We have noticed that there has not been a Treasure Lake newsletter for quite sometime. We believe the last newsletter appeared in the spring. Has the board of directors or management decided to discontinue this communication to the property owners? We hope not. The newsletter could be a useful communication tool if it is produced the right […]
We understand that the TLPOA Board of Directors have received a legal opinion concerning operating/closing the amenities. We believe the property owners are entitled to this information. We are the people who paid for the legal opinion and we are the folks who pay for maintaining/operating the amenities. However, we are sure there are some board members […]
We have learned that the TLPOA has received the opinion from legal counsel regarding the amenities. This should provide property owners with information as to whether amenities can be sold or closed and how this can be done. We believe the board of directors will release the information soon.
One of our readers said the TLPOA Board of Directors agreed to hire an assistant manager. This must have happened in the executive session Monday. We have mixed feelings about hiring an assistant manager. We find it difficult to understand why Treasure Lake needs a full time manager and assistant manager. Our cost for management has to […]
We have learned that the TLPOA Board of Directors voted unanimously to elect David Distler as secretary/treasurer at Monday night’s meeting. There were no nominations for treasurer so David was elected. Board president Steve Tuller said that the bylaws allow the board secretary to be designated secretary-treasurer by majority vote of the directors.
The road paving project continues in Treasure Lake. Crews were working on a portion of Bay Road today. The TLPOA expanded its road work schedule this year after receiving bids that were lower than anticipated due to the decreased price for road paving materials.
A Jr. Ranger Day will be held Saturday (Oct. 22) at Little Flipper Lake from 3-4:40 p.m. Ranger Garrett will talk about bats and bat behaviors including what bats eat, where they live and how they track their prey. Kids will help the local population by building bat houses and placing them around the nature trail. Kids will be able to create […]
At Monday’s TLPOA meeting, directors talked about the new security building. Property owners who want to see what the new building will look like can stop to see the plans at the POA office. The price tag for the new building is estimated at over $150,000. Plans are to tear down the current security building and build the […]
The TLPOA held a special meeting Monday to accept Tony Cavaiola’s resignation as a director and board treasurer. When nominations were called for treasurer, Toni Clark Moulthrop immediately nominated George Cobert. Cobert did not accept the nomination explaining that his schedule would interfere. No other nominations were presented for the office of treasurer. At this point […]
Toni Clark Moulthrop replaced Director Tony Cavaiola on the Board of Directors per the TLPOA bylaws. Cavaiola resigned last week and Moulthrop was the sole candidate remaining who was not seated from the last board of directors election.
We can’t wait to see who the TLPOA board of directors will elect to be treasurer at tonight’s (Oct. 17) special meeting. Director Tony Cavaiola, who served as treasurer, resigned last week. We wonder if Director Mike Yoha will come back as treasurer. He did a nice job and explained the finances in detail. We trust […]
The topic of the Ski Lodge is on the work session agenda for Monday to be discussed in executive session. We appreciate the Ski Lodge because its been here for a long time, however, there are issues including the outdoor concerts and the payment of the rent. The building itself needs some attention that will […]