ADMINISTRATION

President’s Report

October 2018

The warm weather has left the building!!  Almost makes you glad Float Boat Day was Saturday! ALMOST!   We had a great summer on the beach and the lake.

It’s that time of year – Steve and his crew are starting to rake leaves and get other things ready for the cold season that will soon be staying around.  Please do not rake your leaves into the lake or onto Lake Cable property.

The new maintenance building is in the final stages. The Long Range Planning Club and some other talented members of the lake are painting the inside of the building.  It won’t be long until the maintenance crew will be moving in.

Don’t forget the Annual Lake Meeting is coming up—November 14, 2018 beginning at 7 PM sharp.  After the meeting coffee and cookies will not be served in the Pine Room. Instead we will be serving them in the new maintenance building.  This will give everyone a chance to see the building from the inside.  Hope you will join us.

Trunks N Treats was on Oct. 25th – 7 pm in the front parking lot.

Lake Cable craft show will be Nov. 4 – all day.  Always some great finds to be found here.

As always remember living at Lake Cable is a privilege not a right. Keep is safe and beautiful for all members to see and enjoy!

On behalf of the Lake Cable Board of Trustees and employees have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

See You Soon

Cindy Waikem- President Lake Cable Board of Trustees

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES – LAKE CABLE RECREATION ASSOCIATION, INC

Board Meeting – October 16, 2018

President Cindy Waikem called the meeting to order at: 7:01pm

Board Members Present:  President Mrs. Cindy Waikem; Treasurer Mr. Bob Wynkoop, Trustee Mr. Ted Scheetz; Secretary Mr. Ken Roush

Association Members or Guests Present:  Mr. Mike McElfresh; Mr. Gordon Woolbert; Anita & Eric Heiser; Patrolman, Mr. Bob Preece.

1.  Approval of the Minutes from September 18, 2018 board meeting. A motion was made to accept the minutes by Mr. Bob Wynkoop and seconded by Mr. Ted Scheetz. Motion passed.

2.  Approval of the Financial Statement ending September 30, 2018. A motion was made by Mr. Ken Roush to accept the financial statement as presented. The motion was seconded by Mr. Ted Scheetz. Motion passed.

The actual financial statement ending September 30, 2018 is the fiscal year end statement.  This will be included in the Annual Report mailed on November 9, 2018.

3.  Communications & Correspondence:   The board received a “Thank You” note for their support of the recent Pig Roast fundraiser event from the L.R.P.C. fundraising committee (Andrea – Connie – Tina – Molly). The board is always happy to support all our clubs and events.

4. Hearing from the Membership:   Mr. Mike McElfresh & Mr. Gordon Woolbert: Mike and Gordon were in attendance to address the board concerning the future plans for the L.R.P.C. They discussed the re-design of the back of the clubhouse and said that the conceptual plans are coming along well. The L.R.P.C. members, and also some members of the Sportsman’s club, are currently painting the interior of the new maintenance building. They suggested that the contractor assist in the repair of some nail holes and seems that need attention. Mike and Gordon again offered the L.R.P.C. any help that is needed on future projects. Thanks for attending the meeting and providing your input. Anita & Eric Heiser: (Jose’s Landing). Mr. & Mrs. Heiser attended the board meeting to seek conformation that their lease at the shopping center was going to be renewed in December of this year. The Heiser’s are planning on a considerable amount of remodeling at their business on the second floor of the center. New flooring, lighting, bathroom update and new bar top are some items being planned. Their cost is projected to be approx. $50,000.00. The board will review their lease and consider the request to renew. Thanks to Anita & Eric for addressing the board prior to stating the remodel process. Patrolman, Mr. Bob Preece:

Bob was in attendance and had no comments at this time. Thanks Bob for being present.

5.  Managers’ Report:  Tom informed the board that a new tenant has signed a lease to move into the shopping center. The planned “Antique Shop” has yet to be named. It is planning on being open by the “Lights on the Lake” event that is scheduled for Nov. 15th. Tom will update the board when a new name has been established and is ready for business. Also, concerning the shopping center, Tom reviewed Jose’s Landing request to renew their lease. The board will discuss this request. The stocking of the Walleye for this year, will happen soon.  The Walleye are still on order with Fender. An update was given by Tom as to the status of the new building. Only minor repairs are left to take care of, and the L.R.P.C. & Sportsman’s Club members are currently painting the interior of the building. Please read more of Tom’s comments located elsewhere in the newsletter. Thanks Tom for your update…

6.  Old Business:

A.  Clubhouse Tree Line project – New Rendering drawings of the front of the clubhouse

landscaping have been completed. Ordering of the plants, fencing etc. will start soon.

