Meeting Reports

 

property/location for a new WWPlant.  Board Member Ridgeway mentioned that Taylor County has entered a process of the storm water run-off/flooding, and looking the issues, and they have dedicated some of their BP money to help.  The board continued about the WW Plant.  Board Member Norwood stated he felt that BBWA should not continue to expand the WWP with the flooding issues, that maybe; they need to research another for a new WWP.   There was a lengthy discussion on the WWP, and what should be concerning, expanding, a new plant, or the flooding issue, etc.

 

XI.        Mark Logan

 

            a. Approval of fiscal year 2019-2020 board meeting dates:  The board members discussed when the best day and time to meet would work for the monthly meetings.  Both Dixie & Taylor County Commissioners have other meetings that may be an issue.  Board Member Mills stated the first Thursday at 5:00 p.m. works best for him.  Board Member Murphy stated the fourth Thursday at 5:00 p.m. is best for him, unless a meeting is changed for Taylor County.  Board Member Norwood made a motion to approve the 2019-2020 meeting dates for the first Thursday at 5:00 p.m.  Board Member Mills seconded the motion, and the vote was, Norwood, Mills, Corbin, Hart McKinnon agreed, Board Member Ridgeway, Murphy, disagreed.  The motion  passed.  T

 

            b. Miscellaneous:  None

 

XII.       Citizens’ Input:  None

 

            a. Charlie Norwood-Sea Hag Marina Motel-Lift Station:  original install design and problems:   Customer/Board Member Norwood stated that he has had an issue  about sewer  due to a power outage causes the sewer floods into the house.  Board Member Norwood stated this has been an on-going issue due to the lower elevation of the house, and has always been a problem due to the sewer flow from the pump.  The Board discussed at length as to what needs to be done to resolve the problem.  Board Member McKinnon made a motion to have our engineer, Mike Murphy, and GM Mark Reblin investigate as what needs to be done, whether install a generator, or repair/install a stop valve, etc.  Board Member Mills seconded the motion, and the vote was unanimous.

XIII.       Board Members’ Requests:  Board Member Mills asked about the possibility of changing the “floater” board member from 1 year term to 2 years term.  Attorney Logan stated the issue has to be handled through the legal steps.  Several of the board members discussed their views of the stand of 1 or 2 terms.  Board Member Corbin explained as to why she voted, (all board members has to be in agreement, even if one is against the issue.)  Several of the board members had an issue, and thinks it needs to be changed, due to not having problems with finding board members to serve, or not having enough knowledge to know what is going on with the business/community.  Attorney Logan stated that he could draft a resolution to change the terms of the “floater.”  Board Members Mills and Hart feels that their feelings need to put their differences aside with anything that may cause issues.  The discussion became rather long, with Board Members Mills and Hart, and Norwood.  Board Member Norwood stated,” He felt that there are others that could volunteer with the Board, but there are no one that wants to fill a position. Discussion continued but no motion was made as to altering the length of the floater term.     After discussion, Board Member McKinnon did