CHOA Board Meeting June 12, 2019 10:00 am

2019 June CHOA Monthly Meeting

Wednesday – 6/12/19 – 10:00 am

 

10:00 AM – Welcome and Call to Order

  • Note for guest: Please remember this is a board meeting, guest are not to interrupt unless asked to speak by the chairman. If you do have a concern, it is best to put your concern in writing prior to the board meeting so that the board will have time to thoughtfully consider your concern. – Thank You

**Minutes from May Meeting Approval –ALL

**Treasurer’s Report:  –Sandie Maki

10:15 AM – Old Business

  • Rec Hall C Kitchen Open House on June 15th – ALL
  • Final plans
  • Any repairs, etc that need to be done
  • All Online Forms – Website update – Jan
  • Info added to Landscape Form – per golf course
  • Painting update –Steve – Idea for next time
  • Process for informing for next painting – paint chips available, etc.
  • Speed of cars on Fairway –Robin’s report
  • Parking on Fairway –Robin’s report
  • Gutters – cleaning schedule – Steve to report on conversation with contractor

10:30 AM – New Business

  • Reserve Study
  • Additions to Rec Hall agreement? – Sent copies through email to board
  • Neighborhood Watch – getting the word out

11:30 AM – Open Forum

  • Questions from Resident Attendees
  • Questions from “Ask the Board”

 

*Executive Session (as needed) –* Need to vote to move to executive meeting

  • Painting issue – Executive session

** No need to approve by vote monthly minutes or treasurers report

4/29/19 Annual Meeting information for those who were not able to attend

New board members and positions:

Randy Hitz – Secretary

Doug Parker – Governance and Legal Committee (New Position)

Robin Shultz – Ad Hoc Committee Member

Randy Hitz

Doug Parker

Robin Shultz                                  

Click on each link to view a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation.  You will need to use your up and down arrows to view:

Update and Accomplishments for CHOA 2019 PDF format

Joe Brouilette – update on the golf course PDF format of Powerpoint

Jay Puppo – 2019/2020 CHOA Insurance (PDF Format)

Eric Hoem update on Emergency Preparedness (PDF Format)

Each of the question that brought up during our Open Forum were addressed at our board meeting on May 8th:

  • Concern about the speed of traffic on Fairway Dr and the safety of walkers especially
    • Many of the board members took the time to drive at different speeds on Fairway Dr and observe the speed limit in other parts of Charbonneau.  It was felt that the speed of 25 miles per hour was too fast for our small street, even though it is an accepted speed in Residential Areas.
    • Robin Shultz our new Ad Hoc member will work with Karen Lourie and the City of Wilsonville to solve the problem; hopefully new signage
  • Parking on the street and concern about the need for safety of emergency vehicles access
    • Robin Shultz and Steve Chinn will work with the City of Wilsonville to see if we can get more No Parking signs on our streets
  • The current gutter cleaning schedule, request to have it earlier.  Now scheduled for January and February
    • Steve Chinn will work with the contractor to see if we can move our one, per year, Gutter cleaning to November and December
  • Chimney’s in need of cleaning
    • Ron Reiter and Steve will do a drive through our neighborhoods to look at both Chimney’s and Roofs and then send letters to residents who need to clean the moss/mold from the External Chimney area or Roof area.  A suggested contract list will be provided with each letter.
    • External ascetic’s is important to maintain value of all our homes

 

 

Poker table/dining room table for Free

Large Poker table with a removal top that can be turned over to become a poker table

for Free

At the Rec Hall there is a Large wood table and 4 chairs that we would like to find a loving home for.

The table can be used as a dining room table or if you flip the top over it becomes a poker table.  Because the Rec Hall is a multi use area a large wood table that can not be folded up is not practical anymore.

We are willing to let the table go to a loving home for Free if someone is willing to come and take it.  You would need a pick up trunk and some strong lifters.

We need to get the table out of the Rec Hall (8298 SW Lafayette) by the end of Sunday 2/17.  Please contact Jan Landis at 503-550-7264.  Please leave a message and someone will get back to you.

