Regular Board Meeting

Calendar Review
Regular Board Meeting
Date:
12/12/2006 6:30 PM
Location:
Willow Creek Board Room
840 Willow Creek Road
Lake Arrowhead, California 92352

REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

AMENDED AGENDA

DATE: December 12, 2006
TIME: 6:30 p.m. Closed Session; 7:00 p.m. Open Session

LACSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PO Box 1412, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352

POSTING: This agenda was posted prior to 5:00 p.m. on December 5, 2006 at the Board Room & District Office.

MEETING LOCATION
Willow Creek Board Room
840 Willow Creek Road
Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352

A. CALL TO ORDER – Mary Ann Dickinson, President
B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
C. AGENDA POSTING CERTIFICATION

D. ROLL CALL

E. CLOSED SESSION
The Board will go into Closed Session to discuss:

1. Conference with District Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation.
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9 (a).
Lake Arrowhead Country Club vs. Lake Arrowhead Community Services District. Case Number SCVSS 121294.

2. Conference with District legal Counsel – Existing Litigation.
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a)
Workers Compensation Claim #2006045431 Steven Papp

F. OPEN SESSION
The Board will come out of Closed Session and report on any action taken.

G. CONSENT CALENDAR
The following consent items are expected to be routine and non-controversial, and will be acted on at one time without discussion, unless an item is withdrawn by a Board member for questions or discussion. Any person wishing to speak on the Consent or Open agenda may do so by raising his/her hand and being recognized by the President.

Approval of Minutes

There are no Minutes ready for approval.

1. Local Agency Investment Fund Resolution Update.
Approve Resolution 2006-11 authorizing signers on the District’s Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) account.
(Presenter – Kathy Cortner, Finance Manager)

2. Bank of America Checking and Payroll Account Resolution Update.
Approve Resolution 2006-12 authorizing signers on the District’s checking and payroll account.
(Presenter – Kathy Cortner, Finance Manager)

3. Fixed Asset Policy.
Approve Fixed Asset Policy.
(Presenter – Kathy Cortner, Finance Manager)

H. ACTION CALENDAR

4. District Fiscal Year 2005/2006 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
Accept the Fiscal Year 2005/2006 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
(Presenter – Kathy Cortner, Finance Manager)

5. Final Financial Accounting of the 1992 Certificates of Participation Proceeds Executive Committee Recommendation.
Approve recommendation of the Executive Committee to accept as final the financial accounting of the 1992 COPs.
(Presenter – Kathy Cortner, Finance Manager

6. Authorize Continuation of Governmental Relations Services with Innovative Federal Strategies (Formerly Copeland Lowery Jacquez Denton & White). 
Authorize continuation of services with Innovative Federal Strategies for one year at a cost of $5,000 per month.
(Presenter – Kathy Cortner, Finance Manager)

7. Authorize Purchase of Bakelite Sign.
Authorize Interim General Manager to purchase a Bakelite sign to notify the Board when the audience is unable to hear.
(Presenter – Director Ted Heyck)

8. Board Meeting Schedule for 2007
Adoption of Resolution 2006-13 to Set the Board Meeting Schedule for 2007.
(Presenter – Patti McGonigle, Executive Assistant)

9. Election of Officers and Appointment of Directors to the Executive Committee.
The Board will elect a President and Vice-President and appoint two Directors and one alternative to the Executive Committee.
(Presenter – Patti McGonigle, Executive Assistant)

I. INFORMATION ITEMS

10. Executive Committee Report.
This is an information item only.
(Presenter – Mary Ann Dickinson, President of the Board)

J. DISTRICT MANAGERS’ REPORTS

1. General Manager’s Report
2. Finance Department
3. Operations Manager’s Report
4. Maintenance Department
5. Engineering Department

K. MEETINGS TO BE ATTENDED BY BOARD MEMBERS

Board members will have the opportunity to seek Board approval for attendance at meetings of other organizations, seminars, conferences, and other meetings not previously planned for.

L. PUBLIC COMMENT

This portion of the agenda is reserved for the public to discuss matters of interest, whether on the agenda or not. No action may be taken by
the Board, except to refer the matter to staff and/or place it on a future agenda. It is in the best interest of the person speaking to the Board to be concise and to the point. A time limit of five minutes per individual will be allowed.

M. BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS

N. ADJOURNMENT

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