Minutes of February 15, 2012 Board Meeting,

8:00 p.m. at the home of Tina Blum

Present: Joe Bergen, Tina Blum, Chari Gilmore, <redacated> and Trang Tran

Guest:  Glenn Cunningham, Mesa Webmaster

        Tina Blum found a childís blue and orange jacket at the Gazebo table the week of February 6.  It was agreed that we will place a lost and found box under the counter at the pool.

        SMHOA Website

o       It was agreed that access to the website will now be restricted to residents only via assigned individual log-in and password.  Glenn Cunningham will research security companies, options and cost for Board approval.  Once approved we will reach out to the residents with instructions for accessing the sight

o       We will transition to a digital Mesa resident directory on the website so it can be updated as needed rather than every few years.  The directory will be sorted by both surname and lot number, as it has been with the hard copy.

o       The website will soon include recommendations for household service personnel.  If you know of a great plumber or are looking for an electrician, you will be able to search for any resident recommendations.

        Playground equipment options and ground cover were discussed for the upgrade of the park on the corner of Starlight Crest Drive and Starlight Mesa Lane.  Joe will continue to research options, costs and samples.

        Joe presented a Maintenance Report. 

o       Mulching continues throughout the neighborhood as needed.

o       Research into upgrading the tennis court surface and fence continues.

        The next Board meeting is intended for Thursday, March 22 at 8pm at the home of Tina Blum.

Mesa Business that occurred between the January and February Board meetings.

        The minutes for the January meeting were officially approved by all board members via email on January 30.

        Bob and Tina Blumís request to replace their wind damaged roof with asphalt shingles was denied on February 1, 2011 pursuant of Article X of the SMHOA CC&Rs.  The asphalt shingles are considered a downgrade from the existing material which is tile.  The Board approved on February 1 a second request by the Blumís to replace their roof with clay tiles as the look is consistent with the homes in the community.  Copies of the denial and approval letters are attached.

        The Board approved Jack and Nancy Guntherís request to paint the exterior of their house with a slightly darker stain on the cedar siding and a darker tone of grey on the

Chari Gilmore, Secretary



Asphalt - denial

Clay - approval