Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call – Members present to certify Quorum
Adoption of Agenda
Approval of previous meeting minutes
1. Board Meeting Guidelines
a. New Board Members sign confidential agreement and state certification
2. Appointment of vacant Board of Director Positions (3 open)
a. Nominations received: Scott White
b. Appointment of Interim Treasurer: Jim Mason
a. Approve July 2017 Financial Report
b. Approve outstanding payments to: Smart Webs, Sprint, Storage ($130.63)
c. Approve payment to C Sliwoski for initial storage charge of $113.36
4. Committee Updates:
a. Social Committee Update: Val Visich to provide
b. Social Media Update: Approve to move Committee members to role of Editor from Moderator
c. DRCC Update:
i. Nominations: Audra Boyles, KC Visich, Jeremy Cianfrocca – any others?
ii. Approve DRCC dedicated phone line
d. CERT Update: No update
5. New Business:
a. Proposed budget: Tabled till September 2017
6. Old Business:
a. Review proposal for review of yearly financials (May)
Volunteerism. We highly value participation in the Association that extends beyond the normal commitment(s) of being a member/resident.
Property Maintenance. Property owners/residents will maintain their respective property in accordance with our covenants, conditions and restrictions that enhances the Association and does not detract from the value of our properties or common areas.
Common Good. We will evaluate all issues on their merit to the Association, our Mission Vision and Values, and not with regard to any particular interest group.
TO SERVE THE RESIDENTS OF THE HOA AS JUDICALLY AS PRACTICAL AND TO PRACTICE THIS IN ALL WE DO
Encourage collaborative and diverse participation that includes an involved membership.
Establish and maintain appropriate and effective forums to actively listen to the concerns of the community.
Satisfy, maintain and enhance community support requirements relating to property values, legal and safety issues.
Build community relationships that capitalize on best practices and improvement opportunities.
Seek continuous improvements in effective and efficient management of the Association.
Establish and maintain a strong financial foundation for all operations of the Association.
Be forever mindful of and preserve the Association's Vision, Mission and Values.
Serve in the best interests of the Association.
Vision: A community that thrives in all we do. A vibrant one that offers the residents and guest quality of life, and is a desirable place in which to live and enjoy the benefits of family, friends and community.
Mission: Our mission is to enhance and preserve the quality of life and sense of community through effective and efficient management of the Association, enforcement of rules and covenants to preserve property values, and support initiatives and capital improvements that benefit the greater good of the community.
Values: In all our activities to achieve our vision and mission we value integrity, fairness, consistent firmness and common sense, community participation, respect, cooperation and sense of community.
This is what we need now if anyone is interested in finding a spot within one of their neighborhood committees: