Virginia City Highlands Property Owners' Association
Monthly Meeting-Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Fire House Training Room-7:00 PM
Present: Jay Carmona, Becky Alcon, Tony Dosen and Karlyn
I. Call to Order, Declaration of a Quorum and Approval of Meeting Agenda (Discussion/ Action)
The meeting was called to order at 7:02 pm. A quorum is present.
On a motion by Alcon the Agenda was approved. Carmona
announced the resignation of Judy Cziprian from the board.
It was accepted with a thank you for her service to the community.
II. Approve Minutes of Meeting(Discussion/Action)
The minutes for the March meeting were not available and will be approved at the May meeting.
Ill. Comments by Association Members (NRS 116.3108.S)(Discussion Only)
Residents Dave Thomas, Dean Rogers and Donna Fong spoke to the condition of the roads. Thomas listed several areas of concern. Carmona stated that the work would begin after the plan is finalized.
IV. Review of Financial Statements
Lorene DeVito reported that the operating account has a balance of $144,249, the reserve account balance is $228,879. March expenses were $1633 and income of $3758.
V. Unfinished Business
VI. Committee Reports
A. Architectural Committee (Discussion/ Action)
A modular home was accepted. PreFabs and modulars will be considered on a case by case basis.
B. Road Report (Discussion/ Action)
The harness has arrived for the plow truck. Brownwell will
get bids for a soil engineer to see if it is fiesableto have done.
Motion by Alcon to authorize bids passed.
C. Park and Highlands Capital Fund
No report ·
VII New Business
VIII Any Other Matters which the Board Members Wish to Discussion (Discussion Only)
IX Comments by Association Members (NRS 116.3108.5)
Highlands school bus driver Tami discussed the motor home parked on Cartwright. Because the bus is very long it is difficult to negotiate the corner especially if another car is approaching. She suggested lines be painted but that cannot be done because of the width of the road.
Carmona was asked about the sealing of Cartwright. He stated that it will be done in the spring.
Carmona also announced that the Fire Department has offered to pay the postage for our yearly newsletter.
Jack McGuffey stated that he is working to get Cartwright paved. He also reminded us that the Highlands, both VCH and HR has $10,000 to spend on a project of our choice.
With no further business the meeting was adjourned at 8:05
XI Executive Session to Discuss Possible Violations of CCR's, if Necessary.