Board Meeting Notes August 2012 The Board of Directors met on Tuesday, August 21 at 7;00 PM in the Garden Room. The Finance committee report revealed that the budget vs. revenue and expenses are on target. Only 2% of our accounts are in collections. Under new rules passed by GVCA and in effect as of August… Read more »

Board Meeting Notes July 2012 The overall financial report (unaudited) at the end of the fiscal year (June 30, 2012) revealed that Greenwood Village ended the year in a positive position. Owners’ accounts that are in arrears were turned over to the lawyer for the collection process. The Board enacted a new rule that will result… Read more »

GVCA Annual Meeting Notes June 2012 PRESIDENT’S REPORT – Thomas Kemery  In FY 2012, major repairs and maintenance continued on the Clubhouse. As was found in the previous years repairs, the building’s windows were leaking causing damage to two major support beams. The beams were rebuilt and the windows sealed. Other maintenance included the following: staining… Read more »

Board Meeting Notes May 2012 New – GVCA Enforcement Procedure The new GVCA Enforcement Procedure, developed by the Board in concert with GVCA Counsel, Kaman & Cusimano, is a process of problem resolution for violations of the Declarations, Bylaws, or Rules (e.g. ACCES rules) by the owner, guests and/or, occupants (including tenants, if any), of any unit. The… Read more »

Board Meeting Notes March 2012 The February 2012 Financial Report GVCA is on target with some positive variances in revenue and expenses. The Finance Committee, chaired by Doug Powers, will be presenting a proposed FY 2013 budget at the April meeting. The 2013 budget will be discussed at the May GVCA Board meeting. Pool Committee… Read more »

Board Meeting Notes February 2012 The GVCA Board met on Tuesday Feb 20, 2012 and heard reports from committees. Of note is the continuing repairs to the structure of the Clubhouse and the renovation of one of the lower level restrooms to become handicap accessible. The manager continues to monitor the lake structure for leaks… Read more »