8880 SOUTH OCIAN DRIVE
JENSEN BEACH, FLORIDA, 34957
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
HELD WEDNESDAY MAY 12TH 200 IN THE SOCIAL ROOM
The Board Meeting was called to order at 2PM by President Mike Monin.
Proper notice had been sent out according to the law and was posted in the mail room and the elevators 72 hours prior to the meeting.
There was a quorum as: Mike Monin, Pres.,Paul Barton, Vice Pres., Bob Hammond, Treas. Marilyn Walters, Sec. were present. Joanne Gillease, Director for the Board of Directors was present via phone line.
Bob Hammond made a motion that we accept the minutes without them being read. Mike Monin seconded the motion. Motion carried.
REVIEW THE FORECLOSURE SITUATION
TED reported that the bank bought the Unit 102 property and will no doubt put it on the marker.
Since the bank owns the unit, they will begin to pay the quarterly assessments.
As to previous assessments that have not been paid - we should be reimbursed 1% of the mortgage or two assessments according to law,and may soon be changed to 4 assessm..
Legal costs were discussed, but the consensus was that if the lawyer is needed, he should be called by Mike or Ted..
No progress has been made with the Unit 401 at the present time.
AUTHORIZATION FOR PLANTING BY THE ENTRANCE BY OUR LANDSCAPERS.
After discussion about the planting immediately outside our front door,and the recommendation by the Arc committee to edge the walk with brick, it was moved by Mike that we set aside $500 for the beautification of the small areas near the two entrance doors and the raised triangular piece immediately across the driveway, using the opinion of the landscaper to choose the plants. Also to not edge the walk with brick due to the danger of someone tripping. Joanne seconded the motion. Motion passed.
HURRICANE PRECAUTIONS IF ANY ADDITIONAL NEEDED
TED feels that we are ready. He has contacted JB Paint and Construction Co.to be available to us if the need arises.
Discussion of buying a small equipment bob-cat. Not needed.
AIA - ROAD UPDATE REGARDING REPAVING
Refinishing should take 322 calendar days. Meetings can be attended to discuss progress and contract. First meeting May 26th.
Repaving begins at Martin/St Lucie county line and will go to the Power Plant.
1. Rebar Repairs - Cost is $6555.00 and is finished. Less than budgeted. Extra to be used on 13th. floor ceiling.
Discussed problem on 13th floor ceiling collapse. It was not the first time for this to happen. Cement too heavy and not prepped correctly. Should be ok now.
2. Shutter Inspection - Ted has sent out 17 letters - 5 major problems - there are 7 more appointments. All should be finished by July 1st.
3. Water Detectors - 174 detectors were placed where needed.. Annual inspection of all water sprinklers will be done this fall.
4. Door Replacements - Ted is doing these. Cost $700.each.
5. Elevator Update - Roof leak in Elevator Room - Expensive repairs will be needed next year.
Need for new floors in elevator. Will look at 501 tile that looks like wood. Very nice . After choosing color, we should go ahead.
Arc committee should do the rug. Cost, etc. Give proposal to the board.
6. Building Painting - Ted recommended that the building be painted in 2011 due to the condition of the grout, etc. One estimate is $180,000. Money will be available by 2011.
Marilyn made a motion that we proceed with plans to paint the building in 2011, following the recommendation of Ted. Second by Joanne. Motion carried.
OTHER NEW BUSINESS:
Charles Singer urged everyone to attend the May 19th environmental meeting.
Service Dog - permission was granted to Thomas O'Hora in unit 1207 in regards to his request to have a Service Dog per his documentation.
Paul moved to adjourn, seconded by Bob Hammond. Meeting ended at 3:25 PM.
Respectfully submitted by Marilyn Walters, Secretary