Elk River Recreation District
Regular Meeting Agenda
35133 Dent Bridge Road
Elk River Idaho, 83827

1. Call To Order
2. Approve/Amend Agenda-ACTION ITEM
3. Approve/Amend April 20, 2022 Minutes-ACTION ITEM
4. Patrons
5. Directors Reports:
A. Tom Stroschein
B. Arlene Sande
C. Debbie Howe
D. Kerry Anderson
E. Danielle Whitecotton
6. Staff Reports:
A. Troy Inman
B. Allen Zagelo
C. Brett Pippenger
7. Approve/Amend Financials-ACTION ITEM
A. Authorization to Pay Bills-ACTION ITEM
8. Old Business:
A. Approval by the Board of Part Time Employee Allen Zagelow
B. Discussion on Approval of the of The John Miller Memorial Fire Ring Near the Zimmerman Building- Benched and Placed on the May 18, 2022 Agenda
C. Amended Action items in New Business for Donations to the Fire Works Committee for $500 and $300 for The Fishing Derby on June 4th
9. New Business:
A. Decision on the Approval and Location of the John Miller Memorial Fire Ring-ACTION ITEM
B. Discussion and Approval of Professional Pictures for our New Website by SS Reflections – ACTION ITEM
C. Historical Society (Debbie Manwaring and Randy Johnson) Discussion on exploring the possibility of Constructing a New Museum and the Community support-POSSIBLE ACTION ITEM
D. Final Approval of the Contract for the Sale Of The Old Ballfield to George & Karma Seubert-ACTION ITEM
10. Adjourn:

Stage I Fire Restrictions
The following are prohibited on the state and private forestland and rangeland, and on public land, roads, and trails until further notice:
  1. Building, maintaining, attending, or using a fire, campfire, or stove fire except within a designated recreation site, within a fire structure provided by the administrative agency, or on their own land and only within an owner-provided fire structure (see definition below)
  2. Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building, a developed recreation site, or while stopped in an area at least three feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable materials.
  1. Persons with a written permit that specifically authorizes the otherwise prohibited act.
  2. Persons using fire fueled solely by liquid petroleum or LPG fuels.
  3. Persons conducting activities in those designated areas where the activity is specifically authorized by written posted notice.
  4. Any Federal, State, or local officer, or member of an organized rescue or firefighting force in the performance of an official duty.
  5. All land within a city boundary is exempted
  6. Other exemptions unique to each agency
Violation of the above prohibited acts is punishable by fine of not more that $1,000 and/or imprisonment for not more than 12 months (Title 18 USC 1856, Title 43 USC 1701, Title 43 9212.4, and/or appropriate State laws).