Rocky Mountain Flycasters - Board Meetings
Rocky Mountain Flycasters Board Meeting Notes
April 14, 2014
Attendance: Lance Asherin, Gil Coleman, Dennis Cook, Sean Cronin, Tom Culbertson, Cullen Emsing, Lee Evans, Bob Green, Wil Huett, Dick Jeffries, Lynda Jefferies, Brad Kiehne, Jerry Pelis, Dave Piske, Stephanie Scott, Bob Streeter, Paul Wehr
- Introductions/Pres Comments: Stephanie Scott, CTU Outreach Coordinator was Dick’s guest all day & attended Bd. Meeting; secretary candidate Lance Asherin was guest.
- Minutes/notes of last board meeting taken by Lynda—they will be reviewed at June board meeting.
- Consent Agenda approved with 2 pulled items.
- Treasurer‘s report—“CO Gives” contributions to RMF have been acknowledged. Lee moved, David P seconded, that a line item be in each annual budget for contribution to CTU. Amount & form to be determined in annual budget development. Passed unanimously.
Youth Report—Trout In Classroom program incurred unexpected fish health testing costs, beyond budgeted amount. Lee moved approval, seconded and passed unanimously. Issue to be brought up as agenda item at future board meeting.
Thank you letter to O’Dells signed. Separate letter of thanks for tip jar donation to be sent.
- Thank you letter to O’Dells signed. Separate letter of thanks for tip jar donation to be sent.
- Slate of new officers posted. Need bios within next week. Exemplary Youth Education award presented to Dennis Cook, well-deserved!
- Letter of support for white-water park on Poudre just downstream from College Ave. requested by boaters. Board agreed to support request, contingent on development being in line with comments from CPW and other regulatory agencies.
- The Strategic Planning process will began with survey. Bob G. authorized to spend $300 for gift card incentives to survey participants. Survey results from individuals to be kept confidential.
- Dick reported that he recently requested, by individual telephone calls, that the Board approve RMF to serve as fiscal agent/sponsor for a “Healthy Rivers” grant. The Board gave its approval.
- Dick requested Board and Leadership Team approval to consider additional opportunities that may arise for RMF to act in the capacity as fiscal agent for the Big Thompson restoration group (BTRRC). The Board agreed to review such opportunities on a case by case basis. It was discussed that John Giodanengo’s newly formed entity is likely to receive funds from grants for work to be done under the umbrella of the Big Thompson Restoration Coalition. Concerns about RMF liabilities were raised and discussed.
- The question was raised if RMF is considered exempt from County & City sales tax?
Recorded by: Bob Streeter
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