San Vicente Homeowners Board Meeting Minutes
October 8, 2020
Bob called the Meeting to order at 7:00
Pledge of allegiance
Officers Present: Bob Mann, Tony Jimenez, Cheryl Mrachek
Board Members Present: Lilith Imbrogno, Ellen Duke, Dick Mires, Don Webb
Board Members Absent: Carolyn Howe, Cindy Enderby
The minutes from the September 10th meeting. Motion to approve by Lilith, seconded by Tony and approved by the board.
Guests: 10 guests were in attendance.
Treasurers Report: None
Social Committee Report: Luau dinner on September 26th was a big success. 40 people with four dinners to-go. As a surprise all dinners were fully refunded. October 24th is the next event. Fiesta dinner. Tacos, rice and beans, salad, salsa and chips. Beer, wine and soda included. Residents $12, Guests $15. Cutoff date to have your money in is October 17th.
DPG Report: None
GSMOL Report: No meeting this month
New Business: A resident inquired if the benches around the park could be replaced. The only decent one is the one Ed Aasted takes care of. In addition, Ed Aasted donated a new sound system/microphone to the Social Committee. (Thank you Ed for all you and Linda do for the Park)
Gopher problems continue… install owl boxes?
Mail Boxes need painting. Is the water project done? Can the street be reopened? Pool area? Cement was recently poured but residents are feeling things are way behind with many Board members being approached with the dissatisfaction felt by many residents. Lack of onsite manager brought up. Residents are very upset with the answer that mostly county’s fault. Lack on entry to the Clubhouse is particularly hard on residents with walkers or heavy loads. Question is can the front at least be done quickly so all can gain easy access to the Clubhouse again. An added plus would be Cristina could get out of the cave and terrible working conditions downstairs.
Problems not addressed in a timely manner: Where are the new street signs? Were supposed to be done by now. The Board noted the new No Parking signs which warn that your vehicle could be towed. Question was when? It is thought that 3 warnings (all kept track of at the Office with pictures taken by Security which automatically has a date stamp on it) After 3 notices your vehicle WILL be towed. Continuing and ongoing problems with the Clubhouse not being unlocked during stated hours 7 days a week from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm! One resident called the “Emergency number” twice and no one picked up (??) and then Frank was called twice and no one picked up so resident crawled through a window to gain access a little after 8:00 am on a Saturday. There is no way a resident with a problem and doesn’t want a Work Order can address it. Again, no onsite manager. Back entrance on Cathedral Oaks is looking very shabby. Just a slow walk down the street would show lots of dead, dying bushes, lots of weeds and sprinkler that apparently doesn’t work very well. Where is the new map at the front and the back one refinished? Is the bright blue house color truly approved? The committee thought that it was in the rules that it should be in earth tone shades? What happened to the white rockers on the upper deck? Can someone pay better attention to Flag protocol as to when the flag should fly at half-mast at the correct times? It is lowered many times days late and many times left down for too many days. Disrespectful.
On the plus side the TV in the dining room was replaced very quickly after the Office was told about it. Great response.
Speeding is still a problem……………..SLOW DOWN
The next HOA meeting will be on November 12, 2020 at 7:00 pm
Thank you for supporting your HOA
Motion to adjourn meeting by Bob, seconded by Tony. Adjourned at 7:55