Architecture Committee Meeting Minutes May 4, 2022

 Architecture Committee Meeting Agenda

         Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Committee 5:30PM

Guest 6:00pm

   Unapproved Minutes

Called to Order by:   Bob Maudlin         5:15 PM

Members Present:  Bob Maudlin, Frank Goodrich, Alan Kohlhaas, Phil Heitz

Members Absent:   Tom Cross

POA Office Staff Present:  Gina Keller

Property Maintenance Compliance Officer Present:  Dan Tester

Board Liaison Present:  Dave Hafner

Community Manager Present:  No

Residents in Attendance:  Edward & Jane Weber, Nichole Halsey, Shaun Myers, Dave Staab (contractor representing the Gibson’s), Jason & Michelle Schneider, Cory Piche’ 

Guest:  

  1. Edward & Jane Weber, Lot # 423H/424, 1202 Woodland Circle. Install a 10’ X 16’ shed, Wheat Ridge Barns, wood stain, green trim, green metal roof to match the house. The Architecture Committee unanimously approved the issuing of a Permit to complete this project in the manner presented.
  1. Michael & Nichole Halsey, Lot # 24/328, 724 Hickory Road. Installing a Kentucky 3 board fence, 4’ in height, using treated wood, will paint brown once wood seasons. Unanimously approved by the Architecture Committee.
  1. Shaun & Kimberly Myers, Lot # 156H/157A, 19994 Lakeview Drive. Seeking a Permit to install a 3.5’ X 35’ limestone retaining wall. This project was unanimously approved by the Architecture Committee.
  1. Brian & Anna Gibson, Lot # 3322, 19478 Longview Drive. Dave Staab, contractor, presented plans for a log home. 900 sq. ft. first floor, 490 sq. ft. second level, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with a 538 sq. ft. deck, no garage. Exterior stain “Royal Hayden” (a light reddish brown), Doors, “Bordeaux”, windows and trim “Russet”, “Weathered wood” dimensional shingles. Both the Plot Plan and the architectural drawings received unanimous approval by the Architecture Committee.
  1. Diamond Plumbing LLC, Lot 828, 21058 Lakeview Drive, represented by Jason & Michelle Schneider. New home was approved on June 2, 2021, and Diamond Plumbing ran into issues and was not able to build.  They are now going to start building and are coming in for approval again since their original permit was ready to expire. The Application and all other essential information was complete and acceptable. The home will have 1486sq. ft. of living space and an unfinished basement with 8 ft. ceilings. Siding will be light grey vinyl with grey stone veneer, white trim, black roof, and a blue front door. There are no changes in the originally approved design or the Plot Plan. The Architecture Committee unanimously approved the reissuing of a Permit.
  1. Cory & Kinne Piche’, Lot # 1836, 19974 Ravenda Drive. Seeking a 20’ Variance request to add a 10’ X 16’ shed in back yard.  There is a short section of green space behind his property but the shed cannot be located in front of the green space without placing it too close to the side property line. After discussion and evaluation of the small back yard, the Architecture Committee will recommend the issuing of a 15 ft. variance allowing the shed to be placed 10’ from the back property line and maintain a 10’ offset from the side property line. Cory Piche’ was advised on how to proceed with redrawing the location of the shed on his Plot Plan and start the Variance Application process.
  1. From the April 6, 2022 Architecture Committee Meeting Minutes: Tyler & Phoebe Fike, Lot # 637/638, 1394 Sunset Drive. Requesting 10’ variance on front elevation to build a new home. After considering the layout and topography of the two contiguated lots, the Architecture Committee unanimously agreed to proceed with the application for a variance. A concerned neighbor requested further information regarding how the Variance may affect their own property. During this Meeting the Committee addressed all concerns expressed, and they were satisfied with the answers they received. 
  1. Kate & Michael Jacobsen, Lot 1674H, 1167 Montclair Court. Installing a new boatlift and a 25’ X 120” canopy, slate gray, contractor will be Thomas Docks & Lift. The application for a new boatlift and canopy was presented at an earlier meeting and approved, but put on hold until the application process and new Rules regarding canopies were finalized. Since those new Rules, procedures, and application forms are now official, the Architecture Committee unanimously approved the issuing of the requested Permit.
  1. Terry & Terri Preston, Lot # 2276H, 20532 Matterhorn Drive. Installing a 116” X 24’ canopy, manufactured by Lakeside, light gray, will be installed by homeowner. The application for a new boatlift and canopy was presented at an earlier meeting and approved, but put on hold until the application process and new Rules regarding canopies were finalized. Since those new Rules, procedures, and application forms are now official, the Architecture Committee unanimously approved the issuing of the requested Permit.
  1. Matt Euson, Lot # 459H, 20263 Longview Drive. Installing a 23’ X 120” canopy, manufactured by shoremaster Traditional Canopy, black. The application for a new boatlift and canopy was presented at an earlier meeting and approved, but put on hold until the application process and new Rules regarding canopies were finalized. Since those new Rules, procedures, and application forms are now official, the Architecture Committee unanimously approved the issuing of the requested Permit.
  1. John (Cody) Janszen, Lot # 2646H, 20354 Rosemeade Drive. Installing a 30’ X 10’ Shorestation Canopy, slate gray. The application for a new boatlift and canopy was presented at an earlier meeting and approved, but put on hold until the application process and new Rules regarding canopies were finalized. Since those new Rules, procedures, and application forms are now official, the Architecture Committee unanimously approved the issuing of the requested Permit.
  1. Tracy Rauen, Lot # 702/703A, 1099 Holly Hedge Lane. Resident requested a preliminary hearing about the Rules regarding the installation of fences on corner lots. Tracy Rauen wants to make sure she can get the fence in the location that would best suit her needs before going any further in the process. The Architecture Committee and the Property Maintenance Compliance Officer carefully explained how those Rules must be applied to obtain a Permit. The property owner was disappointed that the fence installation could not be completed in the manner desired and left the Meeting without further comment.

