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Board Meeting Minutes – May 23, 2018

Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association
Board Meeting Minutes – May 23, 2018
(BODs Approved 6.20.2018)

I. HOMEOWNER’S FORUM

Gene: Alligator cracks at 4 corners, street parking may be increasing, time for new vendor code

II. CALL TO ORDER

1. The meeting of the Board of Directors of the Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association was called to order at 7:06 pm. Board members in attendance included Tom Angotti, Greg Anderson, and Reid Cain. Erinn Corkins was present from Wildwood Management.

2. Success stories: Shout Outs
• Pride of Ownership showing in yards. Yard of the Month will be awarded in June.
• It’s great to see neighbors meeting neighbors.
• BOD appreciates how Erinn approaches tasks.

III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

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

IV. FINANCIALS

  1. Review and Approval of April 2018 financials. Reid made a motion to approve. Seconded by Greg and the motion carried without objection.
  2. Overview with Variance Report Out May 10th
    • From April 30th Report
      •  2018 Annual Budget – $95.9K Income; $77,899 Operating Expense; $18,000 Reserve.
      •  YTD Actual $38,009.25 Income – 39.6% of Total Budget; $6,041 above YTD Target of $31,968
      •  YTD Actual $26,555 Operating Expense – 34% of YTD Target ($591.50) variance or above YTD Target of $25,964
      •  YTD Reserve Contribution $6,000, on target.
      •  Total Replacement Reserve Expenses YTD – $16.2K
      •  $45.4K CAB Replacement Reserve / $134.7K FCB MM / CAB operating at $26.6Kor $201.7K Total Assets.
    • April Variance Report noted several categories were under budget bringing the YTD operating expense in at Budget
  3. Delinquency Report – Continued Improvement
    • As of April 31st – $4,953.80 total with $3211 Current; $369.33- 30 days; $256.22 – 60 days; $1485.96 – 90 days outo 17 late Notices sent in April, going into April 7 accounts were delinquent
  4. Compliance Report – 3rd Wednesday Drive througho Letters allow 30 days for corrections so it will not be the same day each month• Number & Nature of Violations – Any Concerns

V. MANAGEMENT REPORT

• Two Action Items completed in April with 1 ACC request approved and 8 Violations sent

VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS

1. Social Committee: Courtney, Patti and Mari

• Welcome Baskets – To be delivered – New Resident Listings
-Courtney to take the lead. Ordering 5 baskets is approved to include folder, SodaPops of Boerne Card and card signed by BOD

  • Last Day of School Event June 7th – $500 budget
  • July 4th Celebration – possible events include: Kids Parade/Apple Pie Contest/Baby Crawl/PotatoSack Races/Watermelon seed spitting/Family Games/BOD cook burgers and hotdogs. Date of June 23rd considered

2. ACC
• Updates – Overall Pulse of the ACC – Any Trending

VII. OLD BUSINESS

1. CCR Email Blast/Prepare Email
2. Safety Letter sent out via Mail
3. Playground Repair Update – Ropes missing, picnic table repair $900 Budget, Rainbow Play Systems called for full inspection and repairs.
4. Security Camera – Front Gates put on hold
5. Electrical to Pavilion – put on hold
6. Bexar Landscaping Follow-up

  1. Playscape Area – $703.63 Bid is approved motioned by Reid with second by Greg. WW to request completion on Friday
  2. Perennials at corner and entrance $608.91 Bid is approved get them done – Budget allows 3500 Annual flowers plus 1500 trees.
  3. Rock was not re-set. Confirm Timeline

7. Vaquero/Waste Connection Rate Adjustment – TA Sent Email to LSR – All rollbacks, credits to be completed by end of May
• 3 yr. contract – April 1, 2017 – April 30, 2020
• $63 / plus tax per quarter
• Each year, CPI / Customer Price Index adjustment
• For LSR, 2nd Qtr to Q1-2018 is 2.2% or $1.39 per qtr. Adjustment.• April 1st, 2018 12 month rate is $64.39 per quarter

