Summary of the Minutes of the LMA Board of Directors Meeting
The first meeting of the new year was called to order by Larry Spelman, President,
and a quorum established.
Treasurer's Report - Dick Graham
The Association will end the year under budget.
Management Report - Jim Faix, Argus Property Management
After receiving a non-renewal notice from Nationwide Insurance, we are seeking bids from 5 agencies
for replacement policies. An ad hoc committee consisting of the President and Treasurer was established
to evaluate and approve the bids for the new policies prior to the next meeting.
Discussions were held regarding a homeowner's request to change the color of paint surrounding the lift
station along Landings Blvd. at the Treehouse Condominium. The President of the Treehouses sent a letter
objecting to the color change citing the current gray color matches their units. It was decided when
repainted to leave the current gray color.
Landscape Committee - Fred Stanyer
It was reported that the hedge alongside of the School District Property would be replaced.
Roads and Drainage Committee - Don Smally
The plans for the road project have been finalized and the project is going out to bid.
The Board should be able to review the bids at the next meeting
It was reported that the Landings Racquet Club has not yet completed its repairs to its
drainage system at the tennis courts.
Public Relations - Dee Ricapito
The Board voted to reinstate The Landings Eagle in accordance with the proposal submitted by Irwin Starr,
an editor who lives in the Landings and has indicated his willingness to produce The Eagle.
The President and Treasurer are requested to negotiate with the Racquet Club to seek its contribution in
producing The Eagle. The President and Treasurer are requested to negotiate with the Racquet Club to
seek its contribution in producing the Eagle. We target the end of February/beginning of March for the
first issue date.
Next Meeting - Scheduled for February 7, 2002