David Paul and Christy McKinney from Sentry attended the meeting.
Not at 51% quorum
Questions from community:
- If swimming and boating is allowed? Consensus was it is not allowed.
- Can we have more street lights? Yes, if we pay for them. IPL may pay for more, but not sure.
For broken street lights, report outage to IPL using number on the light pole.
For pot holes or sidewalks, report to Mayor’s Action Center or MyRequestIndy app.
Indy Turf are the landscapers this year and they’re supposed to pick up trash from the lakes and common areas.
ASAP treats the water.
May 17-19 is Southern Dunes sales, so we will coordinate our sale with theirs.
Community dumpster will be delivered about May 20.
Whitley Yates from Omni introduced herself, filling in for Kerby.
Board members Kathie and Nick introduced themselves.
Other homeowners introduced themselves.
The board gained two new members.
$81534.10 operating balance
Over-budgeted a little on insurance.
Website needs to be included 2018 budget.
Need to budget for water and sewer.
Need to pick up trash around playground. Need to enforce trash pickup around ponds.
Trimming around walking path was discussed. Resident asked what trimming they were responsible for. Whiltey mentioned the maps.indy.gov site can be used to see property lines.
Residents mentioned the playground is rusting and has jagged edges. Maybe $10k – $20k or $3k to repaint and sanitize.
Burned house was brought up as an eyesore. Luckily repairs to the house are finally underway.
Rental houses were mentioned as having issues like thefts. We can pass a rental ban amendment. It gives HOA the ability to evict residents. Need about 75% of members entitled to vote (paying dues) to pass an amendment.
Satellite dishes were discussed. Omni will check with lawyers on legality and cost of moving dishes.
Mayor’s Action Center and Request Indy App can be used to request the city fill in potholes or to report other issues.