Master Association Feb. 18 Board Meeting Summary
On Feb. 18, the Ken-Caryl Ranch Master Association Board held a regular meeting and discussed the following items:
- Resident Tim Erickson expressed concerns about drainage and ice build-up on Bridlegate Lane.
- Resident Cathy Packard requested information regarding Heirloom Park and expressed concerns about park construction, park maintenance, and dog waste receptacles.
- The Architectural Committee is reviewing commercial vehicle rules and will return to the MA Board at a later date with additional information.
- A motion passed appointing Mark Celusniak as a Volunteer Trail Coordinator.
- A motion passed authorizing the Executive Director to hire Singletrack Trails, Inc. to perform annual trail maintenance, with a maximum contracted value of $19,000.
- A motion passed adopting a write-off in the amount of $4,969.34 for equestrian account #37075.
- Erlinda Stafford shared updates regarding the Brannon Gearhart Park Task Force.
- Andy Lydens reported that the Open Space Committee heard a presentation from the Civil Air Patrol regarding potential drone training in the Open Space. The 2020 trail maintenance plan was presented by Volunteer Trail Coordinator Dan Mullins at the Open Space Committee meeting.
- Dave Seagraves reported that the Water Board has adopted a 4% increase in rates.
- Scotty Martin reported that the Metropolitan District Board discussed a request from Civil Air Patrol for drone training. They also discussed color options for the planned concrete trail construction along South Valley Road.
- Victoria DeSair reported on Ranch House pool construction including current progress, potential weather-related project delays, and a design cost overrun to be discussed at the March Joint Study Session. Victoria DeSair also reported on the Master Association Board election, covenant violations, and a 137% increase in Facebook engagement last month.
- The developer considering potential new land development east of C-470 has filed an extension for the due diligence period until Feb. 21.
- There are current openings at the Equestrian Center. Staff are developing plans to fill open vacancies and to address budget impacts from decreased boarding revenue.
- Victoria DeSair thanked Chris Figge and Erlinda Stafford for their years of service on the Master Association Board.