ASHLEY PARK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
BOARD MEETING MINUTES
SEPTEMBER 12, 2018
Board Members Present: Vince Maida, Daniel Lindblom, Jeff Wasylowsky, Gloria O’Connor & Michael McKay
Board Members Absent: None
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 September 12, 2018 Board Meeting at 7:00 pm.
MINUTES– The Board reviewed the Minutes from the August 8, 2018 Board Meeting. Mr. McKay made a motion to approve the Minutes from the August 8, 2018 Board Meeting as written. Mr. Lindblom seconded this motion and it was unanimously approved by the Board.
FINANCIAL- The Board reviewed the September 6, 2018 Delinquency Report. Several delinquent accounts were discussed.
#25 – Property is in mortgage foreclosure
#108 – Making payments as agreed - $150 per month plus regular quarterly payments.
#180 – Small delinquency amount. Association claim of lien has been recorded.
The Board then reviewed the July 2018 Balance Sheet and Income and Expense Report. Mr. Valyo stated the Association is in good and stable financial condition and expenses are under budget through July.
SEA BLUE TRAIL SPEED HUMP– Boca Winds Board President Mr. Pontrelli addressed the Board on behalf of the Boca Winds Water’s Edge Neighborhood and presented the Ashley Park Board with a few traffic calming alternatives that could possibly be effective in slowing down speeding vehicles on Sea Blue Trail rather than the proposed speed hump. Mr. Bouras informed the Board Members that the Boca Winds Board instructed management to contact Palm Beach County with a request to postpone the speed hump installation on Sea Blue Trail for 60 days until the Ashley Park and Boca Winds Boards review speed hump alternatives. Mr. Bouras invited Ashley Park representatives to attend a conference call with Palm Beach County Engineering Traffic Division to discuss the installation of the speed hump or other alternatives that may lessen the vehicle speeding on Sea Blue Trail. The Board Members discussed this matter and confirmed that the Ashley Park Board is desiring the installation of speed hump and is not in favor of any other alternatives.
Mr. Wasylowsky made a motion to confirm that the Ashley Park Board is still in favor of the installation of a speed hump on Sea Blue Trail. Mr. McKay seconded this motion and it was unanimously approved by the Board.
The Board Members agreed that there is no need for a conference call with Palm Beach County Traffic Division since Ashley Park is still desiring the speed hump over any alternative measure.
LEASE INFORMATION UPDATE– Nothing new to discuss.
WEBSITE– Mr. Lindblom informed the Board that new Ashley Park Website is now active. Management was instructed to provide March, April, May, June and August 2018 Board Meeting Minutes to Daniel Lindblom to be posted on the Website. Management was instructed also to provide approved Minutes after each Board Meeting. Management was instructed to post 2 signs at the Ashley Park entrances to announce the new Ashley Park Website and its address.
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE– Mr. Bouras introduced Robert Wagner and Irina Marcarelli – Capital Improvement Committee Members. The Board Members discussed funding of the Capital Improvement Committee projects and possibly creating a Capital Improvement line item in the 2019 Budget. It was decided to post an invitation for Committee volunteers on the Ashley Park Website.
OLD BUSINESS AND NEW BUSINESS
2019 BUDGET PREPARATION DISCUSSION – Mr. Valyo presented a first draft of the proposed 2019 Estimated Operating Budget. The Board Members will review and analyze the 2019 Budget furnished and will discuss the Budget at the November Board Meeting.
ESTABLISH FINING COMMITTEE– Mr. Lindblom made a motion to approve a Fining Committee and its Members: Robert Wagner, Irina Marcarelli and Roberto Petris. Mr. Wasylowsky seconded this motion and it was unanimously approved by the Board.
Stacy Puleo, the owner of 22448 Tuna Place addressed the Board regarding a violation letter she received requiring landscaping to be installed in her front yard plant bed where there are no plants or shrubs. Stacy informed the Board that this is the way she purchased this property and she does not feel it is necessary to install any landscaping. The Board Members discussed this matter and agreed to continue this discussion at the next Board Meeting. It was decided to place a hold on this violation until the Board reaches a decision regarding this matter.
Mr. Lindblom made a motion to adjourn the Board Meeting at 8:25pm. The motion was seconded by Mr. McKay and unanimously approved by the Board.
Minutes Accepted By:
Michael McKay, Secretary Date