ATTENDING: Brad Shepherd, Shon Allen, Bruce Lyman, Ann Moorehead and Lynne Williams
Excused: Stephanie Paller-Belgique and Jason Sweat
Meeting called to order at 6:34pm
1. The security cameras are installed at the front gate!!! YAY!! Over the years, we have had people sliding/running into the gate and it has been very expensive to repair it. No one claimed responsibility. Now, if it happens again, we will be able to know who did it and charge them for the repairs. The cameras will help keep our community safer because we can track who comes and goes. We certainly don’t want to infringe on peoples privacy but if there happens to be an incident, we now can identify who may have been involved. Thank you Bruce Lyman and Shon Allen for all the time you put into finding the perfect camera for our needs.
2. Rule infringement fee schedule:
The Board decided on a fee schedule for chronic rule breakers (ex: leaving garbage cans out for days after collection). People will first be given a written warning, if the infringement happens again they will be charged $50.00. If the rule is broken again, within a 12 month period, they will be charged $100.00 for each incident. This fee schedule will be added to the Rules on the website.
3. Broken fence:
We will try to get the landscapers to fix the fence in the Southwest corner of the community. Some slats are missing and need to be replaced.
4. Shared area:
One of our commercial neighbors has paid in full for their part of the shared expenses for the road and landscaping along 11620 S. Bruce and Shon will personally talk with the other neighbor about the payment and a couple other unresolved items.
Ann Moorehead discussed issues she is having with people not following our parking rules. Ann has done a wonderful job resolving several parking problems that residents are having. We continue to work with a few residents to help them understand that the rules are for everyone benefit and must be followed.
We recently had emergency vehicles come into the community to help with a resident in need. Draper’s newest vehicle is huge and probably would not have been able to fit down the road if people were parking on both sides of the street. PLEASE, parking is allowed on the sidewalk side ONLY for this very reason. It is up to the residents to inform your guests where to park. Let’s keep everyone safe by parking on the sidewalk side of the street.
2. Water Pro:
Water Pro has informed us that this summers supply of irrigation water could be very limited if we don’t get more precipitation. We get our water from Utah Lake and we hope we get much more snow/rain in the next couple of months so we don’t have to go into a drought situation.
Next meeting is set for Thursday, February 15th.