Association Meeting
September 17, 2005, 3:00 p.m.
Boone County Airport
1600 E 250 S
Lebanon, IN 46052

Members in attendance:
Earl Brosman
Roy Dawes
Wayne Deckard
Gene Hollingsworth
John Komnick
Chuck Leucht
Chuck Long
Michael Mossman
John Mullenax
Dick Patterson
Jack Snyder
Charlie Westerfield

Also Present:
Juawana Colbert
Zack Rogers
Dimitri Snowden

OLD BUSINESS: Wayne Dackard asked Andy Henderson about the prospect of Shorty Graves moving onto the premises to function as a watchman. Wayne reports that Andy said that the property was converted to commercial property; no one should live on the premises. Zoning and/or Area Planning won't allow a residence to be there. Also, Andy's insurance policy prohibits a residence.

Andy Henderson will grant a two-year contract to the association starting at the end of December with the same terms as before.

Treasurer's Report (submitted in advance by Chad Williams): About $8,500 in the bank but we will owe from $3,000 to $4,000 for fuel (av gas).

Gene Hollingsworth got a price for asphalt repair to the runway at about $2,900. He thinks we can do it ourselves much cheaper.

Wayne Deckard: The Hendersons may kick in for materials on runway repair.

Gene Hollingsworth and Gary Rogers will check into renting a "kettle" for asphalt patch.

Roy Dawes will be working on the dump truck; he says that the remaining work is a one-day job.

We will brush or roll paint the dump truck with John Deere yellow paint.

Wayne Deckard will bring a gasoline pressure washer for cleaning the runway areas to be repaired and cleaning the truck prior to painting.

Roy Dawes talked to Brentco on Friday, September 16; they may bring in fuel next week. The cost will still be about $2.70 per gallon. Association members will have about 18 cents per gallon tax. Brento wants to bring in a 1,000-gallon above-ground tank so when they order fuel they can bring in a full truckload.

NEW BUSINESS: Juawana Colbert and Dimitri Snowden of Kiddz2Go asked that the association host them on a Saturday during the fall. They will have between 12 and 48 kids, aged 5-12, who will want to see the airport and potentially take airplane rides.

Wayne Deckard: We need to do this before October or it would have to be held off until spring. There just isn't anything for kids to do out here when the weather is bad, and we won't be flying in bad weather.

Chuck Long commented that Young Eagles ages are 8-18. We can still fly the younger kids but they won't count as Young Eagles. We will need a signed parental permission form for each kid that will fly.

Michael Mossman moved that the association host Kiddz2Go; Chuck Leucht seconded. All voted in favor. Motion passed.

Wayne Deckard assigned Michael Mossman as the liaison between the association and Kiddz2Go.

Wayne Deckard: Do we want to change the time and/or day of the monthly meeting? Chad Williams says that it cuts into weekend flying trips. Gene Hollingsworth would like to see a different time. Wayne Deckard assigned Michael Mossman to put up a sign-up calendar for members to vote on meeting times.

Wayne Deckard: Winter is coming up. Check hangars for loose items, throw away trash. Check your tie-down ropes. Also, mice are starting to come in.

At this point the meeting was adjourned.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Michael Mossman, Association Secretary