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06. September 2022 · Comments Off on Notes from 2022 Annual Members’ Meeting · Categories: General Information, Meeting, Membership

For those KLC members who were not able to attend the annual membership meeting on Saturday, August 27, here is a very brief review of committee reports and member discussions.

  • The Treasurer presented and explained the Statement of Activity by Class for 2022 through July 31, along with total available cash in savings and checking accounts.
  • The Membership Committee reported on a total of 326 paid KLC members through July 31, 2022, falling slightly short of 2021 memberships but ahead of 2020 memberships, and that only about 55% of lakeshore owners are KLC members.
  • The Fish Committee reported on the potential to stock largemouth bass next spring in various weedy locations around the lake.
  • The Weed Committee reported on last year’s success in eradicating Eurasian Milfoil and what weed species are now present in the lake. Live samples of eight different weed species found in the lake this summer were available in water-filled containers for members to view.
  • The Water Quality Committee reported on the copper sulfate treatments to control the growth of blue-green algae and the ability to keep the water clarity at a 4.5- to 5.0-foot depth for most of the summer, a preferred depth to help reduce an overabundance of weed growth. A final copper sulfate treatment is tentatively scheduled at the end of Labor Day weekend, on the final day treatments are permitted by our DEC permit.
  • The Merchandise Committee reported on total merchandise sales and profit to date.
  • The Fundraising Committee reported on another successful Community Lake Day at One Tree Island. Raffle prize winners were recognized and total profit from the day was reported.
  • The Ad Hoc Committee assembled to review the Town of Chatham Comprehensive Plan reported on the Position Paper presented to the Town at the end of 2021. The Paper discussed how and why water quality issues could be affected by development within the Kinderhook Lake watershed, requested that land within the watershed be designated as an environmental district, and asked that the KLC be designated as an interested party in potential development within the watershed.

General discussions before the meeting was adjourned included information about the differences between the KLC and KLIA, ways to increase lakeshore owner membership, why the KLC cannot require lakeshore owner memberships, a request for more KLC public events, and more.

Thorough minutes of the annual meeting will be available to KLC members in August of next year.

23. September 2019 · Comments Off on Annual Members’ Meeting · Categories: Meeting, Membership

On August 24th, the KLC held its Annual Member’s Meeting at the KLIA meeting hall. Several dozen members were present to hear reports of yearly activities from each board committee, and the board responded to questions from members. We are happy to welcome new board member Malonie Langdon and congratulate reelected directors Ron Jensis, Bernie Kelleher, Drew Nelson, and Pete Walkes.

Saturday, August 27

Annual Meeting of Members

10:00am at the KLIA Hall

Members are urged to join the Board to hear about current and future issues around the lake.
It’s a great time to ask questions and share your suggestions.
Coffee and donuts will be provided.

KLC logo merchandise will be available, so it’s a perfect time to stock up on early holiday gifts,
including our new t-shirts and beer and wine glasses.

Looking forward to seeing all our members there.

The annual membership meeting required by the KLC bylaws will take place on Saturday, August 22nd, 10:00am at the KLIA Community Hall on Electric Park Road. All KLC members are asked to attend. The agenda includes approval of 2014 meeting minutes, treasurer’s report, election of directors for class of 2018, unfinished business, new business, questions and comments. The meeting usually lasts no longer than 90 minutes. If you cannot attend, please complete and return the proxy form that was mailed to all members; this will assure that there is a quorum for the meeting.

As requested at last year’s annual meeting, we are publishing the Draft Minutes of the 2014 Annual Meeting of Members for review prior to the upcoming meeting on August 22nd.

The Annual KLC Meeting was held at the KLIA Hall on Saturday, August 24th, at 10:00 am. About 15 member families were present in addition to the Board of Directors. Lively discussions took place regarding several issues.

