Huber Ridge Area

HRAA meeting minutes 07-08

Oct 19, 2008

July 10, 2008 Minutes

Call to order: By President Jim Welch at 6:40 PM

Introduction and Attendance: There were 17 residents present.

Since the meeting was running a little late, Jim asked if anyone had questions or concerns to discuss.
He welcomed Kevin and Marnita Kozinski from Arnett Court the only new visitors for the evening.

Carolyn Cordray (Welcome Committee Coordinator) reported seven home sales for May. Through June 20, there were three. She talked about plans for the upcoming Labor Day Parade. Possibly adding some field games this year for the kids. Suggestions can be made on the web site. She has again volunteered to coordinate the Halloween Party.

Eric Cordray, Treasurer, said the Association now shows a balance of $4943.66.

Pam Clegg (Block Watch Coordinator) would like to expand Block Watch to include zoning and health issues. She has one new Block Watch rep. Still need street reps. There has been no change in sex offenders. A big thank you to Marje and Esther for inserting the water company flyer in the Herald.
Because of increasing demands on her time, Pam would like a volunteer to change the signs in the kiosks. And, as always, extra people are needed to deliver the Herald.

Thank you to Stewart Flaherty who contributed a $100 gift certificate to Huber Ridge Blooms. Sharon Ricker was awarded first place. The third place winner (Christopher McCoy) returned his check to the Assocation, asking that it be used in the park. A motion was approved to use the money for plants in the park entrance.

Marge Obrist , Newsletter Editor, is pleased to announce that for the second time the cost of the newsletter was covered by ads. There were 15 advertisers. She reminded contributors that the fall issue will have an early deadline, August 21.

Tom Burke, Vice President, expects approximately 120 homes to participate in Saturday?’s community yard sale.

Jim Welch says the Trustees plan several street repair projects, including work on Buenos Aires, Paris Blvd. and Paris North. Expenditure will be $65,000 per year for the next five years. Also, John Giamarco asked for budget of $25,000 to update the playground equipment at Ridgewood Park. Chief Belford has been called up for active duty. Details on the website.
There were 2682 hits to the website in February, 2623 in March, 3328 in April, 3041 in May, 3431 in June and 793 so far in July.
OAW is pretty much dormant. Deadline is August 13 for letters and petitions. Please attend the Public Forum to be held at Faith Covenant Church.
Ed Chilcoat would like to invite everyone to the movies at Faith Covenant Church. Family oriented--Alvin and the Chipmunks for the younger set and National Treasurer III for the parents. Bring your own chair--popcorn is free!

August 7 will be the next regular meeting. Edward Leonard, Franklin County Treasurer , will be guest speaker. Thanks again to those who helped deliver the Herald. Thank you all for coming out tonight.

Meeting adjourned at 8:37 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
Jenny Carr

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