April 6, 2016

Members present:

Carol Ivey, President
Gary Moore, Director
George Chinakos, Director
Jon Bennett, Director
Director position # 5 Vacant

Also present


Regular meeting convened at 6:30 pm

Homeowner input, limited to 3 minutes each; total of 15 minutes of meeting time.

Homeowner attended to learn of details of storying jet skis and other recreational items in the front yard.Another homeowner reuested permission to set aside a section of the community fence and return it to original condition in order to bring in yard improvement materials.

NOTE:  Anonymous E-mail inquiries cannot be handled. Inquiries sent through reach all the Board members AND TMG. Homeowners should feel comfortable voicing their opinions directly to TMG by phone or mail.. Courteous requests preferred.

Reading of the Minutes
For previous meeting was waived.  The Minutes were accepted as submitted.



Total deposits February

 $       3,265.76

 $                            120,288.07

Checks in February


TMG Management Fee

 $     (2,173.50)


Carol Ivey - reimburse Pair networks pymt

 $           (65.00)


Pacific Landscape - Feb service

 $     (1,089.42)


TMG - copies etc.

 $         (195.75)


TMG - Late Fees etc

 $         (155.00)

2/20/16 Reserve Transfer

 $     (3,333.00)

 Bank Fee

 $                    -  

 $     (7,011.67)

Ending Balance per books (Acct 1110 &1110.1)

 $                            113,276.40

Reserve Account beg balance 1/31/16


 $                               63,173.79

Add:  Interest

 $                                         2.91

2/20/16 Reserve Transfer

 $                                 3,333.00

Balance 2/29/16

 $                               66,509.70

Riverview CD's

CD 1

 $                               50,500.15

CD 2

 $                               50,667.70

CD 3

 $                               50,373.16


Delinquency Report review:
Vial Fortherinham (hereafter referred to as VF) is given list of delinquencies to review for collection. Reports are provided to Board members each month for review. VF is not doing as good a job of pursuing creditors as in the past and Lynda will check in with them ask ask more activity.
Old Business:
Board approved Pacific proposal for moss spray for monuments and the Pocket Park for $162.60.


Property ownership for a strip of property opposite the city park on 182nd avenue at SE corner is being investigated.  The board agreed to credit homeowner one quarter assessment to provide water to the strip which was once or is part of the city park and the city does not irrigate anymore.

Board agrees it may be feasible to deed strip to the property owner to eliminate further issues of upkeep and clarity of property ownership. Next step is to determine the cost of the legal work.


New Business:

Executive Care to provide proposal for the replacement of the boards on the Pocket Park bench and hardware and paint the frame. Also another proposal for the remainder of the community fence around the city park and the Pocket Park for approval at the next meeting.

Insurance contract renewal was approved.

Reserve Study update per legal requirement was approved.



Ongoing needs and Ideas: to serve as a reminder of possible projects;

Paint Palate: Board is still considering developing a professional palate f paint colors to simplify ARC requests for both the Board and the homeowner.

Postcards commenting on exceptionally well kept yards.

Blog suggestion: Homeowner interest in developing a communication means via the internet to provide a way for homeowners to get acquainted and share ideas and issues.

WEB site addition; Homeowner comments on vendors they have used and how they felt about the quality of the work, maybe some helpful hints.  The Board would not be recommending them but it could save some homeowners’ time and effort in doing all the research to find a vendor who does a good job. 

FAQ’s on the WEB site.  For example, a homeowner was surprised that homeowners are responsible for the lifting sidewalks in front of their homes even though they belong to the city.  Homeowner suggested those who have signed up for e-mail notifications could get that information.  The city cites for sidewalks in dangerous condition.

Community fence: As volunteer time permits, homeowners will be notified to correct issues on their side of the community fence regarding rotting boards and fence pushing out onto sidewalk area due to soil, vegetation, and rocks being placed against it.

Signs handling: (put out, pick up, store) needs new volunteers.  We thank the one homeowner who is handling one of the signs.  Three more are needed to provide sign handling to meet requirements for public notice. ANY VOLUNTEERS?

Executive meeting: convened at 7:15.  Homeowners’ confidential requests regarding financials were discussed.
Regular meeting reconvened at 7:45. Decisions made part of meeting.

 Next meeting will be May 11, 2016, a Wednesday.

The meeting adjourned at 8:00 pm.