VIRGINIA CITY HIGHLANDS PROPERTY OWNERS' ASSOCIATION
MINUTES: JANUARY 13, 2015 MONTHLY MEETING,
FIRE STATION 2 TRAINING ROOM
Present: Jay Carmona, Judy Czperian, Joe O'Brien, Karlyn McPartlin
Call to Order, Declaration of a Quorum and Approval of Meeting Agenda
Motion to approve by O'Brien, Passed
Approve Minutes of October and December 2014 meetings
Motion by O'Brien. Passed
Review of Financial Statements
Bookkeeper Tommy Sargent reports the association has $287,000 on hand. Expenses for December of $4019 and $86,843 left in budget for this year. Account receivables of $115,000 reported.
Reserve study is finished and given to board members for review and will be voted on at next meeting.
4. Comments by Association Members
Donna Fong asked how an infraction of the CCR's can be reported.
Carmona said to put it in writing and present to the board for action.
5. Committee Reports
A. Architectural Committee Report
Rita Lumos reports one application for a wheelchair ramp
B. Road Report
Carmona reported plowing for our first storm went well. Warned
again that icy conditions do exist especially on Cartwright between
Sazarac and Bullfrog. The association continues to sand that area
even if the county has sanded earlier. Reminded board that
discussion of the upcoming road plan will be discussed at the next
6. Park and Highland Capitol Funds Report
McPartlin reports that the total amount of the Park fund has yet to
be announced. The principle amount has been approved but the
Commissioners have yet to approve the interest that it owed to the
account. A suggestion was made to put together a detailed list of
what is wanted for a community center. This will be coordinated
with the Ten Acre Association as soon as possible.
6. Old Business
8 New Business
A discussion about moving the due date for the yearly dues and
assessments to June. The board members and attending property
owners agreed that moving to June would be better than
January as is done now. It will fall more in line with our fiscal
year. It will also save the association an extra mailing which potentially
saves $3,000. Matter will be voted on at next meeting.
Jerry Antinoro stated that the signs in the Highlands are not consistent
The speed limit must be the same going both ways. It was decided
that the road crew will remove and add signs as needed to correct
this issue. Carmona will attend 10 acre meeting to bring both
associations in line with correcting problem areas.
9. Any Other Matters which the Board Members wish to discuss
Carmona related that a discussion with the Association lawyer about
trapping could be done under the “noxious behavior” rule. He will
have the lawyer draft the language. This is not a change to the CCR's
but a further explanation therefore a majority vote is not required by
Larry Cole has agreed to join the Architectural Committee.
10.Comments by Association Members.
Jack McGuffey reported on the various committees he has been
assigned to as the commissioner for the Highlands.
Meeting adjourned at 8:07 pm
12.Executive Session to Discuss Possible Violations of the CCR''s, If