All Meeting Minutes

2004.12.05 - Excom

Sunday December 05, 2004
Present: Saul Schumsky (Commodore), Jamuel Starkey (Vice Commodore), Dan Pang and Michael Faw (1st Vice Commodores), Asmaa Asyyad (2nd Vice Commodore), Will Lowe (3rd Vice Commodore), Sheldon Coad (Rear Vice Commodore), Meredith Robert(Port Captain), Peter Kuhn (Treasurer), Lori Taguma (Co-secretary).

Meeting was called to order at 5:30 pm.

Ex-Committee Reports

Saul (Commodore) Sherry Daniels reports that a total of $3269.00 has been donated to the clubhouse fund. We also have acquired a donated Macintosh computer to replace the other club computer.

Jamuel Starkey (Vice Commodore) Tentative meeting dates for BYC/CSC meetings are set for Feb. 3, May 5, Aug 4, Nov 3, 2005. Thanks to Sherry for sending calendar to person who donated Bahama 25. Sherry will be stepping down as Membership Chair in January.

Michael & Dan (1st Vice Commodores) We have one Lido down and we’re short one rudder. The 470 has a problem with the uphaul / downhaul.

Asmaa (2nd Vice Commodore) We’re buying new windsurf sails from Gaston in Hawaii, through our contact, and also attempting to acquire donated sails from sail makers.

Will (3rd Vice Commodore) The keel boats are in good shape although we do have some lighting issues to resolve.

Sheldon (Rear Commodore) Dinghy lessons are ongoing as well as Wednesday night keelboat lessons, but check the list for instructor availability. Fred’s Knot Tying Clinic was well attended. We are considering another possible 24 ft. boat donation.

Meredith (Port Captain) We’ve had no incidents to report this week. Thanks to Fred for Day Leader coverage; we’ve updated our new hire schedule.

Peter (Treasurer): Last meeting 11/21 we had $84,732 but now we got $85,196. Just a little more.

In the intervening time, we shoveled $2502 into the main holds as follows: $1,588 UC workstudy reimbursement for September, $555 memberships, $359 clubhouse fund donations, And we ponied up $2,038 for a buncha stuff, including $696 keelboats (winches for Commander), $460 in income tax deposit and unemployment tax for dayleaders, $530 dinghies (Laser cover, Lido jibsheet fairleads, P15 remasting fasteners), $393 Express ads 11/3,17,24, $44 gas for skiff, $5 streetlight assessment.

Gotta pay the dayleaders pretty soon. And insurance is due in January (gonna get a different quote, assuming we avoid claims on skiff hit'n'runs). Not much wind so far, not much forecast for tomorrow, mebbe we'll have a nice Open House anyhow.

Lori (Co-secretary) New CSC flyers with 2005 Open House dates will be available soon, in the box located outside the clubhouse door.

New Agenda Items:

1) Saul moved to approve $5000.00 for next year’s advertising budget. Motion passed, with unanimous approval.

2) Motion made by Jamuel to allocate $1000.00, to purchase tickets for Saul and himself, to attend sailing conference. Peter proposed a friendly amendment, raising the amount to $2000.00. Eight votes for, one abstention. Motion passed.

3) Peter moved to accept the car donation, with an additional friendly amendment including Trumpton’s proof of public advertisement for the car sale. (IRS requirement) Motion passed (8 in favor, 1 nay).

4) Ongoing lease negotiations by Peter, Saul, Will, Jane, include attending the Waterfront Commission and reminding community that CSC is a unique service oriented sailing club.

5) Sheldon moved to propose Mitsu as Windsurf Repair Chair. Motion passed, with unanimous approval.

Peter made the motion to adjourn. Motion passed.