editor1 on March 28, 2017

At last night’s meeting, the board of directors voted 5-3 to give Omni a three year contract.

Directors Mike Yoha, Joe Krill and Frank Calderone voted no.

Directors David Distler, Carol Korthaus, Toni Moulthrop, Larry Salone and George Cobert voted yes.

editor1 on March 27, 2017

The Treasure Lake Property Owners Association will hold its March board of directors meeting tonight (Monday, March 27) at 6 p.m. at the Lakeview Lodge.

editor1 on March 26, 2017

WJAC TV featured Treasure Lake in a segment Saturday night on TV.

The piece was very well coordinated and featured the golf course, campground and Lakeview Lodge.

Did any one watch the segment?

editor1 on March 25, 2017

Apparently there has been no progress to replace the front gate security building.

We learned that a director asked about the new building at this week’s meeting and the general manager said she did not know where she was supposed to go from here.

Director Joe Krill said he provided information on a builder who could do the project for $100,000.

The general manager stated that it did not include wiring and the building was on a crawl space not on a slab.

Director Dave Distler said to remember that the building is the first thing people see when you come to Treasure Lake.

editor1 on March 24, 2017

Treasure Lake will be featured on WJAC TV this Saturday at 7 p.m. as part of their Spring into Spring program.

editor1 on March 23, 2017

There is a life guard shortage and it is affecting Treasure Lake.

At a recent meeting, the general manager discussed posting signs at beaches and pools that say “swim at your own risk.”

They will have people at these locations to check passes, however, they would not be life guards.

editor1 on March 22, 2017

We have heard it declared before and we are hearing it again, property owners claiming that the majority of owners want to keep Omni.

We wonder how they know this?

The majority of property owners are absentee owners and then there is the fact that there are over 2,000 residents living here.

We are not convinced that the majority of these folks have made the decision one way or the other.

If individuals want to stand up and support Omni that is one thing; but, don’t claim the majority of owners want to keep Omni by simply declaring this as fact.

Then again if you keep claiming this, soon we will believe it! A clever manipulation of reality.

editor1 on March 21, 2017

Unfortunately Ed Yahner from Advance Disposal was unable to attend the March worksession meeting Monday night.

We are hoping that he can attend a meeting soon and answer property owner questions about garbage pickup and recycling.

editor1 on March 20, 2017

The March TLPOA work session will be held tonight (Monday, March 20) at 6 p.m. at the Lakeview Lodge.

editor1 on March 19, 2017

The TLPOA has announced that Ed Yahner of Advanced Disposal will be at the Board of Directors Work Session meeting Monday, March 20.

The meeting will start at 6 p.m. at the Lakeview Lodge.

If you have questions regarding trash pickup or recycling you may want to attend this meeting.

editor1 on March 18, 2017

Candidate packets are available for property owners who are interested in serving on the TLPOA board of directors.

There are four seats available this year.

Those leaving the board are David Distler, Carol Korthaus, Joe Krill and Toni Clark-Moulthrop.

David Distler and Carol Korthaus cannot seek re-election.

Packets may be picked up at the TLPOA office.

editor1 on March 17, 2017

A recent property control committee report included information on real estate transactions.

Approximately 159 houses and 103 vacant lots (including Cayman lots) were sold in 2016.

Realtors in the area stated that at any given time approximately 10 percent of houses or lots are for sale in the Treasure Lake community.

editor1 on March 16, 2017

The post office is being painted.

We are not sure who is responsible for this project but we say thank you.

The painting will improve the appearance of the facility.

editor1 on March 15, 2017

The TLPOA Board of Directors approved the 2017-18 budget last week.

Directors Joe Krill and Michael Yoha voted against the budget.

Has anyone heard why the two of them voted no on all three motions?