) Steve?
• Decide what portion of the Community Fund should be transferred
• Events and activities will be led by LDRA in partnership of Trustees
4. District-owned properties – Priority properties
Lost Beach –(Larry and Dan)
• Still need to further address parking, flooding, legal easement, maintenance, garbage collection and solid waste, landscaping, and development behind the beach
• May rethink the strategy – consider starting the year without trash cans – add signs for users to haul away trash
• Look at cost options to purchase a drag that will collect rocks and debris
• Need a new person to clean the area
• Pursue collaboration with neighbors
Dam structure, land and office in the dam area (Pat and dam operating committee)
• Better security is needed for office – windows
• Surveillance cameras installed by Fall of 2018
Dam operations – (Pat and committee)
• Prepare a 2-5 year succession plan for moving to a paid operations person or larger volunteer team
• Expand the number of volunteers who assist in the interim
• Perform daily observation, maintain mechanical and electrical equipment, manage service agreements
• Resolve the access issues – consider a hard-surfaced road
North Beach – (Steve, Doug and Maggie Burger)
• Resolve legal issues with ownership
• Ties closely with dredge project and includes the Cedars
Frontage – (Doug and Steve)
• Lower priority – address as issues arise
5. Cash Reserve and Finances (Finance Committee to lead – Larry)
• Bring a recommendation to the Trustee board meeting as part of the budgeting process in February.  This will include a recommendation for a policy to create and maintain a cash reserve
• Share the policies and procedures handbook (Todd has a draft)
Other items
Wall of Recognition – (Steve, Todd and Larry)
• Identify final location
• Use plans outlined thus far and contract for a simple Landscape Architect (LA) plan to draw up final plans – Larry will review options for an LA
• Trustees will review and approve the plan
• Seek bids based on the plan
• Award contract
Safety
• An emergency action plan is in place – Delhi Fire Dept will be the key contact – plan should be updated annually
• Conduct frequent meetings with Delhi FD
• May need to offer some financial support to Delhi FD
• Reach out to Delaware County Emergency Management Commission
• Address debris clean up after floods (Todd will explore)
Lobbyist
• Consensus to continue lobbying activities.  A meeting will be scheduled for an update with Trustee(s) as needed
Committees for 2018-19
Water Quality – Doug, Steve, Bill
Dredge-Sediment – Larry, Dan, Steve
Recreation and Events – LDRA/Steve
Dam and Properties – Lamont, Doug, Dan, (Larry for Lost Beach), Pat
Wall of Recognition – Larry. Todd and Steve
Finance-Budget – Larry, Doug, Dan, Todd and Laurie

Notice of Public Hearing – Proposed Sale of Barge

 

Lake Delhi Combined Recreational Facility & Water Quality District

Notice of Public Hearing

Proposed Sale of Barge

 

The District will hold a Public Hearing during the Regularly Scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees on September 20, 2018 at 6:30 P.M. at the District Office located at 210 South Street, Delhi Iowa to consider the sale of a barge owned by the District that received significant damage during the 2010 Lake Delhi flood. Your proposal/bid shall be delivered to the Delaware County Auditor’s Office at 301 E. Main Street, Manchester, Iowa in a sealed envelope by no later than 12:00 p.m. on September 13, 2018.

All proposals shall include the price proposed to be paid for the barge, a description of the intended use for the barge and any other information deemed relevant. A committee of Board Members will meet in advance of the Public Hearing to open the proposals/bids and record the information contained therein. The Board may accept a bid or reject all submissions. The Barge is being sold as is where is and the buyer must remove the Barge from District property within a time frame agreed upon by the Board prior to the acceptance of a bid and approval of the sale/transfer of ownership. Access to the barge for removal is deemed to be good, however, buyers should inspect the property and the barge in advance of submitting their proposal. The purchase price will be due and payable to the District within seven (7) days of the Board’s approval of the bid. There is not believed to be a title or registration related to the barge and the sale will be documented by way of a Bill of Sale. Questions related to the barge may be directed to any Trustee. Inspection of the Barge may be arranged by calling Trustee Lamont Davidson at (563) 650-4516.

Minutes – August 16, 2018

The Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District

Thursday, August 16, 2018

6:30 pm

Lake Delhi Trustees Administration Building

Delhi, IA

 

The regular meeting of the Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District was called to order at 6:30 pm by President Steve Leonard.

