The Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District
Thursday, December 21, 2017
Lake Delhi Trustees Administration Building
The regular meeting of the Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District was called to order by President Steve Leonard at 6:30 p.m.
Trustees present: Leonard, Kramer, Gifford, Staebell, Burger, Herman & Havertape by phone
Visitors: Ed Schmidt, Deb Burger and Larry Aschbrenner
A motion was made by Herman, second by Burger to approve the agenda. Motion carried.
Motion to approve the Minutes from November 16, 2017 and November 19, 2017 was made by Staebell, seconded by Gifford. Motion carried.
Kramer presented claims for payment. Claims for payment in the amount of $17,628.15 from the General Fund for electricity, internet service, dam operation services, printer maintenance, lobbyist expense, new furnace and air units for Scada office, new heater for powerhouse, postage and supplies. Herman motioned to approve the claims for payment as read, Staebell seconded. Motion carried.
Kramer presented the financial reports. The General Fund had revenues of $6,676.25 from Delaware County and expenditures of $36,840.62, ending November at $1,811,163.83. The Debt Service Fund had revenues of $9,018.34 from Delaware County and no expenditures, ending November at $73,166.45. The Dam Improvement Fund had no activity, ending November at $10,000.00. The Bone Refunding Fund had no revenue and expenditures of $2,250.00, ending November at $1,482.52. Staebell motioned to receive and file the financial reports as read, Gifford seconded. Motion approved.
Leonard presented a resolution to authorize the County Auditor to transfer the remaining funds in the Bond Refunding Fund of $1,482.52 to the Debt Service Fund as all expenses for the GO Refunding have been paid. Motion by Burger, second by Herman to approve said resolution. Motion carried.
The Board heard brief committee updates regarding beach maintenance, dredging, FEMA and finance & budget. Comments were raised concerning the need to padlock the gates on the south side of the spillway. Kramer will contact Burrington Group to address the situation. A concern was also raised regarding snowmobiling on the lake this winter. It was noted that the fireworks for 2018 will be held on the Schmidt property located across from Freddies’ Beach and there are plans to hold Christmas on the Lake this coming summer as well.
Public Comment: Larry Aschbrenner raised a concern that padlocking the south gates would prevent fisherman from having access to the downstream area. It was noted that there are other access areas.
Motion by Burger, second by Staebell to adjourn. Motion carried.