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Presiding: Mark Fears

Present: Kelly McGuire, Mark Fears, Fred Lanyon, Jim Bergeron

Guests: Gloria Lanyon, Tom Guenther, Keith and Beth Lonnquist, Hans and Hannah Zimmerman, Kevin Guy

The meeting was called to order by President Mark Fears at 1900.

It was noted that only four Board members were present and that does not constitute a quorum, so no votes could be taken.  Approval of minutes from the 11 January 2016 meeting will be approved at the next meeting if there is a quorum.

Also noted were the excused absences of Board members, Treasurer David Weber (medical excuse), Architectural Control Chairman Frank Chuba (out of state business) and Director Jim Zalmanek (out of state).

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Treasurer’s Report: No report

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Architectural Control:  No new requests as noted via e-mail from Chairman Frank Chuba.

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Old Business: None

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New Business: President Mark Fears allowed guests to speak, but cautioned that no action could be taken due to a lack of a quorum.

Gloria Lanyon gave a report on her meeting with the staff of Representative Terry Carver regarding the status of the house on Spruce Road that is being used for recovering alcoholics.  In the works is a plan to issue the business a state license so action can be taken that El Paso County seems to be reluctant to do.

Tom Guenther reported that to date, no application has been made by Dr. Judith Miller regarding expanding residency at the Spruce Road house for recovering alcoholics.

Resident and Forest View Acres Water Board member Hans Zimmerman reported that the Town of Monument approached the water board at their last meeting about the possibility of erecting a one and a half million gallon water tank on Red Rock Ranch.  The location they would like to erect the tank is the Association Nevins Park.  Jim Bergeron mentioned that part of the agreement with the Nevins when they deeded the Park to the Homeowners Association was the land would revert back to the Nevins family if it was no longer wanted or needed by the RRRHOA.

Beth Longquist stated that there will be a meeting called “Coffee with Cops” on Friday, 19 February 2016 from 1100 until 1300 at the Owens coffee shop in Mounument.  The El Paso County Sheriff  sponsors the event.

The next El Paso County Planning Commission meeting will be held at 0900 on Tuesday, 16 February 2016.


The next regularly scheduled meeting will be at 1200 on Saturday, 14 March 2016 at the Tri Lakes Cares building, 235 Jefferson Street, Monument.

Respectfully submitted,

Jim Bergeron 

Secretary/Recorder, RRRHOA

Note: These minutes are in draft form and are not official since a formal meeting was not held.