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Minutes of December Meeting
December 10, 2013
Meeting called to order by President, Marc Faustino, at 7:05 p.m.
Dave Coyle (Treasure), Marc Faustino (President),) Anne Martinez (Member at Large), Rich Whitestine (Secretary) andTim Svoma (VP)
Previous meeting minutes:
The meeting minutes from the previous board meeting on November 12, 2013 were reviewed and approved by all.
Saving: Not given.
- Due to a member complaint, a letter from the board will be sent to 4329 Brookshire Circle regarding the partial painting of the home that is in violation of RGHA’s CC& Rs. A letter was sent to the owner on 8/12/13. As of the 8/24/13 meeting no response was given.
9/18/13 – It was decided to send a second request to the owner to paint their home.
10/22/13 – Second request was never sent due to the time frame of the last letter. It was
sent on 10/29/13.
11/12/13 – Will be reviewed next month.
12/10/13 – House has been painted. Closed.
- 15 members are late on payment, with 2 members up to $420.00 in back payments due. Dave has sent statements and invoices to the individual members, and received a couple responses back. We will revisit next month, and possibly send liens if needed. As of 8/21/13 the late payment members are down to 10. Dave to start the lien process on the two members that are $420.00 over due.
9/18/13 – If we do not get a response from the two delinquent residences mentioned above by the end of the month than Dave will start the lien process.
10/22/13 – Lien letters were sent by the attorney to the two members that have been over due by $430.00, and progress has been made. They have both contacted the board and said they will pay. One check was received at the time of the meeting, and the other member paid in full on 10/29/13.
11/12/13 – One of the $420 members are paid in full. The other should pay in full this month. 5 people are over due by 2 years.
12/10/13 – The other $420 member has paid in full. Closed until February to see the new members that are delayed in payment.
- It was brought up by Marc to possibly put return spring hinges on the doors and locks that stay locked at all times so that only members can get in with their pool keys. No motion was made, but we will talk about it later as a possible winter project. Table for now until Winter.
10/22/13 – Marc will talk to Dave (Repairman) about getting a bid to install the return spring hinges and locks, as well as a bid to paint the bathrooms.
11/12/13 – Marc to follow up with Brad on estimate for bathroom painting.
12/10/13 – The board has agreed to paint the bathrooms. Hinges and lock for bathrooms tabled for a later date due to not being sure if the locks and hinges are legal in a public pool.
- Barbara asked if we could get a new hose real and hose for the pool. It was approved to have her purchase them. Marc checked with Barb and they were not bought. He asked Tim to have his wife purchase them from Target.
9/18/13 – Hose purchased. Still need real.
10/22/13 – Still need to get a hose real.
11/12/13 – Tim still looking into it.
12/10/13 – Same as last month.
- The board received an email regarding a commercial vehicle parked between 4116 Siskiyou Ave.
It appears this may be a RGHA bylaw violation, but before the Board takes action we will check to see if the commercial vehicle is breaking a city code. We will review next month. 10/22/13 – Letter was sent to the owner, but truck is still being parked on the “Property”. Police do not want to do anything. We will see if anything changes for the next month and make a decision on what to do next.
11/12/13 – Truck appears to be gone. Review next month.
12/10/13 – The truck has been gone for a month. Closed.
- Conversation regarding the pool with Jeff:
Will be reviewed at next meeting.
- Quote for plastering the pool: $8760.00
- Questions regarding what the health department were brought up by Jeff. They may make us add drains, rails, etc.
- A Permit would be required.
- A $600.00 fee from Jeff would also be added to the cost for servicing of the pool during the start-up period (i.e. brushing and chemicals)
- Solar – Is it worth it? Jeff thinks we will only get about 3° for a few months out of the year when it is warmer. Jeff said he would talk to the solar company to see what they think the raise in temperature would be. Only 3°, or more?
- Patching pool? - Jeff says it can be done, however, we will only get a few years out of the patching.
12/10/13 – The Board has decided to move forward with the plastering of the pool and a new boiler due to the disadvantages of solar. The costs are based on the following:
Plastering = $8760.00
Boiler = $3935.00
Start up and chemical treatment = $600.00
Plus cost for bathroom s to Brad = $475.00
Total Cost for all of the above = $16,170.00
Marc is the process of scheduling plastering with Jeff. Jeff is getting the permit. Health department is not an issue.
- Several people have called regarding dues:
- Heidi King says the cost of the dues was in her mortgage closing cost. Dave to call her and let her know that if this is the case, she need to contact her mortgage people to pay the bill.
- Mrs. Butts had asked to have her husband’s name taken off RGHA, but has asked to leave his name on at this time.
- Francis Joos past away. Dave is going to contact next of kin.
- We will talk about the next newsletter in January.
The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 15th @ 7:00 p.m. at Anne’s house.
The meeting was closed at 7:37.
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