KEATINGTON CEDARS 2
Rick Schultz, Ross Ensign, Brian Woodcock, Cheryl Deprez, Jenn Prainito, Jayne Stroin, Danielle Totten
Meeting was chaired by Ross Ensign and began at .
Jayne read aloud previous Board Meeting minutes (
- Rick motioned to approve minutes – Cheryl seconded – all present approved
Ross suggested need for quarterly meetings if not more to maintain KC2’s quality neighborhood. Group ran through Ross’ assignment sheet and Tony’s agenda.
Discussion regarding collection of outstanding neighborhood dues and the establishment of late payment policy. One homeowner still has not paid dues for year 2010. Convenents state a lien should be placed on the home, so following policy was created.
Late Homeowners Dues Payment Policy
- After due date, 10% late fee, this year (17.50 + 175)
- After 60 days, additional $25 (25 + 17.50 + 175)
- After 90 days, a lien will be placed on home by KC2. All fees corresponding with lien, along with above late fees will be incurred by homeowner.
- No beach tags will be distributed to home(s) with unpaid dues.
- Lien will be terminated once full payment is received.
Passing of Late Dues Payment Policy was motioned by Ross, seconded by Brian and all present approved.
Discussions regarding a dues payment policy due to monetary hardship was discussed by board. A motion to create one was denied as the board did not feel it was necessary at this time.
Ross is to send email to entire subdivision reminding of March 25th due date and to outline the Late Payment Policy. Specific homeowners who do not pay by 25th will be contacted by Rick Schultz, Treasurer.
Brian reviewed the KC2 Good Neighbor Reminder. A tip about bus stop safety was added and once updates it will be emailed out to the sub. A copy of it may be added to subdivision directory.
Ross clarified that the beach association would use current budgeted money to control weeds and there would not be an increase to the beach dues. He wanted to make sure everyone understood this clearly. Board is awaiting more info from Phil Krause.
Jenn reviewed the current neighborhood activities.
- Easter Egg Hunt at Totten residence on April 17th
- Garage Sale usually first weekend in May
- Beach Picnic sometime in August
- Halloween Dine and Dash (TBA)
The board discussed the use of Google Docs and it was decided that only blank forms would be put on there for now.
Home Based Business Forms are to be completed yearly even if there are no changes to information. Those forms will be kept by the secretary.
Jayne Stroin exited the meeting at
Rick Schultz reviewed the association’s financials and asked for a copy of Quicken software. Also inquired who pays for ink for printing out information. Receipts are to be turned in for reimbursement.
It was agreed to approve the babysitter payment from the annual meeting of $25.00
A discussion regarding the current company that snowplows did not pick up check for last plow and he does not want to do repairs to lawns. It was decided to look for new company to contract with. Phil Krause gave board a new name that will be contacted. Tony assigned to work on a new contract for plowing.
Meeting was closed at