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Desert Hills IV

Minutes:

GREEN VALLEY DESERT HILLS NO. 4, INC.
REGULAR BOARD MINUTES
March 15, 2019


Call to order: Phyllis A. Buchanan called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m.

Attendance: Phyllis Buchanan, Larry Bivins, Jan Weatherbee, Betty Thomson, Ann Brooks, Ron Wessels & Kathy Booth. Number of Community Members 6.

Approval of Agenda: Phyllis Buchanan made a motion to accept the March 15, 2019 Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc. Agenda. Seconded by Ann Brooks. 7 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried yes

Community Comments:

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Anderson would like to donate an Organ Pipe Cactus. They will work with Ann Brooks to discuss where to plant and when.

Reading of the Regular Board Meeting Minutes February 15, 2019: Betty Thomson made a motion to accept the February 15, 2019 Minutes as written. Seconded by Phyllis Buchanan 7 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried yes

Treasurer’s Reports – Jan Weatherbee

Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc.
Regular Board Meeting February 15, 2019
Treasurer’s Report January, 2019
Income
Assessment Income of $78,565 included annual assessment and late fees.
$676.42 was received from BMO Harris Bank for interest on CDs

Expenses
$2,944 was charged to Contract Maintenance for landscaping services for January.
$2,128.00 was charge to GVC Dues for 2018 dues.
$130.29 was charged for printing 30 packets and mailing New Owner Packets.
$105.92 was charged to Office Supplies for inkjet cartridges and name badges for the social
$123.28 was charged to Postage for mailing election material.
$49.91 was charged to Printing for printing the audit report.
$100.00 was transferred from Professional Fees to Reserves.
$35,600 was transferred from Streets to Reserves.
$1,617.00 was transferred from Federal Income Taxes to Reserves.
$765.00 was transferred from Trees to Reserves

Assets
Accounts Receivable: The balance of $2,620.00 includes eight homeowners who have not paid their dues and/or late fees.

Accounts Payable
$2,944 for contract maintenance for January paid in February.

Reserves
Beautification
$102 was received from the 50/50 drawing at the Pot Luck Supper.

At year end the net “profit” was $7,626.60. I would like a motion to put all of this into the Reserves for Streets bringing that total reserve to $174,048.73.

Jan Weatherbee
Treasurer

Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc.
Regular Board Meeting March 19, 2019
Treasurer’s Report February for March’s Meeting, 2019
Income
$12.72 was received from BMO Harris Bank

Expenses
$2,380.50 was charged to Contract Maintenance for landscaping services for February.
$2,332 was charged to Liability and Fidelity Insurance for 2018-2019 insurance coverage.
$25.35 was charged to New Owner Packets for mailing material.
$123.28 was charged to Postage for mailing election material.
$61.93 was charged to Office Supplies for envelopes.

Assets
Accounts Receivable: The balance of $1,095 includes three homeowners who have not paid their dues and/or late fees.

Accounts Payable
$5,079.35 for contract maintenance for February, tree removal, insurance, office supplies and new owner packet expense.

Reserves for Street
$7,626.60 was added to the Reserves for Streets from Unallocated Reserves bringing the total of Reserves for Streets to $209,648.73.

Jan Weatherbee
Treasurer

Larry Bivins made a motion to accept the January, 2019 and February, 2019 Financial Reports, Balance Sheets and Profit and Loss Statements submitted by Jan Weatherbee, Treasurer for approval. Seconded by Ann Brooks 7 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried yes

Committee Reports:
Maintenance: Ann Brooks-Action to be taken

Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc
Maintenance Report
March 15, 2019
On March 13, 2019 the Maintenance Committee met at Ann Brooks home at 2 p.m. Ann Brooks, Bill Hammond, Phyllis Buchanan, and Val our landscaper was in attendance. The schedule for the next five weeks is as follows:

Last week Valscape sprayed the weeds (which are really wild flowers) which are growing on the white rock along Retorno de Anza. They were sprayed because, the weeds and/or wild flowers have invaded almost the whole bank and would have been too difficult to pull by hand.

March 20, 2019: They will finish Area 11 and begin Area Nine (9) and Area Eight (8). Area Nine (9) includes the endcap and back of 3100 to 3106 Retorno de Anaza and Via del Tirol. Area Eight (8) includes all common ground, alley ways between 1561 and 1501 Placita Helada and hillside behind 3110 and 3136 Camino Kino.

