Home Association Meeting Minutes – January 28, 2020

January 29, 2020 | Written by Knights of Columbus Marian Council #3827


Meeting called to order by Julian Hynnek, President, at 7:00 PM

Roll call:

Julian Hynnek, President                      P

Bill Weldon, Vice President                   P

Dom Violante, Treasurer                       P

Doc Williams, Secretary                        P

Curt Elsen                                              P

Joe Beckrich                                           P

Ned O’Doherty, Grand Knight                P

Ed Wilson, Deputy G K                          P

Others attending: Raz

Minutes of the last meeting were read individually and approved.

Treasurer’s report:

Home Association starting balance $1,500.00

Income $6,500.23

Expenses $6,161.40

Transferred to Real-estate fund $2,500.00

Ending balance $1,838.83

Building fund balance $1,981.16

Home Association real estate tax fund balance $10,132.76

Financials accepted.

Manager’s report: BMW wants us to consider a proposal to buy south parking lot and build a ramp on it that we can use.

Old Business: Walk through, 3 items assigned. We discussed when to re-carpet the pool room. Consensus was to wait until after Easter. Discussion was taken to put speed bumps on north drive way. We will consider again next spring.

New Business: Discussion taken on putting excess money over $1,500 ending balance, into building fund. Consensus was to put maximum in tax fund. Home Assn gave Ras permission to listen to BMW proposal on south parking lot.

Next month’s meeting is Feb 25th

Next month’s walk through done by  Bill and Ed

Closing prayer said by all.

Meeting adjourned at 7:48

Respectfully submitted by Doc Williams

Knights of Columbus Marian Council #3827
Marian Council #3827 is Minnesota’s largest Knights of Columbus chapter, part of a billion-dollar international Catholic organization. We promote family life, education and citizenship. Annually we donate charitable fundraising and volunteers hours to the Richfield-Bloomington area, including: Fireman’s Softball Tournament, for youth, Tootsie Roll Drive for children with disabilities, Vocations Dinner for local seminaries, Student Loan Dinner for college, Coats for Kids of warmth for children, Keep Christ in Christmas, a free community party, Golf Tournament, benefits youth charitie and Respect for Life events Loaves & Fishes, feeding Richfield’s poor.