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Presiding: Mark Fears

Present: Kelly McGuire, Mark Fears, Fred Lanyon, Jim Zalmanek, Jim Bergeron, Frank Chuba, David Weber

Guests: 14 Residents

The meeting was called to order by President Mark Fears at 1314, following a picnic of hamburgers, frankfurters, salads, chips and salsa, plus various soft drinks and bottled water.

Minutes of the 13 July 2015 meeting were read and approved as written after a motion by Frank Chuba and a second by Fred Lanyon.  

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Treasurer’s Report: Newly elected Treasurer David Weber prefaced his report with thanks to outgoing treasurer Bill Martin for the precise and accurate records he kept over the years.

Bank balance is $17,808.45. Since the last meeting there have been five new donors bringing voluntary donations to 135 for a total of $5,125.00.  Total income to date is $5,595.68 and expenses amount to $2,369.38.  Treasurer’s report was accepted following a motion made by Fred Lanyon and a second by Frank Chuba.

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Architectural Control:  Chairman Frank Chuba presented a request from Richard and Abbie McArdle at 18205 Stone View Road to erect a split rail fence on their property.  Since it meets the Association requirements, the application was unanimously accepted following a motion by Frank Chuba with a second by David Weber. The fee of $25.00 was paid.   A second request from Andrew Wacker at 18165 Forest View Road asked for an addition to his property, but there was not enough information submitted to make a decision at this time.  Frank Chuba will follow up.  The report was accepted after a motion was made by Fred Lanyon and seconded by Jim Zalmanek.

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Old Business: The annual picnic/meeting has been accomplished as of today.

President Mark Fears informed the gathered residents that the Board, during the 13 July 2015 meeting, expressed its opposition to increasing the number of clients at Courage to Change from five to 12 residents.

A resident said he was not sure if it was old or new business, but he wondered about the water situation on the Ranch.  Hans Zimmerman, a member of the Forest View Acres Water District Board was present and answered the question by stating that the Water District is in excellent shape with plenty of water of very good quality.  He further stated that surrounding homes on wells will eventually run out of water and ask to be connected to Forest View Acres.

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New Business:  Sandra Weber spoke of the Nevins Park garden and said it is doing well, especially after the heavy rains this year.  The mulch from chipping has filled the garden and it could use more.  She added that if anyone feels the need to do weeding, she can use the help in the garden.  President Fears said mulch can be obtained from a chipping station in Black Forest for no charge and residents can take slash to the facility at a fee of $2.00 per load.

The two picnic tables in the pavilion have holes and cracks in them from years of weather exposure.  Mr. Fears volunteered to replace seats and table tops with wood and asked for help to accomplish the task.

President Fears stated that the residence at 3640 Range View Road has a coop with chickens and ducks, which violates RRRHOA covenants.  He has attempted to personally contact them, but has found no one at home.  He will continue his efforts.

Resident Kevin Guy stated that Dr. Miller has filed a letter of intent to increase her client population from five to 12.  That brought about numerous comments from all gathered.  It was agreed to have attorney Lenard Rioth present at the planning commission meeting when the subject of increasing client population is brought up.  David Weber made that motion with the stipulation of a time limit of not more than three hours for Mr. Rioth’s presence at the meeting.  Jim Zalmanek seconded the motion and the Board agreed.


With no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 1403 after a motion made by David Weber and seconded by Jim Zalmanek.

The next regularly scheduled meeting will be at 1900 on Monday, 14 September 2015 at the Tri Lakes Cares building, 235 Jefferson Street, Monument, Colorado.

Respectfully submitted,

Jim Bergeron 

Secretary/Recorder, RRRHOA

Note: These minutes are in draft form and are not official until approved by the Board at the 14 September 2015 meeting.