Trustees present: Leonard, Stabell, Havertape, Herman, Gifford and Davidson

Trustees absent: Burger

Visitors: Pat Colgan, Chloe Colgan, Ed Schmidt and Doug Hawker

Motion to approve the meeting agenda as read was made by Staebell, seconded by Havertape. Motion carried.

Motion to approve the minutes of previous meetings was made by Herman, seconded by Staebell. Motion carried.

 

Claims were presented for payment in the amount of $39,141.11 from the General Fund for electricity services, dam operation services, printer maintenance, lobbyist expense, clerical/accounting services, LP tank rent and a final payment for public access work at Turtle Creek. Herman motioned to approve the claims for payment as read, Gifford seconded. Motion carried.

July financial reports were presented. The General Fund had revenues of $37,529.08 from Delaware County and expenditures of $15,596.51, ending July at $1,767,538.49. The Debt Service Fund had revenues of $7,570.18 from Delaware County and no expenditures, ending July at $43,228.91. The Dam Improvement Fund had no additional revenues or expenditures and ended July with a $20,000.00 balance. Davidson motioned to receive and file the financial reports as read, Herman seconded. Motion carried.

Doug Hawker, who was part of the Project Aware program and currently works with Burrington Group on dam operations, gave an overview of the Project Aware cleanup work that was done on the Maquoketa River including the downstream side of the Lake Delhi dam. He gave some background on how Project Aware started in 2003 and how it has continued to evolve. This year’s project was the Maquoketa River cleanup. It was known by the organization from the beginning that the most significant part of the clean up was going to be below the Delhi Dam. Total participation for this year’s project was 397 people which included all ages groups. The total amount of debris collected from below the dam to Reetz Park amounted to 5.19 ton. That was the most collected in any other area of the Maquoketa River. Some of the debris included old motors, boat lifts, tires, etc. All participants are volunteers. The costs to fund the project include expense for renting vehicles, boats and canoes; transportation for hauling volunteers from place to place; camping fees, food, shirts, misc. supplies, port-a-potties, etc. The DNR used to help sponsor the event but with budget cuts they are no longer involved. Funding comes from the non-profit organization that supports the project. Hawker asked the Board to consider giving a substantial thank-you donation for the amount of work that was done.

Leonard asked where the funding comes from and for Project Aware and stated he thought it was a 50/50 split with business sponsors and local communities.   He also noted that he assumed a donation by the Trustees would go toward next year’s project. Hawker also stated that a lot of donations were for in-kind services. Herman was able to give a listing of many of the sponsors   Gifford asked what the total budget might be. Hawker’s thought each year cost well over $100,000. After further discussion, Leonard made a motion to table making a decision on a possible donation until more information could be provided about the total annual budget for Project Aware so as to be able to determine how much the Trustees would possibly approve to the organization. Second by made by Staebell. Motion carried.

A motion was made by Staebell, second by Davidson to put the District barge up for sale and set September 20, 2018 as the date for a public hearing to accept bids for the purchase of the barge. Herman said he would draw up the language for the notice of publication. Motion carried.

Colgan gave an operations update. He noted that Brian Monk has completed the riprap work below the dam and did a very nice job and a cost less than his initial quote. He also informed the Board that Rotork was at the dam this past week to change out the actuators. Lunda, Price Electric and Jetco were also there to help with the process which included rewiring each actuator. It was noted that the drainage project on the south side of the dam is slated to start in the very near future.

Herman reported that there was a watershed technical committee meeting held in July. The group is working to keep watershed management plan moving forward.

Leonard noted that Christmas on the Lake and the Fireworks went very well.

Leonard stated he was getting some phones calls from people on the lake concerned that there needs to be more presence of the DNR on the lake because of safety concerns. Herman said he noticed the red light on Hartwick bridge that is out. The county engineer should be notified. Leonard stated he will contact the county engineer to get it resolved.

There being no public comment, a motion was made by Davidson, second by Gifford to adjourn at 7:30 p.m.

