TRINITY VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION
July 2, 2015
meeting was called to order by President Nancy Standley at 1:00PM at the Fire Hall. There were approximately 32 people
minutes of the last meeting were read by Audrey Brown and approved.
Standley gave the treasurer’s report:
Dues & Keys $2,205.00
Nancy Standley (Pickle
Ball set) $ 202.29
PG & E( March,April,May)
Security Lock(river Keys) $
Nancy Standley(newsletter mat.) $
David Mahoney(Meridian Clearing) $
Nancy Standley(newsletter postage) $
Nancy Standley(Paint mat./printing) $
Nancy Standley(500 Alert Calls) $
Carol Draper(flowers) $
Nancy Standley(Website,water) $
Total Expenses $1,355.30
Balance as of July 4, 2015 $4598.76
Nancy Standley thanked everyone for their help during the last year:
Gatioan-(Newsletter, Feral cat program, arranging for the clearing of the median on Hawkins Bar Rd., April clean
up committee, brush chipping in June and the slow down signs in the village.
Millerbis, Kent and Audrey Brown, Gary Standley, Ginny & Jerry Guin, Sharon Grover, Anita Freemantle, and Cindy for working
on the April Cleanup on China Flat Road.
Draper and Rogene Rawlins- for taking such good care of the Village sign entrance flowers.
Millerbis & Ty from Hess Ranch for weed whacking the corner on Denny Road.
Freemantle, Charlotte Dodson, Audrey Brown and Merry Ann Grow- for helping with the newsletter mailing.
Standley and Kent Brown- for marking the pot holes and getting the county to repair some of them. Gary also posted the
no fireworks signs and arranged the weed whacking of the Lower River road areas.
Thompson and Vic Wright- for their generous contribution of $100.00 for the Feral Cat program.
informed us that the River Road was cleaned up and the Beach Area was weed whacked by Allen Mercier. He has been doing
work for some of the residents and has done a very good job. TVIA paid for the work. If anyone is interested
in having him do work for them please contact Gary and Nancy Standley or Kent and Audrey Brown for his number.
reported there will be an August work party and how well it went with the Fire Safe Chipping program.
and Kent are working on the Pickle Ball court. It should be ready to go next week. Contact the Standley’s
or the Browns if you want information.
reported on the Feral Cats: no new kittens this year Yeah!!!
and Rogene reported seeing some new kittens up by the entrance. Cindy will work with them to capture and find new homes
or take them to the shelter.
Crime: Everyone is aware of the break-ins we have had in the Village. It is good to know your neighbors and report
any suspicious activity. New signs have been put up at various places and we hope that is just another way to stop this
activity. Keeping a watchful eye and reporting any unusual activity should also help.
Standley had handouts for emergency numbers, Sheriff, Narcotics, CHP, etc. She also passed around the Email list for
people to sign up to get Emails.
Garland from the Trinity Village Mutual Water Co. Board gave an update on the purchase. The Board is still waiting for
clarification of the water permits and transferring the title to them. The next board meeting will be posted on the
bulletin board and emailed to water customers.
Chief Todd Wright with HBVFD gave his annual report and again asked everyone to keep fire fuels under control on their property.
He had copies of the PG&E Grant forms for people to sign if they wanted their property cleared. Already over 30
residents have signed up for it.
Brown HBVFD board member thanked, Liz and Gary Greene, Paul and Cathy Antongiovanni for putting on the B-B-Que last week.
They not only volunteered their time but also got donations and purchased all the food along with Dan and Rita Del Rosso.
residents took a vote on locking the river gate. It was decided that it should be locked every time you go through it.
It keeps our beach area safe and clean for residents to use.
the break-ins, it was brought up about Neighborhood Watch. President Standley reported why we do not have it anymore.
The people involved did not want to comply with the demand for Financial Statements, employment history, and paying $50.00
each for the background checks. The county also wanted them to carry a weapon. She suggested that if anyone else
here wanted to start it up again she would let them know who to contact.
up for election: Nancy Standley President Audrey Brown Secretary
Dorothy Fullam Treasurer
members up for election: Kent Brown Merry Ann Grow
were all approved by the attendees.
no further business the meeting was adjourned at 2:00PM.
next Annual meeting will be July 2nd, 2016, 1:00PM at the Fire Hal