Because of water retention problems on Wildwood Court the Board of Directors decided to have the drain pipes Hydro Jetted. The cost will be $2,650. Upon camera inspection of the line (at no cost) it has been determined that 1200 feet of line needs to be cleared . Proposal is based upon 6 hours of service, cleaning sediment from 6 catch basins, and disposal fee.
The Board of Directors decided to have the address numbers on buildings replaced. The old ones are old, falling off or have disappeared.
The proposed signs will be custom fabricated 24”x 6” reflective white background with reflective black numbers for high contrast.
The cost will be about $4,000 to the homeowners association. Estimate includes fabrication, remove of any old (filling of associated holes), and installation of new.
You may have noticed the the fake rod iron fence the was on Wildwood east property line has been taken down. This was done for several reasons. First, it was old and falling apart. Second, the homeowners association has paid thousands of dollars over the years to have it repaired to no avail. Third, it was not stopping people from going though the fence to take short cuts. And forth, trees and bushes were growing through it.
After notifying the residents on Coffman Road that boarded our property and getting no feedback the fence was taken down and the trees and bushes were cut out.
The Board of Directors at our April meeting voted on spending $30,000+ to replace the fence with a vinyl 6 foot tall fence. It should require very little maintenance and should stop people from taking short cuts across properties.
The Board expects the project to be done by June.
If you park on Oakwood Trail AND park on the grass, you can expect a knock on the door by our Safety Officers Jeremy Madriz and/or Jason Norman.
It is not legal to park on the grass on a city street (which Oakwood Trail is) and the Board of Directors do not want cars parking on the grass on any common areas. It destroys and makes the landscaping look bad and costs association money to repair.
Please keep your cars on the street.
Please do not park in yellow zones.
The entrances to parking lots are narrow and this can block traffic parked in reserved spaces.
It can sometimes make it impossible for emergency vehicles to get to their destination. It can also be a safety hazard.
The city picks up trash on a regular basis at Wildwood. The city does not pick up ANYTHING outside the dumpsters.
The home owners association at Wildwood pays over $1,000 a month to have a contractor pick up trash in all common areas and around the dumpsters. If there are items that are to heavy/big to put in the dumpsters the contractor will haul them away BUT charges the association an extra charge for this. These extra charges usually range from $100 to $200 depending on the size of the haul.
It is the responsibility of the homeowner/tenant to have items hauled away that don’t fit in the dumpster. It is not the responsibility of the homeowners association.
If you are caught putting items outside the dumpster and the contractor has to haul them away, the homeowner/tenant will be charged for the service.
The Board of Directors at Wildwood work hard to keep our costs as low as possible. When we get unexpected costs for hauling away items it raises the costs for Wildwood and could have an effect on our monthly dues. It is unfortunate that all 156 homeowners at Wildwood will have to pay more because a few won’t dispose of their personal property properly.
There has been numerous accidents with parked cars on Oakwood Trail. The Association can not be responsible for any damage.
Wildwood was built so that there are two parking spaces for each unit. One is reserved for each unit and one is a first come first served space. (There is only one parking lot where this is not true.)
The Board of Directors does not tolerate cars parked in yellow zones. This can interfere with emergency vehicles. If you park in a yellow zone be prepared for a knock on your door by our Courtesy Officers.
Also…cars are not allowed to park on grass areas. This has ruined a lot of grassy areas and the Association has to pay to have these areas reseeded and repaired.
There were three homeowners that attended our meeting on February 21st at 6:30 PM in our Clubhouse. All Board members were present. Jeremy Madriz and Jason Norman, Wildwood’s Cutesy Officers were present for questions from the attendees.
Elizabeth James, one of the homeowners decided that she would like to join the Board of Directors. The Board approved her joining the Board.
2017 Projects and Accomplishments
The meeting was adjourned by 8:00 PM