The annual stockholders meeting was held on March 6, 2017, with around forty present. The President referred everyone
to his report in the book. Attorney Steerman reported on the cases that Amity is involved in and recommended that Amity
continue to be proactive in all the water cases. The Superintendent presented a slide show to go along with his report
and mentioned that besides doing work to keep the whole system in shape, extensive work was done on the Satanta Canal last
year. Rebecca Nichols, the District 67 Water Commissioner gave a short statement on storage in John Martin and said
it changes every day. The lawsuit with Fort Lyon was discussed extensively. The Board didn't want to file the
lawsuit, but felt it was necessary to protect Amity's Great Plains water rights. A new agreement was made between
the companies. The lawsuit was expensive and put a financial burden on the company. The 2017 assessments
were set at $31.00 per share. Four resolutions were passed. Randy Witt and Bill Wright will continue serving as
directors on the Board for another three years. Glenn Wilson presented certificates of recognition of service to Terry
Howland and Kerry Wagner. The meeting concluded with lunch at the Holly Senior and Community Center.
The Amity Board and the Fort Lyon Board's met on March 7th for their semi-annual meeting. It started with a tour
of the Fort Lyon canal from the Kicking Bird bifurcation to their headgates on the Arkansas at La Junta. Both Boards
agreed a lot of work had been done.
Amity's Great Plains water stored in Adobe has all been delivered to the Queens.
Note that the stock transfer fee is $100.00 for the first certificate then $25.00 per certificate for all other
certificates thereafter within the same transaction as long as the grantor and grantee are the same.