Meeting Minutes

January 2021

Indian Springs Village Association (ISVA)

Monthly Board Meeting December 8, 2020

The Woodlands Township

 

MINUTES

Attendance: 

Board Members: Michael Saucier, Matt Pounders, Carol Stromatt, Richard Stromatt, Kelly Sharer, Richie Spurlock, Ken Schumann, Fred ‘Tripp’ McOmber

Township: Julie Quinn

 

Call to Order: Michael Saucier opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m.

 

Law Enforcement Report: Specialist Tavarez provided the law enforcement report for the month of December. Indian Springs had 1 DWI, 1 public intoxication, no narcotics arrest, no criminal mischief, 1 burglary of a motor vehicle, no burglary of a building and no home burglary. There were 19 vehicle crashes this month across Indians Springs. Responded to 16 alarms, had 157 traffic stops, 55 vacation watches, 17 welfare checks and 4 arrests.

MCSO again reinforced the new autism awareness program and the 9PM routine.

 

Neighbors’, Elected Officials and Candidates Comments:

 

Chief Buck, The Woodlands Fire Department gave a report on the services provided and status of the department. The Woodlands Fire Department saw a decrease in the number of calls for the first time in 20 years and actually had to put out public service notices notifying citizens that they can call for service during the pandemic. Service calls have increased over the end of the year but now seeing sicker people due to delays before calling for service. The township will be implementing a new testing center in Creekside Park and are now looking at a mass vaccination site in the early spring. 

 

Richard Stromatt gave a presentation on MUD 60 and the recent failure of piping along one of the pump station requiring the replacement of over 400 feet of pipe. 

 

Secretary’s Report: December meeting minutes were approved.

 

Treasurer’s Report: Tom Brown provided the report. ISVA was awarded $750 for the pollinators program and $400 for the 3R Bazaar. The website domain is expiring and Tom contacted Dan Lewis and he will handle. The board decided that the amount of scholarships will remain at $1,000 per scholarship. 

 

The Woodlands Township:  Julie Quinn distributed The Woodlands Township list of events and recommended that we select the date in October for Taste of the Village before schedule fills up. Arbor Day is Jan 23 with a drive-through service. Neighborhood services is promoting the address marking kits and have a loaner program for engraving machines through operation ID. Julie to review 9th or 16th as potential Taste of the Village date.

 

Old / Recurring Business: 

Parks & Recreation Advisory Council – No Meeting; Report will be sent to board when received

 

RDRC Update – No meeting was held due to shortage in representation

 

Law Enforcement Board – no meeting this month

 

Woodlands Magazine – March 2021 Issue – Green Up, Taste of the Village save the date

 

ISVA Website Tripp will add the scholarship landing page update 

 

Scholarship Committee – Current application has $1,000 listed as the award amount and will be the same for this year.

 

New Business

  • Township Service Agreement – the non-profit status still shows as suspended on the IRS website and will need to discuss with Mike Arendes on remaining required documents.
  • Appointment of Ken Schumann to treasurer – Mike made the official motion, Richard seconded and there was no opposition, appointing Ken to the position of Treasurer for the remainder of the term. 
  • ISVA Representative Elections – forms due 1/21

 

Adjourn: Matt motioned for the meeting to adjourn at 8:37 and Carol seconded. The motion was unanimous and the meeting closed.

 

NEXT MEETING: February 9, 2021 at 7:00 pm over Zoom (link to be provided)

 

Submitted by Matt Pounders