Storage Bin Proposal
Mr. McPherson has not heard back from the lawyer regarding this policy.
1716 Wilson Blvd. Developer
Mr. Cahill reported on a meeting he attended with the developers of 1716 Wilson. The plan is to create aprofessional building with medical offices and some retail at street level, the plan calls for a lot of parkingand the developers are aware of the county and neighborhood issues. Mr. Cahill does not believe that thisdevelopment will have an impact on CVII and that the owner (a local Dr.) will be a good neighbor.
Due Process Dispute Resolution Procedures
Mr. McPherson presented the Board with the revised Due Process procedure that now includes theBoard’s language recommendations; Mr. McPherson recommended that the Board adopt the procedure.Motion by Mr. Cahill to accept the Resolution on Due Process Procedure as written; Second by Mr.Bostwick, For: all.
DEC has submitted their contract renewal to management that covers the period from 8/1/07 to 7/31/08;the only change is that they have increased the contract by about $20 per month. The Board agreed theyare happy with the service and would like to renew the contract. Motion by Mr. Cahill to accept the DECContract Renewal as written; Second by Mr. Surbey; For: all.
Bartlett Tree Contractor
Bartlett has submitted a proposal for fertilization, integrated pest management and general treemaintenance for $5400, Mr. McPherson thinks the Board should accept the proposal since Bartlett is agood company who understands trees, they are not just landscapers. Motion by Mr. Surbey to accept theproposal as written; Second by Mr. Cahill; For: All.
Verizon—Copper Phone Wires & Fiber Optic Network Issues
With the impending Verizon fiber optic installation, Mr. McPherson would like the Board to address theissue of the association’s responsibility for providing/maintaining phone lines via the existing copperwire. Mr. McPherson has already dealt with a number of owners who are having trouble receiving asignal. It is virtually impossible to repair the existing wires and it is unlikely that Verizon will maintainthose lines once the fiber optics is installed. Mr. McPherson’s feeling is that it is the associations’responsibility to make sure that there is signal to the building, but that all interior wiring is theresponsibility of the owner. CVI has requested a letter of opinion on this matter from the associationattorneys and Mr. McPherson has offered to share this letter with CVII to clarify the legal responsibilities.The discussion was tabled until the Board has more information. It was decided that once the Boardreceives the Verizon installation proposal (which Mr. McPherson expects to have by next month) theywill make sure that the existing copper phone wiring is not destroyed.
The 2005-2006 Audit is due in about 3 weeks and Mr. McPherson would like to Board to give Mr.Surbey, in his capacity as treasurer, the authority to sign on behalf of the CVII President. Mr. Bostwick asked Mr. Surbey if he was comfortable with that. Mr. Surbey said that he was. Motion by Mr. Bostwick that Mr. Surbey and Mr. McPherson review the audit statement in a timely fashion; Second by Mr. Cahill;For: All.