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Master Association June 16 Board Meeting Summary

On June 16, the Ken-Caryl Ranch Master Association Board held a regular meeting and discussed the following items:
• Victoria DeSair reported on Ranch House pool construction, facility openings in response to new COVID-19 guidelines and the Master Association Annual Audit, which is projected to be completed in July.
• Brian Yowell, the new Community Administrator, was introduced to the Board.
• Residents Lin Eshleman, J.P. Bordewick and Julie Imbler shared concerns about safety and security near Bradford Park due to increased activity after hours. The Board directed staff to allocate funds from the existing security budget to hire a new seasonal patroller and to research other options including permitted parking, fencing and security lighting.
• Resident Rilla Reinsma expressed concerns regarding tree removal and budget priorities with the soft-surface trail conversion project. The Open Space Committee recommended reallocating the project funds toward curb ramps on Valley Parkway. The Board directed staff to pause the soft-surface trail project and revisit both projects after addressing pool construction and seasonal security.
• A motion passed adopting the revised Trail Club Memorandum of Understanding.
• A motion passed authorizing the Board President to sign the First Amendment to the KCRMA/KCRMD Cooperative Agreement for the Ranch House Pool Replacement/Renovation.
• A motion passed authorizing staff to enter a contract with Standard Fence to replace approximately 975 feet of rail fencing along the west side of the Aspen Meadows neighborhood at a cost of $26,860. The reserve fund identifies $41,000 for this project. The fence is owned by the Master Association.
• Chris Schroeder reported that the Architectural Committee reviewed the proposed entrance sign for Aspen Meadows and voted to keep the commercial vehicle rule and above ground pool rule as is.
• Dave Seagraves reported that the Water Board is planning to replace the existing water line at the Ranch House. The Brannon Gearhart Park Taskforce is researching options for dredging the pond and removing or storing the sediment.

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