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 The monthly HOA meeting is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. the third Monday of each month in the community room of the Air Evac Building at 1001 Boardwalk Springs Drive. The meetings are open to the public.  The next meeting is scheduled for September 15, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.

 Winghaven Residential Owners Association Board of Directors Meeting – July 21, 2014

The Winghaven Residential Owners Association Board of Directors Meeting was held on Monday, July 21, 2014 at the Boardwalk Corporate Center in the McEagle Community Room. In attendance were Directors Ray Larson, Michael Wilcher, Carol Cross, Dave Pieroni and Yvonne Wilson, also present were Barbara Murray and Ingrid Schaeffer of CMA. Directors Vosnidou and James sent emails to be excused.

Executive Session

The Board of Directors meeting began with the Executive session being called to order by President Larson at 6:00 p.m. A motion was made by Director Wilcher to adjourn Executive session and seconded by Director Cross at 6:28 p.m. It was approved by all.

Regular Meeting

President Larson opened the regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. One resident and two committee chairmen were in attendance.

Agenda – a motion was made by Director Cross to accept the agenda with the addition of the Ash Tree disease under New Business. It was seconded by Director Wilcher. All were in favor.

Meeting Minutes – the minutes for the June 16, 2014 meeting were approved. A motion to accept the minutes was made by Director Wilcher and seconded by Director Wilson. All were in favor.

Treasurer’s Report – Director Wilcher presented an overall view of the budget. There were no major questions regarding the report.

Committee Reports
Architecture – the report was presented by Chairman Ken Albridge. There were 5 request….4 were approved and 1 denied.

Beautification – Chairman Dale Kling reviewed the emails that he had sent to the Board members. The power washing/cleaning of twenty one monuments was completed for a total cost of $1680. Tier 1 and Tier 2 plantings begin in 32 working days.

Communications – no report
Compliance – President Larson reported that he has not yet meet with CMA to discuss software access to the WROA website.

Events/Parks & Gardens – the committee organizing all the events for the year 2014 will have money in their budgeted account to continue to fund the rest of the season. A motion was made by Director Cross to have CMA put the budgeted amount of $10,000 into the Chautauqua account (129). This will be added to the present balance of $4492 and will enable future events to be funded from that account. The motion was seconded by Director Pierone. All were in favor.

Grounds – bids from two other ground companies to perform work being done throughout Winghaven, still needs to be obtained. They will be given the same information on the work that Runyon is presently doing. Director Pieroni volunteered to take over the task from Director James.

Master Association – watch for political signs appearing and remove them if they are on common ground. If the sign is on resident’s property, then notify CMA and a letter will be sent to homeowners to remove or be fined. Primerose School (new day care) at Winghaven Blvd and Phoenix Pkwy will be allowed to keep their sign up for 30 days.

New Business
Alley Repairs – Director Wilcher will look into repairing all alley’s this year and sealing next year and give information to CMA. Ford Asphalt was contacted for an estimate to repair large hole in alley (behind individual homes on Roll Thunder). It was agreed by all Board members to accept the bid and have the work done.

Park & Gardens – there has been vandalism related to the electrical box that controls the water for the gardens….it has been taken care of at this time.

Procedure for Board Meetings – dropped at present time but it was requested that the Agenda be sent out at least two days in advance to allow Directors to add items if needed.

Ash Tree Disease – Ash trees in Winghaven are dying or will die. Director Pieroni gave CMA info on treating the disease problem. If done by individual homeowner it will only cost around $20/tree. Information will be put on WROA web site.

New Director – Dave Pieroni and Dave Casten notified CMA of their interest in filling the open position left by the resignation of Sarah Tipton the end of April. On July 1, 2014, a special meeting was held to interview and appoint the successor to fill her term. Present at the meeting were Directors Ray Larson, Carol Cross, Daniel James, Nancy Vosnidou, Michael Wilcher and Yvonne Wilson. Both Dave Casten and Dave Pieroni were interviewed by the Board members. After they left, a vote was taken and Dave Pieroni was elected.

Q &A

The concern of the resident attending our meeting was the negativity of some Board members. He had attended our last meeting and was surprised at the hostility that occurred then.page2image23048

Old Business

Garden/Planting Boxes – Ken Albridge, Chairman of the Architectural Committee, will present a proposal to the Board with a description of boxes not attached to dwellings (size, fencing, approval requirements, etc.).

Board Meetings – the regular meeting time will change from 6:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. It will begin with the regular board meeting (which residents are able to attend) and end after the residents Question and Answer session is complete. The Executive session will follow the regular meeting to give the Board ample time to handle any important issues.

Sub-Associations – the WROA Board will try and set up a meeting with the sub- associations in Winghaven during the month of September to talk about Compliance issues and see what can be done to make this a positive issue with all residents.


A motion was made by Director Cross and seconded by Director Wilson to adjourn the meeting. Motion passed unanimously. The meeting was adjourned at 8:21 p.m.


Respectfully submitted, Yvonne Wilson
Board Secretary

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