Our marina association board is comprised of:
- CK Su, President
- Ron Sachatello, Vice President
- Brett Pruitt, Treasurer
- Lindsay Corbin, Secretary
- Bill Finfrock, Director
- Brett Pruitt
- Bill Finfrock
- James Siesky, Legal Representative
How often does the Board of Directors meet?
The board meets as needed to conduct the business of the Association. Notice is placed on the clubhouse door at least 48 hours in advance and owners are welcome to attend. An annual meeting of owners is held once a year, usually in December and owners receive written notice at least 60 days prior.
What are the duties of the Board of Directors?
- To establish a budget
- To hold regularly scheduled meetings and an annual meeting for slip owners
- To keep members informed of pertinent issues
- To assure compliance with the Declaration of Covenants and Submerged Land Lease, such as:
- No fueling facilities
- No boat repairs or maintenance at the slips
- No liveaboards
- No nuisances or illegal operations
- No racial or other discrimination
- No gambling vessels
- No restaurants on the slips
- No fuel storage and no refueling activities without Board approval
- No discharge of liquids or refuse into the water other than ordinary bilge discharge which does not contain fuel, detergents, lubricants or petroleum products
- No modification of wet slips such as canopies or lifts without Board approval
- No fish cleaning
- Pay annual lease fees, sales taxes and DEP fees
- Maintain financial records sufficient for State inspection and audit
- Maintain improvements to dock facilities
- Maintain common elements
- Require all boats be maintained in clean, neat condition and moored in a manner that prevents them from contacting the pier, walkway, docks and adjacent boats.
- Adopt reasonable rules and regulations
- Adopt and enforce bylaws
- Determine and collect assessments
- Collect transfer taxes on sales and sales tax on rentals
- Provide a dock master to assist members and maintain all facilities
- Approve leases in excess of 90 days
- Approve sales of slips
- Maintain public liability, property and workers’ compensation insurance
- Require proof of pleasure boat members’ liability insurance with a minimum limit of $300,000 for claims arising out of the use and occupancy of the wet slip and operation of the vessel. DOF must be named as additional insured on each policy.
- Require proof of commercial boat owners’ liability insurance with a minimum limit of $1 million for claims arising out of the use and occupancy of the wet slip and operation of the vessel(s). DOF must be named as additional insured on each policy.
- Have the authority to remove any boat, at owner’s expense, that becomes a nuisance or otherwise violates the terms of the Declaration of Covenants or Submerged Land Lease