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Bryn Du Minutes December 3, 2014

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Regular Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, December 3, 2014

 

Members present:       Candi Moore, Chair, Reed Fraley, Jurgen Pape, Keith Myers, Larry Bicking, Nate Willison eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:10. 

Public Comments:       No Public Comments

Minutes:  Jurgen Pape moved to approve the October 22, 2014, minutes.    Larry Bicking seconded the motion, the motion carried. There were no meeting minutes for November.

-Jurgen had made a couple of amendments to the minutes.  Mitch was to give us a “cost estimate”

Financial Report:        Reed reviewed the financial report for October, 2014. Keith Myers moved to accept the October financial report, and Jurgen Pape seconded the motion, the motion carried. 

Executive Director’s Report:  Bruce reviewed his report for the month.

Old Business:     

Update on Art & Wine Plans – See Bruce’s report.

Update on Polo – (Bruce) Issue is being resolved with both clubs sharing the field on alternating weeks.

2015 Budget/Capital Projects – Larry suggested that we add budget considerations to give Bruce staffing flexibility. Candi asked Bruce to give his recommendation on staffing.

-Bruce suggested that we do not have time or plan in place to work on pool covering for 2014-2015. We should look at putting plan in place and try for that in 2015-2016.

-Jurgen presented an estimate he received to complete the Community Gardens project.

-Candi suggested we purchase windows for additional buildings now that would begin making those building more functional.

-Keith also suggested that additional lighting around/on the Laundry building would be beneficial.

-Bruce mentioned generators being a potential Capital Project.

-Keith asked that Bruce put together a Capital Project list for the Board to review, something that includes bigger projects beyond maintenance projects.

Reed and Keith added that we should also have a list of completed projects and sources and uses of funds to demonstrate use of funds for projects and also show the funds we have added.

Reed suggested that we put together our project list for the village to include upgrades and improvements to “The North Lawn” area.

New Business:  Annual Report – (Bruce) preparing the report to present to the Village, with a theme being the restoration of the Carriage House.

2015 Meeting Schedule – Keeping with 3rd Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.

Radon issues at GSVA – Getting an estimate on 12/04/2014.

Candi- made point of getting $75 gift card for Bob and Athena:

Other: None

Executive Session:  Reed motioned to enter into Executive Session for purpose of discussing personnel matters, Jurgen seconded the motion.

The roll call for attendance is as follows: Larry Bicking, Jurgen Pape, Reed Fraley, Nate Willison, Keith Myers, Candi Moore

Staff was dismissed for the session.

Keith motioned to end Executive Session

-          (Keith-motioned)(Jurgen 2nd) to give Bruce a 5% raise, plus continuation of reimbursement of direct expenses.

-          (Larry-motioned) (Jurgen 2nd ) to give Athena a $1 per hour raise to her 2014 base rate

            The meeting was adjourned at 9:16 p.m.

                        The next regular meeting is scheduled for January 28th, 2015

Bryn Du Minutes October 22, 2014

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Regular Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, October 22, 2014

 

Members present:       Candi Moore, Chair, Reed Fraley, Stewart Dyke, Jurgen Pape, Larry Bicking, Nate Willison eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:00. 

Public Comments:       Two Polo teams were here to present their proposals to the Board. Horace Henriot spoke on behalf of the Play Polo Club. He gave us background on the club and its members some of which are international members along with their mission for the future.  He stated that they would like to share in the use of our field with the Columbus Polo Club. He feels that the mowing and care of the field should be handled by a third party.  Others from this group praised the beauty of Bryn Du’s field and their desire to play here stating that they feel more polo is better economically for Granville. Then Sheila Everett from the Columbus Polo Club shared a little of their 30 year history here and of this past season and how they also enjoyed the beauty of Bryn Du’s field. One of her concerns was possible overuse of the field on both Saturdays and Sundays by the two clubs. She felt that the mowing was handled fine this past season and that they didn’t like the idea of a third party mower using their equipment or paying for a third party.  Candi then asked “Why can’t you both use the field,” Sheila stated that there were concerns brought up by spectators about safety and the feeling that perhaps they weren’t welcome by the other group.  Bruce later asked for our mowers back, they have evidently been somewhere to be worked on. Other comments were about the mowing and donations for charities.  Our position was stated that we would like to keep polo here as an educational and community event and that we hope these two teams can work things out.

