Meeting Summary May 2nd 2019 Board Meeting

Mailroom shutdown within 3 months was revealed at the May 02 Board meeting. After talks going back 6 years, USPS now demands that Holly Lake close its substation, because it cannot comply with ADA access standards. We may need to pick up our mail across US 27, unless a pavillion with outside boxes can be permitted and built at our ballpark. Members are urged to petition our Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. New pool chairs were purchased, and Terry Moody moved to pay for one attendant covering both pools during summer, 4 hours daily. Despite Board concern, the two pools remain open to outsiders. Attendees asked Board to control 2 speeding cars and a derelict boat floating on our lake. Manager Kathryn Sajdak spent 7 minutes again threatening the Voice’s publisher with legal action for disputing her fantasy version of last November’s Nominations debacle. The 2018-2019 Board’s illegal coronation is detailed here, backed by unrefuted audiotape evidence.

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