2018 WOPHA Annual Meeting Minutes
Sunday, Jan. 24, 2018 - Lilburn City Hall
Meeting called to order by Board President Emil Powella
quorum was present of 42 proxies and 24 households in attendant. 

Board Members Present:
Emil Powella - President
Duane Stanford - Vice President
Karen Tait - Treasurer
Blaise Wannemacher - Secretary

Board Members Absent:
Zach Priceman 

  • Meeting was called to order at 4:05 PM by Emil Powella
  • A thank you was given to all the board and volunteers that help Woods of Parkview HOA throughout the year
  • Financial Review was given by Karen Tait
  • Elections:
    • Two board positions were available:
      • Karen Tait - Secretary: filed in for board member who move from neighborhood - reelected 
      • Zach Priceman - two year term up for reelection - reelected 
  • Project Review/Forecast:
    • Blaise Wannemacher gave a 2017 project review:
      • Pool bathrooms 
      • Front of neighborhood landscape upgrade 
        • Thank you to Zach Priceman for help on both projects! 
    • 2018 plans: 
      • New fence around pool
      • Continual upgrades to common area, tennis courts, landscape throughout the neigborhood
  • Pool:
    • Duane Stanford gave recap of 2017 pool contract and overlook of 2018 - no amor changes
    • HOA will continue to use service of Positively Pools
  • Neighborhood Camera:
    • Continual discussion among neighborhood members to help with security in neighborhood
    • Plan is to have installed before summer of 2018
  • Annual membership:
    • Encouraged HOA members to invite friends and family to join
    • 2018 goal is 60 annual members 
  • Neighborhood Watch:
    • Officer Mike Johnson from Lilburn Police Department was on hand to give overview of crime in neighborhood and surrounding area
    • Praised neighborhood for upkeep, implementation of camera and continued emphasis on making Lilburn Police aware of issues
    • Lilburn Police Department always available to Lilburn residents
  • With no new business, meeting was adjourned at 5:10 PM

2016 WOPHA Annual Meeting minutes
Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, Lilburn City Hall
Meeting called to order by Noble Jones 
A quorum was present. 30 proxies. 20 households in attendance. 
Board Members Present: 
Noble Jones -- President 
Neal Barton – Treasurer 
Emil Powella -- Vice President 
Duane Stanford – Secretary 
  • Financial review presented by Neal Barton 
  • Elections: 
Two seats available: Barton sought re-election to one; Hayden declined to run again for the second. 
Three candidates declared -- 1) Neal Barton 2) Zach Priceman and 3) Blaise Wannemacher 
Candidates were each given the floor to introduce themselves and speak about their candidacy. 
Secret ballot election held: The top two vote getters — Barton and Priceman — were declared winners. 

  • Membership decided to continue to use colored wrist bands to regulate member access to Swim-Tennis facilities. 
  • Membership discussed security cameras. Agreed by unanimous consent to pursue further information. 
  • Membership agreed by unanimous consent to pursue playground upgrades. 
  • Membership agreed by unanimous consent to investigate implementation of a password-access membership directory. 

Noble Jones adjourned meeting.

 2014 WOPHA Annual Meeting minutes
Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014, Lilburn City Hall
Meeting called to order by Noble Jones at 4:05 pm

Noble introduced:
Neal Barton – Treasurer
Emil Powella – VP and mayor
Susan Hayden – Director
Duane Stanford – Secretary (absent)
Meeting purpose – present financial report and election of two board positions: Barton and Hayden
Financial review presented by Neal Barton – no questions
Capital expenditure report by Noble Jones
- Aging facility / having wear and tear / replace items as needed
- Tennis – replaced fencing and painted poles
- Pool house – installed ceiling inside building and new gutters
- Refurbished diving board / replaced mechanicals
- Parking lot – graded gravel area
- Landscape – significant enhancements, switched vendors
- Upcoming consideration: swim/tennis driveway concrete replacement and tennis court decking repair

Thanked volunteers:
- Konnie Torbahn – decorating front entrance
- Sandy Stogner – distribute info via email to neighbors
- Phil Segre – website
- Ted Lotz – directory
- Stu Litwer – tennis
- Becky Ballard – welcome committee
Social Committee position open – asked for volunteer. Have not had social functions such as Easter Egg hunt, etc. due to lack of volunteer. No volunteer at the meeting.
We have a viable budget. Need to stay ahead and be proactive.
Outside Membership – number is limited due to our bylaws as a non-profit corporation. Have to limit revenue from outside sources. Encourage new members – have $50 referral fee.
- 2 positions open – Neal Barton and Susan Hayden
- Asked if anyone like to run – no reply
- Motion to elect
- 2nd of motion
4:34 Noble Jones adjourned meeting.

2013 WOPHA Enhancement Projects
Nov. 5, 2013
Dear Woods of Parkview Members:

Your elected Board of Directors has completed a number of enhancement projects this year. Thank you to all who have contributed to this work and offered suggestions. The directors also thank each of you for your timely dues payments, which made these improvements possible. Highlights:

Landscaping -- Hired a new, professional company to maintain grounds. Spread roughly 400 bales of pine straw. Added various other ground cover to pool, tennis courts and front entrance that will be attractive and low-maintenance, reducing long term costs of pine straw.

Pool House -- Added a ceiling to finish the inside of the facility, enclosing the exposed rafters for a clean, sophisticated look. Replaced facia boards and gutters. Added gutter guards and vented soffits to the exterior. Repainted wood trim.

Tennis --  Replaced the court fence and repainted the fence posts and overhead lights for a quality look. Woods is one of the few swim-tennis communities in our area. Such facilities add value to our individual properties, as they are attractive to new families.

Diving Board -- Replaced the spring board and ladder after cracks were discovered. Professionally refinished the stand. Woods of Parkview is one of the few neighborhood pools that can boast having a midrise professional diving board. This board is now set for another 20 years or more of service.

Parking -- Laid and leveled new gravel for the parking lot, protecting against erosion and providing a neat look.

Social -- Reintroduced a pool party for adults to socialize and get to know other members better.

Future Projects under consideration: 
Replace Concrete at top of swim-tennis driveway.
Rehab tennis court viewing platforms.
Permanent landscaping and fence rehab at entrance.
Playground relocation.

Board of Directors
Woods of Parkview
Noble Jones -- President
Emil Powella -- Vice President
Neal Barton -- Treasurer
Susan Hayden -- Director
Duane Stanford -- Secretary
Jan 28, 2013, 9:06 AM
Jan 30, 2014, 2:57 PM