Master Association Board April 16 Meeting Summary
On April 16, the Ken-Caryl Ranch Master Association held a regular meeting and discussed the following items:
- Resident Rilla Reinsma read an anonymous letter regarding transition and future plans for Ken-Caryl management.
- Resident Cathy Packard expressed concerns regarding the pool survey and feedback regarding seating and shade.
- Resident Linda Metzger discussed the Ken-Caryl Conservation Club’s willow stakes planting project for Earth Day. She requested a small sign at the planting area with a safety notice and listing the Conservation Club for project credit. The sign would be up for 60-90 days. A motion passed with a 3-1 vote to allow a sign identifying the Ken-Caryl Conservation Club at the willow stakes project site.
- Trail Club President Josh Holmberg presented the Trail Club Annual Report highlighting volunteer efforts and goals of the Trail Club.
- Open Space Manager Sean Warren presented three bids for engineering services to repair the hard-surface trail segment in Brannon Gearhart Park. There was also one bid for a design/build service. Sean recommended moving forward with engineering on the project. A motion passed to hire Enginuity Engineering Solutions for $13,955 for engineering services for the Brannon Gearhart trail segment.
- The Board does not support having a 2019 Equestrian Center Task Force. Staff will work on the footing plan for the Equestrian Center.
- Staff presented an opportunity for a purchase option from Crown Castle for an existing contract on a cell site adjacent to Court 7 at the Ranch House. The Board is not interested in the offer at this time.
- The Board discussed the Conduct of Meetings Policy and Meeting Guidelines. Victoria DeSair will rework the meeting guidelines and present to the board in the future. Kayla Kirkpatrick asked the board to consider a policy regarding anonymous letters from residents.
- Andy Lydens asked about a change in the e-bike policy, which was discussed at the last Open Space Committee meeting. The Board will discuss it at a future meeting. A change in the policy also needs to go through the Communications Protocol to properly notify residents.
- Board Member Dave Seagraves will be the liaison to the Water Board.
- Staff met with a representative from Waste Connections regarding a contract extension. Also looking at recycling alternatives and composting as well as size options for totes. Staff will report back to the Board at a future meeting.
- On May 17, the application request for the State Historical Society will be heard by the state board regarding historical designation for a barn at the Equestrian Center.
- The Board entered Executive Session to discuss a personnel matter.