8. Update/Strategy for Back Exit / Frontage Road Study

  • HOA survey completed – 121 for, 3 opposed
  • Updated pricing on gate(s) – Reid C./ $28k (40K)
  • Electric- $8k
  • Security- $TBD
  • Completed Survey to include the common area, Lot 50, to include the concrete aproncurrently shown on Lot 51. Lot 51 survey to subtraction of the concrete apron ($2,300 paidto Lot 51 homeowner). No changes to Lot 49 regarding the property lines.
  • Final Surveys completed and filed / Steve T. and Ricardo N. / Lot 50 LSR HOA
  • Suberg Electric trenched and laid conduit, week of 3.12. CPS to set meter loop and pull wire from Utility pole, week of 3.19.

    • CPS to set meter 4.18.2018 – DONE

    •Security Installation approved by BOD May 17 via email
    •$99/month air card
    •$75/month for 3 year contract on monitoring with MultiLink Security
    •$7285.07 plus tax approved for installation

    VIII. NEW BUSINESS

    1. Summer Movies – June through August
    a. Amp for Sound System upgrade is approved not to exceed $500.00. Reid motioned,

    seconded by Greg.
    2. Yard of the Month – Will be selected in June

    IX. SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING- Wednesday, June 20 – Tom’s home

    X. ADJOURNMENT – Board meeting adjourned at 8:37 pm

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

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Board Meeting Minutes – April 18, 2018

Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association

Board Meeting Minutes – April 18, 2018

(BODs Approved 5.23.2018)

I. HOMEOWNER’S FORUM

Gene: Alamo Lot Maintenance (reported broken water tank and came on off day)

II. CALL TO ORDER

  1. The meeting of the Board of Directors of the Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association was called to order at 7:11 pm. Board members in attendance included Tom Angotti, Greg Anderson, and Reid Cain. Erinn Corkins was present from Wildwood Management.
  2. Success stories: Shout Outs• Spring Celebration – March 24th – Thanks again to all!

III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

• March Minutes were approved. Reid motioned and seconded by Greg. Motion carried without objection.

IV. FINANCIALS

  1. Review and Approval of March 2018 financials. Reid made a motion to approve. Seconded by Greg and the motion carried without objection.
  2. Overview with Variance Report Out
    • From March 31st Report
      •   2018 Annual Budget – $95.9K Income; $77,899 Operating Expense; $18,000 Reserve.
      •   YTD Actual $24,186 Income – 25% of Total Budget; $210 above YTD Target of $23,976.
      •   YTD Actual $24,744.14 Operating Expense – 32% of YTD Target ($5,271.14) variance or above YTD Target of $19,473.
      •   YTD Reserve Contribution $4,500, on target.
      •   Total Replacement Reserve Expenses YTD – $14.1K/Budget $
      •   $60K CAB Replacement Reserve / $134.6K FCB MM / CAB operating at $11.2Kor $205.8K Total Assets.
    • As noted at March’s meeting, 75% of Annual Fees for Property Liability and Directors / Officers Liability paid in Feb. causing offset to Budget. Approx. $6K.
      • Off Duty Officer cost $540
  3. Delinquency Report – Continued Improvement
    • As of March 31st – $2,517.74 total with $0 Current; $369.33- 30 days; $1,163.56 – 60 days; $984.85 – 90 days outo Two accounts to legal collection in April
  4. Compliance Report – 3rd Wednesday Drive througho Letters allow 30 days for corrections so it will not be the same day each month• Number & Nature of Violations – Any Concerns

o Email CCR highlights

V. MANAGEMENT REPORT

• 3 Action Items completed in March with 1 ACC request approved and 4 Violations sent

VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS
1. Social Committee: Courtney, Patti and Mari

• Welcome Baskets – To be delivered – New Resident Listings 1 in Jan. Courtney to take the lead and give input on basket selection

• Define Current Process for Welcome Baskets and Notification of new residents. Welcome Packets to be sent out with information regarding Discussion Thread. WW notifies of new owners on or before 10th of following month and delivers WW Welcome within 2 weeks of closing.

