Updated: Sep 2, 2020
ASHLEY PARK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. BOARD MEETING MINUTES JULY 8, 2020 Daniel Lindblom, Jeff Wasylowsky, Stacy Puleo, Diane Esola and Brian McGuinn Board Members Present: Board Members Absent: Also Present: Daniel Lindblom stated there is a quorum of Board Members present via audio conference call and opened the July 8, 2020 Virtual Board Meeting at 7:00 pm. MINUTES – The Board reviewed the Minutes from the June 10, 2020 Board Meeting. Mr. Lindblom made a motion to approve the Minutes from the June 10, 2020 Board Meeting as written. Mrs. Puleo seconded this motion and it was unanimously approved by the Board. FINANCIAL - The Board reviewed the June 30, 2020 Delinquency Report. Two delinquent accounts were discussed. #85 – Claim of lien filed. This account will be discussed at the next board meeting. #168 – A payment of $250 was received on June 29th. The Board then reviewed the April 2020 Balance Sheet and Income and Expense Report. Mr. Bouras stated the Association is in good and stable financial condition. MANAGEMENT CHAINLINK FENCE AT SOUTH SIDE OF VINCE MAIDA PARK – Mr. Bouras informed the board that the chain link fence at south side of Vince Maida Park has been removed and all the post holes were covered with dirt. LEASE INFORMATION UPDATE – Nothing new to discuss. WEBSITE – Nothing new to discuss. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE REPORT REVIEW QUOTE(S) FOR NEW TREES AND LANDSCAPE PLANTINGS – The board members reviewed and discussed 3 quotes for the installation of trees at the Vince Maida Park. Mr. McGuinn made a motion to approve Baker Landscape proposal for $3,885.00 to install new trees and enhancement at Vince Maida Park. Mr. Esola seconded this motion and it was None Construction, Inc. Jim Bouras, Community Management &
unanimously approved by the board. Board approved a total up to $5000 for trees and irrigation. CMC will install bubblers for new trees and irrigation heads for the “V” island. Mrs. Esola noted that grass needs to be edged at the new sidewalk at Vince Maida Park. Management will address this matter. OLD BUSINESS AND NEW BUSINESS – Mrs. Esola addressed the board regarding the Ficus hedge replacement with a different plant in areas where the Ficus is infected with white flies. Mr. Bouras noted that the Ficus on Shorewind Drive belongs to Bay Winds HOA. This issue will be addressed with the Bay Winds Board of Directors. Mr. McGuinn addressed the board regarding the San Diego shades approvals in Ashley Park. Eivina Miniute-Cobb noted that she has a San Diego shade in her rear yard and that installation was approved by the Ashley Park ARC in the past. It was noted that this approved shade is not visible from the street. Mr. Wasylowsky informed the board that there are few homes in the community where garbage cans are either mounted to the fence or sitting in front of the house. Management will address this matter and will send necessary violation notices. There were questions asked by several homeowners regarding furniture left at the front, landscaping that is missing or not maintained, abandoned cars at 22640 Sea Bass and why nothing has been done about these maintenance violations. Mr. Lindblom responded that periodic inspections are done and violation letters are sent to the homeowners. Mr. Bouras responded that violation letters were sent to the residents of 22640 Sea Bass regarding different maintenance violations. There were questions raised by the group of the Ashley Park homeowners regarding the ownership of this property. The board discussed this matter in length. Several homeowners complained about the residents of this property and numerous maintenance violations at this property claiming that management doesn’t enforce association rules. The Board members responded that every maintenance violation that is noticed during the monthly inspections and/or reported to management is being addressed. Association abilities are limited to sending violation notices and imposing fines. Mr. Lindblom made a motion to adjourn the Board Meeting at 7:40 pm. The motion was seconded by Mr. Wasylowsky and unanimously approved by the Board.