The CVHOA met on July 14, 2015, with Scott Auger presiding. Present for the meeting were Gary Bulman, Zsolt Nagy, William Earnhardt, Waite Warren, Mary Hinson, Cecil Hinson, and Joan Purvis.
The minutes of the April 28, 2015, board meeting were read and approved.
The treasurer’s report was reviewed and approved. The General Fund balance was $2,542.78, the Money Market fund was $15,655.67, for a total of $18,198.45. The annual insurance premium of 1,046.05 has been paid.
Zsolt reported a fallen tree below the dam, which could become an erosion issue. The fabric liner does not completely cover the needed area and an estimate for resolving this problem will be obtained. Poison ivy will be sprayed and small trees will be cleared from the spillway. Grass on the dam area needs to be cleared. The curly tree has propagated and will be planted. A cleanup will be scheduled for a Saturday in the near future, with a second Saturday in case of weather issues.
Discussion regarding an agenda item on the Cary Town Council meeting covered questions surrounding Don Frantz’s meeting with the board. He brought the item to the council noting that the Coronado Village pond is classified as a storm water retention area. It was noted that some cities have fees associated with arrangements for taking over these areas and discussion included how we would obtain the consent of homeowners and manage such a partnership. It was emphasized that this question is just in the exploration phase and there is no immediate need for the town to take over the pond
Since the Labor Day holiday falls on September 7, the next board meeting was scheduled for Tuesday, September 15, 2015. The meeting adjourned at 8:00 pm.