March 27, 2019: Finish Area Eight (8) and will begin Area One (1) which includes the areas along the back side, alley ways and endcaps from 1508 to 1588 Jarrito.

April 3, 2019: Area One (1) will be completed and Area Two (2) will be started. Work includes both endcaps, alley ways and common ground along North end of Calle de Plata. Addresses include 1501-1577 Jarrito.

April 10, 2019: Finish Area Two (2) and begin Area Three (3). Area Three (3) includes endcap along Mercado, alley ways, two parking areas from 1477 to 1579 Via Mirasol.

April 17, 2019: Area Three (3) will be completed and the crew will begin Area Five (5). Area Five (5) begins between 1525 and 1547 Mirasol to the endcap along and behind 1647 Mirasol. All alley ways and two parking areas and common ground on the north end of Placita Travis.

Next meeting will be April 17, 2019 3 p.m. at Ann Brooks Home
If you have any concerns please contact Ann Brooks at 207-8040.

Submitted by Ann Brooks, Chairperson

Larry Bivins made a motion to accept the March 15, 2019 Maintenance Report. Seconded by Jan Weatherbee. 7 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried yes

Beautification: Ann Brooks-Action to be taken

Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc.
Beautification Committee
March 15, 2019
On March 13, 2019 the Beautification Committee met at Ann Brooks home at 2 p.m. Ann Brooks, Bill Hammond, and Phyllis Buchanan were in attendance.

During February and March, the Beautification Committee worked on weed control. They sprayed several areas along the large median on Camino Kino and Retorno de Anza. The last two weeks were spent cleaning out a drainage ditch on the of corner Mirasol and Retorno de Anza. The main purpose was to get rid of weeds and to dig the ditch deeper so sand would not flow into the streets.

One of our homeowners on Roma, the Hudson’s, donated many rocks from their yard to the committee for our use on the HOA’s common ground. They were used to prevent water damage along the side and rear of 1550 Via de Roma. A big thank you to the Hudson’s for this donation.

Next week Ann Brooks will call the maintenance director of Desert Hills 5 to see where they purchased the metal artwork that was placed on their monument on Retorno de Anza and Camino del Sol. She will also be asking how it was mounted. This coming week Ann and Phyllis Buchanan will be going to Tubac to see what may be available for use. Also, the committee will be purchasing three benches to be used in the common ground.

Ann would like to thank Bill Lardy and Everett Johnson for working with our committee.
If you are willing to take a few hours once a week to help or if you have any questions please contact Ann Brooks at 207-8040.

Submitted by Ann Brooks, Chairperson

Betty Thomson made a motion to accept the March 15, 2019 Beautification Report. Seconded by Ron Wessels 7 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried yes

Architectural: Phyllis Buchanan-Action to be taken
Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc.
Architecual Report
March 15, 2019
4 Home inspections
3 Paint Requests one for painting the back wall and two for recoating their roofs with minor repairs.
1 Architectual Change Request to add a wooden rail to patio wall. Denied
1 Architectual Change Request for replacement of an Air Conditioner.

While riding through the community Phyllis Buchanan, Architectual Chair, has noticed a few violations which include:

1.Satellite dishes are installed in the front of the properties. They must be placed in the rear of the properties to prevent view loss.

2. Garbage cans can be seen from the streets and several have been placed on common ground property along the side of homes.

3. Several townhomes have excessive weeds.

4.There are several front lights that are not working. These lights may only be 40 watts or 550 lumens according to the Night Sky act. The association also requires these lights be yellow in color. If you have candle lights the candles cannot exceed 40 watts or 550 lumens.

A final list of violations will be created and letters will be sent out for corrections. Also, if you do anything to the exterior of your home you need to fill out a form and must get approval before any work begins?

Submitted by Phyllis Buchanan, Chairperson.

Jan Weatherbee made a motion to accept the March 15, 2019 Architectural Report. Seconded by Ann Brooks. 7 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried yes

GVC Representative: No Report-GVC meeting is scheduled for next Thursday.

