Board of Directors and Association Meeting April 18, 2006
The Board of Directors and the regular quarterly meeting
of the Lake Blackshear Homeowners Association was held at Veterans State
Park, GroupShelter #2.
The Board of Directors met at 6:00 P.M. prior to the regular meeting.
The Officers attending were Ladd Jordan, Wilson Hamlett and Debbie Powell.
The Directors attending were Bob Davis, George Cooke, Chuck Wilcox, Robert
Powell, Bucky Brookshire, Billy Williams, Dan Torbert and Harry Hurt.
The only business conducted by the Board was to authorize Robert Powell
to purchase some additional computer software so that we could better
determine if and when each member's dues had been paid. The system we
have been using is outdated due to the increase in the number of assciation
members. The cost of this softewear will be approximately $250.00.
The regular meeting of the Association was opened at 7:00 P.M. by immediate
Past President George Cooke. President Les Barnett was unable to attend
due to illness.
The Minutes of the meeting held January 10, 2006 were approved as written.
The Treasurer's report was given by Debbie Powell. A copy of the Report
was passed out with the Minutes of the previous meeting. Debbie reported
that we currently have 340 members.
Marcus Walters, Resource Manager with Crisp County Power Commission, gave
a comprehensive report on activities of the lake, including the impact
the dam has on certain species of fish.
David Chancy, with Southern Aerial Mosquito Control, reported that his
services are available to lake residents.
Mike Sudduth, Sumter County, Jack Bass, Worth County and Connie Sangster,
Crisp County, reported on lake activity in their respective counties.
Tom Fowler and Jerry Whitaker, with the Department of Natural Resources,
discussed the new guidelines and regulations concerning dredging and any
earth movement, minor and major disturbances on the shoreline of the lake.
John Harkin reported briefly on the activities of the Department of Natural
Robert Powell brought us up to date on the status of the new marina and
the date of the ribbon cutting.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.