Minutes:                      Larry moved to approve the August 27, 2014, minutes.    Jurgen seconded the motion, the motion carried. There were no meeting minutes for September.

Financial Report:        Reed reviewed the financial report for September, 2014. Jurgen moved to accept the September financial report, and Larry seconded the motion, the motion carried. 

Executive Director’s Report:  Bruce reviewed his report for the month. He said we finally got the new doors we had been waiting on for the Carriage House; however we are still waiting on the punch list items. We have done several types of business meetings so far in that building.  Regarding the recent homecoming picture takers that seemed to invade during a full wedding weekend (one in the Mansion and one in the Field House), we will in future contact the schools to have them discourage this visit by parents and kids.

Old Business:    Community Garden Discussion – Jurgen reported that he and Bruce had met with Mitch Claggett. Mitch is going to develop a plan and cost estimate to stabilize the gazebo building in that area. They also found that there is water, sewer, electric and gas. Bruce will call Mitch to see if he has moved forward with anything on the game plan, so we have something by next meeting.

Maintenance Projects Update and Priority Discussion – Pool deck, Candi will ask Keith if he has come up with plans for this yet. Bruce needs to have a brainstorming session to see if there are other major projects that need to be done. Ideas to think about: 2nd floor of Carriage House renovation, fence repainting, extra parking at East side of property. 2nd floor of Mansion renovation - will need elevator. Which building makes the next step most feasible.

New Business:  Update on Art & Wine Plans – They are at this point two separate events. They have till Dec 1st to let us know which way it will go, together or apart.

Update on Polo – Discussion on both club’s proposals. We would like to see them work it out. We would like the USPA to mediate between them to resolve their issues instead of us. We also will need to find out about mowing specifics, who is going to take care of the field?  The Play Polo, LLC said that November 7th is their deadline for planning and advertisement purposes. It was suggested that perhaps we make two different contracts due to the education aspect of the Columbus Polo Club and their Sunday game playing.

Begin 2015 Budget Discussion – begin thinking about items for the budget.

Other: Radon – Candi asked Bruce to check with Steve Stilwell about how commercial buildings deal with Radon issues.

Executive Session:  Reed moved to go into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing Personnel matters.  Candi seconded the motion. The roll call for attendance is as follows: Larry Bicking -yes, Jurgen Pape –yes, Reed Fraley - yes, Stewart Dyke - yes, Candi Moore - yes, Nate Willison-yes. Staff was dismissed for the session. After executive session the meeting was adjourned.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:18 p.m.

The next regular meeting is scheduled – December 3rd      

Bryn Du Minutes August 27, 2014

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Regular Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Members present:       Candi Moore, Chair, Reed Fraley, Stewart Dyke, Jurgen Pape, Keith Meyers, Nate Willison eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:08. 

Public Comments:       None

Minutes:                      Jurgen moved to approve the July 25, 2014 minutes. Keith seconded the motion, the motion carried.

Financial Report:        Reed reviewed the financial report for July, 2014. Reed went over the construction costs briefly and stated that most bills have already been paid. We are still waiting final punch list items to be completed before the final bill will be paid.   Keith moved to accept the July financial report and Nate seconded the motion, the motion carried.  Reed said that he did submit the 9-90 on time. Bruce has the 9-90 report electronically if anyone wants some light reading.

Executive Director’s Report:  Bruce reviewed his report for the month. The building and safety inspection has been done we are waiting on paperwork to be posted. We just found out this week that all tents that go up have to have a building inspector come out and inspect them and we have to pay a fee per year.   Bookings have picked up for next year, we are very close to booking pace of the previous year and the Carriage House is booking for various events as well.  We gave put in for a grant to the Licking County Foundation for a part time gardener for next year.  Recently, we had 30 chairs donated by Main Events for our Carriage House. Our Programming committee is currently working on our fall Life/Local series.