January 9, 2019 CHOA Board Meeting Agenda

2019 January CHOA Monthly Meeting

Rec Hall C – 8298 SW Lafayette

Wednesday – 1/9/19 – 10:00 am

 

10:00 AM – Welcome and Call to Order

**Minutes from October Meeting Approval –ALL

**Treasurer’s Report:  –Sandie Maki

10:15 AM – Old Business

  • Rec Hall C Kitchen update – Steve
    • Schedule report
  • Revision of the Information Directory – Karen/Sandie/Janet
  • Lights on the outside of the Rec Hall Complaint
  • January Holiday Party – planning

10:30 AM – New Business

  • Future Bathroom repairs
    • Rec Hall Bathroom Door
    • Tile – take care of Mold
  • Gutters and Barkdust update – Barry

2020 Golf course discussion

  • Latest from Joe Bruyet- Jan

11:30 AM – Open Forum

  • Questions from Resident Attendees
  • Questions from “Ask the Board”

 

*Executive Session (as needed) –* Need to vote to move to executive meeting

** No need to approve by vote monthly minutes or treasurers report

Come and Welcome New Neighbors

We’re having a

“MEET and GREET”

for Our new 2018 CHOA Neighbors

 

Please join us for cookies, coffee & cider

 

 

WHEN: Sunday – October 7, 2018 

2:00pm – 4:00pm All new residents

3:00pm – 4:00pm All CHOA residents

WHERE: CHOA Rec Hall “C”8298 SW Lafayette Way

 

 

Future Kitchen at the Rec Hall – Let us know what you think

The board has been investigating the costs and possibility of having a Kitchen at the Rec Hall on Lafayette St.  We now have a drawing (draft) and have some estimated costs that match our budget and feel it is a plausible endeavor

Now that we have more information, we wanted to inform our residents to make sure that a kitchen is something that would be of value to all and to capture any additional ideas.

Because our master cabinet maker, who did the drawings, is leaving in October, we need to get a final OK back to him soon, so any feedback needs to be given in the next week or two.

On  September 20th, Thursday afternoon at 2:00pm, we are having an informal meeting at the Rec Hall to discuss the Kitchen.  We will have the drawings there to view.

If you are interested in seeing the drawings or just would like to be part of the discussion, please let us know so that we can plan on your attendance

There is an Alligator in my pool (and now ants)

The Ducks have decided that some of our pools are new ponds for them to play in.  Ducks are fun, except when they leave reminders of their visit.

To help keep the pools clean of “debris” we  recently purchased an Articulating Alligator to see if this device would discourage the ducks.  The pool we chose to trial the alligator in was F&G pool.  Unfortunately, the Alligator was viewed as a toy and ended up in pieces in the surrounding yard.

Karen Siegel was able to reassemble the Alligator so that we can continue to use it.

Please if you see the Alligator in your pool, it is not a toy.

I know that for some the Alligator can be a temptation.  If you need to, you can remove the Alligator device while you are in the pool.  Ducks don’t usually land when people are present.  Just remember to put the Alligator back in before you leave.

 

Thanks for your help.

While we’re on the subject of keeping our pools clean………

Remember, there is no eating in the pool area.

We do have a service that helps keep our pools clean and usable.  That said, food debris attracts ants and other wildlife.  In addition to the regular pool cleaning service paid for out of your HOA dues, treatment for ants is an extra cost that should not be needed if food is only consumed in areas outside of the pool.

 

 

Aquacise – Summer Wednesdays

Try out the Summer Aquacise Class

Wednesday june 20th

10:30-11:30 (morning only this day)

Charbonneau heated saltwater pool, 8298 lafayette way

Come join us! it will be a “pay what you want “ donation class since its not part of our regular summer session. All are welcome, bring a friend!

 

Jules Official Summer Aquacise class will start  on Wednesday, July 18th

10:30 am to 11:30 am or

5:45 pm to 6:45 pm

Come cool off and get fit at the same time

8 Wednesdays – July 18 – Sept 5th:

Lafayette Pool next to the Rec Hall

$60 for 8 week session

Drop ins $10

 

In addition Jules will still continue an indoor Pilates class on Mondays

Pilates with Jules (July 16th – Sept 3rd )

Mondays only

Mondays NO FRIDAYS (and Fridays) 10:30-11:30am at the Rec Hall on Lafayette.

8 week session – $60

Drop in $10

When will the Pools open

You may have noticed that the Pool furniture is out and the pool cover has been removed.

Per the Pool committee: Currently the Pools are being cleaned and will be ready and open on May 26th. Please have a great Memorial Weekend and enjoy your pool as you celebrate the start of the season

Pilates with Jules schedule change for Summer

Pilates with Jules (July 16th – Sept 3rd )

Mondays only

Mondays 10:30-11:30am at the Rec Hall on Lafayette.

8 week session – $60

Drop in $10