MINUTES OF DEERHAVEN WCID MEETING
Monday, March 21, 2022 at 9 A.M.
101 Deerhaven Dr., Horseshoe Bay, Llano County, Texas
A special meeting of the Board of Directors of the Deerhaven Water Control and Improvement District was held on the 21st day of March, 2022 at 9:00 A.M., at the Real Estate Office, 101 Deerhaven Dr. Horseshoe Bay, Llano County, Texas. Notices of the time, place and the subject of the meeting, and the actions to be taken at the meeting, were posted at the places and for the time required by the laws of the State of Texas.
Also present was Tom Armagost, General Manager
Tammy Hargett, AWR Servies
Hal Lanham, AWR Services (via phone)
- Director Dykes called the meeting to order at 9:00 A.M. with a quorum of Directors present, as indicated above.
- Administer Oath Of Office.
As the candidate to replace Director Hendicks did not attend the meeting no action was taken. Board member discussed locating another candidate.
- Elect officers.
As the candidate did not attend the meeting no actions was taken regarding electing new officers
- The first order of business was to approve the minutes from the February 12, 2022
Board meeting. A motion was made by Director Rudenstein and seconded by
Director Becraft to approve the minutes. The motion carried unanimously.
Armagost informed the board that when AWR Services is fully transitioned, AWR will prepare the agenda, post as required, a Board member must take the minutes. Armagost also suggected that if a board member is not comfortable in doing that, he suggested contacting Joanne Severn who is the secretary to the POA and pay her a fee for each meeting.
Armagost also informed the Board that when the conversion of all data to AWR and the CPA is complete he was going to step aside and would not be involved any further.
- The next order of business was to approve the bills and invoices.
Armagost presented an invoice from McLean and Howard in the amount of $60.00 and an invoice from RVS Software in the amount of $3,000. This was requested by AWR Services to extract 3 years of history and convert the data to the format for downloading into AWR’s software.
A motion was made by Director Wuest and seconded by Director Rudenstein to approve the invoices. The motion carried unanimously.
- Public comments.
There were none.
- AWR Manager’s Report.
Ms. Hargett present some research information she had gathered. She compared Deerhaven’s water rates and other rates with the various communities in the area which pointed out that Deerhaven’s water rates were the highest, and that Deerhaven’s tap fees for new meter installations were the lowest.
- System conversion update.
Ms. Hargett stated that the conversion is going forward.
- Review electronic water meters.
Ms. Hargett is suggesting that as new meters are installed or old meters replaced that they be replaced with electronic meters. She presented a bar graph outlining that you can obtain data for water usage on an hour by hourly, daily usage, weekly usage, etc.
- Such other matters to come before the Board.
There were none. President Dykes would like to hold another meeting in June and set a date of June 13, 2022 at 9:00 am.
There being no other business to come before the Board a motion was made by
Director Rudenstein and seconded by Director Wuest to adjourn. The motion