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Annual General Meeting

RLCA 2023 AGM

► Welcome & Introductions
► Malcolm Cockwell – Haliburton Forest Update
► Keynote Speaker – Robert Pye – Watersheds Canada
► Water Testing on RLCA Lakes – Results and Future Plans – Jess Kidd
► Internet and Cellular

  • Bryan Bomholt – Rogers
  • Andrew McGrath – Update on Bell and Starlink

► Coffee Break
► Donna Luger – Membership Update
► Donna Luger – Finance Report

RLCA 2023 AGM Presentation
RLCA 2022 Cumulative Effects Assessment & Lake Health Monitoring Presentation
RLCA 2021 AGM Presentation
RLCA 2021 AGM Chat

19:37:39 From Irene’s iPad to Everyone:
No question. Hit the wrong button. Yes, raised my hand to vote.

19:48:34 From Tegan Legge to Everyone:
http://www.invadingspecies.com/

19:52:44 From Paula Miller to Richard Luger(Direct Message):
you are still showing as host

20:12:19 From Keith McIntosh to Everyone:
We noticed a new large clear-cut lot on Redstone this year right down to the lake. Is there not a bylaw against this?

20:13:08 From Christine Legge to Everyone:
Are composting toilets a good alternative to septic systems?

20:13:24 From Tony & Donna Sokic to Everyone:
Have BG Algae been detected on Redstone?

20:14:10 From Rob Shields to Everyone:
also re bylaw what can be done to stop grass planting and fertilizing….and grass cutting with gas mowers!!??

20:29:35 From Thom Hagerty to Everyone:
We have previously had a septic system inspection undertaken and it is functioning properly. However, the tank itself is undersized. We have a permit to replace it and have contracted to have the tank replaced this fall. The existing tile bed is sufficient and meets requirements. Municipal staff visited the site as part of the permit to replace the tank, but we were not there when they came. Given that this is all in process, can we forego the inspection and associated costs? If s,o how can this be done?

20:36:11 From JessicaKidd to Everyone:
I’m going to leave and come back in
20:38:48 From Christine Legge to Everyone:
I believe Walt mentioned river rock as a good shoreline buffer. Is this a good alternative to a natural shoreline?

20:43:20 From bridgid to Everyone:
That looks amazing!

20:43:44 From cwalters to Everyone:
Web site looks great!!

20:50:27 From Thom Hagerty to Everyone:
What happened with Phosphorus in 2017?

20:59:33 From bridgid to Everyone:
The new bouys marking the passage between Big and Little Red are terrific!!!

21:00:30 From Malcolm Cockwell to Everyone:
I have to drop off. Thank you again for the invitation. If anybody has tree/forest/wildlife/other questions or concerns, always feel free to email info@haliburtonforest.com (preferably with pictures). On behalf of my colleagues at Haliburton Forest, we wish you all a healthy and happy summer!

21:02:24 From paytonk to Richard Luger(Direct Message):
Richard, when do you anticipate the marker buoys will be removed at the end of the season?

21:04:27 From paytonk to Richard Luger(Direct Message):
Thanks Richard. We LOVE the new buoys!

21:06:32 From bridgid to Everyone:
Thank you so much!! ‘

21:12:25 From Janet Arnold to Richard Luger(Direct Message):
Have you asked realtors up here to tell new buyers?

21:19:15 From bridgid to Everyone:
Thank you to Board and volunteers!!!

2020 RLCA AGM Minutes

2020 RLCA Annual General Meeting Minutes

July 15, 2020

Richard opened the 2020 RLCA Annual General (Zoom)Meeting and welcomed everyone to the meeting.

Richard made a motion to approve the RLCA 2020 AGM Agenda, as presented at the AGM on July 8, 2020.

Seconded by Lauri Kerr Vote by Poll Unanimous

Richard introduced the Board and acknowledged the association’s volunteers.

Presentations were given by the Haliburton Forest and John Smith gave an update on the key issues and initiatives from Dysart.

Bob Cole, Mike Johnson, and Gerry Oxford gave updates on Lake Water Quality, the Private Buoy Program, and Healthy Shorelines.

Richard moved to approve the minutes of the 2019 AGM titled” Redstone Lake Cottagers Association (RLCA), Annual General Meeting, July 13, 2019” and posted in the draft on the RLCA website on July 19, 2019. Seconded by Ann StonerVote by Poll UnanimousAfter Paula presented the Finances,

Richard moved to approve the “2019 Financial Results -Jan 1 -Dec 31, 2019” as presented to the members at the AGM on July 8, 2020.

Seconded by Joe Mulcahy
Vote by Poll Unanimous

Richard moved to elect.•Laurie Kerr•Donna Luger•Richard Luger•Paula Miller•Joe Mulcahyas directors of the RLCA for the period July 8, 2020until the next AGM or until his or her successor is elected or appointed, whichever shall first occur.

Seconded by Ann Stoner
Vote by PollUnanimous

2020 RLCA Annual General Meeting MinutesJuly 15, 2020

Richard moved to elect.•Laurie Kerr•Donna Luger•Richard Luger•Paula Miller•Joe Mulcahyas directors of the RLCA for the period July 8, 2020until the next AGM or until his or her successor is elected or appointed, whichever shall first occur.

Seconded by Ann Stoner
Vote by Poll Unanimous

020 RLCA Annual General Meeting Minutes

July 15, 2020Richard moved that we adjourn the 2020 RLCA Annual General Meeting.

Seconded by Joe Mulcahy
Vote by Poll Unanimous