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Latest Ditty Bag Newsletter

Bill Cook, Editor



You know I’ve said before that the work and fun doesn’t stop at LCYC and recent weeks have been no exception. With everything from our normal Board of Governors meetings and Fall Series racing to committee and task force meetings, Steak Dinners and Fall Work Days and ongoing work on our Marina by MDI there has been a lot of activity at your club.

Among the important items covered at the BOG was a report from our Task Force reviewing the results of our Member Survey, a presentation of the Budget for 2019 by Laurie McGill, a report from Pete Macler on items discussed with the Corps of Engineers, additional marina work reported on by Marvin Arnold, a Bylaws revision brought forward by Renee Kizziar.

There should be more detail on these items further into the Ditty Bag. And, of course, there were our other regular reports like the Treasurer’s Report, Rear Commodore for Sail Report, Port Captains Report, Slip Utilization Report, Youth Sailing Report, Long Range Planning, Women’s Sailing and Wurstfest Regatta. And ongoing work on the website. You get the idea!

While all of these are vital to the club I would like to highlight two connected items where there is apparently some misunderstanding among some of the club members.Canyon Lake is a Corps of Engineers controlled lake and we lease a portion of our property from the Corps of Engineers including the area where our marina is located. The Corps controls the number of slips not only at our marina but at all the marinas on the lake. In our lease with the Corps we are permitted to have 144 slips, period. The Corp….

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