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December 4, 2018 meeting minutes
Posted on Dec 11th, 2018

December 4, 2018 QHHOA Meeting Minutes

7:00 pm St. Thomas Lutheran Church

Meeting called to order 7:00 pm.

Old Business

Annexation-Quail Hollow was annexed in late August by the City of Omaha.

Tree trimming-The tree service did not get to us as planned late summer.  Resolution:  Trimming of trees on parkways that remain low hanging in the spring will be tagged by the HOA.  The Homeowner will be given time to trim the tree, if tree isn’t trimmed by the deadline (to be announced in the spring) the tree service will trim it and bill the Homeowner.


New Business

Treasurer’s report and adoption of the proposed 2019 budget.

Omaha Coalition of Citizen’s Patrol-Tom Pensadena visited to talk about Citizen’s Patrol within the City of Omaha.  We would need volunteers to make this a possibility.  Neighborhood watch currently struggles for volunteers on a minimal basis.  Resolution:  At this time volunteer levels would not be able to support an organized citizen patrol schedule.

Winter Party-The winter party is typically held in February.  Sempecks is out of business by Oakview Mall where we previously held the last two parties.  Resolution:  Josh Gulick was going to assist the board in price checking other venues.  Thanks Josh!

Activities Committee-Volunteers are still needed for neighborhood activities.  Josh Gulick volunteered to assist with the Winter Party.  After the winter party will be the Easter Egg Hunt.  Please contact the board if you are interested in assisting with any of these upcoming activities. 

Holiday Lighting Contest-Holiday Lighting voting is open until December 21, 2018.  Please send your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place choices to prior to December 21, 2018.  Prizes will be 1st place $50 2nd place $35 and 3rd place $15.  One vote for each place per residence.

Entrance Lighting-water damage to the electrical by the entrance monument caused a brief outage.  Problem is not rectified.

Bushes at round-a-bouts are creating vision obstructions.  Resolution:  Obtaining bids to tear out the bushes.

Other new business-Maintenance to common areas is now the responsibility of the City of Omaha.  Only time will tell if the City will actually do this or not.  To be continued….

Motion to adjourn carried.

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