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Red Rock Ranch Homeowners Association Monthly Meeting

09 November 2009

Presiding: Kelly McGuire

Present: Bill Martin, Jim Bergeron, Kelly McGuire, David Weber, Frank Chuba, Fred Lanyon

The meeting was called to order by President Kelly McGuire at 1900.

The minutes of the 12 October 2009 meeting were read and unanimously approved following a motion by Fred Lanyon and a second by Frank Chuba.

{tab=Treasurer's Report}Treasurer’s Report: Bank balance is $12,482.16.  There have been 119 donations from residents in the amount of $4640.00, which is less than at this time last year.  Architectural Control fees total $228.40, and interest is $36.29 for a total income of $4904.69.  Total expenses are $4355.89.  The insurance bill of $1800 has been paid, as well as the $10 state license required for the Association.  Anticipated expenses are $44 for post office box rental.  Treasurer’s report unanimously accepted following a motion by Frank Chuba and a second by Fred Lanyon.

{tab=Arch Control}Architectural Control: Chairman Frank Chuba reports no new applications since the October meeting.  He did speak with Mr. Roger Clark at 3775 El Rancho Way concerning a request for an outdoor walk-way and told him a permit from RRRHOA was not necessary, nor did he have to pay a $25 fee.  The check was shredded, which was in accordance with Mr. Clark’s wishes.

{tab=Old Business} Old Business: President Kelly McGuire advised the Board that he is waiting for good weather conditions to repair the posts at the Association park tennis court.

Director Craig Ketels sent a copy of the current residents on Red Rock Ranch so members could scan it for additions or deletions that they are aware of.  Apparently, not everyone received it, and Jim Bergeron said he was unable to print it.  Mr. Ketels will be asked to re-send the list.

Director David Weber’s position paper on the Dyad drilling project was reviewed by all Board members and it was agreed that the paper does spell out exactly where the RRRHOA stands on the issue.  There was discussion about words such as “request”, and was that strong enough, and how could the points in the paper be enforced.  President McGuire stated that he will attend the NEPCO meeting on Saturday, 14 November 2009 when El Paso County Commissioner Wayne Williams will be present.  At that meeting, President McGuire will give the Commissioner a copy of the position paper and ask him how to proceed.  Director Fred Lanyon suggested sending a copy to the Bureau of Land Management, the Town of Monument, the Forest Service, and possibly the Department of the Interior.

{tab=New Business}New Business: President Kelly McGuire stated that he wants it in the official minutes that he appreciates the two years Craig Ketels spent as president of RRRHOA.  He feels Mr. Ketels displayed outstanding leadership, kept all meetings on schedule, kept to the agenda, and had each business meeting moving smoothly.

With no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 1927 on a motion by Frank Chuba, seconded by Bill Martin and carried unanimously.

The next regularly scheduled meeting will be at 1900 on Monday, 14 December 2009 at the Tri Lakes Cares building, 235 Jefferson Street in Monument.

Respectfully submitted,

Jim Bergeron

Secretary/Recorder, RRRHOA