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Annual Meeting 2016 - Recap
Posted on Sep 23rd, 2016
The Board of Directors and approximately 175 residents enjoyed a very productive and informative Annual Meeting last night at Rockwall / Heath High School. Highlights were: 

1. Rhonda Wright gave a Treasurer’s Report showing the HOA to be in very good financial shape. A year-to-date Balance Sheet & Income Statement was in the packets handed out at the door. If you missed the meeting, we have extra copies available at the HOA office. 

2. Russ Martin gave the President’s Report recapping the past year’s events. He and Teresa covered an upcoming compliance crackdown on a number of things such as commercial vehicles parked at residences overnight and vehicles with signage. Beginning November 1st, offenders will be ticketed. Other compliance issues discussed were: leaning fences, unstained fences, tall grass, dead trees, shrubs, and pet violations. 

3. Survey results were discussed, but only 204 people responded. All results will soon be posted online. 

4. Russ gave a current status of the 501 Yacht Club (Allure) purchase. Under contract, currently in escrow, negotiating loan with bank, Closing possibly in mid October. 

5. The formation of six committees for the purpose of managing the acquisition of 501 was announced. These committees are: 
A. Building Use Committee 
B. Tennis Committee 
C. Pool Committee 
D. Building Repair Committee 
E. Landscape and Grounds Committee 
F. Fund-raising and Gifting Committee 
(* Volunteers can apply at the HOA office) 

6. Residents can expect a 10% assessment increase in 2017. That’s less than $11.00 per month. HOA has only imposed an increase twice in the last 10 years. (2012 and 2015) 

7. Mike Reid gave a detailed presentation on the repair status of the main building. He divided it up into “immediate” and “deferred” categories. He also gave a brief, but not firm, time line for these repairs. 

8. Dave Mallard gave a lengthy talk on the future of the building. His topics included: 
A. Purchase price ($1,876.900). 
B. The loan 
C. Restaurant search 
D. Venues (weddings, etc) 
E. The relationship with CL Tennis. 
F. The pool 

9. Russ Martin and Scott Self announced a Gifting/Naming fund-raising plan and described how it would work. 

10. It was announced that the HOA would sponsor a “Deck Party” at the Club shortly after closing to celebrate possession of the newly acquired property. 

11. Election results were announced with Mark Elliston being re-elected and Sandy Perry elected for her first term. 

Meeting was adjourned. A short Board Meeting followed so that the Directors could elect their officers. Officer positions remained the same. (Russ Martin was re-named as President)

~ Upcoming Events ~
Saturday, October 29th
Call for Volunteers 
Saturday Oct 29th, 8:00 am till Noon
The 501 Landscape Committee is calling for volunteers to help remove the trimmed branches/brush from shrubs and bushes that have become badly overgrown at the 501 property. The CLCA Maintenance crew has already begun the cutting process. Volunteers will be asked to drag branches from the cutting locations to a collection point in the main parking lot. This community effort should make a big and immediate difference in the overall appearance of the 8.8 acres. Please help out your community! This is also a perfect way for kids to earn community service credit. 
Your time and assistance would be greatly appreciated!

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