The Fair Lakes Crossing Home (FLC) Owners Association (HOA) Board of Directors (BoD) convened a regularly scheduled meeting via Zoom videoconference beginning at 7:05 PM on 9 March 2022.  The meeting and instructions for attending were posted on the HOA website calendar.   

Attendance:  3 of the 5 members of the FLC HOA Board were present: Kevin Nawroth (Treasurer), Clarence Hunter, and Pete Mattes. 

The agenda for the meeting only included one topic, an initial discussion of implementation of all or part of the Reserve Study completed by the PM+ company.  Other topics were brought up for discussion at the meeting

Board Action:

  1. FLC HOA Reserve Study:   The BoDmembers attending discussed initial thoughts on the report and some of the choices that the study presents to the FLC HOA over the next 5-10 years.  The Reserve Study proposes improvement/maintenance plans for the HOA properties within FLC to include some road surfaces, the tot lot, and other common areas.  The BoD decided to continue to review the study and seek advice on implementation from Capital Management Company (CMC).  Mr. Mattes will contact CMC and the Board will consider implementation of the study at the April BoD meeting (No Action Taken).
  2. Neighborhood Appearance Updates: Mr. Mattes reported that he had worked with CMC on generation of a reminder note on homeowner responsibilities for the HOA and on replacing the lock on the HOA announcement board located at Northbourne and Marshall Crown.  Mr. Mattes reported that a responsibility reminder is being sent via mail this week by CMC and that the lock on the announcement board is replaced.
  3. Landscaping Contract Renewal:  The BoD members present discussed the renewal of the Landscaping Contract.  Mr. Hunter discussed the good work done by the new contractor last summer.  The BoD members present then took a vote and voted unanimously to endorse using the same contractor again this summer.  Mr. Nawroth contacted CMC to indicate the BoD’s approval of renewing the current contractor and asking CMC to initiate the process to do so.
  4. The BoD members decided that two items must be on the agenda for the April meeting.  First, a further discussion on getting the Reserve Study findings considered for implementation and second, initiation of the election process to replace Board members whose terms are extended due to the pandemic.  Mr. Hunter will contact CMC to seek their support on conducting elections for the HOA.  Both topics will be on the April agenda.
  5. With no further business proposed, the BoD members moved to adjourn the meeting.  The BoD adjourned at 7:30 PM.  The next BoD meeting will be on 13 April.  The BoD discussed having a meeting in person on that date.  Whether in person or by Zoom, the meeting will be announced to the community to allow participation by any interested homeowners.