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Friday, September 16, 2016

August 2016 Board Minutes

Board:  Stu Mason, Sheila Richardville, George Cokinos, Diana Laybold, Derry Shrock

Management: Susan Keene Larry Edwards

The White Lick Board met on August 17, 2016, at the home of Diana Laybold.  The July minutes were approved. The July financial report was reviewed. 

     The White Lick picnic is scheduled for October 2, 2016, at 4:00.  The Association will provide pulled pork barbecue sandwiches and will ask the residents to pitch-in with their favorite dishes.  The Association will also provide place service.

      The Ragsdale’s asked about putting up a flagpole in their plant area.  They need to fill out an architectural request form.  The Board has approved other flagpoles in the community.

      The late fee for collections will begin on January 1, 2017.  Homeowners will be informed of the new policy at least 30 days prior to the start.

      A change to the use of the proxy at the Annual Meeting was given to the Board.  The proxy can no longer be used for voting; it’s only used for attendance and selecting a homeowner to represent the absent homeowner.  The ballot will be used at the Annual Meeting.  Anyone named as a representative on a proxy will receive a ballot for that homeowner.

      The rental agreement has been tabled for further discussion.  Does the Board want certain number of rentals or a 5-year residency requirement?

      Derry Shrock showed the Board samples of weeds that are taking control in the yards.  The front yards are not looking good.  Tall fescue has grown from 75 square feet to 3,000 square feet.  This weed can only be killed by Round-Up.  Nut hedge or water grass is also present and growing rapidly.  There are some locations that are bare of grass.  The Board and Management need to talk to Outdoor Solutions for suggestions on treating this and getting our lawns looking better.

The meeting was adjourned

Next Meeting:  September 14  at 4:30 @ Diana Laybold
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