The Village at Pebble Lake Townhouse Owners’ Association

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The Village at Pebble Lake 

Board of Directors meeting

November 1 2022, at  6:30 pM

LOCATION: Clubhouse

I           Welcome and Call to Order – President

II         Roll Call and Verification of Quorum

III        Set adjournment time

IV        Disposition of Minutes- September 20, 2022 and October 23, 2022

V         Approval of Agenda

VI    Officer Reports

  1. President
  2. Vice President
  3. Treasurer
  4. Secretary
  5. Committees/ACS West

VII      New Business

  • 2023 Budget
  • Newsletter

VIII      Old Business

  • Pond Lighting
  • Rental Cap Update
  • Reimbursement for clubhouse fire inspection

IX        Owners Forum

  • Board response

 X         Executive Session

  • Violations
  • Delinquencies
  • Contracts
  • Repairs
  • Homeowner Requests

 NOTE:  Audience members are welcome to address the Board during the Member Voice segment of the meeting.  This section is intended to provide audience members with an opportunity to give input to the Board of Directors.  The Board will take any input under advisement but may not respond immediately as they proceed with the planned business of the Association.  The Board reserves the right to limit this section of the meeting to a time they believe is appropriate.  The standard time is 3 minutes unless directed otherwise at the start of the Owners Forum.  Any member having an Association business item to be addressed by the Association Board is asked to call your Managing Agent at 282-7451 to have the item placed on the next meeting agenda.  Please observe Robert’s Rules of Order during the meeting.

 

 

Rescheduled Board of Directors Meeting

Sunday, October 23rd, 3:30 pm

LOCATION: Clubhouse

 

I   Welcome and Call to Order – President

II   Roll Call and Verification of Quorum 

III   Set adjournment time-President

IV   Approval of Agenda- President

V    Officer Reports

  1. President
  2. Vice-President/Treasure
  3. Secretary
  4. ACS West Report/Committees

VI    New Business

  • Budget Work Session 
  • Pond Lighting
  • Snow Removal 

VII Owners Forum

VIII Board Comment

IX Executive Session

  • Violations
  • Delinquencies
  • Contracts
  • Repairs
  • Homeowner Requests
  • ARC

NOTE: Audience members are welcome to address the Board during the Member Voice segment of the meeting. This section is intended to provide audience members an opportunity to give input to the Board of Directors. The Board will take any input under advisement but may not respond immediately as they proceed with the planned business of the Association. The Board reserves the right to limit this section of the meeting to a time they believe is appropriate. Any member having an Association business item to be addressed by the Association Board is asked to call your Managing Agent at 282-7451 to have the item placed on the next meeting agenda. Please observe Robert’s Rules of Order during the meeting.

 

MEETING CANCELLED it will be rescheduled. 

The Village at Pebble Lake

Board of Directors Meeting

October 18th 

 6:30 pm LOCATION: Clubhouse

 

I   Welcome and Call to Order – President

 

II   Roll Call and Verification of Quorum 

 

III   Set adjournment time-President

 

IV   Approval of Agenda- President

 

V    Officer Reports

  1. President
  2. Vice-President/Treasure
  3. Secretary
  4. ACS West Report/Committees

VI    New Business

  • Budget Work Session 
  • Pond Lighting

 

VII Owners Forum

 

VIII Board Comment

 

IX Executive Session

 

  • Violations
  • Delinquencies
  • Contracts
  • Repairs
  • Homeowner Requests
  • ARC

NOTE: Audience members are welcome to address the Board during the Member Voice segment of the meeting. This section is intended to provide audience members an opportunity to give input to the Board of Directors. The Board will take any input under advisement but may not respond immediately as they proceed with the planned business of the Association. The Board reserves the right to limit this section of the meeting to a time they believe is appropriate. Any member having an Association business item to be addressed by the Association Board is asked to call your Managing Agent at 282-7451 to have the item placed on the next meeting agenda. Please observe Robert’s Rules of Order during the meeting.