  1. Members reelected three existing Board members to new 3 year terms: Bill Cleary, Dan Langer and Fran Sindlinger. Steve Sigler was also elected by the members for a 3 year term to replace Mike Weldon who recently resigned from the Board.
  2. Board member Bernie Kelleher reported that the latest repairs to the dam (repairs to the sluice gate and relining the sluice pipe) were completed for a little over $26,000, well below the original estimates. The savings were partially due to the contractor’s ability to dewater the area in front of the sluice gate using coffer steel already in place from previous repair projects. Bernie also explained that the bridge over the dam is in need of replacement, and that the contractor who completed the sluice gate repairs has donated steel beams and other materials needed to reconstruct the bridge. In addition, DEC has asked that repairs be made to the downside face of the dam in the near future; doing so would prevent future deterioration of the face of the dam. It was also noted by the Board that Bernie has been doing a wonderful job maintaining a consistent water level over the summer.
  3. Board Member Rick Theriault reported that the 2014 KLC BBQ and Fund Raiser was again very successful. All 300 meals were sold and the KLC raised approximately $3000, a record since the event started several years ago. Treasurer Fran Sindlinger noted that the Chinese auction was highly successful in raising funds. Rick noted that since this is the only fund raising event the KLC sponsors, it will continue in the future.
  4. President Paul Winslow reported that the Board is strongly considering placing a locked gate at the Rose Street launch, similar to the gate at the Rt. 28 boat launch. The purpose of the gate would be to better control the use of the lake by non-KLC members, hopefully increase KLC membership, aid in reducing the spread of invasive species and maintaining our stocked fish population for KLC members. Paul asked all those in attendance to cast a vote for pursuing the locked gate at Rose Street and a motion was carried unanimously by the membership.
  5. Member Bill Johnston presented the Board with tax maps from around the lake. On the maps, Bill highlighted all riparian KLC members. He noted that out of approximately 337 riparian properties, only 116 were KLC members. While the 337 riparian properties may not accurately represent the actual number of owners, since some people own more than one property, it does show that far less than 50% of riparian owners are KLC members. Bill urged the Board to pursue options for increasing membership by riparian owners based on his findings, and offered to assist in any way possible.
  6. It was noted that Board Member Drew Nelson would be teaching the NYS Boater Safety Course at the KLIA Hall on Sunday, October 26th and that anyone born after August 1996 must take this course to operate any type of a power boat. Further information will be provided on the KLC website when available.
  7. Following questions from several members, it was agreed that the Meeting Minutes of the previous year’s Annual Member’s Meeting will be published on the KLC website in advance of the Annual Meeting. This will allow members adequate time to review the past meeting minutes prior to the upcoming meeting.

The meeting was adjourned at 11:10 am, and many members stayed for further conversation, coffee and donuts, and to purchase KLC logo merchandise.

Annual KLC Public Meeting – Saturday, August 23rd, 10:00am at the KLIA Hall

Annual Membership Meeting

Saturday – August 24, 2013

10:00am at the KLIA Hall

Agenda:

  1. Call to Order
  2. Approval of Minutes of Aug 25, 2012 Annual Meeting
  3. Treasurer’s Report
  4. Election of Directors (Class of 2016 & 2014)
  5. Unfinished Business
  6. New Business
  7. Question/Comments
  8. Adjournment

Coffee and donuts will be served

A summary of issues discussed at the April 2013 Board Meeting:

  • Financial and membership reports
  • Progress of DEC permit for dam reconstruction
  • Committee selected to monitor dam reconstruction activities
  • Prevention of invasive aquatic species, DEC meeting
  • Review of options to limit lake access at Rose St.
  • Water quality treatments and associated DEC permits
  • June membership meeting agenda, speaker, member notification
  • July 4th events, responsibilities, kayak races added on July 6th
  • Summer picnic / fund raiser, responsibilities

A summary of issues discussed at the March 2013 Board Meeting:

  • Financial and membership reports
  • Prevention of invasive aquatic species entering the lake
  • Appointment of a new Board member
  • Adoption of Recreation Guidelines and new Launch Site signage
  • Review of upcoming water quality treatments
  • June membership meeting agenda and DEC speaker
  • July 4th events, adding July 5th kayak races
  • Summer picnic / fund raiser
  • NYS Boater Safety Course
  • April newsletter articles
  • Fish stocking

This is a summary of issues discussed at the October 2012 KLC Board Meeting:

  • Financial and membership reports
  • Review of the KLC’s bylaws and governance procedures
  • Lack of action by DEC related to the KLC’s permit application to inspect and repair the dam sluice gate and outlet pipe
  • How to increase attendance at future membership meetings
  • Renewed commitment to make better use of volunteers to assist the Board in accomplishing its goals
  • Responsibilities for monitoring and managing the sluice gate to control lake levels
  • Responsibilities for publication of future newsletters and distribution of 2013 membership packages
  • Report by Lake Guidelines and Launch Sites Committee
  • Election of Officers