Old Business:    Carriage House Project: Finishing and Wrap Up- we had our grand opening event at the beginning of August and it was well attended. There is a punch list that needs to be done by Robertson. Candi asked if there were other things that need to be done or that we need to run the building. She asked for us to work up list.

Update on Granville Rec District Discussions – Bruce has met with Steve Stilwell and Andy Wildman several times, and he has worked up a preliminary proposal. He will be meeting again to iron out details.

Community Garden Discussion – Next steps – Keith feels that we may want to start with securing the gazebo structure and turfing the grounds.  Jurgen feels that the fence needs to be addressed as well to protect whatever goes in the space in the future. Bruce will see if Mitch Claggett can come up with some numbers for these projects.

Maintenance Projects Update and Priority Discussion -

Pool Deck Ideas- Keith is working on some ideas for the space

Bees and Termites – termite inspections will take place in the fall when things slow down

Sewers and Drains – Smoking of drains took place. Now there is going to be a hole dug and a camera run in the sewer space to see where some lines are running. Bruce is currently working with the Village Water Department on this on this project.

Others – Bruce would like to look into some additional lighting in some spaces that could use it. In addition, the back steps to the Mansion are deteriorating due to use and will continue to do so as winter sets in. We did have a minor repair on the barn roof this week that caused a little water damage.

New Business: 

Schedule for remainder of Year – Candi asked if it ok with everyone to combine November and December meetings and make it December 3rd.  Everyone agreed.

Experience Granville – Response was tepid last year and the chamber is not very supportive. So no Experience Granville this year.

Other: Keith said that Bill Lafayette is ready to go ahead with the impact study he needs data from us.

                        The meeting was adjourned at 8:31 p.m.

                        The next regular meeting is scheduled – September 24th      

Bryn Du Minutes July 23, 2014

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Regular Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, July 23, 2014

 

Members present:       Candi Moore, Chair, Keith Myers, Reed Fraley, Stewart Dyke, Larry Bicking  eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:01. 

Public Comments:       None

Minutes:                      --- moved to approve the June 25, 2014 minutes, --- seconded the motion, the motion carried.

Financial Report:        Reed reviewed the financial report.  --- moved to accept the financial report, ---seconded the motion,

Executive Director’s Report:  Bruce reviewed his report.

Old Business:    Carriage House Project:

            Construction Update/Issues

            Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting

Maintenance Projects:

            Pool Deck

Bees and Termites

Others

New Business:  Granville Rec District Requests:

 

                        The meeting was adjourned at 8:03 p.m.

                        The next regular meeting is scheduled – August 27th      

Bryn Du Minutes June 25, 2014

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Regular Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, June 25, 2014

 

Members present:       Candi Moore, Chair, Keith Myers, Nate Willison, Jurgen Pape, Stewart Dyke, eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:01. 

Public Comments:       None

Minutes:                      Stewart moved to approve the May 28, 2014 minutes, Jurgen seconded the motion, the motion carried. Stewart moved to approve the special minutes from the June 18 meeting, Jurgen seconded the motion, the motion carried.

Financial Report:        None

Executive Director’s Report:  Bruce reviewed his report. Art & Wine made money this year, so they indicated that they will be back next year, they used both buildings and the front lawn.  Nationwide was here with 360 ppl, their event went well. They used some off duty police for parking, so parking was not a problem.  Bob is replacing some boards on the pool decking. Rentals seem to be slower than this time last year but we have new advertising put in place and it is just too soon to tell its impact.

Old Business:    Carriage House renovation – Phil reviewed the additional information that he was asked to provide. Keith motioned that we approve the change orders based on Reed’s approval of financial evaluation. Receiving the approval, we will work through the payment process of who is responsible for what, Jurgen seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Carriage house grand opening- Candi suggested that we have a Grand Opening celebration with ribbon cutting for the new building. We discussed perhaps tying this in with the Village Council meeting and weenie roast that will be here August 6th.  Bruce and Athena will talk to Molly Prasher and the Mayor about this possibility.

