Red Rock Ranch Homeowners Association Board Monthly Meeting
Zoom meeting called to order by Vice President Skip Chang at 7:08 pm.
Board members present: Skip Chang, Kevin Guy, Paul Tillotson, Laura Quinlan, Bill Griffith, Julie Pheteplace and Shannon Kittleson
Guests present: Matt Quinlan, Craig Pryor and Juliette Yack
Vice President Chang asked if any guests had any concerns or comments at this time. Craig Pryor mentioned the pending issue with the October minutes. The minutes will be amended. Craig Pryor’s granddaughter asked if the HOA could add some fun equipment to the park. Director Griffith replied that we need to fix the tennis/pickle ball court first and then we will see how much money we have left for the playground.
November Minutes: Director Pheteplace made a motion to approve the November minutes, Director Tillotson seconded the motion and the minutes were approved unanimously.
December Minutes: approved electronically
January Minutes: Will be approved electronically after Director Griffith amends treasurer’s report.
Architectural Control: No ACC to report
Treasurers Report: Director Bill Griffith reviewed the January Treasurer’s report. Director Pheteplace made a motion to approve the January Treasurer’s report and Paul Tillotson seconded the motion. The report was unanimously approved. Director Griffith will amend the 2023 budget.
Member Meeting in April: The annual member meeting will be held at The Chamber House on 105 next to Jarrito Loco on April 17 at 7pm. There are 3 board positions that will be up for election in 2023.
Old Business: Director Tillotson reported that the website has been working fine. He will need to do some updates/convert to new server, later this year which may cost $300.
Park Clean-up and Repair: There was a discussion about moving the annual clean up day to every other year and use the money that would have been spent on the clean up ($1200) for fixing the tennis/pickle ball court. It was decided to ask the members at the annual member meeting.
FireWise: Dave Betzler composed a letter to residents requesting new volunteers to serve on the FireWise Board. Scott Miller will monitor the FireWise email account and compile a list of responses. The Tri Lakes Fire Department will be accepting requests for chipping dates in the second week of March. We will try to reserve 3 or 4 dates for this summer.
Forest View Acres Water District: Next meeting February 21, 2023. Vice President Chang suggested we have enough volunteers to take turns mowing Nevins Park.
Annual picnic was set for August 26 at noon in Nevin Park.
There was discussion about the proposed new development on the east side of 105 just south of the recovery center.
Vice President Chang reminded the Directors that their Newsletter articles are due on 2/15.
Director Quinlan motioned to adjourn the meeting and Vice President Chang seconded the motion.
Vice President Chang adjourned the meeting at 8:02 pm.
The Board went into executive session.