Present: Pat Beadling, Ralph Carey, Alan Eickhoff, Dave Kroth, Pastor Reimer, Bruce Roper
The evening began with the taking down of the large Christmas tree and the garlands. Ken Woods had already packed up the two smaller trees. Youth Group will be asked to return the bags and bins down to the storage area.
- Pat shared a flyer to be distributed to cars that park in our parking lot either in the daytime or overnight. It notes that the lot is private property and asks for vehicles to be removed for snow clearing purposes. It also asks for owner identity information should it be necessary to make contact. Form was unanimously approved.
- It was noted that the lot had black ice the morning of 1/8 and a pre K parent did fall. Alan is to contact Chris Gildein to remind him of need to salt the lot on these occasions. Buckets of salt have been placed inside entrances for spot salting as necessary
- Chris Zollo addressed electrical issues and lights in the circle driveway were restored. The back parking lot is still dark except for the single light on the PECO pole. It was decided to make electrical issues the major agenda item for the February meeting.
- Timer for the outside lights at the new entrance and the pre K office entrance was reset by Alan
- Routine filter changes performed by Peters HVAC as part of the maintenance contract
- It was noted that several bulbs in the perimeter circle of the dome were burned out. Bruce and Dave were to investigate and possibly replace tubes following the meeting.
- Routine filter change to be performed by Peters HVAC
- Small “post” installed on the York Rd/Crescent Rd corner for Aqua’s use.
- Pat had contacted them for assurance that there was no liability for St. John’s.
Earlier bid for the next phase of roof work was reviewed. The bid for approximately $26,000 covered roofs #1, 3, 4, and part of 7 as they are all the same composition. Following discussion, the committee decided that Ralph would contact ProCon Roofing and see if it could be divided over two years to make the project less of a financial burden.