Major Maintenance Projects – identify greatest needs – Bruce reviewed his list of proposed projects. And the filling/resurfacing of the pool (Terrace Patio) seems to be one of the more urgent projects, because the Terrace, Back porch of the Mansion and other patio areas are used the most for rentals during the summer months.

Jurgen was finally able to meet with Bob about all the lines that run underground. One area of concern is the Sewer water from the barn and laundry house has been backing up causing those areas to flood.  The Village Service Dept. will be doing a smoke-out of sewer and sanitary lines to try and find the root of the problem here soon.

New Business:  Jurgen brought up the tree screen, he wants to try to let the grass grow up around the trees in an effort to create more of a screen and to protect the current trees from mower damage.

                        The meeting was adjourned at 8:03 p.m.

                        The next regular meeting is scheduled – July 23rd    

Bryn Du Minutes Special June 18, 2014

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Special Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Regarding Carriage House Renovation

 

Members present:       Candi Moore, Chair, Larry Bicking, Reed Fraley, Nate Willison, Keith Myers,  Stewart Dyke, eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:12. 

Public Comments:       None

Old Business:    Carriage House plan – A review of the current status of the project. Discussion about the changes orders that are outstanding and their effect on the budget for the project.

Change orders:

#1-Existing Field Conditions: Changes include removal of additional concrete that was found underground in order to complete the plumbing work. Pricing was approved.

#2-Electrical – Changes in kitchen area, pendant lights took out and can lights added because center island area removed, counter added on north side with addition of 4 power outlets, new floor electrical box because of removal of center island that would have housed electrical outlet, phone line movement to be included in internet access location, deduction of coach lights in front because of extra electrical lines that would have been needed on exterior.  Board needs further clarification on costs – most of the work has been done.

#3 – Plumbing- Water heater goes to electric from gas, exclude icemaker hookup, exclude water hookup for coffeemaker. Extend vent stack through roof. Rough-in for future 2nd flr furnace/air conditioning unit has been done - who is responsible for decision. Board needs further clarification on costs for these items.

#4 HVAC – Zoning system for heating/cooling excluded because it does not add any real tangible value.   

#5 Appliances – no icemaker, no under counter freezer, top mount fridge in black for budget of $1000 (Bruce will get more information by 5pm tomorrow).

Robertson Construction reported that there is a delay on the doors for the interior entrances. They stated that the facility will be otherwise finished so that it could be used without these doors for a while if needed until they can be obtained and installed.  Also, the main doors are in just need to be installed.

Phil should have clarification of costs next week.

Reed expressed distress of Phil’s handling of the project.

 

                        The meeting was adjourned at 9:00 p.m.

                        The next regular meeting is scheduled – June 25th   

 

Bryn Du Minutes April 23, 2014

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Regular Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Informational Meeting Only

Members present:        Candi Moore, Chair, Larry Bicking, Reed Fraley, Nate Willison, eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:10. 

Public Comments:       Sylvia Bast offered praise to the Board and what they have accomplished.

Minutes:                      No changes reported. Approval is deferred till next month.

Financial Report:         Reed reviewed the financial report for March. 

Budget for 2014 is ready, approval will be deferred till next month.

990 Status – Sandra is currently working on it. Due in May or may be extended to October. The only real significant change is that we are now a polling place.

Executive Director’s Report:  Bruce reviewed his report. He stated that there have been more construction needs and improvements than anticipated. The spring events have all come to fruition and have been well received. We now have two interns for the summer and Bob will hopefully be back at least for light duty soon.

Old Business:     Carriage House plan – Candi and Steve Stillwell signed a Notice to Proceed with Robertson Construction.  Bruce received a construction schedule today showing the timeline for the project. It should run through mid-July.

Community gardens – No update

Economic impact analysis – No update

New Business:  Staffing and interns – Candi asked if we should look into an additional staff member for maintenance or general upkeep pending Bob’s return, or for future needs. She also brought up that we  should have a cumulative on-going list of items that need to be addressed on a regular basis or seasonal basis.

Code of Regulations – We will review the Corporate Organization along with Officers and timing of Meeting schedules in May.

Other – We will look ahead to State monies in a couple of years so for the remainder of the year we will look to future events.  We welcomed Nate Willison to the Board as a new member.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:56 p.m.

