Board Meeting Minutes

SPRINGFIELD PARK PLACE
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
OPEN MEETING MINUTES
7:00 PM Open Session

SPRINGFIELD PARK PLACE

MINUTES OF THE OPEN SESSION

June 20th, 2018

 

Present:

Mark Stanziale                   President

Bobbee Mulvee                 Vice President

Frank Fleischer                  Treasurer 

Lou Singer                           Secretary

Janet Gray                           Director

Others :

Kristine Velez, CMCA      Community Manager, First Service Residential.

David Merritt, Esq.            McGovern Legal Services

SPRINGFIELD PARK PLACE

MINUTES OF THE OPEN SESSION

March 20th, 2018

 

Present:

Mark Stanziale                   President

Bobbee Mulvee                 Vice President

Frank Fleischer                  Treasurer 

Lou Singer                           Secretary

Janet Gray                           Director

 

Others :

Kristine Velez, CMCA      Community Manager, First Service Residential.

       I. CALL TO ORDER:

Quorum was established. The meeting was called to order by Mark Stanziale, at 7:00 PM.

     II. NEW  BUSINESS

  • 2018 Projects
  1. Siding Replacement Project- Buildings 1500, 1600 and 2100 were all completed at the total of $202,092

  2. Deck Replacement- Five decks were completed at $35,445

  3. Concrete- Common area walkway repairs were completed at $55,780

  4. Additional concrete work to be done within the next few weeks:

    • Hot asphalt patching, total cost $14,875

    • Hot rubberized crack repairs, total cost $9,935

    • Line painting, to cost $1585  

   III. Maintenance Salary Increase

Jeff Diehl received a salary increase that was proportionate to industry standards.  Since Jeff has been on board he has saved the association money on the following items:

  • Tree Removal- Saved approximately $9,000 by removing fallen trees/limbs during various storms.
  • Gutter Cleaning- Saved approximately $11,000 by cleaning the gutters in house.
  • Planter box removal- Saved approximately $125 per unit

   IV. Association Vehicle

The Board traded the old vehicle and purchased another for $9,000.  This truck already came with a plow that would normally retail for an additional $3500.  The purchase of this vehicle will ultimately save the association thousands of dollars and reduces the risk of another snow assessment greatly.

    V. Financials/Legal

Approximately $90,000 was spent on litigation fees over the past 36 months.

The Board and Associations attorney stressed the burden lawsuits and lawsuit threats place on the Association. Threatening the association with litigation in turn requires the board to automatically turn your issue over to legal, which incurs costs to the association. The Board requested that all residents think twice when deciding to move forward with litigation, as it effects the entire association.  The Board welcomes any disputes to be resolved over ADR which is available to all residents.

    VI. NEXT MEETING:  

Next meeting to be held on Wednesday, September 19th, 2018.

   VII. ADJOURNMENT:

The Open Session meeting was adjourned by President, Mark Stanziale at 8:15 PM

Minutes prepared and typed by: Kristine Velez, CMCA, First Service Residential

       I. CALL TO ORDER:

Quorum was established. The meeting was called to order by Mark Stanziale, at 7:00 PM.

     II. NEW  BUSINESS

  • 2018 Siding Replacement Project

National Contractors will resume this project Spring 2018 on buildings 1500, 1600 and 2100.  A total of three buildings and five decks will be done for a total of approximately $225,000. 

  • 2018 Concrete Project

Jesan Construction will start this project in conjunction with the siding replacement. The total for this project is approximately $27,000 and will be done in selected areas where the damage is the worst.

  • Pool House

This project was postponed until pool closing and will start late September 2018, early October.  The scope of work was more detailed then originally planned and would not be complete before the pool opening. This project is estimated to cost approximately $35,000.

  • Landscaping

The Association lost approximately twenty trees during the several nor'easters. 

Due to the snow storms, the snow removal budget is extremely close at being over budget.  Once the season is over, final numbers on the snow budget and tree removal will be known.

The Board confirmed landscaping will not be invested in until the siding projects are complete as constant damage would ruin the brand-new foliage.

  • Pool

New pool furniture has been purchased for approximately $22,000.  No monies were spent in 2017 so this budget rolled over to 2018. 

    III. NEXT MEETING:  

Next meeting to be held on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018.

   IV. ADJOURNMENT:

The Open Session meeting was adjourned by President, Mark Stanziale at 7:45 PM

Minutes prepared and typed by: Kristine Velez, CMCA, First Service Residential