Master Association Nov. 17 Board Summary
On Nov. 17, the Ken-Caryl Ranch Master Association Board held a regular meeting and discussed the following items:
- Victoria DeSair reported on the Jefferson County COVID Level Red starting on Nov. 20. Updates on office hours and programming will be posted at the website.
- The annual Christmas Tree Sale will be on Dec. 4 & 5 by reservation only. No walk-ins will be allowed to ensure small group sizes and social distancing. Reservations are available at ken-carylranch.org beginning November 25.
- The Board reviewed the existing MA mission statement and found it to still be relevant. The mission statement will remain as-is.
- Victoria DeSair reviewed the current check signing process as well as check signing policies from other organizations. The Board will review a draft check signing policy at the next meeting.
- Resident John Fosholt expressed concerns about the MA Board’s hearing for the fire lit in the Open Space. The Board did not have a public hearing for the fire and instead met with the families involved in a special meeting. Meeting minutes from the hearing will be published on our website.
- Resident Dave Banning expressed concerns about adding two full-time Ranger positions in the 2021 MA Budget.
- Resident Rilla Reinsma requested that the Oct. 20, 2020 MA Board meeting minutes be modified to reflect conversations regarding conflicts of interest related to the South Hogback cultural and biological survey. Based on attorney feedback, the Board decided not to modify the minutes, because conflict of interest was already addressed in the minutes.
- Resident Kayla Kirkpatrick expressed concerns regarding special meetings that are not open to the public and shared information regarding nonprofit standards for special meetings.