Considering the gravity of the Community Association’s financial situation, other New Business topics were briefly discussed:
1.New Retail Construction - Positive homeowner reaction to new retail architecture - Proposed new medical facility construction (South of Frenchman Rd. East of Victor Hugo Blvd.) may be held up by contract problems with existing, competing businesses. (This relates to a “compete clause” involving medical businesses on that particular site.)
2.Appearance of unsold lots - New City of Hugo ordinance permits weed/grass growth no longer than 10” - CPDC has been notified by the City that it needs to comply with the new ordinance, and cut the growth on it’s unsold lots.
3.Review of dog leash rules & pick-up policy - City of Hugo to hold a public hearing on the issue Monday, Sept. 17 @ 7pm at City Hall. - Separately, VG homeowners requested clarification and reinforcement of Association Rules. Board decided to table the discussion and wait for outcome of City of Hugo’s ordinance process.
4.Holiday lighting & some future social events - Board advocated neighborhood partnering with new businesses and retail landlords for potential sponsorship of some “social events” and holiday lighting.
5.Review snow removal contracts - Association should review contracts with cost savings in mind. Past problems with were also discussed. It is likely that the snow removal amenity may be reduced or cut back this year due to budget constraints. More information will be announced when it becomes available.
6.Tennis court maintenance - CPDC is working with the City of Hugo to address damaged net anchoring posts.
7.Pool, irrigation and fountain winterizing - Pool is now closed - Irrigation and fountain blow-out & winterizing will take place in October.
8.Clarification of status of homeowner representatives. - The official status of neighborhood representatives, Charles Kirk (Townhomes) and Mark Vlker (Single Family Village) to the Board of Directors has been settled. It was agreed by the Board’s Directors, Charles and Mark that the neighborhood representatives be considered as volunteers/informal Liaisons to the Board - not voting members of the Board. This clears up confusion that recently arose about the voting status of the neighborhood representatives. All agreed with the resolution to this issue.