Board Meeting Minutes – May 31, 2017

Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association Board Meeting Official Minutes May 31, 2017
(BODs approved 7.19.2017)

I. HOMEOWNER’S FORUM

Homeowners present: Gene Grubb shared a concern for sharp cactus across from mailboxes in the park. Iris Olive also in attendance.

II. CALL TO ORDER

The meeting of the Board of Directors of the Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association was called to order at 7:00 pm. Board members in attendance included Tom Angotti, Greg Anderson, and Reid Cain. Erinn Corkins was present from Wildwood Management.

Success stories: Celebrate good neighbors!
● Bexar Landscaping Company is doing a great job with the front areas

● Tone of the Discussion Thread has become helpful and positive

III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

April Minutes approved. Reid motioned and seconded by Greg. Motion carried without objection.

IV. FINANCIALS

April financials reviewed. Reid made a motion to approve seconded by Greg and the motion carried without objection. Variance Report included. Reserve contribution on target.

Delinquency Report – 5 Demand Letters sent
Violations – Trash cans should only be out on Mondays, Compliance visit moved to Wednesday

V. MANAGEMENT REPORT

Yard of the Month will be awarded each month through the summer. Board commends a job well done by community manager.

VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS Social Committee:

Welcome Baskets – Iris ordered 7 baskets to deliver to new homeowners. Baskets look great and cost of $349.65 is reimbursed as confirmed by email vote on 5/15/17.
Last Day of School Event – Iris coordinated M&M Moonbounce and Bahama Bucks from 12:30- 2:30 on June 1st at the Park

ACC – One approved Request in April followed by 3 in May

VII. OLD BUSINESS

Strategy for Back Exit Gate – Neighborhood Survey complete with 121 in favor and 4 opposed. Quality Access Proposal for gate at $22,228.70 is approved. 6 week lead time to build and install gate. Surveys will be completed with notice to show easements for gate controllers and motors. No property line changes to Lot 49. Lot 50 to include concrete currently shown on Lot 51. Lot 51 Survey for subtraction of concrete apron 1 foot beyond apron and straight to drive. Electrical work has been submitted to CPS for evaluation and approval by Suberg Electric. Surveyor and Attorney to be contacted right away.

VIII. NEW BUSINESS

Vaquero Waste and Recycling – 210-385-7344. Bulky Item Roll-offs to be placed at Autumn Terrace and Woodland Pass culs-de- sac – schedule for delivery June 16th with pick-up once full or on June 26th. Park Grills should be available for install in next two weeks. BOD approved $450.00 installation. Suberg to provide outlet bid for park. BLC bid for getting pea gravel back into play area approved with maintenance stipulation, Reid motioned seconded by Greg. Ask BLC where water spigot for park could be located. Reid moved to have park benches and tables power-washed at cost not to exceed $500.00, seconded by Tom. Wildwood to schedule with American Graffiti. Stain to follow and park will be in great shape for 4th of July Celebrations. Movies in the Park are enjoyed and Sonny always does a great job setting that up.

IX. SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING

Wednesday, June 21st at TAs home

X. ADJOURNMENT

Board meeting adjourned to an executive session at 8:07 pm

Respectfully Submitted by:
Erinn Corkins
Community Manager for Limestone Ranch HOA

July 19th HOA Meeting

Trust everyone is having a great summer.

The July homeowners meeting will be held on Wednesday, the 19th at 7:00 pm. It will be held at the home of Tom and Leona Angotti. 9103 Limestone Pass.

Signs will be posted in the front of the neighborhood as a reminder.

Updates will include TXDOT work and the progress for the 2nd exit gate.

We have just finished refinishing the park benches and picnic tables plus installing 2 BBQ grills. We encourage you to enjoy the park with picnics, family and friends.

Plan to attend and learn firsthand what is going on in your community. We always enjoy your participation and look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

Agenda to include:

Values in Action / Safety Stories/ Success Stories from the community
Homeowners forum
May Minutes approval
Financial review for May and June
Committee updates
New Business

If you have any questions regarding this meeting or the community in general, you may contact any of your BODs listed below.

Have a safe and great day.

LSR BODs
Tom Angotti- President
Reid Cain- Vice President
Greg Anderson- Secretary

Board Meeting Minutes – April 30, 2017

Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association Approved Board Meeting Minutes April 19, 2017
(Approved by BODs May 31st, 2017)

I. HOMEOWNER’S FORUM

Homeowners present: Gene Grubb mentions kids jumping from rocks and rocks knocked out of the playscape. Mitzi Roberts is new to the neighborhood. Terry Trickle also in attendance.

II. CALL TO ORDER

The meeting of the Board of Directors of the Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association was called to order at 7:14 pm. Board members in attendance included Tom Angotti, Greg Anderson, and Reid Cain. Erinn Corkins was present from Wildwood Management.

Success stories: Celebrate good neighbors!
● Shout out to Julia Moore for awesome job with garage sale and Arms of Hope coordination
● Tom and Leona share that the well wishes after an accident coming from several in the community are a testament to the type of good neighbors within Limestone Ranch

III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

March Minutes approved with additions. Reid motioned and seconded by Greg. Motion carried without objection.

IV. FINANCIALS

March financials reviewed. Reid made a motion to approve seconded by Greg and the motion carried without objection. Variance Report included. 26% of annual budget utilized through first quarter, just over target for the year.

Delinquency Report – Less than 10% in default
Violations – No current concern or feedback. 7 Violation letters sent in March

V. MANAGEMENT REPORT

No questions concerning March Management Report.

VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS

Social Committee:
Easter and Spring Celebration – Thanks to Sharon Berry and all other volunteers for coordinating a great event. Signage for future gatherings discussed as all owners were not on discussion thread announcing the activity.
Neighborhood Garage Sale – good turnout with Arms of Hope taking leftovers ACC – Four Approved Improvement Requests in March

VII. OLD BUSINESS

Three trees planted at front. Flowers planted 4/14 with Mulch and Top Dressing in the next week. BLC asked to get gravel back into playscape area, rubber mulch discussed as a future solution to the dry/hard areas around slides. Strategy for Back Exit Gate – Neighborhood Survey complete with 121 in favor and 4 opposed. Reid will call Quality Access Gates for updated pricing and installation planning to determine actual variances that may be needed for operation of the gate. The BOD scheduled meetings with both neighbors of the exit to understand concerns. New surveys of all three lots will be obtained after gate, drive, variances and/or conveyances are finalized.

VIII. NEW BUSINESS

Vaquero Waste and Recycling – 210-385-7344. Park grills to be placed at both sides of Pavilion. Two Pilot Rock Steel Covered BBQ Grill with Smoker Model# EC-26/S B2 for 379.99 each approved. Install cost to be confirmed and approved by email. Camera replacement estimates pending. HOA was represented at City Council Meetings with Homeowner’s Against Annexation where 2019 annexation vote passed. New legislation sets to take power away from municipalities and put the vote back in the hands of affected homeowners. Irrigation Backflow costs discussed. Annual inspection due.

IX. SCHEDULE NEXT MEETINGTBD – likely Wednesday, May 17th

X. ADJOURNMENT – Board meeting adjourned to an executive session at 7:38 pm

Respectfully Submitted by:
Erinn Corkins
Community Manager for Limestone Ranch HOA