September 2, 2012 BOARD MEETING
Vice President: Jim
Lawn Maintenance: Deanne
1 letter regarding renting
June minutes approved as
presented. All in Favor
Financial Report approved as
presented. All in Favor
The lights at the entrance continue to be a problem. Wayne has agreed to look into options for new
lights. Wayne is to look at the balcony
on 234 and call Jensen Lee if necessary to repair the vinyl.
Wayne will continue
to work on the windows and present the list and recommendations to the board at
the next meeting.
Deanne proposed that we approve the bid for $1,700 to aerate the lawn. She will discuss doing it in the spring versus
now. Wayne seconded. All in favor.
There are 4 units for sale (one on the main floor) from $214,000 to $240,000.
<![endif]>Update on Painting BLD 2
Several areas of rot have been found and repaired. Windows have been flashed and HardiePlank has been used where needed. Painting will be completed in the next couple
of weeks; only trim remains to be done.
There are a few places on the other two buildings that require painting.
These will also be completed.
There was good feedback for the security for the 4th of July. Gary handled all situations efficiently and
firmly resulting in no major parking issues.
Cathy presented the requirements to complete rental restrictions to the
board. A discussion regarding with the
result that it will be tabled for final decision at the next meeting
<![endif]>Dues Reduction for Board Members:
A discussion of the legalities of giving board members monies for the work they
do above their normal duties. Deanne
proposed that we table this discussion and bring it to the lawyer at the same
time as the rental limits. Chris
seconded. All approved.
<![if !supportLists]>5. <![endif]>CCR Addendum:
The addendum from the June 2011 annual meeting has not been registered but must
do so as soon as possible. Cathy will
try to get this done before the next meeting.
Snapper, Schuler and Kenner will continue to be our insurance agent this
year. The flood levels match the fire
coverage, and a certificate will be sent to the banks on the renewal
dates: Sept 28, 2012
<![endif]>The insurance company requires that all charcoal
barbeques be removed from the premises. They
also require that each unit owner must shut of the water at the main valve when
they are leaving their condo for any length of time. After shutting it off pipes should be drained
by turning on a tap. If the water
continues to flow, please contact Wayne as soon as possible. If we do not comply with these requests our
insurance could be cancelled.
One of the owners suggested we have a clean-up committee that gets together on
a regular basis to do small repairs and cleaning up assigned by the board. The Board feels that a committee is
unnecessary since everyone should clean up as they see it. Weeding, picking up trash, cleaning around
trash cans etc. can be done without need to get approval.
Katy Montfort informed the board that she has spoken with the Gas Company and
they have indicated that the pipes to the meters badly need to be painted. We are only responsible for the pipe that
goes into the wall. The painter will
paint the two worst ones after completing BLDG 2.
<![endif]>Bids for future work:
The siding on both BLDG 1 and 3 may require siding before painting can be
done. Cathy is gathering opinions,
advice and bids. She will present this
information to the board at the subsequent board meetings. The estimated cost for the siding alone is
$100,000 per building.
Nancy Stull informed the Board that their cars had been broken into. With the help of video footage from the
condominium surveillance system, the Sheriff’s Office had sufficient
information and evidence to arrest two young adults. The stolen items were returned. PLEASE REMEMBER TO KEEP CARS LOCKED.
Saturday October 13, 2012 at 9am
Saturday November 10, 2012 at 9am
Prepared by: Cathy Tepel due to Carol Hassebrock’s