B.  Maintenance Building – The building construction is nearly complete. Some final minor repairs

are being made. The L.R.P.C. and the Sportsman’s club are combining forces and starting to

paint the interior walls and ceiling. The hook-up of the gas line, from the street to the building,

will be completed by the end of October. The buffer mound, behind the rear of the building,

still needs to be built and planted. After that has been completed, the entire building

parking lot and clubhouse entrance will get a coat of Asphalt to finish things off.

C.  Pickle Ball CourtThe old basketball court area is being prepared for new blacktop. The new

larger area will facilitate a Pickle Ball Court for our members to use.

D.  Photo Contest – As was stated in last month’s newsletter, the Photo Contest has been canceled

for this year.

7.  New Business:

A.  Jose’s Landing – The Jose’s Landing tenant at the shopping center has requested that their

lease be renewed. The tenants are planning on some fairly extensive remodeling in the near

future and wanted to be assured of a new lease. A new lease will be granted.

B.  Walleye Stocking – Our lake Walleye stocking for this year is still on schedule. The fish

supplier, Fender, will let us know a few days in advance that they are delivering the Walleye.

This stocking is pretty much an annual event for the Association.

C.  Shopping Center – A new tenant will soon be moving into the shopping center. The new

tenant will be an “Antique Shop” and will be located where the former Shoe Shop was. A

name has yet to be established.

D.  Association Membership – The Association membership stands at 479 members as of this

point in 2018. This is our highest number of members since back in 1994.

E.  Annual Meeting – The 2018 Annual Meeting will be on November 14th at 7:00pm. Please mark

your calendars and plan on attending. These are very informative meetings. This year’s

meeting will take place in the Pine room, just as it has been in the past. We are planning to

have an “Open House Gathering” at the “New Maintenance Building” following the general

meeting. There will be refreshments served there and all members can take a look at the

new building and enjoy great conversation. Please plan on joining the board at this location

following the meeting.

8.  The board went into executive session at 7:58pm to discuss clubhouse issues; shopping center

lease requests/renewal and Tony Carlone Award Recipient for the year 2018. The board

returned out of executive session at 8:40pm.

9.  A motion was made by Mr. Ted Scheetz to adjourn the meeting. The motion was seconded by

Mr. Bob Wynkoop. The motion passed and the meeting was adjourned at 9:05pm.

Submitted by Board Secretary – Mr. Ken Roush  

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MANAGER’S REPORT

FOR NOVEMBER 2018

Dear Friends,

First, congratulations to Bob Wynkoop and Ted Scheetz who were both reelected to the Board of Trustees for a two year term beginning January 1, 2019 and ending December 31, 2020.  Both Bob and Ted thank the membership for their trust and confidence.

Watch for your 2018 Annual Report in the mail sometime after November 9th.  This early mailing date should give you plenty of time to review the information before the Annual Meeting November 14th.

It looks like we are ready to begin the landscaping across the front of the clubhouse along Fulton.  I have heard from several people that they like the open look.  However, the township has requested that we do some landscaping in order to reinforce their commitment to keep Fulton Road from looking like West Tuscarawas and the Board agrees.  We plan alternating sections of cross buck fencing and plantings.  We believe you will appreciate and enjoy the end result.  In addition, I need a better backdrop for my Halloween display for Trunks N Treats.  Unfortunately that won’t be ready for this year.

We also sectioned off a portion of the beach to give us access to the old basketball court.  The plan is to resurface the existing portion of the court and extend it to make room for a pickle ball court.  This has been talked about for some time and with the upcoming asphalt work at the new building now is the time.

Speaking of the new building, completion is drawing near.  The building itself is complete.  We are “patiently” waiting for the gas company to install the gas line so we have heat.  The Long Range Planning Committee has stepped up and volunteered to do the interior painting.  Several members gathered on a couple of days to do this and save the Association a good bit of money.  Thanks LRPC!

As I mentioned some asphalt work and some landscaping on the west side of the building still need accomplished, both are in the works.  If the gas company gets the line in, in time the building will be open after the Annual Meeting for your inspection and cookies and coffee.

We have sold the Causeway lot on West Boulevard and Pine Drive Circle.  We had planned on using it as a commons and building docks and a parking lot but the Township and County will not let us build a parking lot on a residential lot.

We ended the year with 479 members.  This is the highest number of members since 1994 when we had 490; our lowest number was 433 back in 2008.

Have a great month,

Tom