LDRA Annual Meeting – Sunday, August 26, 2018

Lake Delhi Recreation Association

Annual Meeting

Sunday, August 26, 2018

12:00 Noon

Heritage Bank Conference Room

 

 

  1. Call to Order
  1. Approve Agenda
  1. Call for nominations and hold election of Board of Directors
  1. Review Annual Financial Report
  1. Review a summary of the revenues and expenditures for the July and August, 2018 Lake Events
  1. Public Comment
  1. Adjourn

 

 

Trustee Agenda – Thursday, August 16, 2018

The Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District

Thursday, August 16, 2018

6:30 p. m.

Lake Delhi Trustees Administration Building

210 South St.

Delhi, IA

 

  1. Call to Order
  2. Approve Agenda
  3. Consideration and approval of minutes of Previous Meetings
  4. Consideration and approval of Payments
  5. Review Financial Report
  6. Presentation of the July, 2018 Project Aware Clean-up efforts on the Maquoketa River
  7. Consideration and possible action on making a donation to Project Aware
  8. Discussion and possible action to set the date for a public hearing for the disposal of public property (barge) by the Board of Trustees and direct the clerk to publish a notice of Public Hearing and the acceptance of proposals for the purchase and future purpose of the barge on September 20, 2018 at the regular board meeting on that date at 6:30 p.m
  9. Committee Updates – Beach Maintenance, Lake Recreational Maintenance Issues, Dredge, Dam Operations, Water Quality, Funding/Finance, Legislative
  10. Public Comment
  11. Adjourn

 

 

Minutes – July 26, 2018

The Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District

Thursday, July 26, 2018

6:30 pm

Lake Delhi Trustees Administration Building

Delhi, IA

 The regular meeting of the Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District was called to order at 6:30 pm by President Steve Leonard.

Trustees present: Leonard, Stabell, Havertape, Herman and Burger. Gifford by phone

Trustees absent: None

Visitors: Pat Colgan, Ed Schmidt, Dan Recker, Lamont Davidson, Jenny Garvin, Larry Aschbrenner and Dan Reyner

Motion to approve the meeting agenda as read was made by Herman, seconded by Staebell. Motion carried.

Motion to approve the minutes of previous meetings was made by Burger, seconded by Herman. Motion carried.

Claims were presented for payment in the amount of $15,596.51 from the General Fund for electricity and internet services, dam operation services, beach maintenance and port-a-potties, printer maintenance, lobbyist expense, Auditor services, office rent, and signage for Lost Beach. Stabell motioned to approve the claims for payment as read, Herman seconded. Motion carried.

June financial reports were presented. The General Fund had revenues of $3,850.27 from Delaware County and expenditures of $22,956.50, ending June at $1,775,605.92. The Debt Service Fund had revenues of $2,772.43 from Delaware County and no expenditures, ending June at $35,658.73. The Dam Improvement Fund had revenues of $10,000.00 and ended June with a $20,000.00 balance. Burger motioned to receive and file the financial reports as read, Havertape seconded. Motion carried.

The Board considered approval of a contract with Three Rivers FS for the purchase of up to 1625 gallons of propane at a cost of 1.389 per gallon. The contract runs from August 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019. Motion by Herman, second by Staebell to approve the contract with Three Rivers. Motion carried.

Pat Colgan presented information regarding proposed improvements to the automatic flood gates. He explained that we currently have contracts with Lunda for maintenance, with Rotork for work on the actuators, with Price Electric for miscellaneous work and with Jetco for work on the PLC. He noted that the actuators that were installed at the time of construction were actually purchased in 2007 prior to the dam failure. The goal of the operations team was to change out one actuator each year and have it serviced. This year actuator #2 was taken out and rebuilt. It will be install in place of #3 and the same procedure will take place with that actuator. The biggest concern has been the digital system that is used to communicate with the PLC. There’s been several issues this year that the digital system failed and the operations team were unable to move the gates. He proposed changing out the digital system to an analog system. The cost would be approximately $12,000 for replace the cards and do the wiring. This in addition to the previously approved work to change out Gate #3 actuator with a rebuilt one for $4000. After some discussion a motion was made by Staebell, second by Herman to approve those costs. Motion carried.

The Board discussed possible action on retaining legal counsel to address potential actions by the District with regard to short or long term payoff of the LDRA debt. Herman noted the balance of the debt is callable if the District would want to pay off. He stated that if the Board would want to do an early payoff there are restrictions of what can and cannot be done and legal counsel would give the Board direction in that regard.   Burger noted that he and Herman have been in discussions with Dorsey & Whitney regarding the issue. Herman stated that he would like the Board to approve payment of legal fees not to exceed $1,000. Motion was made by Burger, second by Havertape to approve. Motion carried.