Neighborhood Watch: Betty Thomson- Information only
This may be the last year for the GVC Phone Directories. They will be delivered next week.
Submitted by Betty Thomson- Information only

Social: Betty Thomson-Information only
Our Happy Hour will be held on Monday March 18, 2019 at the Desert Hills Recreation Center from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. We will have a speaker from the SAV who will give us some tips on how to keep our homes safe while we are away.

Submitted by Betty Thomson- Information only

Newsletter: Jan Weatherbee-Information only
Our next newsletter will be printed in December. Please notify Jan Weatherbee if you have anything to be put in it.

Submitted by Jan Weatherbee- Information only

CC & R’s: No report

Street Paving: No Report

Trash: No Report

Old Business:

Report on new park 03/7/19: Information only - Phyllis Buchanan
Green Valley Council
Summary of Park Forum
GVR East Center 3/7/19

Suzanne Shields, Director and Chief Engineer of the Pima County Flood Control stated at the meeting that the Pima County Board of Supervisors adopted the Canoa Hills Golf Course as a natural resource open space park on April 17, 2018. Due to the park’s terrain and its floodplains the park is conducive to the development of a passive recreational area, which would include trails, bird watching, and in the future cycling paths plus much more. In April 2019, repairs of the park will begin and will be ongoing throughout the summer. The actual planning for its development and amenities will start in the fall, which will allow the total GV community residents to provide input and ideas for its future improvements and park uses.

Ms. Shields also presented an update on the park itself. Her goal for the day was to let all homeowners who border the park with up to date information. The following is what she discussed

Current Conditions:
• The concrete path is generally in good shape, but the narrow width of 4 to 6 feet limits pedestrian use. Standard for multi-use paths is a minimum of 10 feet.
• The grounds and vegetation have not been maintained in 10 years or longer.
• Infrastructure such as retaining walls (railroad ties) and bathroom buildings are in very poor shape.
• 75% of the golf course lies within a floodplain, and there are erosion issues from storms as well as areas where irrigation mains broke.
Invasive Species Study Areas:
Purpose: Treatments to restore 55 acres of retired golf course to native plant community.
Plot 1-Control weed growth by various methods over 2 seasons.
Plot 2-Seed with native seed mixes and monitor.
Long term goals:
Long term planning for adaptive re-use may potentially include:
• Re-establishing natural drainage in areas within regulatory floodplains to address stormwater harvesting and mitigate the effects of local drainage from adjacent subdivisions.
• Controlling invasive and non-native vegetation species, and develop a Landscape Plan to restore the riparian canopy. The County anticipates working with the University of Arizona’s school of Landscape Architecture to accomplish task.
• Identifying areas where improvements would be desirable including benches, path improvements.
Maintenance Requests:
• Pima County has thoroughly evaluated the Canoa Hills site with respect to addressing maintenance needs. If you see any new or worsening maintenance issues, please submit a MAINTENANCE REQUEST to the Green Valley Council.
• Pima County is working in conjunction with the Green Valley Council to keep residents and interested stakeholders updated while accomplishing these goals
info@gvccouncil.org
Green Valley Council
Traffic and Arroyos Committee
(520) 648-1936
As of today, the GVC Park Advisory Committee is the official County requested liaison for the entire community. Our committee’s responsibility is to be information gatherers, community ideas provider and the counties community liaison. There is another organization called Friends of the Park, whose President is Carol Lambert. However, to date, they do not have an agreement with County, but until they are approved by the County Board of Supervisors, they are limited to fund raising, events and education.

Submitted by Phyllis Buchanan-Information Only

Discussion of opening new accounts at a different financial institution: -Jan Weatherbee-Action may or may not be taken. Jan reported that we have $300,000 in BMO Harris bank. She did some investigation at Commerce Bank on the corner of La Canada and Esparanza and their CD’s are paying more money and we are $50,000 over the amount that the FDIC will insure our funds. The Board agreed that we need to move $65,000 to $70,000 to Commerce Bank before April 1, 2019.

