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March 2018 minutes
Posted on Mar 14th, 2018 Comments (0)

Quail Hollow HOA Meeting Minutes March 13, 2018 7:00pm St. Thomas Lutheran Church

Meeting called to order at 7:04 pm-all board members present (Benck, Boldt, Victor, Gentleman).

Motion carried to accept last meeting minutes.

Treasurer’s report:  177 homes have paid 2018 dues.  45 remain outstanding.  Dues should be paid by every residence by January of the calendar year invoiced.  A second round of invoices will be sent to outstanding balances.  After non-payment, those properties will accrued interest per the covenants.

Motion carried to accept treasurer’s report.

Old Business discussion:  Holiday lighting contest winners, holiday lighting for the entrance (everyone present was pleased with this year’s display), and volunteers needed for citizen patrol.

Volunteers needed for evening hours during Millard Spring Break.  Contact secretary@myquailhollow.com for more information. 

Homeowner suggested an announcement to all residents to be cautious with packages on porches citing recent current events in Texas with explosives in packages.  If you are not expecting a package and find anything suspicious on your property, do not pick it up and call 911.

New Business discussion:  Street sweeping contracted through the SID will occur the 1st or 2nd week in April. 

Reminder to keep trash cans out of sight from the street per the covenants.

Polling residents regarding interest in a spring cleanup, neighborhood dumpster rental, and neighborhood garage sale.

Taking ideas/volunteers for summer activity:  Residents expressed interest in a neighborhood baseball game at Black Elk park, Organized fireworks display, Werner Park outing, traditional block parties.

Winter party is scheduled at Sempeck’s on March 20th.  RSVP window has closed.

Egg Hunt is scheduled for March 31st at 1:00 p.m.  Fingers crossed for nice weather!

Aluminum can drive occurs the second Saturday of every month for pack 549.  Reminder signage will be at the entrance to the neighborhood.  Please place aluminum cans in a bag at the curb for the Boy Scout pack to pick up.  This is a fundraising activity for these boys and teaches them commitment and responsibility.  Please contribute if you can.  Next pickup will be April 14, 2018.  Please have the cans out at the curb by 9am.     

There will be an HOA board election on 6/12/18.  Please submit nominations for consideration to the current board. 

Homeowner requested removal of the bush in the northern roundabout on 165th St.  The bush was cited as a vision obstruction and cited as unsafe.  LaVerne will look into the removal of aforementioned bush. 

Homeowner expressed concern with a broken signpost to the entrance to the walking park.  SID has arranged to have it repaired. 

Motion to adjourn carried at 7:58 p.m. 

October 17, 2017 meeting minutes
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SID Meeting
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A meeting of the Board of Trustees of Sanitary Improvement District No. 437 of Douglas County, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 p.m.  July 13, 2017 at 2120 South 72nd St. Suite 1200, which meeting will be open to the public.
June 2017 meeting minutes
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HOA Meeting Minutes 6/13/17 1900 hours
St. Thomas Lutheran Church
Meeting called to order, board present:  Benck, Boldt, Victor, Gentleman
Motion to approve last meeting minutes, motion carried.
Motion to approved current treasurer’s report, motion carried.
204 out of 222 lots have paid this year’s dues.
Old business:
President Benck gave landscaping update-front median is to be planted in the coming weeks, roundabout maintenance is still handled by Royal Lawns.  SID is overseeing walking park areas.  In search of a new landscaping company, Royal has not been responsive to HOA board requests.  Any suggestions for a new company should be made to President Benck.
Street repairs were completed by the SID contractors as well as street sweeping.
New business:
Election results-flyers passed door to door for nominations for board members.  No nominations received.  Last call for any nominations for any board positions was made.  Unanimous vote of present membership to retain the current board was made.  Vote/motion carried and your board will continue to serve.
In order to avoid a dilapidated appearance, the visible fencing along Q Street will be maintained by the HOA.  Current condition does not require any repairs.  All other fencing, including fence repairs on the inside of Q Street facing south will be the homeowner’s responsibility, even if the fence existed prior to the homeowner taking possession.
Reminders from membership to trim trees along the sidewalks to prevent head injuries.
New Signage at the front entrance-new design will feature more durable materials with gold lettering and an image of a Quail. 
Upcoming Events:
4th of July parade-details TBA
August 1st neighborhood night out-details TBA (also looking for volunteers to organize)
2nd Saturday of Every month aluminum can drive (Boy Scouts)-leave your cans at the curb and they will pick them up.  Proceeds benefit Boy Scouts!
Motion to adjourn, motion carried. 
Meeting minutes
Posted on Feb 10th, 2017 Comments (0)
February 7, 2017 HOA Meeting Minutes
Board Members Present:  LaVerne Benck, Tom Victor, David Gentleman, Tori Boldt
Meeting called to order at 7:06 p.m.
Last meeting minutes accepted, no questions regarding any old agenda items.
Treasurer’s report accepted, approximately 1/3 of the lots have paid their 2017 dues.
Citizen’s patrol-There have been zero volunteers for holiday patrol.  Tori and LaVerne are patrolling when able, however this is obviously not enough.  We are looking for volunteers to patrol during Millard Spring Break and Prom nights.  Please contact Tori Boldt if you are interested to help, all schedules are very flexible-contact secretary@myquailhollow.com or “Victoria Elizabeth” on Facebook.
Reminder to stay vigilant with open garage doors and lock the door leading to the house from the garage whenever possible.
The app “Next Door” is very useful to follow crime trends in our area and surrounding neighborhoods.
Speeding complaints on 165th and 163rd Ave are on the rise and speeders continue to be a problem, especially toward late night hours.  Please try to obtain vehicle make/model or license plate number and pass it along to Tori Boldt or notify Douglas County Sheriff’s Office on your own.  One vehicle many residents are seeing is a grey/blue mustang.  If you know who this vehicle belongs to, please let us know. 
Upcoming winter party at Alley V on February 23rd.  RSVP time has closed for this event.  We are still in need for volunteers to come up with ideas for neighborhood activities.  Once again, if you would like to head up or be part of this committee, contact any board member.
Resident reminder to please trim your trees that border the sidewalks.  Keep the canopy high enough for an adult to walk comfortably under your trees.  It was proposed that the HOA may obtain bids for trimming problem trees, this topic was tabled for the next meeting.
Paper notifications for meetings will no longer be passed to the 60 remaining homes who are not represented either on the website or facebook.  Meetings will be advertised via vinyl signage posted at four areas in the neighborhood to ensure those who are not online will receive the same meeting information. 
SID 437 meeting updates-SID street repairs are likely to occur this spring to fix the streets one last time before we are likely to be annexed by the city in the near future.  Street sweeping will occur also in the spring.  SID 437 meetings are also open to the public.  Their next meeting is 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 16, 2017 at 2120 S. 72nd St, Suite 1200, Omaha, NE - meeting is open to the public.  NOTE:  an agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at the principal office of the Board at 2120 S. 72nd St, Suite 1200, Omaha, NE, and includes payment of bills of the District.
The next HOA meeting is May 9th at 7pm at St. Thomas Church 17007 Q Street.
There were no items brought to the attention of the Board during open season.
Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.    

~ Upcoming Events ~
QHHOA Egg Hunt!
Saturday, March 31st, 1:00 p.m at 163rd Ave and W St. walking trail
There will be an egg hunt for the neighborhood children on March 31, 2018 at 1:00 p.m.  We hope to see you there!

~ Dues Status and Open Convenant Issues ~
204 out of 222 lots have paid dues for this year.  Please make sure you are current on your dues.  For questions you may email treasurer@myquailhollow.com.

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