July Board Mtg Highlights
Board Fills Vacant Position
Chris Horne appointed to the Board of Directors
Chris Horne was appointed to fill the vacated term that ends in 2023. The board voted not to fill the other vacancy (a term ending in 4 months). Both residents asking to be considered for the position, Ola Kukoy and Chris Horne were given the opportunity to address the 19 residents in attendance at the meeting.
Association Updates Policies
Investment and Conduct of Meetings Policies Changed
Virtual meeting and online voting guidelines have been added to the Conduct of Meetings Policy. In our Investment Policy the list of eligible investments for our Reserve Funds has been expanded to include more income-based securities and a small percentage of equity-based investments. All policies will be available on the Westwind Resident Portal soon.
Committees Hard a Work This Summer
Nominating, Budget & Design Review Committees prepare for the Annual Meeting
Preparations for our Annual Meeting on November 11 have begun! Nominating and Budget Committees have scheduled their meetings to begin preparing a slate of officers and developing a 2022 Budget. The Design Review Committee is revising the Design Guidelines and has volunteered to Beta Test a new online Design Review application process to be introduced at the Annual Meeting.
Mark your calendars for November 11th for an in person Annual Meeting. The Board voted to continue with Online Voting to achieve quorum, elect officers, and vote on the budget.
2021 Colorado Legislation
Watch for changes to our rules & regulations covering these topics
HB21-1229 The Homeowners Association Transparency Bill addresses solar panels, artificial turf, fees charged by HOA’s when a unit is sold and establishes penalties for failure to provide requested documentation within 30days of the receipt of a valid written request. HB21-1310 Protections for Homeowners’ Freedom of Speech The bill prohibits an Association from enforcing rules which prohibit or regulate the display of flags or signs based on their subject matter, message, or content. An association may adopt reasonable content neutral rules regarding the number, location and size of flags and signs.