Phyllis Buchanan made a motion to purchase a 24- month CD in the amount between $65,000 & $70,000 by April 1, 2019 at Commerce Bank. Seconded by Paul Wessels 7 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried yes

New Business:

Discussion of what penalties to give people who do not fill out Caretaker Forms and/or Age Compliance Forms- Action may or may not be taken Phyllis Buchanan reported that the majority of homeowners do not submit a Caretaker and/or Age Compliance Forms. Much discussion about what we can do to encourage Homeowners to submit them. One suggestion was not accepting any Architectual Change Forms until the homeowner complies. No action taken at this time, but will be further discussed at our April 19, 2019 Regular Board Meeting.

Discussion of Association mailings-Phyllis Buchanan-Action may or may not be taken.

Discussion for charging fees for extra copies of our CC & R’s-Phyllis Buchanan-Action may or not be taken. There was a discussion to consider charging for extra copies of our CC & R’s. Jan Weatherbee suggested that we charge $10 for any homeowner requesting both an extra copy of our CC & R’s and our pamphlet of our simplified version of our rules and regulations. Also discussed was putting the CC&R on the website. Larry Bivins will be attempting to locate the original CC&Rs. No action taken, but will further be discussed at our April 19, 2019 Regular Board Meeting.

Other: Phyllis Buchanan reported that she received an e-mail from Four Corners at Waste Management stating that they will not work with our individual homeowners. Homeowners will have to contact customer service for any assistance. Four Corners said they would send a copy of an e-mail to Autumn and have Autumn call Phyllis when she returns the following week.

Reminders: Next Regular Board Meeting to be held on April 19, 2019 Desert Hills Social Center Room A at 3 p.m. Happy Hour March 18, 2019 from 5-8 p.m. at the Desert Hills Social Center.

Adjournment:
Phyllis Buchanan made a motion to adjourn the Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc. March 15, 2019 Regular Board Meeting at 4:15 p.m. Seconded by Larry Bivins 7 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried yes




GREEN VALLEY DESERT HILLS NO. 4, INC.
REGULAR BOARD MINUTES
February 15, 2019

Call to order: Phyllis A. Buchanan called the meeting to order at 10:13 a.m.

Attendance: Present: Phyllis Buchanan, Larry Bivins, Betty Thomson, Ron Wessels and Kathy Booth. Absent: Jan Weatherbee, Ann Brooks. No Community Members

Approval of Agenda: Phyllis Buchanan made a motion to accept the February 15, 2019 Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc. Agenda. A second was made by Kathy Booth. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion carried.

Reading of the Regular Board Meeting Minutes November 16, 2018 presented by Betty Thomson. Betty Thomson made a motion to accept the November 16, 2018 Minutes as written. Seconded by Ron Wessels.
5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Treasurer’s Report – prepared by Jan Weatherbee
Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc.
Regular Board Meeting February 15, 2019
Preliminary Treasurer’s Report January 31, 2019
This report was written before the bank statements were issued and does not reflect any interest or deposits after January 29. 2019.
Income
Assessment Income of $78,565 included annual assessment and late fees.
Expenses
$3,680.00 was charged to Contract Maintenance for estimated landscaping services for January.
$2,128.00 was charged to GVC Dues for 2018 dues.
$120.29 was charged for printing 30 packets and mailing New Owner Packets.
$105.92 was charged to Office Supplies for inkjet cartridges and name badges for the social.
$123.28 was charged to Postage for mailing election material.
$49.91 was charged to Printing for printing the audit report.
$100.00 was transferred from Professional Fees to Reserves.
$35,600 was transferred from Streets to Reserves.
$1,617.00 was transferred from Federal Income Taxes to Reserves.
$765.00 was transferred from Trees to Reserves
Assets
Accounts Receivable: The balance of $2,605.00 as of January 31, 2019 includes eight homeowners who have not paid their dues and/or late fees. As of today’s, meeting four homeowners owe assessments plus $15.00 late fee and one owes late fee.
Accounts Payable
$3,680.00 for estimated contract maintenance for January.
Reserves
Beautification
$102 was received from the 50/50 drawing at the Pot Luck Supper.

At year end the net “profit” was $7,626.60. I would like a motion to put all of this into the Reserves for Streets bringing that total reserve to $174,048.73.

