MONTPELIER COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC.

Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes
Deerfield Community Center
January 13, 2015
Trustees in Attendance: Paul Buehler, Bob Derrick, Patricia Douville, Lillian Fazio, Tim Jacobs, Richard Mason and Jean
Sorrentino.
Trustees Absent with Cause: Brad Gimbert and Jack Keating.
Community Members Present: Sean Beaver, Mary Derrick and Mary Hughes.
President Bob Derrick called the meeting to order at 8:51 PM due to a previous presentation to the PG County Department
of Public Works & Transportation on the Murikurk Cedarbrook Lane intersection improvements and the proposed
reconfiguration of the entire length of Montpelier Drive. There was a quorum to conduct business.
Secretary’s Report: Tricia Douville
 The minutes of the December 2014 board meeting were reviewed. Trustee Fazio made a motion to accept the
minutes. Trustee Mason seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.
Treasurer’s Report: Lillian Fazio
 Trustee Fazio prepared the monthly statements which were distributed.
 Trustee Fazio reported that $50,000 was deposited in the reserve account.
 $50,000 was spent on capital improvements in 2014.
 Checks written to three contractors were never received and the money was re-deposited into the MCA account. The
contractors were issued new checks and the accounts are settled.
Pool Committee: Mary Derrick, Chairperson
 Revisions to the pool access form were discussed. Trustee Derrick made a motion to (1) award two guests passes to
members who pay the assessment and return completed affidavits and pool user forms by March 31, (2) increase the
extended family fee to $75 per person (age 4 and above), (3) define a “family” as the homeowner and one adult and
their children. Trustee Sorrentino seconded the motion. The motion passed with P. Buehler, B. Derrick, P. Douville,
L. Fazio, R. Mason and J. Sorrentino voting yea and T. Jacobs voting nay.
Security Committee: Richard Mason, Chairperson
 Cpl. Jason Wilson will attend the February 10 board meeting.
 There were no reported crimes in Montpelier last month. All crime is down in Prince George’s County.
Traffic Committee: Richard Mason, Chairperson
 Trustee Mason will contact WSSC reference their plan for major repairs on Montpelier Drive, Cedarbrook Lane and
other streets in Montpelier. He will attempt to ensure that any repairs planned for Montpelier Drive are coordinated
between the County Public Works & Transportation and WSSC.
 Decaying leaves continue to be a problem on some streets and he has talked to a few homeowners about the problem.
 A second meeting will be scheduled regarding the County’s proposed plans for slowing traffic on Montpelier Drive. The
County will send invitations to all the homeowners along the entire length of Montpelier Drive to an open meeting to
discuss the proposed plan for slowing traffic on Montpelier Drive.
The next board meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 at 7:00 PM at Deerfield Recreation Center, preschool
room. The motion was made and seconded to adjourn at 9:11 pm. The motion passed unanimously.