KINGS PARK WEST COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

BOARD OF DIRECTORSí MINUTES

Monthly Meeting April 20042005

April 6, 2005

 

Attending: Larry Velte, Tom Coldwell, Bernie Shinal, Armand Fournier, Joe Meyer, Fred Fredericks; absent Dan Barney.

The April 2005 monthly meeting of the Board of Kings Park West Community Association was held on Wednesday, April 6, 2005 at 7:30 p.m. at Robinson High School.

A quorum was present and Larry Velte called the Board meeting to order at 7:30 P.M.

NEW BUSINESS

Larry Velte and Bruce Wallachy signed the previously adopted agreement between KPW Community Association and KPW Civic Association regarding items of mutual interest, including but not limited to access and maintenance of common land.

The Board unanimously agreed to dispense with the reading of the March 2005 meeting minutes.

The Board discussed the proposed HOA opinion survey. Tom Coldwell moved to adopt the survey as amended and forward to the members with the annual meeting notification letter. Joe Meyer seconded the motion and the Board approved the motion.

The Board discussed the proposed language of the annual meeting notification letter and proxy. Tom Coldwell moved to adopt the letter and proxy as amended. Armand Fournier seconded the motion and the Board approved the motion.

The preparations for the annual meeting was addressed, including the need for volunteers to assist in set-up, vote counting, etc. Tom Coldwell will call the previous volunteers.

Larry Velte presented an Architectural Log recording the actions taken by the Board to date concerning individual homeowner architectural issues.

Fred Fredericks and Bernie Shinal presented their findings on tree maintenance. Four trees need to be removed. Bernie Shinal will contact Paul Vogel regarding the tree removal.

The Board discussed the status of the assessments. The final notice for non-payment was sent by certified mail in March 2005. The mailing has been successful, with the current owners in arrears at 29. In reviewing the list, the Board identified addresses for six of the delinquent owners that are different than previously recorded. The Board will direct RCS to resend the certified letter to the six owners to the second address. The date for payment will remain unchanged.

Draft liens for the unpaid assessments will be presented and discussed at the next scheduled Board meeting.

The Board discussed encroachment on common land. No action was taken at this time.

The Board discussed the proposed 2006 budget. Fred Fredericks moved to present the proposed budget to the members and include with the annual meeting notification letter. Armand Fournier seconded the motion and the Board approved the motion.

Joe Meyer made a motion to adjourn the meeting. The motion was seconded by Tom Coldwell and approved.

The meeting adjourned at 8:55 P.M.

The next KPWCA Board of Directors meeting is on May 4, 2005 at 7:30 P.M. in the Gold Cafeteria (or Recital Hall) at Robinson High School.

Armand Fournier

Secretary