1st Quarter 2013
For larger image right click and open in new window
I. MONIES RECEIVED:
Hats off!! We are ahead year to date on income from collections!! This is great news!
II. DELIQUENCY REPORT:
There are some in foreclosure and the HOA holds titles to five of these. They are being rented until the banks foreclose on these properties. We are getting back some of the delinquent Association dues on these units.
III. ITEMS THAT ARE BEING ADDRESSED:
Buildings 1, 2, 4 have had some roof leaks that cost approximately $300.00 in total for repairs.
Cigarette container is now at the fountain (now a garden sitting area) to stop people from leaving their butts behind.
Damaged front gate repair is $1,200 but the insurance of the person who caused the damage has paid for the repair.
Information on the dishwasher recall has been distributed to all owners, who can choose to replace or repair.
The lien process has started for units 105 and 306 for delinquency*.
IV. FINES COMMITTEE:
Members Mark Aldrich, Len DiGiacomo, Jamie Webber have nothing to report at this time. Several first notices have been issued.
V. LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE:
George Simmon, Jeff Ferren, Linda Sexton are the committee. Community Work Days are Friday, Oct. 12, and Saturday, Oct. 13, beginning at 9 a.m. Anyone interested in helping should meet at the clubhouse. Everyone is welcome at Community Work Days! Bring work gloves.
VII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
In addressing the snake issue, a product costing around $13.68 per container was suggestion. This was purchased and will be put out in specific areas when needed.
On the topic of upgrading the basketball goal, three bids were received, and the Board agreed to purchase one at $289 when funds are available. The current goal is attached to the curb and the Board wants to avoid any injuries.
Parking Stickers are now required for Nautilus Cove owners and residents, and can be picked up in the office. Each owner will be issued two decals, as needed. Additional decals are $3.00 each. There will also be visitor passes available for those who are on property for three days or longer.
Once the program is fully implemented, vehicles without decals or guest passes may be towed from the property at the owner's expense.
Owner Mr. Harris has relayed information on a class action lawsuit going on with AUM and will let us know more information as it is available.
The revisions of the Bylaws is almost complete, and will be distributed to owners in coming months.
Security System: The Board has determined a security camera is needed at the trash compactor! Charge for garbage left outside the compactor is $60.00 per bag and garbage is being opened to determine who left the bag(s).
Security at side gate: Three bids are being received and considered to make the pedestrian gate smaller and more secure.
Pool security cameras will be rearranged to allow more coverage of the area.
VII. NEW BUSINESS:
Cigarette butts found outside of units will prompt fines! Please make sure these are picked up.
The Board is looking into the use of a clubhouse office by Pelican Real Estate, and determining if it can be used at no charge. There is an ongoing discussion about charging for use of that office.
NO OCTOBER MEETING:
There will not be a Board meeting in October.
An adult Halloween party is being planned for October 27, in the clubhouse. Costumes are a must. Come and join us for some spooky fun!
On October 31, at 6 p.m. a Halloween party will be held in the clubhouse for children of all ages! Candy, fun and gobblens!
PLEASE BRING A BAG OF CANDY TO THE OFFICE FOR TRICK OR TREATING!
Happy Halloween, and we hope to see you there!
Note from Blog Author:
* 105 is David Turner and 306 is Jeffrey Osterhout
Something for Everyone!
Renters can see our NCC Newsletters on this site. Owners may be interested in looking at the Sept. Concord Renters newsletter at:
or the 17 page Concord Residents Handbook at:
Dec. 2011 (4th Quarter) NCC Newsletter
click on for larger images
Double click for larger image or print out:
Nautilus News 2010
Click for larger image:
NCC Newsletter 2nd Quarter 2009