Minutes

Red Hawk Homeowners Association
Board of Directors Executive and Regular Meetings

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Village Inn Restaurant, Castle Rock

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ATTENDEES: Directors Ralph Jollensten, Lisa Goodwin, Walt Figel, Jim Armstrong, Mike Schroder; Dave Littler, Property Manager, Peak to Peak Property Management.

OTHERS PRESENT: N/A

EXCUSED: N/A

MEETING AGENDA: See attached.

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

I. CALL TO ORDER / MODIFICATION OF AGENDA

The general meeting was called to order at 6:05 pm

II. INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS, OPEN FORUM

No Homeowners were present to be heard before the Board.

III. FEBRUARY 2018 MEETING MINUTES

MOTION: Upon motion duly made and seconded, the Board unanimously approved the March 2018 minutes as presented.

IV. FINANCIAL REPORT: FEBRUARY 2018

Mr. Littler presented the March 2018 financial report.

V. Management Report Discussion

Mr. Littler reported
• All of the unlicensed vehicle registrations were listed and reported to the Town of Castle Rock. The Town’s Code Enforcement can only respond to vehicles that are abandoned (disabled, inoperable, improperly registered).
• There were quite a few ARR requests in April for solar panel installation. The Board discussed the issue of solar panels in the community
• We are supposed to get some moisture this week and so we are hoping that this moisture will help our landscaping.
• 5 status letters were sent to Title companies in April.
• Trash can violations have increased.

V. Old Business

A. ARR Report

Mrs. Pearson provided a report of current Architectural Review Requests (ARR). Mrs. Pearson reported there are currently 33 ARR’s. The Board discussed a request to install yard décor; Director Figel agreed to speak to the homeowner about other possible options before approval is given.

B. Violations

Mr. Littler reported on several current violations.

MOTION: Upon motion duly made and seconded, the Board agreed to increase the violation letters for a homeowner, with excessive vehicles parked in the driveway and on the road that do not have a registration, to every seven days on Friday and until the issue is corrected.

C. Collections

Director Figel provided a report on current collection activities.

Motion: Upon motion duly made and seconded the Board unanimously agreed to turn over several outstanding accounts to the attorney for further collection of unpaid violations.

Director Figel reported we have a collection in process

D. Cars, Cars, Cars

The Board discussed the issue of cars parked street side and cars that do not have valid or expired plates. The Town will issue a ticket under code enforcement if the vehicle is determined to be abandoned.

 

VI. NEW BUSINESS

A. Vivint Solar Installations

Wyler Witter from Vivint was present before the Board to discuss the issue of solar panels and solar panel installation.

B. Landscape Cleanup and Startup

Mr. Littler reported our landscape contractor is gearing up to start the irrigation system for the summer season. They may start up the system to test it and then turn it back off in anticipation of late season snow.

C. 1671 Marsh Hawk Parking

The Board discussed this issue and agreed to send the homeowner a letter.

D. Newsletter

Director Figel reported we need to publish a newsletter in order to notify the community that there is an annual meeting on May 17.

E. Request from 1604 Thatch for Fence Repair

Director Figel presented several pictures of the fence to the Board. Director Figel reported this is a replacement and not a repair and so the expense will come out of the reserve fund. Director Figel stated he would contact the fence contractor regarding the total anticipated expense for the replacement of the fence.

F. Pit Bull Ordinance Town of Castle Rock

Director Figel reported the first reading of the amendment to allow pit bulls was passed by the Town. The Board discussed that the Red Hawk declarations exclude this breed of dog.

G. Free Community Papers/Blue Bags

Director Armstrong discussed the issue of the free community papers in the blue bags littering the neighborhood. Director Armstrong suggested we contact the publisher and ask that they either weight the blue bag for the paper so it does not blow around.

H. Additional Violations

Director Schroder presented several violations including trash can violations and several exterior modifications that were not approved (radon systems).

VII. IMPORTANT MEETING DATES

The next Board meeting is scheduled for May 17, 2018, 6 pm at Academy Charter School as the Annual Meeting of the Members.

VIII. ADJOURNMENT

Upon motion duly made and seconded, the Board unanimously approved to adjourn the April 2018 Board of Directors Meeting at 8:40 pm.

Respectfully Submitted by Board Director, Secretary, Lisa Goodwin

 

 

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