Minutes for the PBCA Board Meeting, June 8, 2020


In attendance:  Lee Morrison, Ramon Marin, Wayne Kessler, Carol Deglmann, Mike Kessler,  Lisa Keck, Katie Manning, Brad Perva, Garrison Price,  Rick McMullin, Zach Duffy

Meeting began at 7 PM.  Because of the Stay At Home order, the meeting was held online.

Wayne gave status report on dues collection.  The neighborhood had 50 renewing members since last meeting, which was great.  We are still slightly behind on annual budgeted total but we're close.

People read the minutes last month when emailed out, and this will continue.

On the print directory front, we still have 150 households in the neighborhood that have not either confirmed or provided changes for their directory listing.  Wayne will continue to solicit updates.  Information on advertising will be sent to the neighborhood soon as well.

There will be a newsletter in the near future sent to all households.

Ramon gave the Treasurers Report.  Aside from some questions about tree cutting/limb clearing, it was fairly routine.

The portapotty has been ordered and will be installed in the same place as previous years.  There was discussion about a future permanent bathroom and also about a location for portapotty and garbage cans by the fence along Orrs Bridge, and both ideas will be further investigated this year.  Brad will be looking into the costs of a sewer tie-in from the Pavilion for future consideration.

The picnic is still planned for September 12th, but it will have to be different than past years.  Because open group food is discouraged, food trucks are being investigated for the event.  We will have more details to discuss at next board meeting.

Rick said that nothing has been going on at the Township, everything is on hold.

On the Bridge:  Lee said the plan at this point is for the tie-in to the new bridge to happen in late July and August.  This will be when the the bridge use will not be available.  The new bridge could be functional at some point in September, at which point the old bridge will be demolished.

Lee will check with the Township about the possibility of additional stop signs in Pine Brook.

Reservations for use of the Pavilion will be available for paid members again beginning on Friday when Cumberland County goes into the yellow.

It was mentioned that we have a neighbor who won her primary and will be running for State Representative in November - Nicole Miller.

The next meeting will be held Monday, July 13th at 7 PM AT Pavilion Park.

The meeting ended at 8:00 PM.

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