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Did you know Townhouse Owners’ Association payments are due quarterly on January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and October 1st?

If you would prefer to pay monthly, you can do so by visiting the payment link below and making partial pre-payments every month, prior to the quarterly payment due date, As long as Your balance is paid in full by the quarterly payment due date.

How do I pay my HOA dues?

CIT Group, Inc., formerly called Mutual of Omaha, is our third-party vendor collecting and processing residents’ HOA dues.

You can set up an account online to pay dues by clicking this link:  https://propertypay.cit.com/

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Thanks to all owners for adjusting to the correct parking as dictated by the county development plans.

Just a reminder: There is no curb or grass parking. Owners should not park sideways or block parking spots to save them for someone else. The ONLY assigned spaces are the ones in the rear of the townhomes. EVERY unit has 2 spots in the rear only (either 2 paved, or 1 paved and 1 garage).

ALL parking out front is on a first come first serve, there are NO additional assigned spaces. Regardless of how long you have parked in a spot or it’s relation to your townhome, there are no other assigned/reserved spots.

Towing will be enforced; towing is at the owner’s expense.The HOA towing company is Peaco Towing. Signs are posted at the entrances of the community. Please contact the HOA Board with any questions: president.board@pebblelakehoa.com

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The Pond

The Village of Pebble Lake Pond is for the enjoyment of all residents. The Pond allows Fishing for Residents and Guest Only.** Fishing license required**

No other wildlife are to be removed from the pond or property. No fish or other wildlife are to be removed by nets, buckets, or traps.

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Why You Should Always Pick Up after Your Dog’s Poop 

 1. It’s A Matter of respect for people and the community. Cleaning up after your dog is always the right thing to do. It’s unfair to other residents to leave your dog’s poop laying around.  No one likes to step in poop and take it into homes, cars and businesses. If you’ve ever tried to get dog poop out of the treads of your shoes, you know how infuriating it can be.

2. It’s bad for the environment. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classifies pet waste as a toxic pollutant and places it in the same category as chemical and oil spills. The EPA estimates that just two days’ worth of dog waste from about 100 dogs would contribute enough pollution to close a beach and all watershed areas within 20 miles of it.

Stormwater carries dog poop directly into waterways. Dog waste contains nutrients and pathogens that harm local waters by depleting the oxygen in water necessary for beneficial underwater grasses, wildlife and fish. In addition, dog waste decomposes in waterways releasing nutrients that cause excessive growth of algae and weeds. The water becomes murky, green, and smelly.

3. Dog poop poses a health threat to people and pets. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention dog poop can contain parasites and germs that can be harmful to humans. In particular, roundworms and hookworms deposited by infected animals can live in the soil for long periods of time and be transmitted to other humans and animals.

In addition, veterinary experts at Drs. Foster and Smith say that giardia and E-coli can be transmitted from feces to people and dogs. Dogs can also spread or contract parvovirus or coronavirus through infected feces.

4. Dog poop is not a natural fertilizer. One of the top reasons people give for not cleaning up after their dogs is a belief that dog waste is natural and good for the Earth, according to the Humane Society of the United States.

However—unlike cow or horse manure—dog waste is not good for the soil. That’s because cows and horses are herbivores, whereas dogs are omnivores, and their diet is high in protein, say experts at Practica, a pet waste management company. In fact, dog waste is so high in nitrogen and phosphorus it can burn grass if not picked up.

5. It takes dog waste a long time to decompose. Many people who don’t pick up after their dogs believe that it’s no big deal, because the poop will quickly decompose.

This is not true. According to Clear Choices Clean Water, dog poop can take up to a year to break down depending on the climate and the dog’s diet. And even after the poop breaks down the bacteria and parasites remain in the soil.

6. We’ve made it easy for you! There are multiple dog waste disposal stations around the grounds.  We even supply the bags!  Please make use of them and we’ll all have a cleaner, healthier community.  Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

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