Thursday, March 23, 2023

Agenda for March 238, 2023 Meeting

Agenda for March 28, 2023 meeting.

Regular Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, March 28, 2023 - 6:00 p.m.
Meeting Facilitator: President Schendel
Directors: G. Low, R. Stradling, B. Roeder-German, R. Craig

1. Call to order and Flag Salute
2. Roll call/Acknowledgment of guests/public comments/questions
3. Approval/Consent Items
Minutes of February 28, 2023
Financial/reconciliation report (Jan/Feb)
Financial Transaction print-out
4. Parks (inspection reports)
    a. Barstow Heights
    b. Venner
5. Correspondence
6. Office Building and Area
7. General Manager’s Report
8. Directors’ Reports (roundtable)
9. Executive Session – Litigation GC54956.99(A) and Personnel GC54957.1
Next Meeting Date: April 25, 2023

Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Minutes of January 24, 2023

Approved 2/28/2023

Tuesday, January 24, 2023
6:00 p.m.
1. Meeting called to order at 6:05 by Vice President Schendel who leads Pledge of Allegiance.
     a. Returning and new Board members Blythe Roeder-German and Rebecca Craig are sworn in by Carol. Board discusses and agrees on officers, Director Schendel will serve as President (motion by Director Low, second by Director Roeder-German, motion passed-no opposition); Director Low will serve as Vice President (motion by Director Craig, second by Director Roeder-German, motion passed-no opposition).
Board assignments. President Schendel will continue to review and sign bank reconciles. Signers on bank account will be President Schendel, Director Low, Director Roeder-German and General Manager (motion by Director Low, second by Director Stradling, motion passed-no opposition).
Regular business proceeds with President Schendel as Meeting Facilitator.

2. Directors/Guests present: Low, Stradling, Roeder-German and Rebecca Craig. Guests, Robert Stapp and Sabrina Ellis from City of Barstow, are present. Past President Robert Stapp returns basketball hoop, squirrel eradication supplies and keys to District.

3. Approval/consent items: Minutes of 11/29/2022, financial reconciliations and bills/issued checks. Motion by Director Low to approve with a second by Director Roeder-German. Motion carried/items approved with no discussion/opposition.

4. Parks:
Ms. Ellis is present, provides reports to Board on both parks. Board will check area as well. Director Low notes ravens are making the biggest mess at the dumpsters. President Schendel notes area where water tank was is 150 x 65 feet.
    a. Barstow Heights Park— graffiti, minor repairs and fixes noted.
i. Existing equipment. Discussion held; prior inspection report reviewed. Motion by Director Low to hire certified inspector to inspect equipment at both parks, second by Director Stradling, motion passed-no opposition). Carol will research.
    b. Venner Park— Possibility of installation of pickle ball courts (44x20 each) discussed. Fence repair needed and horse shoe pit needs a stake. Park Maintenance will look into fixing.

5. Correspondence: Reviewed by President Schendel. County tax allocation to District for FY 2022-23 of $79,449 is disclosed from Assessor notice.

6. Office Building and Area: Gate latch is bent from forced entry from park visitor retrieving ball. President Schendel will contact C&M Fence for repair.

7. General Manager’s report: Written report given to Directors prior to meeting. Item #2: Photos of signs will be sent to Board. Sign printer to be found. Item #3: Internet is a problem at times. Carol will check on FiOS with Frontier. Item #5 Carol will contact Alarm Company and ask if quote can be extended for a month. Auditor Paul Kaymark requests to be on next month's agenda, Board agrees. Bord notified that Form 700 for the State is due April 1, 2023. Board indicates receiving meeting documents via email is adequate. Carol will take any correspondence that needs to be reviewed closely to President Schendel.

8. Directors’ Reports (roundtable): Offered by Director Low who indicates he spoke to people selling Tamales and was told that a “sheriff” who is a relative said it was “okay”. Carol will check with CSD and SDRMA regarding vendor sales on property. Director Craig thanks Board for welcoming her and is exciting to serve the community. President Schendel notes water running on the corner of Windy Pass and M street. No other reports/information given.

9. Executive Session: Not needed.

Adjournment at 7:10 p.m.
Next Regular Meeting: Tuesday, February 28, 2023, at 6:00 p.m.
Submitted by
Carol Mauk,
General Manager/Secretary/Clerk