  •   Spring Celebration – $4K budget / Actual Cost – $4,027.09• Great Job by everyone
  •   Sonny – gift card $150 – Reid made a motion to approve. Seconded by Greg and the motion carried without objection. WW to Procure from Bob’s Chophouse2. ACC

• Updates – Overall Pulse of the ACC – Any Trending – Parked Car in side yard

VII. OLD BUSINESS

    1. . Spring Cleaning / Dumpster – April 13-16 . Door did not close on one and volunteers needed
    2.  BLC has not reset the rock. Confirm their timeline. Attempt made with 4 men *
    3. Vaquero/Waste Connection Rate Adjustment – TA Sent Email to LSR
      • 3 yr. contract – April 1, 2017 – April 30, 2020
      • $63 / plus tax per quarter
      • Each year, CPI / Customer Price Index adjustment
      • For LSR, 2nd Qtr to Q1-2018 is 2.2% or $1.39 per qtr. Adjustment.
      • April 1st, 2018 12 month rate is $64.39 per quarter4. Longhorn Lot – Asphalt Transition to LSR Entrance – Completed 5. Update on options for front gate keypad.
        6. Update/Strategy for Back Exit / Frontage Road Study
      • HOA survey completed – 121 for, 3 opposed
      • Updated pricing on gate(s) – Reid C./ $28k (40K)
      • Electric- $8k
      • Security- $TBD
      • Completed Survey to include the common area, Lot 50, to include the concrete aproncurrently shown on Lot 51. Lot 51 survey to subtraction of the concrete apron ($2,300 paid to Lot 51 homeowner). No changes to Lot 49 regarding the property lines.
      • Final Surveys completed and filed / Steve T. and Ricardo N. / Lot 50 LSR HOA
      • Suberg Electric trenched and laid conduit, week of 3.12. CPS to set meter loop and pull wirefrom Utility pole, week of 3.19.
      • CPS to set meter 4.18.2018 – DONE
      • Reid made a motion to approve payment to Quality Access in the amount of $7,057.18Seconded by Greg. This is 3rd quarter of payment in full.
      • Greg motioned to approve payment in full to Suberg Electric for $9,089.76. Motion seconded by Reid and carries without objection.

VIII. NEW BUSINESS

    • Bexar Landscaping Consideration and Approval
      • Playscape Area – $703.63 – more detail – more gravel
      • Brown Edging Front Entrance – $281.45 – other options
      • Perennials at corner and entrance – $608.91 – Budget allowance $3500 annual flowers plus$1,500 trees – bid was approvedlime
    • Security Cameras – Frt and Back Gates – 2 quotes
    • Electrical to Pavilion TBD – Suberg Electric to provide quote and quote for entrance bar light
    • End of School Celebration – June Timeline
    • Summer Movies – June through August Timeline
    • Playground Repair – Ropes missing and Picnic Table Repair – $900 Budget / $0 Spent
    • Safety Letter Review – send solo
    • Note the $3K catering was approved by email vote 3.28.18
    • Note the Web Service Contract of $779 was approved 3.29.2018 via email. April – March 2019

IX. SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING- Wednesday, May 16 – Tom’s home

X. ADJOURNMENT – Board meeting adjourned at 8:18 pm

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

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Board Meeting Minutes – March 22, 2018

Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association
Official Board Meeting Minutes – BOD Approved 4.18.18
March 22, 2018

I. HOMEOWNER’S FORUM

Gene: Rock placement still on BLC radar. Street Sweepers came on Monday (trash day) and had to reschedule. Border/Railroad ties needed to help keep gravel in at the play-scape. Speeding continues to be an issue and may have to be deferred to Constable.
– WW to Draft Notice to Residents

II. CALL TO ORDER

The meeting of the Board of Directors of the Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association was called to order at 7:23 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!

