Meeting May 22, 2020
517 Sunset Drive
Micheal McPherson, President; Garry Tramer, Secretary; Bruce McDowell, Treasurer; Colin Hanoski, Vice-President
Scott Siemens; Daryl Lukan
1. Call to Order at 7:00 pm
2. Approval of Agenda
M: That the Agenda be approved as submitted
M/S: C. Hanoski/D. Lukan
3. Minutes of the meeting on April 18, 2020
M: That the Minutes be approved as amended
M/S: S. Siemens/D. Lukan
4. Financial Report
As of April 30, 2020, the bank balance was $5,684.87 (KRA $3,764.82 and KBA community fund $1,920.05). The 2020 invoice from First Responders has been received and will be paid out of the KBA community fund. Ideas for spending KRA funds on community projects will be solicited from residents at the Annual General Meeting.
Sixty-two households paid their 2019/2020 KRA membership fees.
M: That the Financial Report be accepted as presented.
M/S: B. McDowell/D. Lukan
5. Annual General Meeting
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the KRA AGM cannot take place on June 6, 2020 as scheduled. The Memorial Hall in Regina Beach has been rebooked for September 5, 2020. President McPherson will advise the residents of the date change.
There will not be any KRA community events until the social distancing restrictions are removed.
The existing KRA Board members will remain in place until the 2020 AGM. Only one resident has volunteered to allow their name to stand for election. The President will send an email to all residents to try to solicit more nomination for election.
6. New Business
The undated letter from the Kinookimaw Beach Association regarding shoreline usage was discussed. The Board will develop a Shoreline Access Policy so all residents are aware of the rules. The President will draft a policy for further discussion prior to presentation to KBA for consideration.
It has recently come to the Board’s attention that the underwriters for the Conexus Credit Union have determined there are problems with some of the clauses in the KBA head lease and sub-leases. These clauses have resulted in the financial institution not providing mortgages on properties in Kinookimaw. The Vice-President will follow up with Wayne Morris and the credit union to determine if short and long term solutions can be found. At the upcoming meeting with Chief Piegan, the mortgage issue, the water fund, and the head lease extension will be the main topics of discussion.
That the meeting adjourn at 7:56 pm
M: b. McDowell
Micheal McPherson, President
Garry Tramer, Secretary