The next agenda item was regarding the sale of the lake barge. Discussion centered around the legal requirements for the sale of public property.   Staebell asked for a motion to request proposals for the sale of the barge. Burger suggested to have it put on the August agenda to set the public hearing for the sale of the bard and have the public hearing at the September meeting. Staebell made the motion as noted, Burger seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Gifford reviewed with the Board the decision to transfer of monies to the Trustees that are currently held in the Community Fund to Rebuild Lake Delhi bank account at the Heritage Bank in Delhi . He made the motion to have the Board accept $91,000 from the CFTRLD to be used for the Wall of Recognition and public benefit. Herman seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Leonard and Gifford both expressed concern that movement on the Wall of Recognition must move forward. It was suggested that this topic be part of the August work session.

The Board considered possible dates for a work session. Burger made the motion to hold the work session on August 29th at 3:00 p.m. at Okoboji Grill in Independence. Staebell seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Leonard asked for committee updates.

 

Burger noted the beach signage has been installed. He noted that additional parking signage is on hold until Rich Hughes finishes his docks. He also noted that Chris Jones had more hours this month for beach cleanup because of all the debris that landed on the beach after the last rains.   Other discussion centered around rock removal on the beach and possible upgrade on the volleyball net. It was noted Dave Fink has been doing a great job maintaining North Beach.

 

Colgan noted that Brian Monk is doing the riprap repair on the downstream side this week. There are issues with erosion coming down from the north road that runs down the downstream wall. That will be a rock striped to clean that up. There’s a lot of debris on the spillway but with the low flows some of that has been removed. There’s one large tree that will require a crane for removal. And tree with spikes that so heavy it will have to be drug out of the way and then cut up in the fall.

 

Herman stated he is attending a meeting tomorrow as part of the technical committee that’s putting together watershed management plan.

 

Leonard noted the Project Aware cleanup of the Maquoketa River occurred from July 8th to July 13th.   On July 10th they went from the dam down to Hopkinton and it was the most cleaned up required during the entire event. They recovered motors, docks, lifts mostly in the first two miles downstream. Obviously, the items were attributed to the amount of material that went through the dam after the dam failure in July of 2010. Leonard stated they did the community a great service. At the next meeting there will be request to make a donation to Project Aware for their service in our area.

 

Burger noted that he and Pat Colgan met with a representative from ICAP who deals with “loss control”. He noted that he found no issues. He did recommend possible use of security cameras and that there are ICAP grants available to help with the cost.

 

Leonard noted that this Saturday is Christmas on the Lake. The permitting has been taken care of for that event. The permit for the fireworks has been approved and he noted they will be held August 4th on the Schmidt/Dede farm across from the Freddie’s Beach. There’s work being done to prepare for an annual fishing tournament that will be held in September. Leonard noted that in the next Lake Delhi Voice there will be information provided by the DNR for issues regarding docks and boat light restrictions.

 

Motion was made by Burger, second by Staebell to adjourn at 7:35 p.m.

Trustee Agenda – Thursday, July 26, 2018

The Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District

Thursday, July 26, 2018

6:30 p. m.

Lake Delhi Trustees Administration Building

210 South St.

Delhi, IA

 

  1. Call to Order
  2. Approve Agenda
  3. Consideration and approval of minutes of Previous Meetings
  4. Consideration and approval of Payments
  5. Review Financial Report
  6. Approve propane contract with Three Rivers FS for up to 1625 gallons to be purchased between August 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019 at 1.389 per gallon.
  7. Consideration and possible action on approval of flood gate automatic control improvements
  8. Consideration and possible action on retention of legal counsel, if necessary, to address the LDRA debt and options for potential short or long term strategies for payoff of that debt
  9. Consideration and possible action on approving the sale of the lake barge
  10. Acknowledgement of donation for the Wall of Recognition and public benefit and discuss action on the Wall of Recognition
  11. Consideration and possible action on setting a date for the yearly work session.
  12. Committee Updates – Beach Maintenance, Lake Recreational Maintenance Issues, Dredge, Dam Operations, Water Quality, Funding/Finance, Legislative
  13. Public Comment
  14. Adjourn