DRAFT FII BOARD MINUTES
JULY 19, 2002
I. CALL TO ORDER:
President Thomas called the meeting to order at 8:10 P. M.
The following were present: Diane Babineau, Nancy Fournier, Carl Hommel, Dick Norris, Jeanne Sullivan-Toomey, Mark Thomas and Interim General Manager Joseph Potts. Dave Decker, Dick Giggey and Fritz Mueller were excused. John Crosby and Jim Kuiken were visitors.
III. ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Hommel NOMINATED Mark Thomas as President of the FII Board of Directors, and Babineau SECONDED the nomination. The nominations were closed, and Thomas was elected President.
Norris NOMINATED Dave Decker as Vice-President of the FII Board of Directors, and Babineau SECONDED the nomination. The nominations were closed, and Decker was elected Vice-President.
Babineau NOMINATED Carl Hommel as Secretary of the FII Board of Directors, and Norris SECONDED the nomination. The nominations were closed, and Hommel was elected Secretary.
Norris NOMINATED Diane Babineau as Treasurer of the FII Board of Directors, and Thomas SECONDED the nomination. The nominations were closed, and Babineau was elected Treasurer.
IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Babineau MOVED and Thomas SECONDED to approve the following minutes:
FII Board of Directors Meeting of June 6, 2002,
FII Hearing on Real Estate Policy Review, June 29, 2002, and
FII Stockholders Meeting of July 6, 2002.
They were approved unanimously.
V. FINANCIAL REPORT YTD
The financial report was presented.
VI. REAL ESTATE
Interim General Manager Potts presented the status of Lot closing.
Thomas will update the FII Real Estate Policy to incorporate the results of the Policy Review and comments received at the public hearing. He will then circulate the draft policy to the Board for comments.
Babineau MOVED and Sullivan-Toomey SECONDED to authorize the survey of Lots 1 and 2, as moved in the meeting of June 6, 2002. The motion PASSED unanimously.
Hommel presented the list of First Refusal Letters. He will prepare draft letters to cover the various cases.
It was noted that the conservation easement has not been established for the following parcels of land and lots located on the Maps of Sebago Shores, Inc., Sections #5, dated May 1967, and #6-1, dated April 1971:
the Saddle Club Riding Areas, the Picnic and Barbeque Area, the Playground Area, Lot 128 on Leisure Lane, Lot 131 on Leisure Lane, Lot 132 on Leisure Lane, Lot 133 on Leisure Lane Lot 137 Corner of Leisure Lane and Beachview, Lot 804 on Beachview, Lot 805 on Beachview, Lot 807 on Beachview, Lot 919 on Paddock Lane, Lot 926 on Paddock Lane, and the unplatted parcel on Paddock Lane between Lots 925 and 926.
Interim General Manager Potts was instructed to establish the easement. Hommel MOVED and Thomas SECONDED that the easement be turned over to the Town of Frye Island. The motion PASSED unanimously,
VII. PROPERTY TRANSFER TO TOWN
Thomas will send to all Board members the report of study prepared by a previous Board.
VIII FLAGPOLE AT BALL FIELD
Hommel MOVED and Thomas SECONDED that a flagpole be erected at the ball field, at a price not to exceed $2,500.00. Hommel noted during discussion that the Code Enforcement Officer indicated that no permit would be required. The motion FAILED.
IX TENNIS COURT
Sullivan-Toomey MOVED and Norris SECONDED that the FII donate to the town a sum not to exceed $12,000 for the installation of a tennis court at the Community Center. The motion was PASSED by a vote of 4 to 2.
X. FRYE’S LEAP LEASE
Board members are to review the lease for a potential new Café owner.
XI. TOWN-FII LEASE
Board members are to review the Town-FII lease.
XII. MARINA COMMITTEE
Interim General Manager Potts reported that he has not heard again from the other “Long Beach Marina” concerning their request that the name of our marina be changed.
The Board discussed the Marina Policy. Thomas will circulate a revised policy to the Board for comments.
XIII. NEW BUSINESS
Thomas MOVED and Babineau SECONDED that FII donates a sum not to exceed $1,000 to the Town for fireworks deficit. PASSED unanimously.
Interim General Manager Potts presented a communication concerning the owners of Lot 1138, adjacent to the Town recycle area, that they be allowed to swap that lot for Lot 906 on Paddock Lane. Norris MOVED and and Thomas SECONDED that FII purchase Lot 1138 for its assessed value, and sell Lot 906 for a price of $1,000 more that the assessed value of Lot 1138, and that the other party pay all closing costs. The motion PASSED unanimously.
It was MOVED and SECONDED that the meeting be adjourned. PASSED unanimously. The meeting was adjourned at 11:00 P. M.