Minutes from the October 9, 2017 POA Meeting

The meeting was called to order by the president Laura McKee. Board members present were Laura McKee, Lesha Betts, Beverly Maloy, Cordie Morgan, Mike Kleiss, Nicole Coughlin, and Chuck Styers. The sign in sheet was circulated to all POA members present.

Minutes: from the September POA meeting were approved as read by the secretary Beverly Maloy.

Treasurers Report: was approved as read by the treasurer Lesha Betts.

ACC Report: was given by Vicky Rainwater. Ten of the properties that required letters regarding violations have shown definite improvements. There are several RV’s being stored on properties in our community that have not yet requested variances. Coral Bucy will place information regarding forms to request variances on the IHE POA website.

Old Business: There was discussion regarding whether to keep the POA bank account with Texas Regional Bank or change to another bank. Lesha Betts will compare fees, charges, and benefits with other banks or credit unions. Some POA records from previous years cannot be located. Copies of all violation notice letters, variance requests, and other POA letters and documents will be maintained by the secretary in one location.

New Business: New POA board members Nicole Coughlin and Chuck Styers were welcomed. Street lights on Silver Wings, Apache Moon, and Hiawatha are not in proper functioning order. Laura McKee will report the matter to PEC. Cordie Morgan will attempt to reach the County Commissioner or the Texas State Attorney General to see how IHE can go about requesting bus stop signs, bus stop shelters, and possibly speed limit signs, and no thru traffic signs (except for emergency vehicles). Laura McKee stated that the state law allows any property owner to legally keep 6 or fewer fowl on their personal property. The next meeting of the IHE POA will be November 6, 2017 at 7pm in the pavilion.

There being no further business the motion was made and seconded to adjourn the meeting at 7:38pm.

Respectfully submitted, Beverly Maloy, secretary.