    • Garage Sale was very successful
    • Big “Thank You” to Patty D. for her involvement in Fall Festival, Christmas Event, Welcoming Committee, Garage Sale and Spring Celebration – her Energy has been amazing
    • BOD thanks Gene G. for attending meetings and sharing good feedback

III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

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

IV. FINANCIALS

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

From January Report

  • 2018 Annual Budget: $95.9K Income/ $77,899 Operating Expense/ $18,000 Reserve
  • YTD Actual $16,542 Income- 17.2% of total Budget; $558 above YTD target
  • YTD Actual $17,903.24 Operating Expense- 23% of YTD target; ($4,921.24) variance or aboveYTD target
  • YTD Reserve Contribution $3000, on target
  • Total Replacement Reserve Expenses YTD- $14.1K/ Budget $

o $58.5K CAB Replacement Reserve/ $134.5K FCB MM/ CAB Operating at $12K or$205K Total Assets

Note that 75% of Annual Budget for Property Liability/D&O Insurance premium paid in February causing an off-set to the Budget of approximately $6K

Delinquency Report
• Improvement over January- $2,198 total with $0 Current; $1,748 – 30 days; $0 – 60 days; $450 – 90 days out

Violations – 3rd Wednesday drive through

  • Number & Nature of Violations – no concerns at this time
  • Any additional feedback or input – new Wildwood compliance director

V. MANAGEMENT REPORTFebruary Property Management Report reviewed.

    • 4 Violation Notices sent after February Drive
    • 1 ACC request approved

VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS Social Committee:

Welcome Baskets: WW process defined. Patty, Mari, Courtney Confirmed as Committee members will brainstorm and move forward for new residents with good information and new process

Spring Celebration: 4k Budget – BLC to put down ant killer and service park Friday before event re-scheduled 3/24 at 4:00 pm
Dinner and Two Egg Hunts planned

VII. OLD BUSINESS

  • BLC has not reset the rock. Timeline confirmed for a full crew service, need more than 2 men
  • Vaquero/Waste Connection Rate Adjustment – error on some statements TA sent email to LSRo 3 yr Contract – April 1, 2017 – April 30, 2020
    o $63 plus tax per quarter – adjusted annually based on CPIo Starting April 2018 quarterly rate is $64.39 per quarter
  • Longhorn Lot Maintenance – Timeline for asphalt transition at front gates – last week of March
  • Deer Removal – Cost was $300 plus tax
  • Update on options for front gate keypad – internet needed for camera?
  • Update/Strategy for Back Exito HOA survey completed – 121 for, 3 opposedo Updated pricing on gate(s) – Reid C./ $28ko Electric- $8k
    o Security- $TBD Board discussed amounto Completed – Surveys need to be completed with easements for the gates and controllerso Completed – Survey to include the common area, Lot 50, to include the concrete apron currently shown on Lot 51. Lot 51 survey to subtraction of the concrete apron ($2,300 paid to Lot 51 homeowner). No changes to Lot 49 regarding the property lines.
    o Electrical work – CPS inspected work and will pull wire and set meter in next two weekso Final surveys completed and filed / Steve T. and Ricardo N. / Lot 50 LSR HOA

VIII. NEW BUSINESS

  • Security cameras – Front and back gates – Mari H. offered assistance with bid from LAW Security
  • Electrical to pavilion – Big State
  • Spring cleaning/ Dumpster – 4/13o Reid to meet Vaquero regarding bulk pick up, scheduled 4/13-4/16o Locations on Woodland Trace and Autumn Terrace cul-de-sac
  • Spring Celebration – 3/24

IX. SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING

Wednesday, April 18 – Reid’s home

X. ADJOURNMENT

Board meeting adjourned at 8:20 pm

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

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Board Meeting Minutes – February 28, 2018

Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association
Official Board Meeting Minutes – BOD Approved 3.22.18
February 28, 2018

I . HOMEOWNER’S FORUM

Gene: Alligator cracking on Woodland Pass and starting on Limestone Pass
– Sealant is planned down the line. Resurface estimated in 2020. Pea gravel at play-scape
– Bexar Landscaping recommendation, Poa grass should be sprayed

II. CALL TO ORDER

The meeting of the Board of Directors of the Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association was called to order at 7:05 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!
• Thank you for supporting the kids with fundraisers

III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

January minutes approved. Reid motioned and seconded by Greg. Motion carried without objection.

