Leesville Lake Association Inc.

                        Minutes of Board of Governors and Quarterly Members’ Meeting

                                                            October 13, 2011

                                    Altavista Train Station, Altavista, Virginia


                                                                                                            October 17, 2011


Board Members Present: Zimmerman, Tannehill, Bratz, Apple, Beaton, Caprario, Reilly, Revelle, Winters


Board Members Absent: Moore, Dalton, Estes, Kolotushkina, Pettit


Call to Order: ByZimmerman at 7:02 p.m.


Agenda: Distributed and approved by voice vote.


Minutes of Meetings of Aug. 11 and Sept. 9: Both approved as written by acclamation.


Treasurers Report: Distributed and approved by hand vote. Attached.


Committee Reports: Membership, Debris and PR Committee reports attached. Reports of other committees were not received prior to or at the meeting. Zimmerman reported:

            • Membership now 323, an increase of 12 to date this year.

            • Deadline for next newsletter if Oct. 17.

            • Pettit resigning for health reasons. Need chairman of Navigational Aids Committee.

            • Association’s 2012 calendar now available. On sale at end of meeting for $10 each.

            • Latest water quality assessment showed clarity up to Mile Marker 9. We are to receive the 2011 report of results in early January.

            • Skimmer reportedly worked on the lake 17 days to date this year.


Recognition: Zimmerman announced Caprario is resigning from the Board and presented a plaque to him for his long and valued service to the Board and Association. Need chairman of the Safety Committee.


Old Business: None


New Business: None


Members’ Meeting: Zimmerman introduced the featured topic, a Power Point presentation entitled “Cut Unnecessary Regulatory Burden” (CURB), produced by Bill Brush, member of the Tri-County Lake Administrative Commission (TLAC). It high-lights the burdens imposed on home and land owners, businesses and others by virtue of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s mandates relating to the latest Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) of Appalachian Electric Power Co. (AEP). He announced that a delegation representing the Association, Smith Mountain Lake Association, local governments and other non-profit organizations will meet with members of Congress on Oct. 25 to discuss the burdens and attempt to obtain relief from the mandates. A report of the results of that meeting will be posted on the Association’s Web site. Zimmerman concluded the presentation by answering questions from the 31 members in attendance.


Adjournment: By acclamation at 8:25 p.m.


Respectfully submitted,


Gordy Bratz