Copy of Draft Meeting Minutes for June 27, 2022
Colonial Country Club
Community Development District
The regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the Colonial Country Club Community Development District was held on June 27, 2022 at 2 p.m. at the Colonial Country Club Activity Room in the Community Center at 9171 Independence Way in Fort Myers, Florida and also via phone conference.
Present and constituting a quorum were:
Joseph Zajac – Chair
Tim Worthington – Vice Chair
Howard Klein – Assistant Secretary
Giovanna Scuderi – Assistant Secretary
Sally Hefti – Assistant Secretary
Also present was:
Cal Teague – District Manager, Premier District Management (PDM)
The following is a summary of the actions taken at the Colonial Country Club Community Development District (CDD) Board of Supervisors meeting.
FIRST ORDER OF BUSINESS Call to Order and Roll Call
The Colonial Country Club Community Development District Meeting was called to order and District Manager Teague called the roll. All Board members were present. Also attending was Cal Teague, the District Manager.
SECOND ORDER OF BUSINESS Approval of the Agenda
On MOTION by Chair Zajac, seconded by Vice Chair Worthington, with all in favor, the Board accepted the Agenda, as submitted.
THIRD ORDER OF BUSINESS Audience Comments on Agenda Items
There were no Audience comments on the Agenda.
FOURTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Approval of Meeting Minutes
A. Draft Meeting Minutes from May 23, 2022
On MOTION by Supervisor Scuderi, seconded by Supervisor Klein, with all in favor, the Board accepted the Draft Meeting Minutes from May 23, 2022, as submitted.
B. Draft Special Meeting Minutes from June 15, 2022 – Ride Around
On MOTION by Supervisor Hefti, seconded by Vice Chair Worthington, with all in favor, the Board accepted the Draft Special Meeting Minutes from June 15, 2022 – Ride Around, as submitted.
FIFTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Old Business
A. Golf Course Washout Repairs Lake 7 Update
Field Manager Pepin had reported that the washout had been filled in with silt, and it has held up well despite all the recent rain.
B. Shoreline Restoration Update
This project is 100% complete.
C. Drainage Issues Mill Creek
A drainage complaint was discussed at the ride around, and the Board had asked Chris to research the situation. Chris discovered drainage discharges into Lake 29, and he had obtained a proposal to scope the lines from the catch basin going into Lake 29 to see if there is any debris.
On MOTION by Vice Chair Worthington, seconded by Supervisor Hefti, with all in favor, the Board approved Sewer Viewer to scope the lines going from the catch basin behind the condos at Mill Creek into Lake 29, not to exceed $4,000.
SIXTH ORDER OF BUSINESS New Business
A. Review of Walkway Maintenance
This project was scheduled to begin on June 29, 2022.
B. Review of Lake Conditions
The Board discussed the presence of algae in Lakes 28, 29 & 50. They requested that Field Manager Pepin investigate this. They had also observed at the ride around that the remaining lakes are in good condition.
C. Aerator Installation Estimate for Lakes 18, 7, 10 & 33
Solitude had submitted two estimates for this project. Lake 18 would be connected to an existing power source, and piping would be run to Lake 18, with the cost of $11,180. Lakes 7, 10, & 13 would be another large system, and a new electrical service would be required. The aerator estimate is $36,066, but this does not include the new electrical service, which would cost an additional $5,000. The total cost for the project is $49,246.
On MOTION by Supervisor Klein, seconded by Supervisor Hefti, the Board approved the aerator installation for Lakes 18, 7, 10, & 33, with any needed electrical service, and with the contingency that the project be completed in 60 days, not to exceed $53,000.
The Board also discussed aerator installation in other lakes, which will be acted on when the above project is completed.
SEVENTH ORDER OF BUSINESS District Manager
A. Financial Reports for May 2022
District Manager Teague reviewed the Financials, and potential expenditures were discussed.
On MOTION by Supervisor Klein, seconded by Supervisor Scuderi, with all in favor, the Board accepted the Financial Reports for May 2022, as presented.
EIGHTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Field Manager
A. Field Report
District Manager Teague reviewed Field Manager Pepin’s report. Chris had stated that excessive spike rush had been treated in the lakes, bull rush in Lake 7 had been treated, and new littoral growth had been observed.
B. Follow-up Items
i. Lake 15 & 16 Aerators Tripping the GFI Update
A couple of holes had been drilled in the bottom of the cabinet, and all the water had drained out. The electrical plug had also dried out, then the system was fired up. It is now back online.
ii. Washout Repairs Lake 50 Update
The washout had been filled with silt.
iii. Butterfly Gardens Update
New irrigation risers had been installed, and the weeds were recently treated. Chris had stated that they will be returning the first week of July to install new plantings, and spread new wildflower seeds and red mulch.
C. Project Tracking/Maintenance Log
Chair Zajac had some questions on the figures in the report, which District Manager Teague explained.
NINTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Attorney
There was no report from Attorney Greg Urbancic.
TENTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Engineer
There was no report from Engineer Sam Marshall.
ELEVENTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Supervisor Requests/Comments
Vice Chair Worthington stated that he will not be at the July meeting.
Chair Zajac wondered if the needs analysis due June 30, 2022 had been completed, and District Manager Teague assured him that it had been completed and submitted.
TWELFTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Audience Comments
There were no Audience comments.
THIRTEENTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Adjournment
On MOTION by Supervisor Hefti, seconded by Chair Zajac, with all in favor, the meeting was adjourned at 2:46 p.m.
The Next Regular Meeting will be on July 25, 2022 at 2:00 p.m.