The following projects were AA approved and will be reviewed: 

  1. Sara Kenan, Lot # 2134, 20814 Alpine Drive. Replacing existing split rail fence using natural wood, no change in dimensions.
  1. Mike Anthony, Lot # 50H, 868 Beechwood Circle. 10’ X 22’ concrete patio for a hot tub.  
  1. Raymond & Patricia Baker, Lot 92H/93, 20160 Longview Drive. Removing existing deck and replacing with a 12’ X 17’ paver patio behind the house.  
  1. Karen Petrovic, Lot 2082/2083, 1578 Brabamhurst Drive. Painting exterior of the house from tan to pewter green and replacing railings using wood.  Colors approved by Architecture via email.  
  1. Doug & Denise Craven, Lot 2122H, 20797 Alpine Drive. Replacing roof shingles from gray to a slightly darker gray.  Colors on file.  

The following projects were approved by Architecture Committee without a meeting:  None

The following projects were approved after pins were located on property: None

The following projects were Board approved:  None

ApproveArchitecture Meeting Minutes for April 20, 2022.

Motion by:   Frank Goodrich       Seconded by:  Bob Maudlin

Old Business:  

Bob Maudlin, Dan Tester and Frank Goodrich plan to attend the Judicial Committee Meeting on Monday May 9, 2022 to be present for a hearing regarding an incident where a community resident verbally abused the Committee Members.

New Business:  

Our 50th Anniversary Task Force will be meeting very soon to begin work on our anniversary tie-ins for the summer.   Do you, or any of your group, have any ideas for activities that could both engage the community and  be tied into the anniversary?  Our task force members would like to hear about them and work with you to bring the ideas to fruition.  Don’t confine yourself to just summer ideas, though.  Feel free to think about events through all of 2022.  We plan to celebrate this milestone throughout the entire year.

Bob Maudlin is proposing an event for members of our Community. That event could be held in the parking lot in front of Willies. It will be an opportunity for contestants to display their skills in Chalk Art. Prizes may be given for the best Art created by individuals in various age groups. Further details will be developed as the plan is considered by the 50th Anniversary Task Force.

Minutes Taken by:  Phil Heitz

Motion to Adjourn:

Motion by:   Frank Goodrich      Seconded by: Alan Kohlhaas    8:05 PM

Submitted by:   Phil Heitz

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