was called to order at 1:00 PM with Bruce Liljegren
presiding. All directors and Officers were president except
for President Tom Cooke who was excused absent. No new
members were present.
Treasurers Report presented by Joan Moreaux was accepted on
a motion made by Joe McCalpin and seconded by Stony Brown. A
motion was made by Bob Hunton and seconded by Sandy Reed to
extend the current CD's for a six month period. The motion was
A) Architectural- Bob Hunton: No activity over the Last Month.
B) Capital Projects- Sandy Reed: The pool re-plastering is
complete. The pool deck paint has been touched up and bids will
be solicited for a complete re-do at a future date.
C) Common Area Maintenance- Stony Brown: Bob Hunton, Jim
Lindberg and Stony Brown put in a solid four hours each in an
attempt to control Buffle Grass (Fountain Grass) in the Common
Area bordering Vereda Calma. They collected several yard bags of
plant heads so the little buggers will produce no more buffle.
A resident complained about a palm tree in her neighbor's yard
intruding on to the common wall. The problem was referred to
Neighborhood Relations for resolution. An issue of bees swarming
in a Quad on Ca. Ensalmo was resolved when the homeowner had the
insects the insects euthanized.
D) Neighborhood Relations- Sam Bernard: Peace and Harmony reign
throughout the community except for a palm tree issue.
E) Recreational Facilities- Tom Cooke in absentia: Our tennis/
pickle ball consultant has incurred $390 in personal expenses to
maintain the facility for use by the residents. The Board
unanimously voted to reimburse Gary for the expenditures.
F) Hospitality- Sam Bernard: There will be a gala on Memorial
Day featuring beef, hotdogs and liquid refreshments (beer &
sodas) all for the sum of $5. It starts at 5: 30 PM. Be there at
the Sunset Ramada, attendance will be taken. A second
function will be held on the Fourth of July. Details will be
G) Neighborhood Watch- Mary Beth Wallace: The Committee needs a
Block Captain replacement for Doris Betaglia.
Business. Street Lamp Replacement Project- Ben Sheffield:
The new lamps have been ordered. They will be drop shipped to
G&G Tile and transported to the shed. Installation is scheduled
to begin in October. Remember the Board will replace lamps only.
Posts, mailboxes and conduit replacement is the responsibility
of the homeowner.
IV. New Business. None presented
Meeting was adjourned on a motion by Bob Hunton and seconded by