In Flow = $ 11,150.15 ◦ Bal. forward from 2011 $ 2,927.87 ◦ Resident Dues$11,000.00 ◦ Website Income$ 150.00 ◦ Interest$.15 General Expense Outflows = $1,824.89 ◦ Annual Meeting$ 15.00 ◦ FOCA dues & insurance$ 1,152.10 ◦ Tree Removal$ 75.00 ◦ Community Corn Roast$ 266.80 ◦ Misc. & Supplies $ 243.64 ◦ Website Hosting Fee$ 72.35 Road Maintenance Outflows = $10,431.32 ◦ Snow Removal$ 1,130.00 ◦ Road Resurfacing$ 8,845.08 ◦ Road Grading$ 456.24 Total Revenue = $11,150.15 Total Expenses = $12,256.21 Outcome = Operating Deficit of $ 1,106.06 Account Balance May 20, 2012 = $1,821.81
1. Last year you recognized that we must increase our yearly dues in order to ensure we continue to provide a safe and insurable road. (Road Association fees were formerly $100.00 and had not been increased in over 10 years, resulting in a serious shortfall in our ability to manage road costs). 2. Our residents voted to increase yearly fees to $200.00 in to provide yearly inflow of $11,400.00 per year in order to cover urgent road surfacing costs. 3. As discussed last year, 2012 fees are payable in two installments of $100.00 (May and August) for a total of $200.00/yr. This will return us to a healthy buffer position to provide for any emergency costs that may occur. We will reassess the yearly fee amount for 2013 dependent on budgetary requirements at that time 4. A big thanks in advance for the hard work our Directors provide collecting fees each year – It is much appreciated!
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Bears & other animals are now out and about ◦ please don’t put your garbage out until Monday a.m. if possible … Road safety ◦ Go Slowly – includes all types of vehicles ◦ Watch for children & pedestrians ◦ Wear a helmet when using ATVs/Motorbikes ◦ Help reduce road wear Dogs & other Pets – be a good neighbour Keep Cedarplank Road beautiful!