Board Meeting Minutes March 1, 2018

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HOLLY LAKE ASSOCIATION, INC.
BOARD MEETING MINUTES
Thursday, March 1, 2018

PRESENT

Terry Moody, President
Anthony Migliori, Vice President
Tammy Wyant, Treasurer
Trisha Cogan, Recording Secretary
*Maricarmen Bandin, Corresponding Secretary

ABSENT

None

ALSO PRESENT:

Kathryn Sajdak, LCAM – General Manager, NextGen Management, LLC

The Board Meeting was called to order at 7:06 p.m. at the Clubhouse.

A motion by Trisha Cogan to waive the reading and approve the minutes of the February 1, 2018 Board Meeting and Membership Meeting was seconded by Tammy Wyant and carried unanimously.

The Treasury Report was read by Tammy Wyant, Treasurer.

* Maricarmen Bandin arrived at 7:08pm.

Report of Officers: Terry Moody reported that Pembroke Pines Police details are on duty and working. Tammy Wyant reported that the Clubhouse and Family Pool Bathrooms are under repairs.

Report of Committees: Bruce Michener, Landscape Committee Member reported that a tree stump on 215th needs to be ground, he requests an increase in irrigation and inquired about tree limbs interfering with the chain link by the baseball field.

Reports of Unfinished Business:

A motion by Trisha Cogen to accept a $5,948.82 proposal from EMagine to repair the camera systems at the Clubhouse and Family Pool areas was seconded by Tammy Wyant and carried unanimously.

New Business:

A motion by Trisha Cogen to approve the draft of the Corporate Resolution regarding screening of occupants to be presented to the community and the Board for formal approval at the next meeting was seconded by Tammy Wyant and carried unanimously.

A motion Anthony Migliori to post signs and enforce parking regulations to prohibit overnight parking in common areas by directing the Parking Enforcement Vendor, Eagle Eye to first sticker offenders with a 24-hour warning before towing them away was seconded by Trisha Cogen and carried unanimously.

A motion by Trisha Cogen to ratify an emergency approval to replace the pool pump for the clubhouse pool totaling $1,378.00 by Mike O’Brien Pools was seconded by Terry Moody and carried unanimously.

A motion by Trisha Cogen to direct Management to get the cost of replacing the fencing around the family pool back to its original position as approved by the City and to move the volley ball posts to a different location was seconded by Terry Moody and carried unanimously.

The Board directed Management to open the Clubhouse Pool and Clubhouse Pool Bathrooms for regular use as soon as possible.

With no further business to discuss Terry Moddy adjourned the meeting at 7:57 p.m.

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