Jan Weatherbee, Treasurer

Ron Wessels made a motion to accept the Preliminary January 2019 Treasurer’s Report as written. Seconded by Larry Bivins. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Larry Bivins made a motion to transfer the net profit of $7,626.60 into the Reserves for Streets bringing the total Streets Reserve to $174,048.73. Seconded by Ron Wessels. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Architectural Report-presented by Phyllis Buchanan
Architecual Report
Regular Board Meeting February 15, 2019
January & February 2019

Architectural Requests:
January- 4 requests for:
1 Awning installation in patio area
1 New Tile roof
1 Window Replacements
1 Paint Request
February- 1 paint request

Betty Thomson made a motion to accept the January and February 2019 Architectural Report presented by Phyllis Buchanan, Temporary Chairperson. Seconded by Larry Bivins. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Maintenance/Beautification Reports-presented by Phyllis Buchanan

Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc.
Maintenance Report
February 15, 2019
The Maintenance Committee met at Ann Brooks home on February 13, 2019 at 3 p.m.
Attendance: Ann Brooks, chairperson, Phyllis Buchanan, Bill Lardy and Val.
For the next four weeks Val’s Landscaping crew will be working in the following areas:
February 20, 2019:
Val’s men will continue to work on Area 10 which includes all alley ways, endcaps at the end of two roads going down to Tirol between 3090-2970 Camino Kino. The common ground behind these properties along Tirol will also be worked on.
February 27, 2019:
The crew will finish Area 10 and begin Area 11 which consists of the bottom part of the hill behind Camino Kino, the alleyways and area behind 3110 to 3114 Tirol.
March 6, 2019:
Val’s men will finish area 11 and start Area 8 which includes the common ground between 3114 Tirol, 1561 to 1501 Placita Helada and 3136 to 3106 Camino Kino.
March 13, 2019:
Val’s crew will finish Area 8 and begin Area 1 which includes the Area between Desert Hills 4 and Desert Hills 5 off of Mercado and Jarrito.

The main reason that Valscape has not been able to catch up this year is because of three reasons, the rain, more than usual weed cover and the amount of vegetation that covers that needs to be trimmed in our 20 acres of common ground. Many people have asked us if we were hire Valscape for more than once a week. It currently costs us approximately $40,000 for the one week they are contracted for. If we were to contract for two a week it would cost us almost $80,000 for the year meaning that our dues would have to be increased by almost $200.
It has been at least 8 to 10 years since we have this problem with this amount rain. If this becomes a permanent condition then the committee will have to recommend additional days, but until then our schedule has to remain the same as this year’s budget is set.
Committee members also talked to Val about using a preemergent, but at this time it cannot be done because the weeds have to be killed first. A preemergent can only be applied about this time of year and early spring. Val estimated our cost to be around $3,000 which again will have not be able to be done this year as our budget for the year is set. However, in the fall when it is time to plan our 2020 budget the committee will do further research.

Submitted by Ann Brooks, Maintenance Chairperson

Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc.
Beautification Report
Regular Board Meeting February 15, 2019
The Beautification Committee met at Ann Brooks home on February 13, 2019 at 3 p.m.
This year the Beautification Committee is planning to finish two projects:
1. To purchase art work to be placed on the blank wall at the end of Roma near Retorno de Anza. We also plan to repaint the wall.
2. To refurbish the common ground between Tirol and Helada which is Area 8 on our maintenance map. In order to develop ideas, we will be visiting the Green Valley Gardner’s park next to Prestige Senior Citizen Facility on Abrego. We would like to purchase a bench, as well as replanting the area.
The Committee will also be spraying for weeds especially along the white rock area along Retorno de Anza and to continue to work behind the North end of Jarrito to keep the channel clean and to stop the erosion of the hillside.
As the committee sees other areas that need improvement plans will be made to try to fix those areas.
However, there is little that two or three people can do. The committee is looking for volunteers. It meets every Tuesday morning for three hours. Anyone that is willing to come and help and improve our area, please call Ann Brooks at (520) 207-8040.

Submitted by Ann Brooks, Beautification Chairperson

Ron Wessels made a motion to accept the February 15, 2019 Maintenance and Beautification Committees Reports presented by Phyllis Buchanan for Ann Brooks. Seconded by Kathy Booth. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

New Business:
Nomination of Officers: Phyllis Buchanan opened nominations at 10:22 a.m.

