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• Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Minutes from the September 26th, 2009 meeting of The Summit POA

The meeting opened at 12:45 p.m. with 22 people attending. Lynn and Michael Swalik brought a lovely lunch for the people attending.

After lunch, President Joel Turner started to speak bringing up various issues concerning The Summit.

As an existing board, we are obligated to have a quorum and meeting once a year. All Board members were present. Charlotte May Campbell was added to the Board as official Secretary.

Joel went on to say that quite a few owners own lots and because economics are slow, the payments are slow as well. Lots that are for sale in Rutherford County are not

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selling. The owners who are way behind in their dues eventually liens will be put on their properties.

Jack Hoppenstodt from Yellow top attended our meeting as a friendly gesture. He offered many helpful suggestions from his expertise at Yellow top as past President. Yellow top just had their meeting October 10, 2009.


• Saturday, October 18th, 2008

Minutes from the October 18th, 2008 meeting of the Summit POA

Joel Turner, President called the meeting to order at 12:15PM and aasked everyone in attendance to introduce themselves.

Joel explained that he took over the President’s role from Jim McCormick six months ago after a vote by the officers.

Joel attended the POA meeting of YellowTop and spoke with the Golden Valley President to share interests and information. Topics of discussion included:

  • Security
  • Sheriff, EMS, Fire Department needs gate code
  • Emergency Code should be the same for all communities

Joel addressed the lightning strike on the gate and the power outage.

  • The strike destroyed the gate codes, but the gate has been repaired (Insurance will not cover the damage because the repair cost was less than our deductible)
  • Joel will get a demonstration from Evan (the gate keeper) on how to manually open the gate if we have a power outage