The next regular meeting is scheduled – May 28th   

Bryn Du Minutes March 26, 2014

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Regular Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Members present:        Larry Bicking, Chair, Stewart Dyke, Jurgen Pape, Keith Myers, Kris Burkett eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:11. 

Public Comments:        None

Minutes:                      Jurgen moved to approve the minutes taken from February 26, 2014, and Keith seconded the motion, motion carried. 

Financial Report:         Reed reviewed the budget figures for 2014 and the finance report for February. Stewart moved to accept the financial report and Jurgen seconded, the motion carried.

Executive Director’s Report:  Bruce reviewed his report. He stated that we have had a very busy winter between snows and activities, currently the 2014 Bryn Du Art Show is moving in for a week and a half run.  We have had some painting touch ups in the Mansion and Field House.  We’ve received a $7k grant toward the Carriage House kitchen.  Also, we have been informed by the Village that there is a new person to replace Kris Burkett on the board when her term is up at the end of April.  We wish to give Kris an early Thank You for her work on the Board!

Old Business:     Carriage House plan – Bruce has met with the contractor and we have an agreement to proceed. The contractors have been waiting on permits this month. Robertson did state that they will be using some local subcontractors for some of the specialized work, and that work should begin in April.

Community gardens – Jurgen wants to talk to with Bob about underground utility items that may exist and could be beneficial to know where they are located before going further with planning.  Keith suggested that we will also need to strategize where the money will come from to get the project going and Reed suggested we look at three avenues: grants, raising our own (long term) monies, or creating another income producer.

Economic impact analysis – Keith will arrange for Bill Lafayette to visit and begin this analysis.

New Business:  Jurgen would like to get the Job Henderson drawings updated, starting with a subset map with information from Bob Lavender about utilities and any other underground items and then give it to Job Henderson for a formal update.

Identification of potential Board members and volunteers - Mr. Willison will be taking Kris Burkett’s place on the Board per the Village. Larry stated that the Board should have some notice when board member’s terms are coming due.  Also, an inventory of existing volunteers should be done to perhaps identify who might do additional volunteer work or have an interest in other capacities. It was determined that an intern could do this study this summer.

Other:  None

The meeting was adjourned at 8:07 p.m.

The next regular meeting is scheduled – April 23th   

Bryn Du Minutes February 26, 2014

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Regular Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, February 26, 2014

 

Members present:        Candi Moore, Chair, Larry Bicking, Stewart Dyke, Jurgen Pape, Keith Myers eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:11. 

Public Comments:        None

Minutes:                Larry moved to approve the minutes pending notes for executive session actions taken from January 22, 2014, and Jurgen seconded the motion, motion carried. 

Financial Report:       None

Executive Director’s Report:  Bruce reviewed his report. Have moved a lot of snow this last month! Bob has had back surgery, called us afterward and was feeling good. He will be back in 4 to 6 weeks. We have a listing of all of our new Life/Local lectures, the Granville Inn has agreed to give gift certificates for all of our speakers and help with food for the opening night of the art show. GCA will not be having games here anymore next season but will still use the Field House for practices.  We received $1,000 grant from the Granville Art Commission to use toward the art show.  Also, Township would like for us to do our annual presentation, so it has been scheduled for April.

Old Business:     Carriage House plan – it was decided that we should go ahead with the contract with Robertson Construction and have them get started in March.   

State Capital budget opportunity- Candi got a report back from Senator Schaffer’s office. The budget process has been delayed till May, after the primaries.  We do have a meeting with Representative, Jay Hottinger and he will be here March 7th.

We have submitted to the Granville Foundation for a $5,000 grant. We should hear back in a week or so.

Community Garden update – Jurgen has gotten information on Wildwood rentals and it is in line with what the community garden committee had in mind for our possible garden rental space.

New Business:  We got a final bill from Enjoy Co. for the remainder of the fountain from 2012 install, we will submit for payment. The new bill is half of the final from the original bill, presumably due to the problems from the original install.

Bruce said that we also need a new flag and light for the flag pole and he is working on this already.