Nomination for each officer is as follows:

President
Phyllis Buchanan Secretary
Betty Thomson
Vice President
Larry Bivins Treasurer
Jan Weatherbee

Betty Thomson made a motion to accept the nomination of the 2019 Slate of Officers. Seconded by Kathy Booth. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Election of officers:

President
Phyllis Buchanan Secretary
Betty Thomson
Vice President
Larry Bivins Treasurer
Jan Weatherbee

Betty Thomson made a motion to accept the nominations of the 2019 Slate of Officers. Seconded by Kathy Booth. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Betty Thomson made a motion to elect Phyllis Buchanan as President. Seconded by Larry Bivins. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Phyllis Buchanan made a motion to elect Larry Bivins as Vice- President. Seconded by Ron Wessels. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Kathy Booth made a motion to elect Betty Thomson as Secretary. Seconded by Phyllis Buchanan. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Betty Thomson made a motion to elect Jan Weatherbee as Treasurer. Seconded by Ron Wessels. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Selection of Committee Members:
Maintenance
Ann Brooks, Chair
Phyllis Buchanan Co-Chair
Bill Hammond
Bill Lardy
David Bourgeois Auditing
Larry Gass, Chair
Kathy Booth
Need one more community member.

Beautification
Ann Brooks, Chair
Phyllis Buchanan, Co-Chair
Nomination
Ann Brooks, Chair
Phyllis Buchanan
Kathy Booth
Architectural
Phyllis Buchanan, Chair
Ron Wessels
Wayne Utterback
Paul Weatherbee
Everett Johnson Newsletter
Jan Weatherbee, Editor
Phyllis Buchanan, Co-Editor
GVC Representative
Paul Weatherbee, Representative
Bob White, Alternate CC & R’s
Phyllis Buchanan, Chair
Kathy Booth
Betty Thomson
Neighborhood Watch
Betty Thomson, Chair
Phyllis Buchanan, Co-Chair Website
Paul Weatherbee, Chair
Phyllis Buchanan
Social
Betty Thomson, Co-Chair
Kathy Booth, Co-Chair
Paving
Larry Bivins, Chair
Phyllis Buchanan
Jan Weatherbee
Budget
Jan Weatherbee, Chair
Larry Gass
Paige Booth Trash
Kathy Booth, chair
Betty Thomson
Phyllis Buchanan
Community Director-Phone Book
Betty Thomson, Chair
Kathy Booth, Co-Chair
GVR Room Contact
Phyllis Buchanan, Chair

Ron Wessels made a motion to accept the 2019 Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4 Inc. committee chairs and members as nominated. Seconded by Betty Thomson. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried

New Business:

Voting for Annual and Regular Meeting Dates and Times for 2019
Annual Meeting February 21, 2020 – 9:00 a.m. Regular Board Meeting to immediately follow
March 20, 2020-3:00 p.m.
April 17, 2020- 3:00 p.m.
October 16, 2020-3 00 p.m.
November 20, 2020-3:00 p.m. Action to be taken.
Social Dates:
Pot Luck- January 20 or 21, 2020
Happy Hour- March 16 or 17, 2020 Action to be taken.

Larry Bivins made a motion to accept the 2020 Annual and Regular Meetings and Social Dates and Times. Seconded by Ron Wessels. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.

Old Business:

Reminder of committee meeting dates-Information Only
Budget (recommendation should be in early November, so it can be approved at November’s meeting) no action needed

Nomination (recommendation should be October so it can be approved at November’s meeting) no action needed

Auditing (recommendation should be completed in early January 2019) may or may not be discussed- no action needed

Meeting dates and times
Room Day Date Start Time End Time
Room A Friday-Regular Board Mtg. 03/15/19 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
Room A Friday-Regular Board Mtg. 04/19/19 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
Room A Friday-Regular Board Mtg. 10/18/19 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
Room A Friday-Regular Board Mtg. 11/15/19 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

Social dates and times:
Room Day Date Start Time End Time
Auditorium- Happy Hour Monday Monday 3/18/19
5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Other:

Next Regular Board March 15, 2019 3:00 p.m. Desert Hills Social Center Room A

Adjournment.

Phyllis Buchanan made a motion to adjourn the Green Valley Desert Hills No. 4, Inc. February 15, 2019 Regular Board Meeting at 10:42 A.M.; Seconded by Betty Thomson. 5 Yes 0 No. Motion Carried.