Red Hawk Homeowners Association
Board of Directors Executive and Regular Meetings

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Village Inn Restaurant, Castle Rock

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ATTENDEES: Directors Jim Young, President; Ralph Jollensten, Vice President; Lisa Goodwin, Secretary; Walt Figel, Treasurer; Mike Schroder, Director.; Dave Littler, Property Manager, Peak to Peak Property Management.



MEETING AGENDA:  See attached.

EXECUTIVE SESSION: The Board of Directors did not meet in Executive Session in May.


The general meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm


There were no guests present.


Upon motion duly made and seconded, the Board unanimously approved the May minutes as presented.


Mr. Littler presented the May 2017 financial report.

Year to date there are currently assessed $5,056 in late fees and $3,800 in fines.
Eight document books have been sold year to date.

The newsletter expense is slightly over budget due to the printing requirements for the Annual Meeting notice.

Repairs, Lighting Maintenance expense includes the cost to replace several bulbs at the monument signs.

Regarding Water Expense we are currently under budget but this is a timing issue as usage fluctuates with the season.

The Board discussed the expense for coupon books. The Board asked Mr. Littler to determine how many homeowners utilize the ACH for assessment payment and asked that we no longer send these residents a coupon book but instead forward them a letter that a coupon book is available to them should they wish to utilize that method of payment instead of ACH.

The Board discussed Director Figel's report of electricity usage by location, by month and year to date usage percentage. The Board thanked Director Figel for his excellent analysis.


Upon motion duly made and seconded, the Board approved the May 2017 Financial report as presented.

Management Report Discussion

Mr. Littler reported

Extensive work was done in May in our community for landscaping including seeding, watering and flower planting.

The light bulbs were changed out to LED in all of our fixtures.

We are still working on the collection activity. There will be a special hearing for a homeowner on the 28th

The draft audit is completed and in the Board packet for Board review.

Three homes on the paint list have been removed from the list.

Old Business

ARR Report

Director Figel reported we had three new applications a and all three were completed/ resolved.  One was a driveway repair and we required a diagram be submitted.

The Board discussed several homes that have extensive xeriscaping on their property.


Regarding violations, Mr. Littler provided the Board with a detailed community compliance report by home. Mr. Littler reported that he is looking at the long term parking of several campers and RVs in the community.

Director Figel asked why a particular home Marsh Hawk is not on the list. Mr. Littler reported that this home has been referred to the Attorney. Director Figel asked that this home continue on the list so the Board can see the progress. Director Figel reported a number of violations on this property and that each violation be fined separately.

Director Figel requested Mr. Littler address the following for this homeowner: the June fine would be $100.00 effective now; next week send a courtesy letter for the fence in disrepair and the garbage in the yard; check the shrubbery in the rear yard that needs to be trimmed and send a courtesy letter; check the dog wire that is hanging from the roof of the house and send a courtesy letter. Mr. Littler reported the Homeowner is current in their assessments.


The Board discussed several of the accounts on the aging summary. Director Figel reported on current status and questions to resolve in consultation with Counsel.

Director Figel reported we have a signed settlement from a homeowner on the aging report that incurred fines for failing to paint the home.

We received bills from our attorney on a number of accounts and we are currently up to date posting the expenses.

Director Figel stated we did not accurately post the recovery of some of the legal fees in our accounting for the year. CCIOA has an inquiry that is mandated however Quickbooks will not handle this type of accounting.

Audit Results

The Board discussed the audit results. The Board agreed to submit a correction to the Supplementary Information on Future Major Repairs and Replacements in order to reflect a more clarified position regarding replacement expenses as of December 2016. The Board discussed approving the draft audit subject to this correction.

MOTION. The Board unanimously approved to accept the Audit with the corrections as noted.

Hearing 6/28/17

Director Young reported the hearing would be held next week in a reserved room at the Philip S. Miller Library on June 28 at 6 pm. The homeowner stated they will be present with their attorney.  Our attorney will also be present.


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