Association Meeting
September 10, 2011, 3:00 p.m.
Boone County Airport
1600 E 250 S
Lebanon, IN 46052

Members in attendance:
Earl Brosman — Director
Roy Dawes — Member
Don Deckard — Member
Gary Helton — Member
Gene Hollingsworth — Director
Steve McClure — Member
Michael Mossman — Secretary
Brian Newton — Member
Dick Patterson — Member
Darren Roberts — Member
John Saalwaechter — Vice President
Charles Westerfield — Member
Chad Williams — President

Also Present:
Ash Archer
Joe Vittitow
Steve Wojcik

Call to Order: The September 2013 Meeting of the Boone County Airport Association was called to order by President Chad Williams at approximately 6:07 p.m.

Lease Contract Status: A week ago Thursday property owner Don Geisler and Jay Schaumberg touched base on the property lease. Don is ready to get together with board, and would rather meet this week but nothing has been scheduled yet. Chad will call and set something up. The airport lease technically ends on October 16. Chad promises that nothing will be signed with Don until discussed with club. Chad hopes that we will be able to finalize things before October 16.

Property Maintenance: The property owner wants to do work on north end of runway and buildings. The twin Beech was moved to the ramp to make room for work on north end of the buildings. Chad left message with the Beech owner that tie-down space is no longer available and needs to know what he intends to do with it. Chad recommends that we table making any motion on acting on the plane for one month to see what the plane owner wants to do. Steve McClure motioned that the Beech remains until we get a chance to find out where it will go. Gene Hollingsworth seconded. All voted in favor of the motion.

Runway Maintenance: The runway will need maintenance this year; we didn't do it last year. Chad will bring it up with the property owner about runway repairs.

Auto Fuel Status: Auto gas filled again for mowing, snow removal, current price is now $3.97 per gallon, alcohol free 90 octane.

Equipment Ownership Status: Wayne Deckard claims that auto fuel tank is his property, as well as the rotating beacon. Old wind sock atop the maintenance hangar was Wayne's but is now removed. Wayne wants to sell the gas tank and has an interested party who wants to buy the rotating beacon. He wants $200 for tank. Chad motioned to pay $200 for tank; Steve McClure seconded. All voted in favor of the motion; none opposed. The rotating beacon was not actually offered to us. Chad Williams researched new and used beacons and found a relatively new one in West Virginia for $1,700, which includes a second older one for parts. Steve McClure moved to buy both for $1,700 then take Wayne's down. Chad Williams seconded. All voted in favor of the motion; none opposed.

(Chad Williams reported several days after the meeting that the offer from the seller in West Virginia was no longer valid so he did not complete the transaction.)

Fertilizer Tank Status: The ag company is coming back this month to get the tank. They donated $1,500 to the club for the use of the facilities during their crop spraying season.

Dog Roast Planning: The annual Dog Roast is scheduled for September 21. Members are asked to bring a side dish. The club buys hot dogs, buns, etc.

Transactions: Brian Newton bought Tom Rich's Warrior; Darren Roberts is buying Brian Newton's Cherokee and will be moving to Indianapolis Executive Airport for one year due to insurance requirements.

Equipment Maintenance: The dump truck has concrete and ballast in it and needs to be emptied before the snow season starts. We will request that Don Geisler lift the truck's gate, temporarily remove the ballast, then we can dump the rest. Steve McClure fixed a leak in the south fuel tank system.

Adjournment: Brian Newton motion to adjourn; Darren Roberts seconded. All voted in favor of adjournment.

Minutes by Michael Mossman, BCAA Secretary