Greenwood Homeowner’s Association
General Meeting 5/17/12
I. Call to Order
Ø President, Dan Burnside, called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm
Ø Present: Anthony Stampone, Lindsay O’Connor, Mike Scopp, Paul Eckhardt, Hank Green, Jim Whiting
Ø Not in attendance: Becky Scopp
II. Minutes from the HOA Executive Meeting held on April 12, 2012 were reviewed and approved.
III. Treasure’s Report – Dan Burnside, President
a. Money Market account remains at approximately $20,000. Will continue to accrue interest.
b. Reviewed current budget expenses from January to May 2012.
IV. Old Business
a. Boar/RV Storage Lot
Ø 2 quotes were obtained for restoning the boat lot. Due to cost, discussion will be tabled for next meeting.
b. Entrance Lights
Ø New entrance lights were purchased and are ready to be installed. A date of May 31st at 5:30pm has been set for all available homeowners to meet at the entrance to help install lights.
Ø Continuing to be addressed by board. Experienced homeowners in web development are helping to reconstruct the website.
Ø Contract has been signed and treatments have been started in the community. They will continue throughout the summer, twice a month. Flyers were mailed to all Grreenwood homeowners for any treatments they may want for their individual yards. If anyone did not receive the mailing, please let Lindsay O’Connor know and one will be sent to you.
e. Park Signs / Crosswalk
Ø Dan Burnside contacted the county on adding additional signs stating, “Slow” or “Children at Play” to the existing Speed Limit posts around the park. The county will not accept or add any additional signs to the community. The best option we have is to add a sign to the tree line at the “Y” between N and S Narnia Drive. Tabled for next meeting.
f. Volleyball Net
Ø A new volleyball net was ordered and is ready to be hung up. The board will be hanging it up this week
V. New Business
a. Storm Water Management
Ø The county recently informed Greenwood that an agreement was made in 2001 for the community to maintain the pond/storm water area of debris, trees, trash, etc. The agreement states that trash has to be removed from the drainage areas and the shoreline must be clear of animal holes and brush. If anything blocks it or a tree falls down in that area, the county will charge us for clean up if we do not keep it maintained. Dan Burnside received an estimate from our landscape company of $1500.00 which will remove the trees along backside of pond, remove trees and brush at drainage culvert locations, 10 feet on each side, and chip the trees into stumps as close to ground as possible. Board looking to receive 1 more estimate and by next Friday, a decision will be made to move forward on the project.
Ø Dan Burnside also suggested looking into the Chesapeake Bay Foundation for any grants to help beautify and maintain the pond area after removing the necessary trees and brush. Dan Burnside will obtain more information for next meeting.
b. Purple Martin Houses
Ø It was suggested by a Greenwood resident to purchase some Purple Martin houses to place around the pond area to also help with bug and mosquito control. Homeowner will be getting an estimate before the next executive meeting.
VI. Next Executive Meeting – TBD by the board. Meeting adjourned at 8:10pm.
VII. Meeting was adjourned at 8:10pm.