March 2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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Notice is here
provided that a regular meeting of the Board of Directors of THE RIVER WATCH HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION, INC., will
be held as follows:
Monday, March 17,
PLACE: Tarpon Springs Community
Center – Social Room
400 South Walton –
Tarpon Springs FL
1. Establish Quorum
2. Call Meeting to
3. Minutes of Last
a. February 24, 2014
4. Report of
a. Treasurer’s Report
i. Delinquency Update
5. Committee Reports/Violation Spreadsheet
a. Architectural Review Committee
b. Fining Committee
c. Beautification Committee
1. Front Sign
2. Tree Trimming
3. Tree along entrance
a. North side
b. South side
ii. Pressure Washing
d. Violations Spreadsheet
e. Crime Watch
f. Managers’ Report
g. Other items as introduced
a. Dock Repair (handrail, poles)
b. Security Systems in RiverWatch
7. New Business
Watch Homeowners’ Association, Inc.
Board of Director’s Meeting – March
As quorum was established and
notice was properly posted; President Ed Zisman called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM.
Present: Ed Zisman, Frank Hudak and
Mark Reisner and KathleenRoot
Present: Sue Marino, Monarch
Association Management, Inc.
Cindy Stananought, Monarch Association Management, Inc.
February 24, 2014
MOTION by Frank to waive reading the Minutes of February 24,
and approve as written, SECONDED by Ed. Motion passed by UNANIMOUS vote.
Based on close of
the business on February 28, 2014, unaudited financial report from Monarch Association Management: Operating
Account - $55,131.15 - Money Market Account - $54,794.70 and two (2) - $25,000 CDs + interest on
each. Delinquent accounts to date $17,958.81. Total Assets = $185,757.71.
Sue updated Board
on delinquencies. The Treasurer’s Report has been
Architectural Review Committee: All new applications submitted have
been reviewed by Bill Pantoni.
Fining Committee: Nothing new to report.
Front Sign – Estimate from Nic to replant front sign - $800.
Tree Trimming – Peppertrees have been cut down and treated.
End of Riveredge by Fence – Sue will get estimates.
4. Trees at
Entrance – Estimates from Nic’s and Gram Orr
Washing – Completed
Violations: Due to violation letters being sent to tenant
at 1749 Riverwatch, they offered to donate the basketball hoop to the community for placement in the
park. Following discussion:
MOTION by Ed not to accept the officer, SECONDED by
Motion passed by UNANIMOUS vote.
- Sue Marino & Cindy Stananought
Yard Sale –
April Yard Sale will be placed on Craig’s List and sign posted at entrance.
Newsletter was mailed to all homeowners.
Delineators – City of Tarpon has been contacted and will communicate with DOT.
Project with Pasco County - Sue spoke with engineer Bob Wronski who stated that all permits are in place and is
planning to start project in May.
Committee together with Neighborhood Watch is continuing to get estimates, determine placement and formulate a
plan to present to the Board. Attorney opinion was that
installation of cameras was an alteration to the property and would require the affirmative vote of 75% (120) of
the total membership.
Being no further business, MOTION to adjourn at 8:08
Marino, Secretary Pro Tem