Radiance Property Owner’s Association Board Meeting November 28, 2005

Present: Rick Levinson, Mary Buchanan, Betsy Kirkpatrick, Deborah Aker Absent: Chris Lagarde (Brad Fregger off the Board)
Guest: Troy Maynor
Meeting brought to order at 7:35 P.M. at Mary’s. Minutes of the September 26, 2005 approved.
Replacement of Board Member ‚Äì Brad Fregger and Barbara Foley have purchased a home in Goldenwood West and will be moving soon so Brad has stepped down from the RPOA Board. He will continue to be in charge of the Radiance Web Site. We all appreciate Brad’s service since July of 2002! The Board discussed several community members to replace him and Mary will contact them.
Speed Bumps – Mary will contact Lone Star paving to see if they still intend to get to us this year.
Trees – Betsy requested that the existing Red Buds along the sidewalk in front of Royal Garden homes be removed and be replaced with native Mexican Red Buds. The existing trees have been barely alive for many years. Mary will contact Daniel at Wizard Academy to ask if it might be possible to use their backhoe to dig holes for the new trees. Betsy will research the best price on new trees.
New Kew Property Agreement – Mary will ask Cliff to draw up a new agreement for signatures.
1826 Entry ‚Äì Pavers to protect the area where cars pull off causing ruts will be discussed with the Joint POA’s.
Vehicle/Trailer Storage Area – The Board discussed creating a vehicle trailer storage area near the POA shed as a community service. Mary and Troy will see if there is a large enough area out of the line of sight of any neighbors.
Easement/ Agreement for fence lines at Condos – Tom Davies will draw up a document for all Royal Garden and Crystal Garden Home owners to sign stating that they are aware that the area enclosed by their fence is not their property line.
Hay Ride/Bonfire Chili Cook-off a success ‚Äì Mary reported that 60 people attended the hayride held Nov. 12 at the lovely new Wizard bonfire site. A mum plant and card were given to Daniel & Pat and thank you note was sent to Roy & Pennie Williams. The RPOA broke even on the event charging $5 per person and $15 per family. A fire dancer performed and Mary Buchanan was presented with an acrylic award, foam crown, and one of Rick’s yummy chocolate cakes for service to Radiance
Meeting adjourned 9:00 P.M.
Next Board meeting ‚Äì Mon. January 16, 2006 – 7:30 at Mary’s.
Respectfully Submitted, Mary Buchanan RPOA Secretary