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April 24, 2017 at 2:07 pm #3541Rana GoodmanKeymaster
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
April 27, 2017 – 1:30 PM
Delaware Room, Anthem Center
- CALL TO ORDER
- PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Sandy Seddon General Manager
Jim Orlick Chief Financial Officer
Lori Martin Community Association Manager
Anneliese Gamboa Executive Coordinator
- APPROVAL OF AGENDA Bella Meese
- APPROVAL OF MINUTES Bella Meese
- March 23, 2017 Board Meeting
- MEMBER COMMENT PERIOD
SCA Members are now welcome to speak on any agenda item. If you choose, you may reserve your comments until that item
is reached on the agenda and the President or acting Meeting Chair asks for comments from the floor.
Cards are available before and during the meeting to assure your recognition on the item you wish to address. These cards
need to be completed and given to the Executive Coordinator in advance. In order for everyone who wishes to speak to have
an opportunity to do so, comments will be limited to two minutes.
When recognized by the president, approach the microphone and state your full name and your SCA address. Be brief and
concise. Comments are to be directed to the entire Board. The president may interrupt or terminate a member’s statement
if it is personal, abusive, obscene, irrelevant or exceeds the time limit.
- PRESIDENT’S REPORT Rex Weddle
- GENERAL MANAGER’S REPORT Sandy Seddon
- CMC Projects
- FINANCIAL REPORTS (Action May Be Taken) Jim Orlick
- Unaudited Financial Report
- Investment Report
- Collections Report
- Review of Write-Offs of Bad Debt
- 2018 Budget Calendar
- BOARD OF DIRECTORS COMMENT PERIOD All
- CONSENT CALENDAR (Action May Be Taken)
The Board of Directors may take action on all consent calendar items with one motion, accepting the
recommendations as stated on the agenda item. The consent calendar may include Committee reports, Service
Group reports and/or Ad-Hoc Work/Advisory Group reports that may not contain Board action items.
- Accept the monthly committee reports:
- Architectural Review
- Community Lifestyle
- Facilities and Landscape
- Community Patrol
- Community Neighborhood Watch Program
- Community Service Group
- Emergency Preparedness Service Group
- Guest Policy Task Force
- Sun City Anthem Television
- Pinnacle/Villa Advisory Group
- Volunteer Coordinator
- Website Development and Launch Work Group
- COMMITTEE AND SERVICE GROUP ACTION ITEMS (Action May Be Taken)
- Community Lifestyle Committee – Bella Meese
- Approve the revised Chartered Club Guidelines and Rules (CCG&Rs).
- Election Committee – Aletta Waterhouse
- Approve Kathy Jenner and Ralph Saccoliti as new members of the Election Committee
for a term beginning April 27, 2017 and ending May 31, 2019.
- Facilities and Landscape Committee – Carl Weinstein
- Approve the change of ending term for Paul Fogelson and Michael Sarkin ending
January 31, 2018.
- Approve the change of ending term for Dwight Luerssen ending December 31, 2017.
- Pinnacle Advisory Group – Tom Nissen
- Approve Tom Topolski for another term on the Pinnacle Advisory Group with a term
beginning May 1, 12017 and ending April 30, 2019.
- BOARD ACTION ITEMS (Action May Be Taken)
BAI #04-27-2017-01 Approve the bid from Action Plumbing for the repair of a 6-inch
pipe under the concrete adjacent to the outdoor pool at Anthem
center from Action Plumbing in the amount of $9,450.00 to be
paid from the Reserves.
BAI #04-27-2017-02 Approve the bid from Charger Construction for the installation of
new ceiling tiles in SCA TV/Channel 99 studio, hallway and their 4
offices from Charger Construction in the amount of $3,522.20 to
be paid from the Reserves.
BAI #04-27-2017-03 Approve the ratification of BAI # 02-23-2017-02(Independence
Center exercise and aerobic room sound system) for the
purchase of better amplifiers for the sound systems from Audio
Advantage in the amount of $1,955.63 to be paid from the
BAI #04-27-2017-04 Approve the ratification of BAI # 07-28-2016-01(Indoor Spa Re-
Plastering) for the additional repairs needed to the indoor spa at
Anthem Center from Action Plumbing and B&D Plastering in the
amount of $18,300.00 to be paid from the Reserves.
BAI #04-27-2017-05 Approve the purchase of a new volute (pump housing) for the Lazy
River Pump at Anthem Center’s outdoor pool from American Pool
Supply in the amount of $3,450.99 to be paid from the Reserves.
BAI #04-27-2017-06 Approve the repair and repainting of 52 monument signs for the
22 villages and the 7 monument signs for Anthem Center from
Design Builders in the amount of $12,075.39 to be paid from the
BAI #04-27-2017-07 Approve the refurbishment of the Community Patrol Building
from Design Builders and Stanley Security Solutions in the amount
of $8,350.55 to be paid from the Reserves.
BAI #04-27-2017-08 Approve the bid from Criterium-McWilliam Engineers to complete
a Special Limited Reserve Study for Wall and Fences in the amount
of $24,327.00 to be paid from operating.
- OLD BUSINESS (Action May Be Taken)
Note: Items listed under Old Business are carried over from previous Board Meetings.
- Update on workshop plans for restaurant space – Bob Burch
- NEW BUSINESS (Action May Be Taken)
- Approve the selection of a law firm to serve as the Association’s Outside Lead Counsel –
- MEMBER COMMENT PERIOD
Members are encouraged to comment on any Association issue. Please state your name and limit your comments
to two minutes. In accordance with the Resolution Establishing Parliamentary Procedures adopted by this Board in April 2012,
“Attacks on the character, veracity, integrity or intelligence of other individuals will not be permitted.”
April 24, 2017 at 6:36 pm #3543AnonymousInactive
- NEXT BOARD MEETING – May 25, 2017 – 1:30 PM, Delaware Room
I feel it is extremely important for every Chartered Club to be present for this BOD meeting. The BOD is about to pass some very detrimental rules proposed by the Lifestyle Committee that may, in fact, see the end of some Chartered Clubs by tying their hands with rules and regulations. Especially dangerous is the fact Anthem will now require a City of Henderson business license for us to bring in outside entertainment and speakers when, in fact, even the City of Henderson does not require a business license for such events. It is my personal feeling that Anthem Management is trying to put clubs, such as The Entertainment Club, out of business so that we do not compete with their cash cow of Anthem sponsored entertainment.
- CALL TO ORDER
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