IAHA Board meeting

January 23, 2020


The meeting was called to order at 7:00 PM by President Gary. Present were: Al & Margaret Cleveland, Dave Martin, Gary Van Horn, Kelly Wilson, Herb Jolliff, Robert English, Alan Wright and John Horn. There were some guests in attendance also.


SECRETARY: The draft minutes from the December meeting had been posted on the website for the previous month. John Horn moved to approve the minutes as posted and Dave Martin seconded. All approved by voice vote.


TREASURER: The budget as approved two years ago was met and not exceeded in 2019. Margaret looked forward to apply the same budget the coming year. John Horn moved to approve that budgetary limitation and Al Cleveland seconded. All approved by voice vote.

Margaret listed the various amounts for the regular expenses throughout the year, including the liens that had to be filed with the County Courthouse. She also stated the amount that is in savings for the planned taxiway maintenance. Margaret further stated that her books are always open and any member can come to look at them.

There were 15 new homeowners last year, and this year so far there are two more new ones (both of whom are pilots). The neighborhood roster was distributed to the Block Heralds yesterday morning and all residents should be getting them shortly.


ARCHITECTURE: Dave started by saying that he could use some help with the committee as there are a couple of vacancies in the group. Meetings are held at 7PM at a time that is mutually convenient with the homeowner and the committee. Please contact Dave if you are willing.

There are five properties that the committee is looking at: the Johnston project on Stinson, the Hill property on Stearman, the Jackovich project on Mooney (this is late on compliance), the Cuevas house on Aeronca (to be completed in April), and the Herman property on Stearman. 


MAINTENANCE: One of the new residents (Shelly Herman) volunteered to assist with the Spring maintenance so that is good. The tractor has been serviced and, while getting tired, is still able to do the job. Al is looking for a rotary brush attachment for the tractor so manual sweeping won't be needed as much.

There were some questions about where the proposed fence will go when the ODA puts it in (they are surveying for it now), and there was doubt about the exact location of it. There are flags placed, but they are at pipe junctions and are not necessarily an indicator of where the fence will go.


PRESIDENT'S REPORT: Gary stated he has a clean bill of health at this point and he was sorry to have missed the December meeting. Aero Larson has helped the Board in the past and Gary wants to ask him if he will chair a committee to review the ByLaws and CC&Rs for proper legal language. Gary will work on it and bring a more complete proposal to the April meeting.


ADJOURNMENT: The meeting was adjourned at 7:28 PM by President Gary. Next meeting is April 23. Respectfully submitted by Robert English, secretary.