Heather Knoll Cluster Association
November 18, 2015
The meeting, held at Gregorio’s Trattoria in North Point Village Center, was called to order at 7:40 p.m.
Board Members present: Graig Downie (1200), Tim Schick (1223), Matt Roland (1257), Mickey Alford-Lane (1229), and Alice Tripp (1239).
Residents in Attendance: Erard- Zwicker (1246), Dilger (1268), Helmig-Souk (1211), Holmes-D’Acunto (1276), Boylan (1245), Parkin (1227), Stern (1266), and Thompson (1264).
The minutes of the 2014 meeting were approved as written, the motion to accept made by Judy Holmes and seconded by Ellice Stern.
It was noted that our Little Free Library is up and running and people seem to be using it. A cluster-wide yard sale was also a success.
The Landscape report was presented and a round of applause was given to retiring Landscape chair Ellice Stern.
The Treasurer reviewed the reserve funding and expenses expected through the end of fiscal 2015.
The Budget for 2016 was presented. The painting of curbs was discussed. Judy Holmes volunteered to prepare an RFP for redoing this job. It was noted that this falls under the reserve monies and a special assessment will not be needed. Also raised were erosion issues. The Board indicated that will be addressed in the spring and felt the budget was adequate for erosion and ten-year plan projects. Ellice Stern moved the budget be accepted as presented. Mary Erard seconded and the budget was passed.
Two Board positions are open, one to finish a term (one-year) and one for a full three-year term. Though unable to attend the meeting, Petra Raymond had volunteered to accept the three-year term and would become Treasurer following Alice Tripp, who is relocating out of state. Tim Schick moved that Petra be nominated to fill the position. Motion seconded by Mickey Alford-Lane. Approved. Lee Thompson volunteered to accept the one-year term being vacated by Matt Roland, who is also relocating.
Bob Dilger asked that retiring members, Ellice, Matt and Alice be thanked for their service.
At 8:10 p.m., there being no other business, Judy Holmes moved that the meeting be adjourned. The motion was seconded by Kurt Lane and approved by all.