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Board Meeting Agenda and President’s Report for March 31, 2020

By March 31, 2020No Comments

Call to Order

Moment of Silence

Acceptance of Agenda

Acceptance of Board Meeting Minutes

  • July and November 2019 need review, will send later

Treasurer’s Report and Budget Update

  • Claire to send once she catches up

President’s Report

– Below

Piers & Harbors Report

– Included in President’s report

Green Committee Report

– Included in President’s report

Beach Committee Report

– Included in President’s report

Old Business

  • Still working with the county on flooding on AOTB road.

New Business

  • Discussing with the county about using the Harbor Parking area as an auxiliary emergency services area if virus gets worse in May.
  • Some projects will be delayed from the virus, and others will go faster as some contractors have free time.



President’s Report, Piers Report and Other Reports Combined

We store all of our projects online, in Podio. Below is a summary list of those projects and what has been accomplished since the last Board Meeting.

Projects and their status

Since the last meeting, here is a project status list:

  • Painting square at boat ramp (planning)
  • Dredge the channel in Oyster Creek (planning)
  • Surveys of community property (underway)
  • Water tank/fire hydrant at Harbor lot (planning)
  • Well and sewer at Harbor lot (planning)
  • Pavilion at Harbor lot (feasibility study and survey are done)
  • Clubhouse Ideas (Researching)
  • Rain garden on Shore & Ellis (scheduling)
  • Washington Drive flooding work (planning)
  • County No Parking signs (awaiting answer from the county)
  • Slip leases for 2020-21 (Underway, figuring out floating dock spaces)
  • Collect the older 2018 minutes and add to archived minutes (underway)
  • Add 2019 meeting minutes to recent minutes on website (underway)
  • Phragmites removal at 1300 Harbor Rd (discussing with the county)
  • Large rocks at Fishing Creek pier sides (delayed)

Board Approvals/Motions Needed

None at this time.

Kathy Burk

President of the Oyster Harbor Community.