The July Community Meeting was called to order by Ken Emerson, Board President, at 7:00 pm on July 10, 2019, at the Walnut Creek Clubhouse. Board Members in attendance were Joe Blount, Gary Droege, Ken Emerson, Halley Freeman and Jacqui Maiseroulle. Howard Matteson, Scott Eiken, Tyler Unsell and Siobhann Williams were unable to attend.
Ken Emerson welcomed all guests and the Board approved minutes for the June monthly Board Meeting.
Board Members approved a request from the Administration Committee for continuation of privilege suspensions for those violating restrictive covenants.
Ken Emerson updated the Board as to the status of removing siltation at the bridge. Completion of the project has been delayed due to weather and the project will be completed as soon as feasible.
The Board approved $2,500 to pay for the cost of dumping the silt once removed from the creek.
Ken Emerson let the Board know that the street signs had been picked up from the vendor and that the common area signs were still pending production. Installation of the new street signs will begin this month.
Clubhouse: A skylight in the clubhouse developed a leak with the storm on July 10th, a bid will be sought to replace the flashing around the window to repair the leak.
Community Relations: Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate with the July 4th cookout but those that did attend enjoyed the hamburgers, brats and hot dogs on the grill. Thank you to all of the volunteers that made this happen and let’s hope for better weather come Labor Day. The Fall Cleanup Day will be here before you know it!
Finance: The 2018 tax return and compilation is in progress.
Grounds: The remains of the downed tree at the playground is ready to be mulched and the insurance policy regarding such storm damage is being reviewed for coverage.
Pools: The committee is very pleased with this season’s pool staff and wanted to specifically commend Brett (new lifeguard this season) on the two saves he had last month! The new Dolphin pool vacuum is not only cleaning the pool better than ever imagined but its use has already reduced the pool chemical cost by 25-30% from that spent this time last year.
The meeting was adjourned without objection.