HOA Board Meeting Minutes – Oct 14, 2015

The Crossings Homeowners Association

Board Meeting

Date:   Oct 14, 2015

Location: Bogdon Residence

The meeting began promptly at 7:00pm at the Bogdon residence.   The following board members were present: Jim Lacey, Ray Speicher, Kevin Sullivan, Ken Chrin, Mike Kendlick and Chris Bogdon. Brian Kile was unable to attend due to prior commitments.

No Crossings residents were present for the open floor portion of the meeting

The minutes of the Sept 9th monthly meeting were read and approved.

Treasurer’s Report

Savings Account:         $ 5727.63

Checking Account:       $ 14,882.33

We have received 10 resale certificates for houses being sold in the Crossings.   There are an additional 5 other houses for sale

We currently have 2 more landscaping bills left for this year.

Grounds Report

The HOA Board will wait until the spring to plant new plants at the entrances to the Crossings.

The board is going to begin to replaces the posts and fences at the entrances next year.



We have 158 residents registered for the website.

New Business

The Crossings HOA Board would like to welcome Mike Kendlick as the newest board member.

No update on the house on Trowbridge that is in foreclosure.   We are still waiting for it to be listed for Sheriff’s sale.   We will keep everyone posted.

We are going to forward Mary Mason the list to new residents in the neighborhood so that she can send a welcome package to them.

It has been determined that several residents are confused on the best ways to contact the board for issues, questions or concerns.   We are going to be publishing an updated list as to all the contact information for the board.

A resident brought up a concern to install reflectors on the new sidewalk connecting the Crossings Neighborhood and Park Place on Powell Road.   It was voted that the board cannot require a resident to put reflectors on their property.


The next meeting of the HOA board is schedule for 7:00pm on November 18th at the Sullivan’s Residence at 132 Crossing Ridge Trail.   As always, anyone wishing to provide comments and concerns is asked to join us for the first 30 minutes open-floor session of our meeting.


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