Association Meeting
April 21, 2013, 3:00 p.m.
Boone County Airport
1600 E 250 S
Lebanon, IN 46052

Members in attendance:
Earl Brosman
Don Deckard
Wayne Deckard
Chuck Leucht
Steve McClure
Michael Mossman
John Mullennax
Dick Patterson
Charles Westerfield
Chad Williams
Gene Hollingsworth

Also Present:
Ellen Mulligan
Clyde ?

Wayne Deckard brought the meeting to order at approximately 3:00 p.m.

Asphalt Repair/Replacement: Wayne Deckard led a discussion of about repair or replacement of the asphalt on the apron area around the fuel island. During the November 2011 meeting the members voted to tear out the asphalt and fill the area with sod or soil and grass. Since that meeting, the club has received an offer to repair the asphalt. The company would remove the weeds, spray a herbicide, patch the broken areas, then coat a sealer over the area, which would be spread by hand, which would also fill the cracks. The larger cracks would be filled wth hot rubber, then sealed over the entire area. Typical repairs last three to four years. Price would be $2,500 for the area, and an additional $1,500 to repair the area between the ramp apron and the runway.

Earl Brosman motioned to rescind the vote on the sod and accept the offer to repair the apron area with the resealing, or repave if the property owners would contribute to the cost. Chad Williams seconded the motion. All voted in favor of the motion, none voted against.

Steve McClure volunteered to use rebar and caution tape to mark the area until the repairs are made.

Treasurer's Report: Chad Williams reported that the club has $5,530.27 in the checking account and $6,024.68 in savings. Approximately $3,300 is for fuel. Chad is comfortable with the club spending $3,000 or less for repairs, leaving sufficent cash for on-going airport operation and building reserves for fuel system maintenance and inspection, which will be due again in 2012.

Taxes: Chad Williams reported that the tax statements are completed and ready to file.

Insurance: Chad Williams reported that a copy of the club's insurance policy is on file in the office for inspection. The policy covers basic liability for the club; it does not cover the buildings or aircraft damage. Any damage to airplance, even if by buildings, should be covered by the aircraft owner's insurance.

Property Repair: Wayne Deckard asked members to do walk-throughs of the hangars and secure whatever could be moved by the wind. Check that the trash cans are tied to the poles. If you notice any loose panels on the buildings or damaged trusses, let the club know so that we can repair them. The club will do building repair on Saturday, April 28, weather permitting. Michael Mossman will pick up the basic materials. Wayne Deckard will get more steel panels for the repairs.

Fuel: The club still has about a half a load of fuel available, which is approximately 2,100 gallons. Chad Williams will order a new load of alcohol-free auto fuel for the mowing season.

Transactions: Jay Schaumberg's Beech Sierra is in annual and ready to fly.

Young Eagles: EAA Chapter 1311 will be hosting a Young Eagles event on Saturday, May 5 from 9 to 11 at Hendricks County Airport. Volunteer pilots and aircraft are needed.

Other Business: Ellen Mulligan, who is in her freshman year at Purdue, is interested in any type of aviation job and asked the club for referrals to potential openings.

Adjournment: Earl Brosman motioned to adjourn; Chad Williams seconded. All voted in favor of adjournment.

Minutes by Michael Mossman, Association Secretary