Other:  None

                        The meeting was adjourned at 9:14 p.m.

                        The next regular meeting is scheduled – March 26th   

Bryn Du Minutes January 22, 2014

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Regular Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, January 22, 2013

 

Members present:        Candi Moore, Chair, Larry Bicking, Stewart Dyke, Jurgen Pape, Keith Myers, Reed Fraley, Kris Burkett eand Bruce Cramer, Exec. Dir. The meeting was called to order at 7:10. 

Public Comments:        None

Minutes:                Jurgen moved to approve the December 16, 2013, minutes pending corrected wording to go into executive session, and Stewart seconded the motion, motion carried. 

Financial Report:       Reed reviewed the financials as of December, 2013.  Then he moved into budget discussion.  Larry moved to accept the financial report and Jurgen seconded the motion, the motion carried.

  • Budget – Reed’s discussion was based on this past year’s income and whether we should estimate next year at the same level and how much reserve we will maintain after the Carriage House renovation.   Factors that will impact the budget include the water bill by an estimated $5,000, a change in rental rates for 2015 and the final costs of the renovation.

Executive Director’s Report:  Bruce reviewed his report – Have been very busy with meetings for upcoming programing and tours for new weddings.  We conducted a count of the visitors that come through the facility, originally thinking that there were about 30,000 visitors but when doing a more accurate count we found that the number is double actually closer to 63,000.  Bruce also reviewed the new utility bill and the usage was very varied and particularly high for November. He will investigate the possible causes of the variance.

Old Business:     Carriage House plan – A meeting with Robertson revealed that they would be able to bring down project costs by about $10,000. The kitchen will now run about $30,000.  There was discussion on whether we accept the bid on the kitchen now or wait to hear about the decision on state capital budget funding. Consensus was to go ahead and do the kitchen with the rest of the project but that we would defer the second floor phase till we hear about the state funding.

State Capital budget opportunity- Candi and Bruce met with Senator Schaffer, Mr. Stilwell and others and gave them a tour of the facility. Senator Schaffer requested usage information including probable economic impact including our own income generated. Candi estimated that the 63,000 visitors that utilized the property last year had an estimated 850 thousand dollar economic impact. We should hear back in February on the outcome of the capital budget funding. We then talked to Robertson Construction and they have agreed to wait till we hear from Senator Schaffer.

Community Garden update – Jurgen met with the community garden committee and has come up with a draft proposal. It is broken into phases. The board will review Jurgen’s draft garden proposal for later discussion.

New Business:  Keith looked into the economic impact study, and has found a person, Bill Lafayette, who would be willing to look into the study.  Keith said that Mr. Lafayeete could put together a reasonable data collection. The board asked what fees would be associated and what data points will be needed that we could start putting something together early to assist in the study. Keith said he would report back.

Master Plan Discussion: - None

Executive Session:  Larry moved to go into executive session for the purpose of voting on action previously discussed regarding compensation of public employees.  Kris seconded the motion. The roll call for the vote is as follows: Bicking -yes, Pape –yes, Reed - yes, Dyke - yes, Moore - yes, Myers – yes, Burkett-yes. Staff was dismissed for the session.

Minutes for Executive Session Action: After returning from Exec session, Fraley made the following motion, which was seconded by Larry:
The 2014 compensation for Cramer and Koehler would be as follows:
        a. Koehler's compensation would consist of the following:
               1. Gross wage rate would be increased approximately 7.69%  per hour and
               2. Direct expense reimbursement for use of personal phone, which is used for periodic primary "on-call" duty, would remain at $25 per month.
        b. Cramer's compensation would consist of the following:
               1. Gross salary of would be increased  approximately 7.3% per month:
               2. Direct expense reimbursement for use of personal phone, which is used for primary "on-call" and regular secondary "on-call" , would be $175 per month; and
               3. Bryn Du Commission would continue to contribute, via the Section 125 program,  the full premium for family coverage for health insurance, which is $1817.50 per month for 2014.
Motion was unanimously approved.

Other:  None

                        The meeting was adjourned at 9:14 p.m.

                        The next regular meeting is scheduled – February 26th   

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