ASHLEY PARK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
BOARD MEETING MINUTES
MARCH 14 2018
Board Members Present: Vince Maida, Daniel Lindblom, Jeff Wasylowsky & Michael
Board Members Absent: Gloria O’Connor
Also Present: Paul Valyo & Jim Bouras, Community
Management & Construction, Inc.
President Vince Maida stated there is a quorum of Board Members present and opened the
March 14, 2018 Board Meeting at 7:00 pm.
MINUTES – The Board reviewed the Minutes from the February 15, 2018 Board Meeting. Mr.
McKay made a motion to approve the Minutes from the February 15, 2018 Board Meeting as
written. Mr. Lindblom seconded this motion and it was unanimously approved by the Board.
FINANCIAL - The Board reviewed the March 7, 2018 Delinquency Report. Several delinquent
accounts were discussed.
#108 – Making payments.
#168 – Association lien has been recorded, management will monitor this account.
#185 – Copy of the association foreclosure lawsuit was sent. There has been no response.
Management will monitor this account.
The Board then reviewed the February 2018 Balance Sheet and Income and Expense Report. Mr.
Valyo stated the Association is in good and stable financial condition.
GARAGE SALE DISCUSSION – The Board Members approved scheduling a community
garage sale on Saturday, April 7, 2018. Management was instructed to prepare and place signs
and to place an advertisement in the local newspaper on Friday and Saturday – 6th & 7th of
ONE (1) SPEED HUMP APPROVAL COUNTY – Mr. Bouras informed the Board that Palm
Beach County agreed to install one (1) speed hump on Sea Blue Trail. Mr. Maida made a motion
to approve installation of the speed hump on Sea Blue Trail. Mr. Wasylowsky seconded this
motion and it was unanimously approved by the board.
CONTRACT DEPUTY FEES INCREASE – Mr. Valyo informed the Board that the Palm
Beach County Sheriff’s Office contract deputy fees increase is being reconsidered by the
PBCSO. Instead of $80.00 per hour as originally reported, it will only increase from $46.00 to
$50.00 per hour. The Board discussed private security patrol in Ashley Park and decided to
obtain proposals from private security companies. Management was instructed to e-mail these
security company proposals to the Board Members for review prior to the next Board Meeting.
PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT CONDITION – Mr. Bouras informed the Board that the Ashley
Park playground is in poor condition and requires attention. Some pieces of the equipment are
not safe to use anymore and must be replaced or at least removed. The Board Members discussed
this matter. Management was instructed to prepare estimates for playground repair/replacement
and to e-mail these proposals to the Board Members for review prior to the next Board Meeting.
LEASE INFORMATION UPDATE – Mr. Valyo presented a Lease Information update for
Board Member review.
WEBSITE – Mr. Bouras confirmed that Diane Esola is willing to be the person in charge of the
Ashley Park Web Site updates. The Board Members discussed different ways how to optimize
the usage of the Community Web Site and how to keep it up to date most effectively.
OLD BUSINESS AND NEW BUSINESS – Daniel Caner from 22584 Blue Fin Trail addressed
the Board regarding a $1,000 maintenance violation fine on his account and asked the Board to
remove this fine. The Board Members discussed this matter and agreed to allow 30 days for all
maintenance violations to be corrected. The Board will review this property again at the next
Board Meeting in April and will make a decision regarding removal or reducing the fines.
Mr. Maida made a motion to adjourn the Board Meeting at 7:51 pm. The motion was seconded
by Mr. Wasylowsky and unanimously approved by the Board.