IV. FINANCIALS

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

From January Report

  • 2018 Annual Budget: $95.9K Income/ $77,899 Operating Expense/ $18,000 Reserve
  • YTD Actual $13,890 Income- 14.5% of total Budget; $5,898.52 above YTD target
  • YTD Actual $8,758.40 Operating Expense- 18.1% of YTD target; ($2,267.40) variance or aboveYTD target
  • YTD Reserve Contribution $0
  • Net Earnings- $5,132.12
  • Total Replacement Reserve Expenses YTD- $14.1K/ Budget $

o $55.4K CAB Replacement Reserve/ $134.5K FCB MM/ CAB Operating at $21.5K or $211.5K Total Assets

Delinquency Report
• As of January- $6,438 total with $678 Current; $3,408- 30 days; $76- 60 days; $2,279- 90 days

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Violations – 3rd Wednesday drive through
• Number & Nature of Violations – no concerns at this time
• Any additional feedback or input – new Wildwood compliance director

V. MANAGEMENT REPORT

January Property Management Report reviewed.

  • 22 late – 2 with legal – down to 1
  • 2 ACC requests approved – no January violations

VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS Social Committee:

Welcome Baskets: Patty D. to Chair Spring Celebration: 3/24 at 1:00 pm

Food trucks and Two Egg Hunts planned

Garage Sale:

3/17 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Schedule gate open
Arms of Hope to pick up items afterward

ACC:

Updates – All requests were approved
Owners making basketball court proposal for park

 VII. OLD BUSINESS

• BLC to give proposal for rock placement – No cost
• Update on options for front key pad. Erinn discussed with Quality Access – How many stops at key pad? WW to run available reporting

• Update/ Strategy for Back Exit/ Frontage Road Study o HOA survey completed – 121 for, 3 opposed

o Updated pricing on gate(s) – Reid C./ $28k
o Electric- $8k
o Security- $ Board discussed amount
o Completed – Surveys need to be completed with easements for the gates and controllers o Completed – Survey to include the common area, Lot 50, to include the concrete apron currently shown on Lot 51. Lot 51 survey to subtraction of the concrete apron ($2,300 paid to Lot 51 homeowner). No changes to Lot 49 regarding the property lines.
o Electrical work – Suberg Electric to start trenching November 27th week to set CPS meter loop. Trench was backfilled. Discussed security options for 2nd attempt. Payment to off duty officer was approved. 2nd Draw to Quality Access was approved.
o Suberg Electric had three options for providing utility to 2nd exit
o Final surveys completed and filed / Steve T. and Ricardo N. / Lot 50 LSR HOA

VIII. NEW BUSINESS

  • Security cameras – Front and back gates
  • Electrical to pavilion
  • Spring garage sale – 3/17
  • Spring cleaning/ Dumpster – 4/13o Reid to meet Vaquero regarding bulk pick up, scheduled 4/13-4/16

    o Locations on Woodland Trace and Autumn Terrace cul-de-sac

  • Spring Celebration – 3/24
  • Smooth pavement lip at entrance

o Received bid from Longhorn Lot Maintenance at $1299 plus tax. Reid motioned approval

and seconded by Greg. This has become necessary for the convenience of residents not to wait for TXDot

IX. SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING

Thursday, March 22nd – Tom’s home

X. ADJOURNMENT

 

Board meeting adjourned at 7:52 pm

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

 

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Board Meeting Minutes – August 30, 2017

Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association Board Meeting Minutes
August 30, 2017
(BODs approved 9.20.17)

HOMEOWNER’S FORUM
Gene – cactus and rocks at park (WW to get BLC recommendation)
Gino
• Vaquero trash truck leaks clean fluid as trash is compacted
• Overnight parking still troublesome
• Loose dogs are a safety concern
Mike Ricardo

CALL TO ORDER
The meeting of the Board of Directors of the Limestone Ranch Homeowners Association was called to order at 7:26 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!
● Great thanks to Julia Moore for the effort to collect and share a Vendor List for the community. ● Big State Electric/Shawn (resident) can help with electricity at Pavilion
● Movies in the Park – Sunny has done a wonderful job – Need new Volunteer for next year
● Attempted break-in – Bexar County Sheriff was called front camera footage not requested

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
July Minutes approved. Reid motioned and seconded by Greg. Motion carried without objection.

FINANCIALS
July financials reviewed. Reid made a motion to approve seconded by Greg and the motion carried without objection. Variance Report included. Reserve contribution on target.
From July Report
• 2017 Annual Budget: $92K Income/ $77,275 Operating Expense/ $14,725 Reserve
• YTD Actual $61,298 Income- 67% of Total Budget- $7,629.95 Above Target
• YTD Actual $45,739.76 Operating Expense- 59% of Total Budget ($645.76 variance or under target)
• YTD Reserve Contribution $8,589- On Target
• Total Replacement Reserve Expenses- $2,677.83/ Budget $53,769
• $125.3K CAB Replacement Reserve/ $1.3K FCB/ $56.8K FCB MM/ CAB operating at $29.7K or $213.2K Total Assets
Irrigation over budget, run once per week in Sept and possibly turn off come October
Pioneer Money Market account earns more interest, may want to transfer money from checking with $5.00 service charge – Reid will call
Delinquency Report
• As of July 31st, $3,735.63; $3,148.55- 30 days; $346.06- 90 days out Violations – 3rd Thursday drive through- Moved date due to trash pick-up change
• Second Wednesday, 9/13
• Number & Nature of Violations – Any Concerns
• Any additional feedback or input

V. MANAGEMENT REPORT
July Property Manager Report reviewed. Yard of the Month continues.

VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS Social Committee:
Welcome Baskets – Iris Olive ACC – One request in August

VII. OLD BUSINESS
• SB 6 signed by Gov. Abbott on August 15, 2017, 4 amendments
• TX DOT Update
o Turn arounds being worked on
o No HOV lanes
o Bridge to be complete mid 2018 at Fair Oaks
o Access from Fred. to Ralph Fair one way once bridge complete
• Update/ Strategy for Back Exit/ Frontage Road Study o HOA survey completed – 121 for, 3 opposed o Updated pricing on gate(s) – Reid C./ $28k o Electric- $8k
o Security- $ k
o Surveys need to be completed with easements for the gates and controllers
o Survey to include the common area, Lot 50, to include the concrete apron currently
shown on Lot 51. Lot 51 survey to subtraction of the concrete apron. No changes to Lot
49 regarding the property lines
o Electrical work- CPS to have date next week, 100’ free

VIII. NEW BUSINESS
• Alamo Lot Maintenance- $275/ 2x month- 1 year contract. Approved with caveat that culs-de-sac and entire length of streets are serviced
• Annual business meeting venue – Reserve Fairfield Inn for mid October – Approve next meeting
• Security cameras for front and back gates.
• Book Club- see box at Bear Moon, Adrian Voorkamp
• 2018 Draft Budget Review, make notes and finalize in Sept.
• Book Santa for Christmas Party – Renew 5K Lighting Contract, Reid to reach out
• Renew Wildwood contract with Erinn for 3 years and no fee increase

IX. SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING
Wednesday, September 20th at Tom Angotti’s home

X. ADJOURNMENT
Board meeting adjourned at 8:30 pm

Executive Session began at 8:50 PM to review Lot 49 Survey Easement

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