HIGHLANDS COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
March 20, 2017
Board Members Present: Ellena, Fowler, Green, Heist, Moles
Board Members Absent: None
Management Present: Miller, Sinicropi
Meeting called to order at 6:42 p.m.
Moles moved to accept the January 23, 2017, minutes. Ellena seconded.
Management Report – Agenda Items
Moles moved to accept the Drone policy with corrections. Ellena seconded.
Heist moved to accept the contract with Interstate Gas Company, Inc. for $3.59 per MCF. The contract expires March 31, 2018. Green seconded.
Bed Bug Policy/Addendum
Moles moved to accept the Bed Bug Policy and Addendum with corrections. Ellena seconded. These policies will be sent out with the income certifications and must be signed and returned to the Office.
Management is working on a Robo Call program for Highlands based on the Lansing School District system. There are five different options available on the system that Highlands might use as follows:
Snow Removal information
Income Certification reminders
Neighborhood Watch information
The cost is $5.00 per year for each Member signed up. The Member can choose to receive the robo calls via e-mail, text message or voice mail and can choose a time frame for which to receive the calls. Management will schedule informational meetings for the Members to attend.
Table for next meeting.
Parking Lot 18
A spec sheet is being done on the work needed to redo the whole lot. Management is getting bids on the project and anticipates the project to be done by late summer.
Ellena moved to authorize the purchase of a used Boss salt spreader. Mark Robert knows someone (M. Schafer) whom he trusts who is selling one for $4,500.00. It is a year old and in good condition. A new one would cost $6,100.00. Heist seconded.
Adjourned at 7:42 p.m.
Mary P. Heist, Secretary, Board of Directors
Highlands Cooperative Association