July 9, 2019
EL RANCHO FLORIDA HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
A Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors for the El Rancho Florida HOA, Inc. was held on July 9, 2019 at 6:00 PM at 280 Sundance Circle. Present for the meeting were:
Rex Emenegger – President
Pete Diethrich – Treasurer
Wendy Ludgewait – Secretary
Paul Valdez – Director
Marsha Moreland was also in attendance.
The minutes of June 11, 2019, – Regular meeting was approved
- Accounts Receivable – $7,440.32 (Dues = $5040; Ditch = $1630 and Lat.’D’ = $1546.52)
- Accounts Payable – $1,500
- Report on digitization – Nothing to report.
- AlignTec Internet – Metro District is working on it. Pete will contact Randy Black, 41 Ridge Place regarding the placement of a tower on his personal property. This would eliminate the red tape necessary in utilizing the Metro site.
- New Owners:
Loyd Lamkin – 926 Sundance Circle – bought from Mitchell
Miguel Medina & Meredith Breeden – 60 Oxford Place – Bought from Lovett
Edwin & Jennifer Dvorak 988 Ranchos Florida Drive – bought from Winch
- For Sale: Carlson – 120 Sundance Circle
Grubis – 94 Pioneer Place
- Teri Roberts emailed the Board about her concern for the welfare of the dogs at the kennel that Sherry Nunes & Curtis Ezel have at 91 Pioneer Circle. The renters were told not to enlarge their operation by the Board. Marsha will send the letter certified to Dave Furnas at their Tennessee address. It was previously emailed to the owners – Furnas and the renters. There have been NO formal written complaints filed with the Board of Directors regarding the kennel operation…
- Moto cross track at 251 Pioneer Circle – The board sent a letter to the Perkins in response to one written complaint regarding the potential noise generated by the use of the track. The issue will be reviewed at the Annual meeting in February of next year.
IRRIGATION: Eric Sibelius was not available to give a monthly report as the Irrigation Superintendent of the HOA.
Paul Valdez, Ditch Rider for Pioneer Ditch, stated that the Florida River is flowing at 600-1000 cfs and that the adjudicated water could last all summer. The subdivision is finally getting its full allocation of 3.87 cfs of water. The insufficient delivery of water was due to the lack of maintenance to the ditch above our subdivision. He stated that all properties along the Pioneer Ditch within the subdivision need to be routinely cleaned.
There being no further business the meeting adjourned at 7:05 pm.
Wendy Ludgewait, Secretary