June 26, 2009

Master Board Meeting Overview

Last night at the VG Community Association (Master) Association a number of different topics were discussed:
- The new Fairview medical clinic and Pharmacy near the front entrance is nearing completion
- A new Pet Hospital is planned for the site to the west of Lake Area Bank
- A Pool Committee was formed
- After a discussion and a counter-proposal by the Single Family Village representatives, a formal ARC process was approved.
- Afterward, an announcement was made by Board President Michael Noonan that the remaining 26 Neighborhood Development Partners lots were planned to be sold to a "national builder". It was not disclosed who the builder was.
- There was no discussion of the (roughly 14) former CPDC lots that were recently posted with foreclosure notices.

June 25, 2009

Master Association Board Meeting Agenda - June 25.

Victor Gardens Community Association - 2009 Board of Directors Meeting - June 25, 2009 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Hugo City Hall, Oneka Room

Meeting Agenda

1)  Annual Meeting

2) Call to Order

3) Approve Agenda

4) Review and Approve Minutes from Last Meeting (4/23/2009)

5) Commercial Property

     a) Hugo Medical Office Building

     b) Pet Paws Animal Hospital

6) Homeowner Forum

7) Management Financial Reports

a)    Balance Sheet

b)     Income Statement

c)     Accounts Payable

d)    General Ledger

8) Communication and Committee Reports

     a)  Pool Issues

          i)  Pool Committee Charter

9) Management Report

a) Work Order Report

b) Status of Landscaping Enhancements

c) ARC

   i)  Proposed ARC Process

10) New Business

       a) Delinquencies

11) Review of Action Items & Timeframe for Completion

12) Set Date for Next Meeting

13) Adjournment

June 23, 2009

Pool Closed for Super-Chlorination - Bad Judgement Continues

The pool was closed today because of cloudy water conditions.  To fix the problem, the pool contractor used chemicals to "shock" or super-chlorinate the pool water.  These chemicals are very harsh. The pool was closed to protect residents.  Unfortunately, some ignored the sign, and swam anyway.
Also today... and on another note, swimmers are reminded AGAIN:  Do not open the gate for people who've "lost their keys".   A group of young people were reported to the Sheriff's Department today for climbing up on the wooden arbor and jumping into the pool. 
Frustration is building at many levels regarding the lack of common sense by residents for not speaking up when they see these problems, allowing trespassers entry, and ignoring signs.  The Master Board will discuss this situation, and how it affects the pool on Thursday's board meeting.
Residents who want to volunteer for the Pool Committee should contact Casey Groff