May 8, 2019 Board Meeting 1:00 PM
August 10, 2019 Annual Membership Meeting Mission Park 10:00 AM
October 3, 2018
Dues will remain at $20
A question asking if people want to have a Facebook page set up for the Association
Include information about membership signs
More information from the DNR is required for a sign at the public access.
The Board will decide on final format and wording and see if the Education Grants are still available through the County to cover part of the cost.
Member Association Signs/Neighborhood Watch
Proposed logos/mock-ups with vendors/costs/sizes
Jon attended the MAIRSC conference in September. Not a lot of new information related to stopping AIS,
April 25, 2018
Loss of AIS inspection hours was discussed at length and determined that hiring our own inspector was not feasible. By-laws were reviewed and proposed updates created. 2018 membership process was discussed and dues were set at $20. 4th of July Boat Parade will be at 1:00.
June 11, 2017
Financial audit completed. Membership update: 28 households so far. No final schedule of word for additional request for additional inspector hours. Boat parade time set at 1:00 to be led by John and Marilyn Carlson. Annual meeting time changed to 10:00 AM and continental breakfast to be provided with the hope it will encourage increased attendance. Vice president nominations still being sought.
April 20, 2017
The 2017 Membership form was approved and a cover letter developed. Review of the Crow Wing County AIS Inspector schedule for 2017 was completed and a request for additional hours covering six more days will be made. Information was shared on the new decontamination station at Breezy Point. The Boat Parade will be held on July 4th. The vice president position is open and will be elected at the annual meeting in August. Nominations for vice president are being sought.
The Association's Board has been meeting to firm up plans for 2016. As part of the Crow Wing County AIS Plan, Bass Lake will receive 200 hours of AIS Inspection coverage. As inspection has been proven to be effective in containing the spread of invasive species, it was decided increase hours of inspection time with BLA funds. A schedule was created so that every weekend from May 14 (Fishing Opener) through the weekend after Labor Day would have an inspector with approximately 270 hours. The additional coverage would cost in the neighborhood of $1000. The majority of the weekends will be scheduled with 5 hour shifts with a few 8 hour shifts on expected high traffic weekends.
In addition, as part of the county AIS Plan, money is available for education. The Board decided to apply for funds to distribute the information packet created by Crow Wing County Land Services to all residents with additional information on the decontamination units located in the area.
As always, input from all members is welcomed and encouraged!
August 27, 2016 Potluck at Mission Park NOON
23 people attended the meeting, representing 13 member households
August 23, 2014 Potluck at Mission Park NOON
May 17, 2014 Spring Meeting with Master
August 24, 2013 Potluck at noon
May 18, 2013 Spring Meeting with 30 Lakes
Watershed District Speaker
August 18, 2012 Potluck Picnic
May 19, 2012 Spring Meeting with Master