August 1, 2011, 5:00 p.m., BCAC
August 1, 2011, 5:00 p.m., BCACMinutes~
Attending: Janet Aniol, Maggie Holt, Karin Krippene
Janet called the meeting to order at 5:02 pm with Maggie recording. Janet announced that no actions may be taken because of a lack of a quorum.
Information items were discussed.
Acceptance of minutes of the previous meeting will be requested at the September meeting.
Treasurer's report indicated a balance of $1,040.26 in the general checking account and $11,556.72 in the CD. The water bill was still high because of the line break and work.
President's update: We are still waiting for information from Steve Estes on noxious plants.
Residents remarked on vegetation blocking visibility at intersections and the change of location of the Yield sign at the south entrance ramp onto I-17.
P&Z: Copper Canyon Academy will consider screening when and if development occurs near them. Thurman appeared upset with this answer.
Tom Saunders spoke re LMPOA's nonsupport re the swine issue. Thurman objected. Min. 70,000 SF of land is required before any farm animals.
Beaver Buggy: Maggie reported that new trip equivalencies (because of way ADOT counts trips) stands at 900 through July.
Karin might pursue having local residents cutting trees near bridge.
Restriping area around Rollins Park: Handicapped parking spaces will be brought up to ADA standards.
WBC Bridge: Design work to replace bearings is underway with additional design work to be done. BOS approved FEMA map of washes, etc.
Old Business: County redistricting will be taken up at the 8/22 BOS meeting in Prescott. We do have recourse if unhappy with outcome.
New Business: Legislative redistricting is underway and critically important.
There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 5:43 p.m.
Margaret A. Holt, Secretary
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