Red Rock Ranch Homeowners Association Monthly Meeting
12 October 2020
NOTE: The board meeting was held via Zoom.
Presiding: President Beth Lonnquist
The meeting was called to order by President Beth Lonnquist at 1900.
Jeff Wilkins: Urgent request for car port buildout. Electronically approved on 9/28/20.
April and Sean Reish.: New roof, stucco, siding, stone exterior and paving the driveway. Motion to approve was made by Julia Pheteplace and seconded by Kevin Guy. Passed by the Board.
Shannon Kittelson’s neighbor, Jason and Megan Z., called her to ask about the maximum size allowed in the Covenant for detached garage/shop. As it stands, no size limitation exists in the Covenant. Only restriction on detached out-building is that each property can have a maximum of 2 detached out-building.
Minutes of the 14 September 2020 meeting was approved electronically.
Treasurer’s Report: The current bank balance is $26,129.78.
Bank Interest $0.90
Total contributions for 2020 $10,655.00
Contributors above $75 44
Total ACC fees to date $1,212.00
Total Exceptional 2020 Expenses:
Net Firewise Contribution $1,133.50
Legal Expenses to Date None
Insurance Expenses to date $141.00
Treasurer’s Report approved after a motion to accept by Paul Tillotson and a second by Kevin Guy. Passed by the board.
Upcoming expenses: $1,800.00 for State Farm. We have insurance policies to renew for 2020/2021 year, still trying to acquire Directors and Officers insurance (expires 11/16/2020) and Workman's Comprehensive (expires 3/2021) policy for volunteers. General Liability is offered by State Farm (expires 11/16/2020)
Firewise: Julia Pheteplace reported that no more meetings till February 2021. Tri-lakes fire department has been helping a lot without charging the HOA. According to Bill Griffith, we have ~$1,300 for Firewise in 2021.
Kevin Guy opened the new business discussion with the ongoing Forest View Water District’s water rationing. The water tank at the tennis court for folks to fill up is being paid for by the water district.
Beth Lonnquist reminded everyone regarding the water restrictions until 11/1/20 due to the pump replacement activity by the water district.
Julia Pheteplace indicated that there are two long term campers at the Mt. Herman trailhead. Need to notify the park ranger.
Beth Lonnquist re-iterated the difficulty in acquiring insurance for the HOA. For the D&O policy, the insurance underwriters require no lawsuit filed for 5 years before they can write a new policy. The last litigation was filed almost 4 years ago. Beth Lonnquist will seek advice from CONO regarding the D&O policy.
Bill Griffith will provide an interim annual report for insurance applications.
The next regularly scheduled meeting will be at 1900 on Monday, 9 November via Zoom meeting due to the ongoing COVID situation.
Motion to adjourn the meeting by Mark Fears. Second by Kevin Guy. Passed by the board.
Board Member/Secretary, RRRHOA